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2013 39 Yellowfin for sale (price reduced)

Old 10-03-2017, 07:08 AM
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Default 2013 39 Yellowfin SOLD SOLD

39 YellowFin 2013 with 3-300 Yamaha's with 610 hours on motors. Has 15 months left on warranties.

All Simrad electronic, 2 NSS12 GPS 6kw 4 ft open-ray radar, simrad autopilot. I COM VHF radio, sound system with amps and 10 speakers. Isinglass full wrap around windshield, Bly Riggers with 20' carbon fiber outriggers, fresh and saltwater wash downs, dual scuba racks, coffin box, removable buggie top spotting tower, marine head with holding tank, AmeraTrail trailer and more...very few options were spared on this boat.

Boat is in excellent condition, was featured in the Miami Boat Show in 2013. All service was done on time and the motors were flushed and boat cleaned each time we used it. Boat has been kept under a roof when not in use. Have used only marine fuel, no ethanol. This boat is one you should look at. Real life performance numbers, 4500 rpm, 46 mph at 1.1 miles per gallon. SOLD SOLD SOLD
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Old 10-03-2017, 10:11 AM
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Nice ride, glws.

Curious, what's that pipework in the front rod holders hanging off the bow in the overhead shot?
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Old 10-03-2017, 11:54 AM
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Custom made rack for LED driving lights. We run the intracoastal from the dock to the inlet before sun up and it's a very dark section with no docks or houses and lots of turns. The lights in combo with radar/GPS makes it easy.
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Old 10-03-2017, 10:42 PM
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I try not to BS in the sale section but being it was listed today - That thing is BAD A$$. I usually don't look at a picture anymore and just say " Dam ". First picture says it all. GLWS - I can't afford it.
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Old 10-04-2017, 07:13 AM
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Ttt- drool......
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Old 10-04-2017, 08:25 AM
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Ive been on White Boy. Very clean and well cared for. If you're in the market for a 39 shes def a winner.
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Old 10-04-2017, 12:05 PM
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Beautiful boat. I have to say--that 39' boat seems to be the sweet spot IMO. Doesn't matter the brand, that's the perfect size. YF, CV, Contender, Seahunter--all the 39s are just really nice.
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Old 10-05-2017, 01:46 PM
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Mako is correct. We've moved up the YF line over the years starting in a 31 then to a 36 and now the 39. I will admit that both my dad (John White i.e. Owner) and I ( the capt) were very nervous about moving up to such a large beam seeing how we trailer our boats often. The 39 is listed at 11'6" but the tape measure tells the truth of 11'10" at the bow flair. I'm happy to say the difference in pulling the 39 and 36 was minimal. You have to pick and choose what gas station you can use but that's about it. The amount of fishing room we gained in the stern is amazing!!! It feels more like a sport fish than a center consol. Plus the motors sit much lower than on smaller boats which makes is easier to keep lines clear of the props. The 39 is by far my favorite YF. Like Mako said the 39 class really is the new sweet spot. Still have the CC speed and ability to trailer and get sport fish like ride and fishing room...well a small sport fish. One more thing to mention about this boat, it will plane on 2 motors and run just over 40mph. Don't even have to put the tabs down. I've never had to because of a break down but have tested it several times just to see if it would.
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seth whats next???
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Originally Posted by Oh Reely! View Post
seth whats next???

Another 39 has been ordered.
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Old 10-22-2017, 09:36 PM
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Yawn .... another 39.......

We need details!!!!!
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I thought I bumped this boat last week when I came back to drool a little . That first picture kinda sums up the " Happy Place " I go to when in the dental chair .
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Originally Posted by gashogg View Post
Mako is correct. We've moved up the YF line over the years starting in a 31 then to a 36 and now the 39. I will admit that both my dad (John White i.e. Owner) and I ( the capt) were very nervous about moving up to such a large beam seeing how we trailer our boats often. The 39 is listed at 11'6" but the tape measure tells the truth of 11'10" at the bow flair. I'm happy to say the difference in pulling the 39 and 36 was minimal. You have to pick and choose what gas station you can use but that's about it. The amount of fishing room we gained in the stern is amazing!!! It feels more like a sport fish than a center consol. Plus the motors sit much lower than on smaller boats which makes is easier to keep lines clear of the props. The 39 is by far my favorite YF. Like Mako said the 39 class really is the new sweet spot. Still have the CC speed and ability to trailer and get sport fish like ride and fishing room...well a small sport fish. One more thing to mention about this boat, it will plane on 2 motors and run just over 40mph. Don't even have to put the tabs down. I've never had to because of a break down but have tested it several times just to see if it would.
Being under 12' would make a big difference for me. My boat is listed at 12', but like yours it tapes out wider than that--close to 12-6 to the rubrails. It makes things alittle trickier on the trailer ans well as finding storage. Once in the water, the wider the better! Again, I think yours is the perfect size. Also don't see many with trip 300s, which I'd prefer over quads or 350 Yams. GLWS.
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Great boat
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