Cutwater C-302 Coupe — Bellingham Yachts

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Cutwater C-302 Coupe


Cutwater C-302 Coupe

LOA molded – 30′

LOA rigged – 37′

Beam – 10′ 0″

Draft – 29″

Weight, dry – 9,800 lbs

Fuel cap. – 300 gal

Water cap. – 80 gal

Holding cap. – 40 gal

Bridge clr. (mast dn) – 9′ 9″

Height on trailer – 13′ 2″

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The new Cutwater 302 Coupe (C-302 C) is an exciting take on our successful Cutwater 30 family cruiser. The Cutwater 302 Coupe takes the comfortable cruiser–friendly interior layout of our C-30 and adds the versatility and speed of twin counter-rotating 300 HP Yamaha outboards, which push its double-stepped hull effortlessly across the water. The new C-302 C hull also incorporates our patented Laminar Flow Interrupter technology for smooth, positive cornering.

The Cutwater 302 Coupe cockpit is perfect for fishing with its large square footage, 30 gallon live well, large fish boxes, rod holders, rocket launchers, and sink. Once you’ve caught dinner, food prep is a breeze with the Euro-style galley, which is ideal for buffet or refreshment service. The cockpit is easily converted for entertaining with plenty of seating and an electric Kenyon BBQ grill.

The New Cutwater 302 Coupe accommodates six on three separate berths, for exceptional privacy and comfort even on extended cruises. On the foredeck, two flush hatches open to reveal cushioned, secure observation seats, along with a central forward lounge. Add to this a long list of other features and the customer service that the Cutwater Brand has become known for, and you have a masterpiece of innovation that ensures unsurpassed enjoyment, year after year.

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