The American flag snapped in the breeze at Ocean City, Maryland’s Sunset Marina in early September 2019 as I walked down the famed C dock on a crisp morning. I was looking forward to stepping aboard the new 62-foot Titan, Effie Mae. Built primarily for long-range comfort, and outfitted to fish the highly competitive mid-Atlantic tournament circuit, Hull No. 7 certainly met the mark and checked every one of the custom-boat boxes.

At first glance, the sizable teak-soled cockpit and elegant mezzanine seating is immediately noticeable, compliments of the boat’s 19-foot-2-inch beam. A beautifully crafted Release Marine Trillion Series fighting chair is the center of attention here, while just an impressive 92 percent roll reduction plus easy access to the gyrostabilizer.

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