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One of the most highly regarded midsize center consoles ever builtand one of the best-looking as wellthe Yellowfin 34 sets the class standards for fishability, quality, and performance. Yellowfin is widely recognized for building some of the best offshore fishing vessels on the market. The company provides tons of factory options allowing owners to customize each boat to suit their personal needs. A 55-gallon transom livewell is standard, and additional wells are available behind the leaning post and in the cockpit floor. Insulated belowdeck fish boxes are forward, and the console compartment can be fitted with a head and shower. Additional features include K-Plane trim tabs, cockpit bolsters, flush-mounted cleats, fresh/raw-water washdowns, and tons of rod holders. The tall gunwale height is noteworthy, especially in the bow area. Popular options including a T-top, aft-facing cockpit seats, coffin box, and removable rear bench seat. Built on a Kevlar-reinforced, vacuumed-bagged hull with a single step, the exceptional performance of the Yellowfin 34 has a lot to do with her relatively light weight. Twin F250 Yamaha top out at 45 knots, and triple 300hp Verados reach close to 60 knots.
Overview Hard-nosed fishing machine matches class standards for quality, fishability, open-water performance.
Features Highlights include 55-gallon transom livewell, cockpit coaming pads, flush-mounted cleats, leaning post with backrest, T-top, removable rear bench seat, cockpit bolsters, forward seating, recessed bow rails, dual washdowns, high-performance K-Planes.
Comments Second 70-gal. in-sole livewell available with twin-engine models. Very well-finished boat.
Performance Twin Mercury 275s max out at 45 knots; triple 275s reach 55+ knots wide open.