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Brief Summary

The Everglades 320 EX seems to be at a very interesting nexus of boat-buying migration. We say "migration" because we are told that every owner comes from another boat, and usually another fishing boat. The 320 EX is expensive ($420,977) for her length, somewhat narrow (10’8”/3.25 m) -- yet despite all of that, anglers are leaving some of the biggest and most prestigious names in boat building to get into the Everglades 320 EX. What is going on here, and why does the 320 EX appeal to certain boaters from all over the waterfront?