Florida Sportsman Best Boat Sundance B20 CCR

Boat ownership is a large step to take in life. It’s expensive, you have to think about storage and all the extra costs of a boat. But you’ve got to start somewhere. This boat is the perfect starter boat, without looking or riding like one.

Its well-priced, low-maintenance and can carry up to eight people. Learn more about what the Best Boat experts had to say about Sundance boats B20 CCR below.

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Stats:

  • Length: 19′ 10″
  • Beam 7′ 10″
  • Max HP: 130
  • Draft: 6″
  • Dry Weight: 1,525 lbs
  • Fuel Capacity: 24 Gallons

When the best boat experts George Labonte and Rick Ryals took this boat out on it’s single 90 HP Yamaha, they were more than impressed with its fuel efficiency. After being out on the boat two days, they still didn’t need gas. They recommend this boat to the savvy angler wanting to save on gas and extra costs.

With an eight-person capacity, this boat is great for families. It’s fully lined, but not with details and frills that make it high-maintenance to clean. Messy kids? No problem! Just hose this boat down at the marina when you’re done. Then pop off the windshield so it doesn’t get bug-splattered on the Florida roadways.

That’s not to say that this boat doesn’t or can’t look good. It’s a beautiful boat! It’s just designed with life in mind.

Fishing feature-wise, it’s pretty good for its size. The room on board is all used efficiently, but it’s not stuffed with features. That said, it still has enough fishing features for a day’s worth of fishing. The boat has two separate livewells and an insulated cooler in the console driver’s seat.

The back seats are removable to reveal a small but usable back casting deck. Those are the features we loved, but you don’t have to take our word for it. See the official FL Sportsman best boat review in the video below!

Want more information or a quote on new Sundance Boats B20 model? Fill out the form and our team will get back to you shortly.

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