Fountain 38SCX Center Consoles To Anchor Miami Boat Show Presence

Unveiled less than three months ago at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the restyled Fountain Powerboats 38SCX center console will take center stage for the Washington, N.C., company at the upcoming Miami International Boat Show. Visitors to the February 15-19 event will be able to catch the outboard-engine-powered 38-footer either in Fountain’s Miami Convention Center or at the Mercury Racing docks at the Venetian Marina and Yacht Club across Biscayne Bay, where it will be available for demo rides.

Fountain will have two differently dressed versions of the 38SCX center console next month in Miami. Photos by Mark Spencer courtesy of Fountain Powerboats.

Fountain also will showcase a 32NX center console at the Mercury Racing docks and it, too, will be available for demos. Introduced at the 2022 Miami event, the 32-footer can accommodate up to twin 450-hp outboards from the Fond du Lac, Wis., high-performance marine engine and accessories company and is offered with Sport and Fish interiors, as well as an array of custom graphics.

Alongside the 38SCX model in the convention center, Fountain will exhibit another 32NX offering and an angling-specific  34TE—Tournament Edition—center console. According to a company representative, the 34-footer is “renowned for its big-water performance, top end and range.”




Fountain will showcase three of its most popular center consoles—the 38SCX, 32NX and 34TE—next month at the Miami International Boat Show.

In addition to its own factory representatives, Fountain will have dealer support in its convention center exhibit and in-water display including Jeremy Anderson and Ed Champion of Big Thunder Marine, a leading Fountain dealer at the Lake of the Ozarks in Central Missouri.

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