Having 500 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.
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.
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.
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.