AMERICAN FISHERMAN Built by fishermen for fishermen
"Of the three Express currently in the range, the EW 265 is the one that occupies the central position with its eight meters and thirty lengths out of it all.
Pair a fishing blanket with interiors dedicated to cruising, in a very interesting mix.
Try it in the water
Born in the ocean, the hull also casually tackles challenging waves, which we do in the wake of a ferry.
The EdgeWater 265 EX, remains well rested with a regular structure on the water and, above all,
is not affected by any particular backlash on board.
It specifies the setting of the route, easy to manage also thanks to the softness of the steering wheel;
excellent visibility in all directions,
this allows a constant control of what is happening around pwer maximum safety of navigation and maneuvering.
But it is the turn that surprises us, for an unusual ease even when gps indicates a speed of 39 knots.
The boat rests on the internal sliding plane the turn and closes precisely, without alambardare,
after which it repositions itself just as casually for straight navigation.
The roll is definitely minimal from stops, while during navigation it is practically imperceptible.
The minimum speed, in the case of live trolling, is 1.8 knots without the aid of trolling valves,
while the gliding trim is lost around 15 knots."