18 Quad Mercury 400r's 150HRS

  • Price$598,999
  • Length39'
  • MakeYellowfin
  • Built2018

Seminole, FL

This is your chance to own one of a kind Yellowfin 39 Center Console WITHOUT WAITING 24 MONTHS IN LINE TO RECEIVE.CRUSING 50MPH 1MPGTOP SPEED 70'S MPHTHIS IS A EPOXY HULL. THIS OPTION IS A $30,000.00 EXTRA!! THIS MEANS ITS FASTER, LIGHTER, AND RIDES BETTER THAN ANY OTHER REGULAR HULL!!This build has a joystick control system which makes manuverablity and controls very easy. Comes with FLIR night vision. All Simrad Electronics (40k) one 24" monitor one 16" monitor, one 12" monitor, and 9" vessel view system. Halo radar 72 mile and all JL Audio system! This fishing machine has 3 live wells and tuna tubes. Its wired with 6 electric plugs for deep dropping reels. 86 rod holders are mounted on this beautiful vessel. TOOO MUCH TO LIST!!! CALL 727 282 7221 GARRISON WITH ANY AND ALL QUESTIONS....................................................CLICK ON LINK TO WATCH THE SEA TRAIL AND READ THE REVIEWS.........https://www.yachtingmedia.com/magazine/mercury-verado-400-test.html.........................It’s been only a fewdays since the brand-new Mercury Verado 400 were presented and, as usual for Mercury, the outboards are already available for testing. After all, you only have to walk down the jetties of the Miami Boat Show to realize that; they are present very widely, in their colourful guises, to adorn the sterns of the boat exhibited.For our sea trial, we have chosen a quad rig that, for the occasion, has been installed in the stern of a Yellowfin 39, a boat specially designed for offshore fishing that, as you can realize at first glance, feels like running.Our boat is pretty heavy, with a dry weight of 13,000 pounds that, at the current exchange, correspond to little less than six tons and that, with a complete tank of fuel, systems and 7 passengers on board become about 9 tons. However, a glance to the stern suffices to not be worried since the four Verado 400, in their historic aggressive standard grill, already seem eager to be put through the mill.We start engines and, with our surprise, we’re welcomed by a silent mumble; with the engine idling, noise is really low. We re-tract moorings and, with the help of theMercury Joystick Pilotingsystem, we leave the narrow (and crowded) maze of jetties hosting the boat show. I activate theActive Trimand we’re finally ready for our test.We head for the area where planing is allowed. At low speed, the quad rig is certainly not moderate but, if we were trolling, we would probably use just two engines, consuming just half the amount of fuel.Then, we start to accelerate and I immediately recognize the sound of Verado. Full, aggressive, it’s like music to my ears. The Yellowfin lows her stern while, at 500 rpm, we progressively push throttles down to collect our data.Atlittle more than 3,000 rpm, we are running at a speed of 20 knots; a look at the instruments and… and I have to double-check because we are using just 20 liters per hour and per engine, which, with all the weight we are carrying, is very little. Mercury’s engineers must have worked a lot; consumption is really low.We go on accelerating and, between 3,000 and 3,500 rpm, with the compressor under pressure, a dose of power and torque comes in a clearly perceptible way. It’s like a shot of adrenaline that incites to push throttles ahead and you can’t resist.We speed up progressively and, while a smile comes over our faces, the displays shows 6,050 rpm while GPS indicates little less than 70 miles/hour that, to put it in European terms, means that we are flying on the water at 60 knots!Now, it’s time for us to carry out our acceleration tests. We push gas throttles all down and we are literally thrown against seats. The four Verado push frantically and, as the boat planes, they deliver the top speed again in a blink of an eye.It is really hard not to fall in love with this way of sailing, this Verado 400 quad rig is really addictive.We stop, I prepare my drone for my shooting, I make it take off and, fortunately, a thought comes to me and, just a second before I give the green light to the captain, I invite him not to go fast.Otherwise, I would not have been able to keep up with him.......................................................................................................Mercury Verado 400 : all the numbers of the test RPM Speed Fuel Consumption RPM Speed (mph) Speed(knots)Gallons/hour Liters/hour Liters/hour per each engine Liters/nautical mile Liters/nautical mile per each engine 600 4.5 3.9 2.7 10.2 2.6 2.6 0.7 1,000 7.4 6.4 5.7 21.6 5.4 3.4 0.8 1,500 8.6 7.5 8.9 33.7 8.4 4.5 1.1 2,000 9.9 8.6 11.8 44.7 11.2 5.2 1.3 2,500 15.3 13.3 17.2 65.1 16.3 4.9 1.2 3,000 21.1 18.3 21.1 79.9 20.0 4.4 1.1 3,500 32.0 27.8 32.4 122.8 30.7 4.4 1.1 4,000 40.4 35.1 42.0 159.1 39.8 4.5 1.1 4,500 48.0 41.7 51.1 193.6 48.4 4.6 1.2 5,000 54.0 46.9 68.4 258.9 64.7 5.5 1.4 5,500 61.0 53.0 99.4 376.3 94.1 7.1 1.8 6,000 69.2 60.1 139.0 526.2 131.5 8.8 2.2Sea Trial Conditions: 14/14-knot wind- slightly rough sea – 7 passengers on board – fuel capacity at 100%Mercury Verado 400 – Technical Specs RPM 6200-6800 Engine tyoe L6, 24-valve, DOHC Displacement 2600 cc Induction System Supercharged with charge air cooling Starting Smart Start Electric Gear ratio 1,75:1 Alternator output 80 Ah Dry Weight 668lbs (303kg)Built for ultimate performance when the weather refuses to cooperate. The 39 can run and fish with the big dogs in any condition. Designed for triple or quad outboard power, hard core anglers will appreciate the extra wide-beam of 11’6”, which allows the 39 to offer a spacious and well-designed platform. It also comes with all the storage space you will ever need, while creating a layout that is as functional fishing as it is in entertaining. In addition to being a serious fishing machine, the 39 features a stand-up head and shower. If you seek the ultimate in performance and style, with a surprising level of comfort thrown in, the Yellowfin 39 has you covered on all fronts.

Specifications

  • Current Price$598,999
  • Year2018
  • Length39'8"
  • Hull MaterialFiberglass
  • Fuel Capacity564|gallon
  • Beam11.5 ft
  • Location (city)Seminole
  • Location (state)FL
  • Location (country)US

Essential Information

  • MLS® #6999822
  • Model39
  • Builder
  • Title18 Quad Mercury 400r's 150HRS
  • TypePower
  • Sub-TypeCenter Consoles
  • StatusActive

Hull

  • Dry Weight13,000 lb

Engine 1

  • TypePower
  • Fuelunleaded

Standard Equipment
  • Gemlux Flush Mount Cleats
  • SS Pop Up Bow Light
  • Under Gunwale Courtesy Lights
  • Hydraulic Power Steering
  • Console and Combing Cushions
  • Rule 1100 GPH Baitwell Pumps
  • 2 Rule 2000 Bilge Pumps
  • SS D-Rings
  • Gemlux 2'' Gas Fills
  • 4 Gemlux Rod Holders
  • Gemlux Ball Valves
  • High Performance K Plane Trim Tabs
  • Lighted Digital Fly by Wire Switch Panel
  • Tinned Copper Wiring
  • Deutsch Connectors
  • O-ring Gutter System
  • Gemlux SS Thru-Hull Fittings
  • T-top with 7 Rod Holders
  • Saltwater Wash Down
  • 80 Gallon Livewell Aft
  • 530 Qt macerated Fish Box
  • 40 Gallons Fresh Water 82 Ga Optional
  • Toilet and Shower
Disclaimer
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