Hurricane Boats: #1 Outboard Powered Deck Boat in Florida!

It is not by coincidence that Hurricane boats are so popular in Florida’s waterways, covering over 76 percent of the market of Outboard Powered Deck Boats. You and your family will enjoy many hours out in the water onboard a any of the Hurricane models. At the top of the list of features that make Hurricane Boats so great is the versatility of the layout and design. Simply said, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy while onboard. Fishing, Wakeboarding, Sunset dinner cruises, just to name a few.

There are three exciting lines to choose from, SunDeck, SunDeck Sport and FunDeck. Each provides a little different experience and is available in many sizes. The SunDeck has the stability of a deck hull but has better offshore capabilities and comes in four sizes ranging from 20 to 27 feet. The SunDeck Sport line provides plenty of space for entertainment while remaining very affordable and being ideal for Florida’s intercostal.

In 2013, Hurricane introduced a new version of their ever-popular SunDeck 2200, giving customers the option to get a Dual Console layout instead of the bench seating offered before. The Dual Console comes equipped with two swiveling captain’s chairs with adjustable bolsters. The layout still has plenty of room for entertainment.

Also in 2013, Hurricane introduced a whole new model into the SunDeck Sport family named the 203 OB. It sports very sleek design lines, wood grain dash, color-matched upholstery accents and many options to choose from. It comes standard with a 49-gallon Fuel Tank, 25-quart Cooler, Fog Resistant Instrument Panel, Narrow Color Band, Sony Stereo with MP3 Input & 4 Speakers, and Windscreen to name a few.

Choose any Hurricane Boat with Yamaha outboard and enjoy unsurpassed reliability, fuel efficiency and low maintenance costs for many years to come.

To see our full inventory of Hurricane boats visit or our showroom in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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