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2006 34í Yellowfin/ 2018 trip 350 verados

Old 03-29-2019, 09:35 AM
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Default 2006 34í Yellowfin/ 2018 trip 350 verados

2006 Yellowfin Open-entertaining the idea of selling my boat right before fishing season starts up. She's a turn key boat ready to fish. Its kept in Charleston, South Carolina on dry stack storage.

2019 upgrades
  • Triple 2018 Mercury 350hp Verados- Platinum Warranty until 5/21 with option of 5 year extended warranty (104 hrs)
  • Mercury Vessel View 903
  • New T-top Canvas New upholstery on seat cushions
  • New Bottom paint
  • 2 new Cranking batteries
  • 3 new Rev 4 23p props
  • 2 LED spreader lights
2018 upgrades
  • 18 Carbon Fiber Gemlux Outriggers
  • 12 Center rigger
  • JL audio sound system 6 speaker 2 sub
  • Fusion Bluetooth head unit
  • Trailer axles and brakes replaced
2017 upgrades
  • All new upholstery
  • New twin ES series 12 raymarine
  • Raymarine Radar
  • Llebroc leaning post captain chairs

Tanks have been replaced from factory fiberglass tanks to aluminum tanks.


This boat has been maintained with an open checkbook. Lots of other great options come with this boat!! If youd like to know anything else feel free to ask.


Selling to move into a bigger boat.

https://www.boattrader.com/listing/2...dard%20listing

259,999 OBO

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Old 03-29-2019, 10:06 AM
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Your most likely not going to get alot of interest without photos posted
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Old 03-29-2019, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Ncska21 View Post
Your most likely not going to get alot of interest without photos posted
Thank you Sensei. Working on it
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Old 03-29-2019, 10:17 AM
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Fuel capacity?
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Old 03-29-2019, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by kj16 View Post
Fuel capacity?
Around 290 usable gallons.

Its three 105 gallon tanks.
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Old 03-29-2019, 11:37 AM
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Old 03-29-2019, 11:38 AM
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More...awesome boat, as if someone didn’t know. Can’t wait to see what’s next!







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Originally Posted by bottomfeeder777 View Post
have the same boat. what kinda of numbers/speeds do you get with triple 350's?
thanks for uploading the pics Matt.

I have yet to run it wide open with the new props, but I was running 64mph with 6 people on board and 80% of fuel that was before I changed the center prop.

The boat is super fast but I like the Econ side of it most. I donít have the exact numbers on fuel burn yet but with the 350ís I am cruising between 45-48mph vs the 300ís where I was cruising at 40-42. Iím guessing right at 1.2-1.3 mpg with a fishing load.

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Weekly bump.... fish are starting to show up!
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All PM’s responded to!

Price drop....255k
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Old 04-23-2019, 01:49 AM
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Old 04-23-2019, 02:52 AM
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Nice rig, good luck with your sale.
where are you dry stacking? Everyone I spoke with said they didnít have forks that big.
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Originally Posted by Tjackson View Post
Nice rig, good luck with your sale.
where are you dry stacking? Everyone I spoke with said they didnít have forks that big.
i have been dry stacking at Ripley light marina. There are only a limited number of spots there on the bottom rack that can support a boat this size
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Took the boat to the ledge yesterday and everything ran great!

Bring all offers.
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Price reduced 250k
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Boat is running great and catching lots of fish. Bring all reasonable offers or trades
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Is that bottom paint or is it black gelcoat bottom? Thanks
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The bottom is black bottom paint. I keep it on a dry stack lift, but put bottom paint on it in case I travel to a tournament and leave the boat in a slip for a couple of days.

Just sanded and put a fresh coat on earlier this year.
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