The Center Console is the heart of a Jones Brothers boat. It contains the controls, gauges, most of the electronic accessories, and is the termination point for all cables and wiring harnesses.
All of the Jones Brothers consoles are made with 100% composite materials, and all of the boats except the Bateau 17 use the Super Fish console. The Bateau 17 uses a small sport console.
For boats that have not been configured for a T-Top, the Super Fish console has a grab rail that provides the driver and passengers easy access to a strong stable handhold. An insulated Console Cooler can be installed under the front seat on the Super Fish console. The cooler is an option on most models, but is standard on the Cape Fisherman 1910LT.
The Super Fish console has a front surface panel designed for flush-mount electronics. There is also plenty of room on top of the console to bracket mount components as well. Customers that choose not to surface mount electronics often add the optional Upper Storage Box, and many mount electronics inside for weather protection. Another option is to surface mount electronics on the left side of the panel, and add the smaller Dash Storage Box on the right.
All Jones Brothers consoles use a booted waterproof switch panel backed by a composite and stainless fuse block that uses standard automotive mini-fuses. The boats also use labeled wiring harnesses that are made specifically for each model.
Batteries and Wiring – One or more batteries are located inside the console for convenience, weight distribution and weather protection. Placing the batteries in the console also improves wiring access for accessories – no long wire runs to the transom are required for rigging. This also places the batteries near the fuse terminal block and switches, and provides easy access when out on the water.
While not technically part of the console, Jones Brothers uses a special battery terminal block which is located under the rear starboard jump seat. By using the terminal block and a special battery harness, the batteries can be placed inside the console and still use the original Yamaha engine harness.
The small Super Fish console is used by the Bateau 20 and Cape Fisherman 18 and 1910 LT models.
|Depth with Seat||53”|
|Height with Windshield||59″|
The standard-size Super Fish console is used by the Bateau 23, and the Cape Fisherman 20 and 23 models.
|Depth with Seat||57”|
|Height with Windshield||57.5″|
The large Super Fish console is used by the Bateau 25 and Cape Fisherman 26 models. The console has enough interior space for a small porta-potti. On a Cape Fisherman 26, the console also has room to accommodate the Double Dual Batteries used by twin engine configurations.
|Depth with Seat||63”|
|Height with Windshield||63″|
The small Bateau console is used by the Bateau 17.
|Depth with Seat||21”|
|Height with Windshield||47″|
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