This Hewescraft Ocean Pro is seen here in a stunning white half paint! She comes fully equipped with a Honda or Yamaha 250HP 4-stroke engine, an anchor guard treadplate, a diamond treadplate rear deck, front medium suspension seats with armrests, rear 42" sleeper seats, a cutout for a porta-potti, Seastar hydraulic steering, stern rails with downrigger brackets, a boarding ladder, a wash down system, a second steering station, a fish deck flood light, side cabin rod holders, a variable deadrise hull, electric trim tabs, dual batteries with a switch, an insulated transom fish box, an in-floor fish box with a macerator pump, recoverable flotation, and extruded reverse chine on an EZ Loader trailer with disc brakes!
For years, the Ocean Pro has set the Pacific Northwest standard for anglers seeking the toughest, most-capable mid-sized fishing boat. So, naturally, competing brands have long pursued this boat’s safety, roominess, affordability, and fishability. With the Ocean Pro’s 2020 upgrades, they’re going to have to keep chasing. Its longer fishing deck, new 100-gallon fuel tank, roomier driving area, and enhanced performance combine to keep the Ocean Pro miles ahead of competing models.
The Ocean Pro’s 2020 design upgrades have made an excellent boat even better. As with previous editions, the new Ocean Pro is listed at 24 feet in length. However, with the addition of five inches of overall hull length, a forward-justified console, and shortened open bow, the Ocean Pro now boasts seven more inches of space in the fishing cockpit. The enclosed cabin is as roomy as ever, and the improved driving position gives you more leg room. Added under-bow storage, a raised gunwale rail to keep water out of the cockpit, and an easy-drain deck will make your fishing and boat-owning experience better than you ever thought it could be.