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Contender 39 ST

Specifications

Name: 39 ST
Length: 39
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: Contender
Fuel Capacity: 500 gals.
Model Years: 2013— 2019
Draft: --
Beam: 10'8"
Water Capacity: NA
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Available with a twin-stepped or traditional deep-V hull, the Contender 39 is a big offshore tournament machine guaranteed to turn heads wherever she goes. Quality like this isn’t cheap, and the fortunate few able to own one of these high-performance boats can rest easy knowing that it doesn’t any better than this in a purebred offshore fishing fishing platform. Like all Contenders, the 39 ST is a semicustom boat and each is set up differently depending on the owner. There are two console choices: The standard front entrance console has rod holders on each side, and a larger console with a side entrance to a stand-up head compartment with sink and slide-away toilet. The enormous storage capacity of the 39 ST includes a forward in-deck 260-gallon fish box, 145-gallon in-deck fish box, and port and starboard 105-gallon fish boxes aft. The transom has two 40-gallon livewells, and another 68-gallon well is aft of the leaning post. Options include full tower with controls, coffin box on electric ram with removable backrest, extra 100-gallon fuel capacity, underwater lights, and custom sea chest. Over 60 knots top with triple 350hp Yamaha V-8s. A luxury “LS” version with bow and aft seating and hydraulic table is also available.

Overview

Premium center console designed for triple-outboard power delivers high-octane performance, no-excuses fishability.

Features

Notable features include dual 50-gallon transom livewells, transom door, step-down storage/head compartment, belowdecks rod lockers, four insulated fishboxes. Optional coffin box forward can be raised electrically for access to huge storage area beneath. Extraordinary fit and finish.

Comments

Hull can endure serious punishment.

Performance

Triple 250hp Yamaha outboards top out at close to 50 knots.