Specifications

Name: 29-30 Forward Seating
Length: 29'6"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: Jupiter
Fuel Capacity: 285 gals.
Model Years: 2006— 2019
Draft: --
Beam: 9'4"
Water Capacity: 35 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Introduced in 2006, the Jupiter 29 (called the Jupiter 30 since 2012) is a top-tier tournament fishing boat for serious anglers with an eye for quality. Jupiter has been building quality fishing machines for years, and they are widely considered among the best in their class. Built on an aggressive deep-V hull with a moderate 9'4"" beam, a keel pad boosts both performance and fuel efficiency. Standard features include a bait prep center with tackle storage, 45-gallon livewell, forward seating with storage under, in-deck 120-gallon fish box, walk-in console with marine head, transom door, fresh/raw-water washdowns, anchor locker, cockpit bolsters, in-deck dry storage, lockable rod storage, and gunnel rod holders (4). An extended list of factory options includes a T-top with rod holders and electronics box, removable rear seat, bow thruster, deluxe leaning post, 60-gallon transom livewell, dive door, etc. Note the bow anchor chute. With 285 gallons of fuel capacity, the Jupiter 29/30 has the range to roam far offshore and stay a while. No lightweight, twin Yamaha 250hp outboards reach close to 45 knots wide open.

Overview

Polished canyon runner with roomy cockpit, cushioned bow seating makes the cut with hardcore anglers.

Features

Standard features include bait-prep center with 45-gallon livewell, 120-gallon macerated fishbox, leaning post, fresh/saltwater washdowns, lockable in-deck rod storage, tackle storage, low-profile bow rails. Space at the helm for twin big-screen displays. All hatches are gasketed and dogged.

Comments

Excellent range thanks to large fuel capacity.

Performance

Yamaha 250hp outboards reach close to 45 knots wide open.