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    Default New build - 2015 39 yellowfin


    I currently have a 2011 36 yellowfin. I just pulled the trigger on a new 39. So I will putting my boat up for sale in November/December. The 39 is scheduled to be completed in late February 2015. Here is what I have on order so far. Any suggestions and ideas are welcome and appreciated.

    Hull side color: Light Gray or Icee Blue (still undecided - I have ice blue now. I need to see more pictures of light grey)
    Hull bottom color: Matterhorn
    Rub rail color: white

    Power: Triple Yamaha 350's. - undecided on paying extra for white motors?

    Leaning Post:

    42 leaning post (so I can get 3 Todd seats or lebroc seats at helm) live well seat option in rear of leaning post
    (4) Cup Holders in Leaning Post
    (3) Todd or lebroc seats
    (2) - 6 drawer tackle Station (plano style)
    (1) 3 Drawer Tackle Station
    Coffin Box - south beach vs regular?
    Additional Rod Holders (20)
    Rod/Cup Holders (

    Dual station tower w/controls/hardtop
    Hard top running lights
    Powder coated dual station frame
    LED multicolor hardtop lights (4)
    Taco Bases / Bly Outriggers
    White Powder-Coat
    LED Spreader Lights (2 Rear/Forward)

    Front combing bolsters
    transom Combing Bolsters
    Front forward seating
    forward table insert
    (2) Todd or lebrock seats in front of console over cooler
    Garelick boarding ladder
    2 grab rails in transom
    (6) electric plugs

    Sea chest
    Backup bait well pump
    (2) Tuna tubes built in transom beside live well
    Battery charger
    Shadow caster multi color lights (4)
    30 amp shore power
    Bow thruster
    Windlass flush mount under bow
    36" rowan boxes
    STB Dive door with ladder
    Dive tank holders (

    Under gunnel rope lights
    Kingfish rod holders
    PVC in both gun rails for long gaffs
    Teaser reel mounts?
    Battery shelf
    Bilge shelf
    Shelf for Downrigger balls
    Glove box on console with charger inside for cell phone
    Charger in bathroom
    3 sided eisen glass/wings?
    Divider in coffin box
    Aft sun shade
    (2) fire extinguishers
    Freshwater/Saltwater Wash down- Rear and Midship
    Vertical hose holders (4)
    2nd House Battery
    LED lighting in Live wells
    Blue in live wells
    Plumb Rear Fish boxes overboard
    Rod holder and cup holders in bathroom

    (2) Garmin 8215 MFD
    (1) Garmin 8212 MFD for tower
    Fusion remote for tower
    Auto pilot controller in tower
    12kw xHD 4' Open Array
    B275LH-W 1kw (CHIRP) Transducer
    GSD 26 Sounder
    Side scanner
    GHP-20 Auto-Pilot
    GHC 10 remote
    G300 AIS (2)
    Card reader
    GPS 19x
    Am/fm antenna
    Sirius Radio/ Weather
    FLIR camera
    Fusion 700i
    (2) JL Amps, (2) Subs, (10) Speakers
    4 channel amp
    Ghost 3.0 Nav Tracker w/ battery backup

    Trailer with electric jack and 2 spare tires

    Ideas for trash can or where to put trash bag? Currently I hand trash bag in my bathroom on my 36. Not sure that will work with the step down bathroom on the 39. Anything else I should consider.

    Thanks for your help. I am looking forward to another build.

    Brian Allen
    Happy Fishing!

    Brian Allen

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    Jealous.. Good luck with build!

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    I know it's not cheap, but the white motors Really look awesome. We did the yellowfin script for the Yamaha logos. I think it turned out pretty good.

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    Thanks. Do you have a picture of the yellowfin script on the motors. The white would looks good with the light gray or ice blue hull.
    Happy Fishing!

    Brian Allen

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    I sent you a pm. Attached is a picture of white Yamaha's and script.
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    Looks great. Thanks.
    Happy Fishing!

    Brian Allen

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    Jul 2012
    New Jersey


    The Script looks awesome.....I will pass that along to my customers......great work..
    Yellowfin Yachts

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    Ok guys....I need some opinions on power. I am thinking I should consider going with triple Yamaha 300's. Then if they upgrade the 350's to 400's in a couple of years, the 300's would be easier to sell than the 350's. I know it will be slower, but it should not be too much slower based on weight difference. The 300's should be better on fuel. Any thoughts or experiences?
    Happy Fishing!

    Brian Allen

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    Throw another 300 on her and call it a day! Gonna be a awesome boat!

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    Would love too. However, Yamaha does not make a 20 inch shaft. So more difficult to do. Has anyone got an easy fix for quad Yamaha 300's?
    Happy Fishing!

    Brian Allen

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