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Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

The Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39 is built solidly and packed with performance and fishing amenities.

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

LOA: 39'8" | Beam: 11'6" | Displacement: 10,600 lb. (dry without engines) | Fuel Capacity: 564 gal. | More Information: yellowfin.com

Under Armour Fishing Team/Jason Hatch

We Say: This new iteration of Yellowfin’s 39 Open features lightweight, super-strong carbon-fiber construction, saving approximately 2,400 pounds, or roughly 18.5 percent of the original dry weight.

The twin-stepped hull takes full advantage of the quad Mercury Verado 350 outboards, reaching a top speed of 74 mph. Our tester featured three-across helm seats with flip-up bolsters, a clear acrylic windshield, and a full complement of electronics accessible via two Simrad multifunction displays. There are three livewells — an 80-gallon tank with a viewing window in the transom, a 50-gallon well under the aft cockpit sole, and a 19-gallon livewell under the seat abaft the helm seating — as well as four tuna tubes integrated into the transom and stern quarters.

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

A full complement of electronics are accessible via two Simrad multifunction displays.

Under Armour Fishing Team/Jason Hatch

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

The helm features three-across seating with flip-up bolsters.

Under Armour Fishing Team/Jason Hatch

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

Under Armour Fishing Team/Jason Hatch

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

Under Armour Fishing Team/Jason Hatch

An optional pod lounge tilts upward at the push of a button to give access to a compartment belowdecks. A rack of seven holders hangs behind the 27-inch-high transom, and 10 holders mount along the aft hardtop support. This is in additional to 17 gunwale rod holders along each side.

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

Under Armour Fishing Team/Jason Hatch

Who’d Want One: Saltwater tournament anglers looking for a speed advantage to get to the fish first.

Another Choice: The Invincible 39 Open Fisherman ($315,000 with triple Yamaha F350s) also features a stepped hull and is capable of similar speeds.

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

Quad Mercury Verado 350 outboards push the Carbon 39 to 74 mph.

Under Armour Fishing Team/Jason Hatch

Bottom Line: $400,000 (with carbon fiber and four Mercury Verado 350s); yellowfin.com

Yellowfin Yachts Carbon 39

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