Along with the newly redesigned 2018 Deep Impact Boats 399 Cabin, the Miami-based performance center console builder is planning to showcase a 360 Cabin model as well as a sensational custom-painted 399 Open at next week’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (Nov. 1-5).
Deep Impact’s new 399 Cabin is going to be on display next week at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Equipped with a large forward cuddy that can sleep up to four, Deep Impact’s new 399 Cabin center console combines several features of the company’s 399 Open plus more cabin space and a separate enclosed head/shower. With a large cockpit, plenty of seating and outstanding performance, the 399 Cabin, which boats a stellar silver, black and green graphics package, appears to be a terrific offering.
Still, the company’s latest 399 Open—featuring a customer-commissioned powerboat themed paint scheme designed and painted by the one-and-only Dean Loucks of The Art of Design in Elkhart, Ind.—is likely to be the ultimate head-turner of the bunch as it has as much “go” as it has “show.” For more on the 39-footer, which is powered by quad Mercury Racing Verado 400R engines, look for an in-depth story on speedonthewater.com on Wednesday.
The Postill family’s colorful 39-foot center console is going to be part of Deep Impact’s display in Fort Lauderdale.
This year, Deep Impact is shifting all of its effort indoors by bringing all of its boats inside the convention center in space 2016.
“With the growth in popularity of the larger center consoles at the convention center, we felt it would be best to concentrate our efforts in one location rather than two,” said Terry Sobo, who heads up Deep Impact’s sales and marketing team. “In addition, the boats showcase better and there’s no risk of downtime in the event of inclement weather.”