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Contender 35ST

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LOA: 34’ 5″

Beam: 9′ 10″

Draft: 22″

Deadrise: 24.5°

Dry Weight: 6,600 lbs

Fuel Capacity: 400 gal

Power Options:
Twin Yamaha F300
Twin Yamaha XTO 425
Triple Yamaha F300

Max HP: 1,200

Contender has always been well known for producing some of the best performing center console fishing boats on the water, and the 35ST, goes beyond those expectations.

The innovative dual step design provides dramatic performance increases not only in speed, but also in fuel efficiency, and handling. The 35 Stepped hull’s one level deck, massive fish and storage boxes, and of course the incomparable ride, make this is a fisherman’s dream.

The 35ST is available with custom fishing options, including towers built to sight fish, or spot birds for miles. Get above the water, and spot the bite finding fish by sight from above. Complete second station setups to keep you informed of position and other important information. The captain’s view from the tower is critical in directing championship crews and always staying at the helm. Once you’ve been in one, you’ll see the distinct competitive advantage of a captain level crows nest, and why Contenders are built for offshore fishing performance. You’ll see why Contender boats have been called the “unfair advantage”.

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