Wylie 34 Boats for sale
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Santa Cruz, California
Yanmar engine just fully serviced and appears to be running great. Near new GPS charting system. Hull and deck painted December 2018. Removable decals. Red stripe and blue hull and topsides are permanent. New halyards, custom Ballenger racing mast in great condition, Recently upgraded frig, fully functional oven. Two new deep cycle batteries. Stock #190329 Awesome sailing condition! Race and cruise ready! Made in Watsonville CA! If you are in the market for a racer, look no further than this 1982 Wylie 34, just reduced to $29,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Santa Cruz, California and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine. Reason for selling is going to a multihull design.
2005 Yellowfin 34 CC 05 34 yellow fin in great condition. Original tanks wo any issues at all. Never any ethanol used. 08 trip 300 verados. Starbord has brand new dressed power head20 hours. 3 new hd lower units. Center and port 1200 hours. Runs great. 2 garmin 5212's and 4 kw radar 1 k ducer. hull shows like a new boat. Engine cowlings have a little sun burn but not to bad. Call with any questions. Yellowfin's new 34 bridges the gap between the company's highly acclaimed 31- and 36-foot models. Yellowfin's new 34 bridges the gap between the company's highly acclaimed 31- and 36-foot models. Because it falls squarely between the two previous Yellowfins, it offers a little of the best of both. Like the 31, it can be easily powered by twin outboards, but like the 36, you can also hang triples on it. More choice is always a good thing. The 34 shares another important attribute with its siblings, too: It comes with the fast, soft, dry ride that fishermen have come to expect of Yellowfin, all wrapped up in a stylish package that exhibits exemplary fit and finish. The 34 represents yet another chapter in Yellowfin's rapid rise in the hard-core center-console marketplace. ADVERTISING Performance Like all Yellowfins, the 34 features a stepped-hull design with a stern pad to provide lift. Its two steps provide aeration and decrease drag, and this shows in the boat's performance numbers. We ran a 34 off Sarasota, Florida, on an admittedly calm day, but there was enough chop to get a sense of what the 34 can do. Twin 275-hp Mercury Verado four-strokes brought the 34 on plane effortlessly, with just a little bow rise. The boat settled onto a level running attitude almost instantly, and the Verados provided very impressive acceleration on this hull. When the helmsman hits the throttles, you had better be hanging on to something. Yellowfin President Wylie Nagler - a former boat racer - likes to go fast, whether it's on the racecourse or in a king mackerel tournament. The 34 delivers here as well. The Verados pushed the big center console to a cruise speed of 40 mph at 4,400 rpm while burning a miserly 23 gph. Push the throttles forward a little more and you've got 45 mph at 4,800 rpm at a 28-gph burn rate. Fast cruise is 50 mph at 5,200 rpm, with a 42-gph burn. Wide open, the 34 hit 56 mph at 6,100 rpm. Want to go faster? Hang triple 275 Verados on the transom, and the 34 reaches a blazing 67 mph. The 34 cut down whatever chop we could find (at 50 mph!), and the hull had a very solid feel to it. You don't hear creaks or feel shudders when this boat takes on a wave, and like the other Yellowfin models, it is amazingly dry. I've fished on Yellowfins quite a bit and have many times braced for a saltwater shower that never came. The hull throws water down and away and moves fast enough that when the spray eventually blows upward, you're already past it. I consider this one of the driest boats on the