|This Quest outboard center console has a fiberglass hull, is 21.58 feet long and 100 inches wide at the widest point. The boat weighs approximately 3150 pounds with an empty fuel tank and without any gear or passengers. |
Despite the fiberglass hull on this center console, we recommend that the boat be kept dry and covered in order to preserve the value of the boat. Proper care and regular maintenance can help your craft stay nice and increase resale value. We have included some outboard engine information since a boat isn't much good without a good, reliable source of power.
Information on this page is provided to you as a free service of iboats.com. Because this information has come from
many sources we can not guarantee its accuracy. Even if this information is the same as the original factory specs,
boats are sometimes modified. Thus, for safety and other reasons, it is a good idea to verify information here to
make sure it matches up with your boat. For additional information, we recommend the iboats forums and a boating safety course.
|This boat may have come with the following or other engines : |
(In the interest of safety, never exceed the
manufacturer's maximum horsepower rating for your boat.)
|Parts, Accessories & Upgrades to Consider:|
|Would these parts and accessories improve your boating and experience?|
If you are looking for a new console or stand, here are some to consider.
Liven up the fishing on your center console with a new fish finder.
Fishing vests of many types, sizes, and designs. All can help complement your style of fishing.
|Livewells and Aerator Pumps|
Is your livewell on it's last fin and not keeping the fish so fresh? Perhaps a new aerator pump would help.
|Quest Bimini Tops|
Did you know that you can order a custom bimini top for your Quest Boat? You can choose the color, fabric, length, height and whether you want aluminum or stainless steel hardware.
Does your boat have all of the rold holders you want, all in the right places? If not, here are some you may want to consider.
It isn't just the kitchen that needs to be organized well. A man's boat needs proper organization for some serious fishing! Tackle boxes, tool organizers, racks and other accessories have their purpose.