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Yellowfin 39


Name: 39
Length: 39'8"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 564 gals.
Model Years: 2011—2019
Draft: --
Beam: 11'6"
Water Capacity: --
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Designed for triple or quad outboards, the Yellowfin 39 is one good-looking center console—a sexy, high-performance fishing machine that will turn heads anywhere she goes. With a foot and a half more beam than the popular Yellowfin 36, the 39 hull is based on the twin-stepped hull of the Yellowfin 42, herself one of the top-selling big center consoles on the market. A semi-custom boat, the 39 is available with a wide range of factory options including a coffin box, bow thruster, and removable rear bench seat. The helm features three-across seating with flip-up bolsters, and there are three livewells—an 80-gallon unit in the transom, a 50-gallon well under the aft cockpit sole, and a 20-gallon livewell behind the helm seats. The double-wide console seat and aft-facing cockpit seat come in handy when guests are aboard, and there’s enough rod holders and in-deck storage to satisfy any angler. A large lazarette provides access to through-hull valves, bilge pumps, and fuel filters. The tall gunwales are a plus, especially in the bow area. Beneath the big console is a standup head and shower. A seriously fast ride with quad 350hp Verados, the Yellowfin 39 will reach a top speed of over 60 knots.


Big world-class center console rated for triple-engine power runs fast, fishes hard, turns heads.


Highlights include T-top with rod holders, leaning post with livewell, 50-gallon transom livewell, K-Plane trim tabs, pop-up cleats, saltwater washdown, console seat, 9-foot rod storage boxes. Optional coffin box tilts back to reveal big in-floor fishbox.


High-performance stepped hull, stern lifting pad delivers exceptional high-speed handling.


Twin Mercury 300 4-strokes top 45 knots; triple 300 Mercs reach 55+ wide open.

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