Specifications

Name: 29 Scarab Sport; 29 CCF
Length: 28'6"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 214 gals.
Model Years: 2001—2004
Draft: --
Beam: 8'10"
Water Capacity: 8 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Wellcraft 29 Scarab Sport (called the 29 CCF in 2003–04) is a high-performance center console for anglers who want to get where they’re going in a hurry. Her stepped hull is a variation of the original Scarab race boat hull with a keel pad added for increased lift. Construction is solid fiberglass, and the single-level deck plan of the Scarab Sport provides a completely unobstructed fishing platform bow to stern. A 37-gallon livewell is built into the port side of the transom, and a bait prep station with sink and cutting board is to starboard. There are four insulated fish boxes with pumpouts, two in the aft deck and one on each side of the console. The walk-in console houses a marine head in addition to a sink, handheld shower, and two opening ports for ventilation. Additional features include pull-up cleats, dive ladder, cockpit bolsters, heavy-duty trim tabs, five in-deck insulated fish boxes, tilt steering, leaning post with standup bolster, T-top with radio box, anchor locker, fresh/raw-water washdowns, and a foldaway transom seat. Twin 225hp Mercury outboards deliver a top speed of over 45 knots.

Overview

Fast-action center console with high-performance deep-V hull keeps on going when the going gets rough.

Features

Flush-level cockpit with wide walkways provides excellent 360-degree fishability. Standard features include four insulated fishboxes, 39-gallon livewell, rigging station with sink, dual washdowns, pop-up cleats, recessed bow rails, foldaway transom seat. Walk-in console houses marine head, tackle storage.

Comments

Called 29 Scarab Sport in 2001–02; 29 CCF in 2003–04. Hull has keel pad for increased lift.

Performance

Max 50 knots with twin 250s.