Yellowfin is known for constructing the best boats possible, utilizing the best materials available and not cutting any corners. Yellowfin boats are fast, dry, seaworthy vessels with beautiful line contours putting them at the top of the list of performance driven fishing boats.
Design and Construction
Most of the hardware outfitted on the Yellowfin comes from Gemlux - a high-quality metals manufacturer. It provides Yellowfin with a stainless-steel pop-up bow light, 2-inch stainless gas fills, and stainless thru-hulls and ball valves. Yellowfin also laminates its boats with Core-Cell composite for superb strength without additional weight. Accessing all the boat's pumps and fuel filters is a breeze thanks to large lazarette under the cockpit. Every hatch on the boat has a shiny gelcoat finish from top to bottom and sports a gasket for watertight integrity. The high quality electrical connections consist of tinned copper wiring with waterproof Deutsch connectors.
The Yellowfin 32’s ventilated hull design sticks to the water making it virtually impossible to launch off the waters surface. Although the 32 can be a little sharp with its turns it provides an extremely gentle ride and will respond to all you ask of it.
Yellowfin’s 32 standard twin 300 Mercury Verado package provides all the power you will need, although other engine packages are available.
Strikingly, Yellowfin has outfitted the 32 with twin engines only for performance reasons unlike many other 32 foot vessels that can handle trip or even quad engine packages. The twin 300 Mercury Verado package will run approximately 24 gph @ 40 mph and 59.8 gph @ 60.9 miles per hour at 6,050 rpm. The twin Yamaha 350 V8 package can add around 6 mph. With the extra 100 horsepower, speed can increase to 65.6 miles per hour at 6,100 rpm. The fuel rate is approximately 68.4 gallons per hour with the twin Yamaha 350 package.
The 32 handles superbly at idle speeds, around docks and pilings with sideways maneuverability. It is an easy task for an outboard boat of its size.
At trolling speeds this boat will produce virtually no surface turbulence from the hull passing through even the choppiest of waters.
Standard outfit calls for 4 rod holders in each of the gunwales and a list of everything you would expect from a top rated fishing vessel including large port and starboard fish boxes, additional rod holders along both sides of the console, removable tackle boxes in the leaning post, a 60-gallon livewell and an insulated coffin box on the foredeck that hides an even larger storage space below decks.
• Length: 32'6"
• Beam: 9'9"
• Weight: 8,200 lbs.
• Fuel Capacity: 332 Gallons
• Power: Twin Outboard (800 HP Max