jeudi 1 mai 2014

yellowfin boats reviews - Yellowfin 39,

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39 - footer yellowfin tuna is one of them

I like learning to run and examine new boats, especially when it is done correctly. When you come in what is built, it is an exciting thing, and the new 39 Yellowfin is a home run in many ways . Not everyone needs a center console 39 -storey rule , but if dreaming or not need, you owe it to yourself to see this boat . With a foot and a half longer than the popular yellow beam 36, the new hull 39 is based on the greater shell 42 feet , and the new model is a beast of a boat. I recently tried the owner of the company outside the yellowfin Wylie Nagler hometown of Sarasota , Florida, on a beautiful spring day with a west wind of 15 knots and rough seas .

The additional beam does so for the boat, as well as providing a more stable platform while running laterally or at rest, more than 39 may be outside the court without crowding or forcing the float. You can also get more storage , a large console, seat and much expanded sure what we all want - more fishing space .

I liked the height of the rail all around, especially in the bow area . In large ships of this nature, which are often too high for fishermen fish easily walk around the arc or jump on the bridge before throwing a hawk . The dimensions of the 39, all work well , making it a platform for safe and efficient fishing . The huts are spacious boarding and walk back to the pits for an easy network.

The rack 39 has a large anchor in the axle and the rails recessed around the front cabin. On the cover , there is a storage tank all the way forward, and under the coffin optional box, box -cavernous macerated fish a 530 - room or storage compartment in the center line feel ready to accept a heavy load. Outside of each side, there are two long storage compartments. Behind the console are two fish boxes or more external storage with access to large lazarette with seacocks , bilge and livewell pumps and fuel filters. These items are easily accessible.

Nursery 70 gallons bar will hold a tremendous amount of bait, and yellowfin offers optional leaning post with another nursery 80 gallons under the seat, our test boat had . The console is well designed with a large sign that easily holds two 19-inch screens . It offers great visibility and has all the controls and switches vessel within the head arm. The front seat has a huge glass isolated area and four vertical rod holders on each side.

The side of the port, a gateway to the console level with full finished compartment fine stand-up head with electric shower head. The magazine is complete with teak and holly floors and platelets step, a touch of class to fail. There are two hatches good access to the rear of the circuit board diagnostics and easy maintenance. Aleta Amarilla offers several options hardtop and tower for the 39 as well as several options leaning post.


In the performance department , the 39 is just great. Our test boat was rigged with quad 300 hp Mercury Verados , the leader in terms quickly and pushed a blistering 70.2 mph before I took - he was always on the rise. The boat stuck in the water as if on rails , it becomes easy and fast on the buttons of my shirt could not hold on. The aggressive helmet threw water down and away , to make a very dry ride .

The other thing that struck me was his incredible economy with four large outboard motors . At 4000 rpm , we were doing about 45 mph , came about 38 gallons per hour , which is 1.2 miles per gallon. This gave us a super comfortable ride just trotting - no waiting, easy to talk to - and it would give us a range of about 600 nautical miles. I could catch the Wilmington Canyon Beach Haven , New Jersey, for three days without fuel, or could run from Key West , Florida to Isla Mujeres , Mexico, and back to 4000 rpm. With the price of diesel , perhaps all the major sports - fishing become mothers .

The 39 is very stable laterally : With three of us on one side, veiled . It is controlled carefully , and I realized that even with all four engines running, the trail of bubbles are all gathered at the center line and was pretty clean . Deviated well and will make a great boat kite fishing with all the space and internal stability.

When you take a close look at the market, there are less than a handful of large shells of the scene in the 38 - to 40-foot class , and 39 - footer yellowfin tuna is one of them. I love the yellow building their ships; I really like the way they manage ; and I appreciate the thought, implementation and integration of common sense, useful features that make fishing a great day fishing and not a chore.

Yellowfin 39

LOA......39’8”   
Beam......11’6”   
Draft......22” (hull)   
Fuel......550 gals.
Max hp......1,400   
Base price......$318,960 with quad Mercury Verado 300s 

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