Yellowfin Boats make a lasting Impression

It’s easy to see why Yellowfin has made a lasting impression with a list of standard features to make any fisho green with envy
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8th Oct 2010

Yellowfin are the tough addition to the world’s ocean, and have made a serious impression on those who have had a chance to get one out on the water.
 
Since re-launching in August 2009, the Yellowfin models have made waves in the media and amongst customers with an impressive pedigree stretching back to the 1980’s. The range has been expanded to include three plate models; 5700, 6200 and 6700 available either as a centre console or as a spacious cabin.
 
The Yellowfin range has been designed for the world’s ocean and those who hunt there. The combination of a 20 degree deadrise at the transom and a sharper entry at the bow, this unique hull carves through waves for a smooth ride while the reverse chine delivers stability and fuel efficiency.
 
Anyone worth their salt can see that a Yellowfin is built for superior strength, with a self-draining tread plate floor supported by a welded sub frame rib structure and construction of 4mm and 5mm plate aluminium, these boats are a cut above the rest in the offshore plate boat market.
 
When it comes to Yellowfin’s range of Centre Consoles, the phrase ‘the one that got away’ will be a distant memory, with these models offering fishermen 360 degrees of manoeuvrability. All three models feature a wide centre console with plenty of storage including dash space for electronics and a front storage compartment. There are four additional rod holders on the centre console box seat complete with a grab rail and plenty of space underneath to store a 100L esky.
 
For fishos looking for a bit more protection from the elements, Yellowfin’s Cabin range is the way to go. These models come with spacious 1.8 metre bunks meaning plenty of room for longer fishing adventures, and a rocket launcher with six rod holders as standard.
 
Equipped with all the fishing essentials, you are sure to have a successful day out on the water in a Yellowfin. These essentials include a 65lt live bait tank, 135lt plumbed kill tank, alloy cutting board, twin battery box, transom door, heavy duty rear ladder, masses of rod storage and hydraulic steering.
 
It’s easy to see why Yellowfin has made a lasting impression with a list of standard features to make any fisho green with envy and all models backed by a three year factory warranty. To learn more about Yellowfin boats visit the website at www.yellowfinboats.com.au

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