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Old 02-14-2013, 06:06 PM
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Looking good as always. 32, 36, 39, & 42 (anyone know what color blue they used? ), & Bayboats.

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Old 02-14-2013, 06:13 PM
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24 bay looks like "ice blue" .
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still like that seafoam
Old 02-15-2013, 05:50 AM
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The bay boat looks like Ice blue. The green looks like seafoam. I had aquamist that was a lighter green.
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Sorry - I meant the 42 (not pictured) it's a nice blue. I'll try for a few more pics today.
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Originally Posted by SJYS PP View Post
Kite, look on the Alexseal website at their color charts. Yellowfin uses Alexseal gelcoat. You should be able to locate the color your looking for on the site.....
Alexseal is paint last I heard they use Cooks Armorcoat Gel. They may be using an Alexseal color chart to show you color options though.
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Originally Posted by Biloxi Regulator View Post
Alexseal is paint last I heard they use Cooks Armorcoat Gel. They may be using an Alexseal color chart to show you color options though.
Agreed, don't know what I was thinking, my mind has been in overdrive. Thanks for pointing that out..
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Is this all the pictures you took?
Old 02-20-2013, 08:45 PM
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I don't know what YF was thinking when they built the YF42. There is no cockpit space. I'm 6' 210#'s, I am at the helm. Backside is against the leaning post/bolster and the steering wheel is pressed against my lower stomach(inches above the family jewels) I couldn't imagine running that boat in 3-5' seas. You wouldn't be having any kids after that trip. Not bashing just a very obvious issue. 42' of hull, but yet a very tight cockpit.
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Originally Posted by TeamBalla View Post
I don't know what YF was thinking when they built the YF42. There is no cockpit space. I'm 6' 210#'s, I am at the helm. Backside is against the leaning post/bolster and the steering wheel is pressed against my lower stomach(inches above the family jewels) I couldn't imagine running that boat in 3-5' seas. You wouldn't be having any kids after that trip. Not bashing just a very obvious issue. 42' of hull, but yet a very tight cockpit.
interesting. i did not see the boat so perhaps it's different than mine, but was the helm tilted? i am 6'3" 220 and i just tilt the wheel up like a school bus.

you can see exactly how much room i have at the 30-35 second mark in this video:

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i have actually had 5 people in that space. 4 thin girls sitting across the leaning post bench comfortably, me driving and another girl standing next to me. that was a good day.


i agree though, for a 42 ft boat, the cockpit is not large (i dont think any of the YF's have big cockpits) but we manage. every boat is a compromise.


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here's a pic. i have it all the way up, but i don't have to. i just like it like that:

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Joey I like where the wheel is, but I really like where the throttles are.
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Originally Posted by JoeyM View Post
i have actually had 5 people in that space. 4 thin girls sitting across the leaning post bench comfortably, me driving and another girl standing next to me. that was a good day.


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I'll bet it was a good day!

5 skinny girls will always fit, no matter the space
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Originally Posted by TwentyFourSeven View Post
Is this all the pictures you took?
Of Yellowfin, yes. I only had a few minutes to shoot thru on the first day, & ran out of time to get back the 2nd day (plus it was pouring rain).

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