34' Interior Gallery

12 Comments

  1. eddie shockey

    i looking to up grade. I have a 32 ft fountain ready for off shore fishing i’m lookin to upgrade to a 34 ft. what can you offer. Can your 34 ft be trailered?

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    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Hello Eddie, yes the 34′ is trailer-able, a sales representative should be in touch with you shortly via email…

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  2. Jeff Franklin

    I was wondering what was the most distinct difference between the 32 and the 34, fished with a 32 today on the atlas tanker and it was incredible! Hands down, the best looking boat in the water, and very stable.
    Jeff Franklin

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  3. Frederic E Church

    Hi,
    We will be buying a condo in Los Suenos, and are in the searching mode for an express or fb in 30-38. Having fished on the Mavericks, and observing the other boats in that area, I have decided that we need an express, but, something faster than the 26 or so cruise. Outboards may be the answer, but, I flyfish for billfish and am not so sure about the motors that far back. Also, can you build the 34 in an express instead of the walk around, and…do you still build the 32? Thanks…Fred

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    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thank you very much for your inquiry Frederic, we will be in touch with you shortly!

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  4. Marty McKenna

    I’m very interested in learning more about your semi production 34′. My dock in the Fl Keys has mean depth of 4′ outboards are best suited for me. Do you have a 38′ express that could be out board powered.
    Marty McKenna

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    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thank you for your inquiry Marty, we’ll be in touch directly via email with more information!

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  5. Alex

    Do you have performance data with the twin Yam350 and trip Merc 300?

    Cruise
    WOT
    Range

    Thank you

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    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thanks for your interest Alex, you should have received more information via email, please let us know if you have any further questions!

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  6. Jeff lane

    Love your 34 – could the you remove the salon vent and raise the small seating area upfront?
    My idea is to make a nice lounge on the front – small inset steps and powder coated rails – you could vent the salon with side windows .
    Just put a large bolster under the windshield and you really take advantage of the space.
    My wife would love it – right now she says too fishy no seating.
    Respectfully,
    Jeff lane @ 732 610 1280

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  7. Doug Smith

    Does this boat have the option of a Palm Beach type Tower

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    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      yes, if you look at pictures of the red boat in the exterior gallery we’ve done tuna towers in the past

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