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Specifications

Name: 35 Scarab Sport
Length: 35'4"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: Wellcraft
Fuel Capacity: 400 gals.
Model Years: 2001— 2009
Draft: --
Beam: 9'11"
Water Capacity: 13 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The 35 Scarab Sport is a hard-charging fishing boat descended from the original Wellcraft Scarabs prominent in the offshore racing scene some 30 years ago. Wellcraft eventually matched the Scarab hull to a series of outboard-powered fishing boats that, after a slow start, went on to create an entirely new market for high-performance center consoles. That said, the 35 Scarab Sport is not built on one of those race-bred Scarab hulls—they went out of production years ago. Instead, she rides on a solid fiberglass deep-V hull with a moderate 9'11"" beam—enough beam to keep her stable in a trough, but not too wide to impede performance. Highlights include a leaning post with removable cooler, 21-gallon aft livewell, foldaway rear seat, tilt-out tackle box, cockpit bolsters, fresh and raw water washdowns, and a console head compartment with sink and shower. There’s space at the helm for two video displays. Note the forward jump seats with storage under. The Scarab’s cuddy with V-berths and storage sleeps two. A T-top with electronics box, rocket launchers and spreader lights was standard. Twin 225hp outboards top out at 40+ knots; triple 250s reach speeds of 50+ knots.

Overview

Sleek console cuddy combines time-tested deck layout with deep-V performance, quality amenities.

Features

Highlights include deluxe helm seat with flip-up bolsters, aft livewell, folding rear seat, T-top with electronics box, tilt-out tackle box, cockpit bolsters, dual washdowns, forward jump seats, enclosed head with sink & shower. Helm space for big-screen electronics. Compact cuddy with V-berth sleeps two.

Comments

Good-looking boat is very well finished.

Performance

Twin 225hp outboards top out at 40+ knots; triple 250s reach speeds of 50+ knots.