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2008 36 (ft.) Yellowfin 36

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General Information

Listing# 125998

Price
$205,000.00
Location
Lafayette , LA, United States
Manufacturer
Yellowfin
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2008
Category
Center Consoles
Model
36
Status
Used
Length
36 (ft.)
Beam
10
LOA
36.67
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
4-stroke
Number of Engines
3
Engine Type
Outboard 4 Stroke
Engine Hours
560

General Details

ENGINE WARRANTY UNTIL MARCH 2014

 

This 36 Yellowfin is a fishing machine with many upgrades and only 560hrs on the very popular 350 Yamaha 4-Stroke engine package. She features RayMarine G Series Electronics, Simard Autopilot, Latham Racing Steering, Custom Stereo System, and comes with Trailer.

Specifications

Introduction
In a recent kingfish tournament in the Gulf of Mexico, Yellowfin Yachts owner Wylie Nagler, at the helm of his company's new 36-footer, left the dock last, in a field of nearly 40 boats that were headed offshore through some 60 miles of six-to-tens. He got there first. The Yellowfin 36 is all about speed and light-tackle fishing. There are no frills, no showers, no fluff. Race-boat performance and dryness make it fishable in a lot of conditions you just might prefer not to be in. But that's why Nagler built the 36.
Standard Equipment
Gemlux flush Mount Cleats SS Pop Up Bow Light  Under Gunwale Courtesy Lights Hydraulic Steering Console and Combing Cushions Rule Pumps 1100 GPH Baitwell 1200 GPH Bilge SS D-Rings Gemlux 2'' Gas Fills 4 Gunwale Rod Holders High Performance Trim Tabs Lighted Switch PaneGemlux Ball Valves T-top with 4 Rod Holders Saltwater Wash Down 50 Gallon Livewell Aft 9' Rod Boxes 530 Qt Macerated Fish Box Your Choice of Leaning Post Tinned Copper Wiring  Deutsch Connectors O-Ring Gutter System Gemlux SS Thru-Hull Fittingsl
Hull Modifications
It's a logical step beyond Yellowfin's successful 31-footer, with some significant hull modifications to account for the demands of an additional five feet of waterline. For one thing, the bottom features two separate steps. The theory here is that the only way to loosen up a hull for more speed is to introduce air under it. Further vacuum is avoided by two pair of plaining strakes that break and offset at each step, effectively creating four strakes on each side. A pad keel runs down the centerline, and has a deadrise that's slightly different than the rest of the hull. This expanded keel keeps the boat from falling off keel at high speed, and eliminates the subsequent chine walking that can ensue. Above 60 mph, everything changes, it seems, and considerations of stability and safety take on new urgency.
Hull Design
This is a hull designed for high speed, and with Nagler's background in offshore racing, there's no reason to doubt his theories. This hull combines a wide, flared bow and a graceful tapering sheer, and provides the 36 with classic lines and an exceptionally dry ride. The racing pedigree of the Yellowfin is evident in the rigging, too, with Latham throttles and steering providing the control for high performance
Fishing Capabilities
So the thing runs, but does it fish? All the components are here. A 13-inch covering board allows you to carry a full castnet from the bow clear around to the cockpit without having to climb down off the gunwale. A 60-gallon live well behind the leaning post features a second Lucite cover inside to pressurize the tank, prevent spillage and keep the bait from getting beaten up. A second 25-gallon well sits in the transom bulkhead.
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
customContactInformation
Central Listing Agent Jimmy Mathews 954-298-5307 Email Jimmy@DenisonYachtSales.com