HYDRASPORTS CUSTOM 3900CC
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.