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Old 10-04-2009, 06:24 AM
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SOLD!

2010 Yellowfin 36 Offshore Center Console
Triple Yamaha F250 Outboards
Loadmaster Triple Axle Trailer


White hull sides and bottom, white rub rail, white canvas, white bolsters
(All Yellowfin standard equipment included plus options listed below)

Specifications
Length 36’ 8’’
Beam 10’
Weight 9500
Draft 20’’

Manufacturer’s Standard Equipment
Gemlux flush Mount Cleats
SS Pop Up Bow Light
Under Gunwale
Courtesy Lights
Hydraulic Steering
Console Cushions
Rule Pumps
1100 GPH Baitwell Pump
1200 GPH Bilge Pumps
SS D-Rings
Gemlux 2’’ Gas Fills
4 Gunwale Rod Holders
High Performance Trim Tabs
Lighted Switch Panel
Tinned Copper Wiring
Deutsch Connectors
O-Ring Gutter System
Gemlux SS Thru-Hull Fittings
Gemlux Ball Valves
T-top with 4 Rod Holders
Saltwater Wash Down
50 Gallon Livewell Aft
9’ Rod Boxes
530 Qt Macerated Fish Box

Manufacturer’s Installed Options
• Recessed Foot Rest
• Coffin Box
• Taco Grand Slam 15’ Outriggers
• White Powder coat T-top
• LED Tube Light T-top
• T-Top Electronic Box
• Console Light
• Spreader Lights
• Transom Door
• Front Bolsters
• Front Shelf Covers
• 2 Freshwater Washdown
• 2 Saltwater Washdown
• Boarding Ladder
• Battery Charger (4 unit system)
• Mercury Power Steering
• Thru Hull Transducer 1 KW with Temp
• Maximum Fuel Capacity (+ 540 Gal)
• LED Trailer Lights
• Mag Wheels and oversized tires
• V-bunk & Center Boards
• Triple Disc Electric Brakes
• Twin Spindle Mounted Mag Spares

Raymarine electronics package
• Twin E120 Monitors
• Raystar 125 Antenna
• DSM 300 Digital Sounder Module
• Network Switch
• Twin Ray 218 VHF Radios
• Twin 8’ Comrod Digital Antennas
• SR100 Sirius Weather Receiver
• 4kw Digital Digital Raydome Radar (closed dome)

Additional Options Installed
• 14 Gemlux SS Rod Holders
• 1 Gemlux SS Cup Holder
• 2 Cigarette lighter power outlets (in dash)
• 4 Electric Downrigger —Electric Reel outlets
• Anchor Locker Hatch
• 5 Panel spray curtains with wings

Motor Warranties through October 2012
Motors have logged 1.3 Clock Hours (Installation/mounting time)
Boat has never been wet and is dry stored awaiting new owners christening launch.

$ 225,125.00

Boat is located in St. Marys, Georgia

Contact Terry Adkins
Blue Water Promotions, Inc.
Office 912-729-7216
Cell 912-258-3900
terry@bluewaterpromo.com

Blue Water Promotions, Inc. is not a boat dealer or broker. Blue Water Promotions, Inc. is not a representative of any products described above.



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Old 10-04-2009, 02:21 PM
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nice boat....why is it being sold?
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Never seen a transom "pocket door".

Nice rig
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I saw this boat at the factory, I love the all white!
Old 10-04-2009, 08:11 PM
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nice rig,does any body have a ball park price on a boat like this with trip 300 verados

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Old 10-05-2009, 03:29 AM
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Thanks for the compliments guys.

For pricing on a new 36 with V-rods please contact Wylie Nagler at Yellowfin in Sarasota.

As for why, because we will be promoting another package next tournament season.
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Capt Robert,

Thanks for the email and the PM.

Yep the face decal on the center engine is scarred. It arrived from Yellowfin that way.

I will have it replaced for the new owner.

Great eye for detail!
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bump, nice as always
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whats next Terry a 42 YF w/ quads
Old 10-08-2009, 08:52 AM
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To start with 42' is more boat than I need.

What ever I get it will be towed so Yellowfin's largest beast is not in the cards for me.
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what a beautiful boat! Sure would be hard to keep clean after a Tuna run. One question, I like the cooler up front, but is that another fishbox underneath it? Wouldnt it be hard to lift that if it was full of ice and fish? Again an outstanding machine.
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Terry,

Thanks for the info yesterday - most helpful!

Good luck with the sale.

Jason
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Originally Posted by rodstowing View Post
what a beautiful boat! Sure would be hard to keep clean after a Tuna run. One question, I like the cooler up front, but is that another fishbox underneath it? Wouldnt it be hard to lift that if it was full of ice and fish? Again an outstanding machine.
It has electric rams under the lid that can lift the box when full.
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Originally Posted by Brett1 View Post
It has electric rams under the lid that can lift the box when full.
Thats awesome.
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Perfect motors for the guy that is not a complete speed freak, but wants triples for the extra get up and to still come home on 2. The F250 is bullet proof.

Good Luck with the sale.
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I agree this is the best alround set-up for 36
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I would not hesitate to buy and run this boat. Solid performer from a guy that can be trusted.
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Seems odd it doesn't have fiberglass top.
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Originally Posted by Joe View Post
Seems odd it doesn't have fiberglass top.
Not odd at all. Hard tops are a $5500 option and are slightly slower than canvas. Many SKA guys prefer canvas for weight and speed reasons. I have had both and while I think the hard top looks better there is little difference in it's ability to protect you from the elements.
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The only odd thing is that I can't remember were I put my $225,125.00? hmm I know I had it around here somewhere.

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