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2000 40 (ft.) Ocean Yachts EXPRESS SPORT FISH

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General Information

Listing# 73719

St. James City, FL, United States
Ocean Yachts
Boat Type
Model Year
Year Built
Sport Fishing Boats
40 (ft.)
Fuel Type
Number of Engines

General Details

This boat is ready for whatever you decide to do, fish, spend a week in the Tortuga’s or just some evening cursing.

See full specifications for all the details.

Not to be missed!


Additional Equipment

Builder:        Ocean Yachts                             Engines:       Caterpillar

Year:            2000                                          Model:         3126

LOA:           40’4”                                         HP:              420 (x2)

Beam:          14’2”                                         Hours:         2500 + / -

Disp:            26,500 lbs                                  Fuel:            390 gal

Draft:           3’8”                                           Water:          100 gal

Cruise spd:   25 mph                                      Onan Gen Set 9K

Max spd:      30 mph                                      3200 hrs +/-



Boat Details:




Sleeps 6 with a queen berth forward and twin berths mid cabin. . The head opens to the forward state room along with entry from the salon. It has a separate stand up shower enclosure, full sink, and head with a 40 gal holding tank. Easy access for shore pump out or macerator overboard discharges.    



          Solid surface counter tops enclose a two burner electric stove along with a microwave oven and ample storage in cherry wood cabinetry above and below your working area. The u-line refrigerator and ice maker have been up graded. Stainless steel sink and additional receptacles have been added for convenience. There is a washer/dryer combo unit available with purchase.



          Leather L-shape couch along with a separate swivel arm chair for plenty of seating while watching TV or just listening to the stereo.  There is a 19” TV in the salon along with a TV in the forward state room, both are set up for shore cable or satellite. “Dishes not included” A bar with plenty of storage for your favorite beverage and easy access to ships electric panel. The stereo is satellite ready along with speakers in the salon, helm station and cockpit. Easy access through the floor allows for additional storage along with a water management system, hot water tank, central vacuum system and 16,000 btu HVAC system and a Village Technologies 450 gpd RO water maker.


Helm Station;

          360 degree visibility from raised Pompanette captains chair and companion seat.  Ample guest seating both port and starboard with a small removable table for dining or happy hour. Both seating areas have storage for all of your fishing rods and emergency gear.  All Isinglass, zippers and EZ2CY glass replaced in 2006.



          Out of the way walk in engine room access and ready boxes house fresh water sink and water fill inlet as well as a huge ice box for beverages, full tackle and rod storage opens to working height and well out of the way of fishing area. Transom pass through door with dive ladder and a huge live bait well. At the center is a custom built rocket launcher table with 5 rod holders and a bait prep area in addition to 4 gunnel mount and 2 Walker electric down riggers. Fresh and salt water wash downs and in the floor is an insulated fish box with macerator big enough to keep any catch fresh. Double spreader Rupp Gold Tip outriggers are mounted high on the hard top for unobstructed movement for and aft as well as easy operation from the cockpit. Double halogen spreader lights and cockpit lighting make things visible at night.



          At the helm is a Raymarine E-120 GPS with 48 mile radar, 4k open array mounted on the hard top. Tri data is at the helm as well as in the tower. 1K color fish finder and ST-60 Raytheon auto pilot, also a Northstar 951X as a back up GPS. Icom VHF mounted at the helm and in the tower. A remote spot light and Glendenning engine sync finishes off the helm station. 



           Both engines upgraded @ 1800 hr with re-con heads, turbos, and injectors. Lasdrop Gen II shaft seals, all engine mounts replaced and engines re aligned Oct 2008. Sea Hawk bottom paint November 2010. 50’ 50 amp power cord with cover and numerous cup holders along with knife and pliers’ holders conveniently located. Fire boy engine shut down system and 3 additional extinguishers. Lewmar windlass with 40’ of chain and 350’ of rode with a Danforth anchor conveniently operated from the helm and or the bow