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An awesome rough-water boat in spite of her small size, the Blackfin 29 Combi was heavily built on a solid fiberglass deep-V hull with a relatively wide beam with plenty of flare at the bow. A low center of gravityespecially on the inboardmakes her a stable trolling platform, at least until a tower is added. Below, the Combis compact cabin includes a convertible dinette/V-berth forward, a mini-galley, and a standup head with shower. The cockpit can handle a small chair and engine access is excellent. A popular boat for many years, she was updated in 1995 as the Blackfin 29-2 Combi with a restyled bridge deck, curved windshield, integral bow pulpit, and a new helm console with more space for electronic add-ons. The original 29 Combi has engine boxes; in the 29-2 model the boxes were redesigned to form aft-facing lounge seats. Standard 320hp gas engines cruise the 29 Combi at 2324 knots, and optional 230hp Volvo diesels cruise at 25 knots. Those with Cummins 315hp diesels cruise at 2829 knots and reach a top speed in the neighborhood of 32 knots.
Overview Classic fishing machine combines muscular profile with efficient deck plan, legendary rough-water ride.
Features Teak-trimmed cabin with enclosed head, full galley is perfect for overnighting. Cushioned motorboxes double as bait-watching seats. Cabin hatch is offset to port leaving room at the helm for electronics.
Comments Low center of gravity makes for a stable trolling platform. Updated in 1995 with restyled bridgedeck, curved windshield, integral bow pulpit.
Performance Twin 320hp gas inboardsor 230hp Volvo dieselscruise at 2425 knots.