Sailfish 30-06 CC Yonkers NY
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Sailfish 30-06 CC
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The Sailfish 30-06 Center Console is the largest model in the builder's lineup. It has a clear mission"offshore fishing. Not that it isn't also for other activities as well, such as diving and day cruising, but this boat is designed to head well offshore for fishing, and do so in comfort.
The skin coat of chop in DCPD resin goes down over the gelcoat, followed by a solid hull laminate of knit fiberglass in the sides and woven roving in the bottom. The hull is supported by a fiberglass, foam-cored Compsys stringer system, and the bulkheads are also foam-cored. The whole network is encapsulated in fiberglass and bonded to the hull. The transom is built of high-density poured foam-cored transom encapsulated in fiberglass. The hull-to-deck joint is bonded with urethane adhesive and stainless self-tapping screws every foot. The rubrail and the stainless insert follows with two more rows of screws fastening the joint. The one-piece cockpit/liner is bonded to the stringers with urethane putty, becoming an integral part of the boat's structure. The cabin liner is also bonded to the hull and to the cockpit liner where they meet at the aft cabin bulkhead. The Sailfish comes with a 10-year structural warranty that covers the hull against defects.
The Sailfish 30-06 CC has a deep-vee hull form with a sharp, deep entry and 24Â° of transom deadrise. Reverse running strakes (they turn up rather than down from garboard to chine), similar to the old Sea Craft hulls, run the length of the bottom. Its high freeboard increases seaworthiness, helping to prevent boarding seas, while providing high gunwale coamings inside the cockpit and a relatively high cockpit deck level above the waterline. ...
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