When you move up to G3, you immediately get all of the benefits of buying quality equipment; a fully painted hull with custom graphics; a wide, stable design that enhances performance and the long term satisfaction that comes from owning the best. Make G3 and Yamaha your fishing partners today, and enjoy your time on the water for years to come.
New, enclosed rod box holds up to
7' 6" rods and is lockable to secure
your favorite gear. G3 offers
larger storage and more secure
storage than many competitors.
Easy access stern storage area includes extra-large deck box and small item storage under flip up seating.
G3 features quality components; Faria® gauges, Yamaha controls, cables and key switch and Garmin® electronics are just a few examples of how G3 boat builders provide you more confidence and success on the water.
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Eagle 166 Standard Package:
All-welded, two-piece, .100 gauge wide-body hull ♦ Painted urethane high-gloss color with custom graphics ♦ Precision fit, powder-coated 3” tubular steel with locking detachable tongue, space saving and security ♦ 13” radial tires, tongue jack and wind guides ♦ Minn Kota® 45 Edge™, 12-volt, 45" shaft trolling motor ♦ Garmin® echo™ 101 fishfinder.
Dry Hull Weight:
Max Weight Cap:
Number Of Persons:
6.6 G. port.
10"x29" 19 G.
* Deduct 20" from Package Length with Trail Guard tongue removed.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the
information contained herein, specifications and measurements are
approximations and subject to variances. G3 Boats does not guarantee
such accuracy and can't be held liable for any errors or any reliance
upon this information. Optional equipment shown in some photographs.
Boat smart from the start, take a boating safety course and get a
free vessel safety check annually for your boat. For more information,
contact United States Coast Guard at www.uscgboating.org or United
States Power Squadrons, 888-for-usps. Follow all instructional materials
and local and federal laws. Remember to always observe all applicable
boating laws. Never drink and drive. Dress properly with a USCG approved
personal flotation device and protective gear. Always use your stop
switch lanyard. Operate within your capabilities, allowing extra time
and distance for maneuvering. Always operate in a responsible manner,
respecting the environment and others around you.