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  New For 2012...
380 Skipjack with 1100 hp!



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    Sea Magazine Writes: .........
The newest member of our fleet, the Skipjack 380. The result of many years of nautical research and input from experienced fisherman, this beauty is already the favorite over others in its class.



2380  2012 Model

LOA 40'9" 
Beam 13'8"

Hull Length

Dry Weight
Fuel  Capacity
580 gal.
Aluminum tank
Water   Capacity
100 gal.
Holding Tank
50 gal.



I(2) Cummins 550 hp each
(mhp / QSC 8.3)


(2) Yanmar


(2) Volvo IPS 450


*Manufacturers suggested retail price, as of June 15, 2012.
Check with your dealer for discount package pricing, options, electronics and others.

Factory Options:
Generator upgrade 9 kW Diesel, "Northern Lights" $4,900
Stainless Steel Arch w/Radar Pad, (4) Antenna Pads, Outrigger    Pads, (2) 12 Volt Flood Lights $7,100
FCI Water maker 16.6 gal/hr. $11,900
Cockpit electronic controls $5,200
Swimstep with SS brackets $3,800
Windlass $4,100
Dripless shaft seals $1,530
Bottom paint $4,800
Hard Top, less windshield, side curtains & back drop $18,500
VHF Radio with remote, antenna & SS ratchet mount  
Simrad auto pilot  
Garmin auxiliary sounder with temp.  


Canvas Options:
 Bimini w/boot and SS bows $3,400
 Windshield, Side Curtain & Back Curtain $4,900
 Bridge Cover $2,900


Fishing Options:
Flush Mount Rod Holders, each $195 (3 std) $585
Weld on on Holders, each $110 (8 std) $880

Having 580 gallons of fuel, a 13'8" beam and weighing in at 26,000 Ibs, you can run anywhere, anytime. This mid-size offshore sport fisher is built to the standards of seasoned offshore seamen. Don't take our word for it, read their stories on our website under "owner's log".

120 square feet of cockpit laid out for the particular fisherman. Highlighting a built in 60-gallon bait tank, 13 cu. ft. ice/fish box, transom door, coaming pads and large built-in fiberglass lockers.

Tournament layout provides a wrap-around helm for extensive electronic equipment and two adjustable helm seats. The seven-foot padded forward lounge console makes a secure and accessible area for rod storage.

Main Salon
The main salon is spacious, open and a functional - Skipjack signature. A double door measuring 35" provides generous access into the salon. Centrally located controls for air conditioning and heating is standard equipment. The nine-foot galley (to port) appointed with Corian counter top and sink, three-burner electric stovetop, built in microwave, and side-by-side refrigerator/freezer demonstrate that this boat is designed and built to spend time offshore. Complimenting the galley is a large settee (8'6"x 4'6") to starboard.

Master Stateroom
Features a queen size island berth (6'7"x 5') with two cedar lined hanging lockers, several drawers and storage area under berth and private access to the head. Direct and indirect lighting accentuates the simplicity and warmth of the large stateroom. A large translucent hatch offers natural light and ventilation.

Guest Stateroom
Upper and lower berths measure 6'5" x 2'6" (top) and 6'5" x 3'5" (bottom). Large cedar lined hanging locker and drawers below bottom berth. Stateroom appointed with translucent hatch.

Head Compartment ~
Access to the head is from the hallway or the master stateroom. Electric designer head with a 50-gallon holding tank, a Corian counter top and sink, with a stall shower and seat. A translucent hatch provides natural light and ventilation.

Power Plants
A variety of twin engine packages are offered in order to meet the specific needs of the owner. Access to engine room is from the cockpit or salon. Generator is standard and aft of the 580-gallon aluminum fuel tank.


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