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FISHLESS almost complete (39 sea Vee z build pics) finished

Old 08-24-2017, 05:27 PM
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Default FISHLESS almost complete (39 sea Vee z build pics) finished

were back!

With 1200 hours and many amazing memories and tournament success the original 39z fishess was sold and it is time to build another one. Sea Vee boats build the perfect rig for our use and this one will be even more fine tuned than the last. It will be the most fully equipped fishes to date. enjoy the build, the set up looks like the following.

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Make: Sea Vee
Model:39 Z
color: Light Blue
power: quad 350 mercury verado (white)
Electronics: Fully Simrad equipped! dual 24" monitors at the helm, halo radar, chirp transducer, 3d structure scan, autopilot, Flir Night vision
Stereo: JL Audio...(10) 8.8 (8) 7.7 (2) 10
Lighting: Rigid Industry LED Light bar on roof, 9 Aqualuma Underwater lights (white) 3 on transom pointing back. two on transom pointing down, two mid ship and two in bow (wraparound effect)
Tower: Full 4ft Gap Tower, light blue underside of tops, Matt blue buggy top
Fishing: teak rocket launcher, 18 console mounted rod holders, 32 deck mounted rod holders, Marsh Tacky carbon 24' pro internal riggers, 5 electric reel outlets, custom tackle station with slide out drawer for kite storage, Coffin box with hydraulic piston, 6 pump pump box
Seating: 3 custom captain chairs mounted on top of a custom modified sea Vee leaning post with drop in freezer and full tackle station.
looks:Sea dek teak floor, air teak painted transom, custom teak help pod, beige cushions.

If you couldn't tell, the theme for the boat is "All Teak Everything". Going to bring the big boat feel to the CC world. Enjoy
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Old 08-24-2017, 05:28 PM
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Change of plans for chairs. Working on new design
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Old 08-24-2017, 05:31 PM
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Sub'd This has the potential to look REALLY cool!
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Old 08-24-2017, 05:32 PM
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Welcome back man!! Stoked to follow this build on here and on the Gram
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Also took delivery of a 27z Which has been amazing and the 39 will match it color wise. Just need to teak out the bay boat now
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Superb!!!
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Nice! You going real teak or faux teak? A lot of the stuff they paint now is pretty incredible and easier to maintain.
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Looks awesome. Love the 39
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Originally Posted by Leeroyjenkins View Post
Nice! You going real teak or faux teak? A lot of the stuff they paint now is pretty incredible and easier to maintain.
the transom will be faux the rest will be real
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Looking good Erik.
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Let me know if you sell the Hewes!

Hope you and the family are doing well.

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is Monique airbrushing the transom?
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Let me know if you sell the Hewes!

Hope you and the family are doing well.

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Sold it about a month ago. It is on the west coast now...thank you hope your doing good too!
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can't wait to see this thing!!
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finally a big boat build thread
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Old 08-24-2017, 07:59 PM
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Looking forward to this build. It'll be a known rig for sure!!!
Couple questions:
1--will the sound be well rounded with only 2-10's? I know the 8.8's hold their own but just being curious.

2--I've always questioned the under water lights on the side of a hull. Any issues taking on water where it seals? I've seen a couple Freeman's and sea vees put them ahead of the steps.

3--who will build the tower?
Baush American or Pipe welders, etc.

Thanks.
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Subd. Gonna be a beautiful boat
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Yep! Id like to see this one through!
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