Yachting - - CA N YONS ARE CALLING TOP FISHING TENDERS - Hydrasports.com seavee­boats.com

h y d r a s p o rt s c u s t o m m a d e noise in the cen­ter con­sole mar­ket when it launched the 53-foot Sueños in 2015. The builder says its 39-footer is built to the “same mil-tough” (as in mil­i­tary) spec­i­fi­ca­tions as her big sis­ter. So if your plan in­cludes chas­ing big fish in the deep, the 3900CC could be the ves­sel to get you there. Power is twin 627 hp Seven Marine out­boards, triple or quad 300s or triple 350s. Her re­ported top-end speed with any of the en­gine op­tions is about 58 knots. Garmin elec­tron­ics such as radar and au­topi­lot are stan­dard, as are fish­ing ameni­ties in­clud­ing out­rig­gers and a for­ward fish box. A 12-volt fridge is for­ward too. Un­der the helm con­sole are a head and bunk. seavee had an­glers in its sights when cre­at­ing the twin-stepped-hull 390Z. The builder de­vel­oped a stain­less-steel, two-part tow­ing plate to dis­place en­ergy evenly when a moth­er­ship is pulling the boat. SeaVee also of­fers cus­tom T-tops that can be taken off or folded down. Power op­tions in­clude triple 300 or 350 hp four-stroke out­boards or quad 300s, 350s or 400s, as well as Volvo Penta IPS en­gines and in­board diesels. The re­ported top-end ranges from 53 to 66 knots. Need rod stowage? The 390Z can hold as many as 42. Other fish­ing must-haves in­clude a 65-gal­lon tran­som livewell, with a sec­ond 140-gal­lon livewell and third 70-gal­lon livewell as op­tions. The helm con­sole has space for two 16-inch mul­ti­func­tion dis­plays.

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