floor hatch

floor hatch

A hinged panel unit which provides access through a floor.
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There are plenty of fishing features, too, including a full-size lighted livewell, gunnel rod holders, freshwater sink and saltwater washdown, tackle drawers, insulated fiberglass transom fishbox that drains overboard, and lockable rod storage in the center floor hatch. Plus, there's an optional hardtop for additional rod holders and outriggers.
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It even has a floor hatch with hoist to easily move product up into the second-floor pilot plant.