77' Mama Who

Custom Hull #
56
Splash Date
June, 2013

From her cold-molded fir and Okume bones to fiberglass skin coated in glossy Alexseal Cloud White, the 77’ Jarrett Bay stays true to its custom Carolina heritage, yet represents the next evolution in sportfish performance and functionality. Thanks to prop tunnels, the 77’s shaft angle is lower, yielding increased speed and efficiency – and a noteworthy draft of less than six feet. The high-speed stainless rudders and struts and a bottom with no through-hull protrusions or fairings result in an incredibly fast and sleek running surface.

Specs
Length
77' 0"
Beam
21' 6"
Draft
5' 8"
Water Line
69'
Cockpit Area (sq. ft.)
255
Dry Weight (lbs.)
128,000
Fuel Capacity (gal.)
3,200
Water Capacity (gal.)
350
Holding Tanks (gal.)
200
Power
Engine(s)
Twin MTU
Model
16-V2000
Horsepower
2,600 x2
Performance
Cruise Speed (kts.)
35
WOT Speed (kts.)
41
Power

77 Engine Room Under the hood, you’ll find twin 16V-2000 MTUs rated at 2,600hp. Carrying 3,200 gallons of fuel, the 77 hits a top speed of 41 kts and cruising speed of 35 kts. With nearly 60 custom builds to date, Jarrett Bay designs their hulls, first and foremost, with performance in mind. Jarrett Bay’s proven modified-vee hull design uses steadfastly seaworthy, lightweight materials allowing the 77 to be faster than other similarly sized boats with equal or more horsepower, and significantly superior fuel economy than custom and production boats in her class.

Cockpit

77 Cockpit

The 77’s sweeping mezzanine overhang gives way to a massive 255-sq. ft. cockpit, complete with two pressurized live-wells with capacities up to 125 gallons.

Interior Layout

77 Interior Layout The 77’s interior mirrors her sleek exterior with high-gloss cherry veneers throughout its five stateroom, six head layout. Flawless joinery covers her TriCel composite keeping the weight to speed ratio at top performance levels without sacrificing durability in the roughest seas.

9 Comments

  1. Seeking a builder. 65/70 foot series….sport fisher for use in the PNW/ Canadian/ Alaskan waters. No need for the
    typical big fish high tower. This will be a sport fisher for SALMON….use of down riggers, over the side rod and real for Halibut….etc. Boat needs to have length, beam and live about comfort for 6 plus crew of two.
    Power’d by efficient diesel, with trolling valve, power docking winches such as empoy’d on sail. Stabized.
    Refer’d fish boxs. Teak decks and cap rails. Teak souls
    Fly bridge for opeational aspects only….Radar and radio arch. On board deisel heat and secondary AC for the rare warm days in the sleeping and lounge quaters.
    Are you able to build such a vessel…..if so when….and how would you ship to PNW

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  2. 668 wins the World Cup for Blank Check !

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  3. Nice boat

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  4. I passed by in a 21 foot sea pro.

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  5. Hi, I am wondering how much a boat like this cost. I am possibly looking into buying a boat similar with all of the latest greatest technology. Is there anyway you can give me a quote?

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    • Hi Michael, we’d be glad to get you more details, and will do so directly via email – thanks for your inquiry!

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  6. Hi, I was looking at the performance and it looks amazing but I have one question what is the cruising range

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