Strike Yachts 35 Open

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FSF Staff January 26, 2009

Step aboard a Strike 35 and step aboard angling paradise. Instantly you’ll realize that you’re on a fishing platform designed for hardcore offshore enthusiasts. With a 40-gallon livewell/fishbox located in the transom, three additional in-deck fishboxes and a fiberglass/epoxy fuel tank that holds 300-gallons, Strike’s 35 leaves nothing to be desired when it comes to fishy features. The distinguishing low profile of the 35 was engineered specifically for the ability to comfortably and safely land and release large game fish without having to extend over the gunwale – a favored and proven design of foreign billfish fleets worldwide.

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Strike Yachts 35 Open

The Strike 35 outfitted with T/380 HP Cummins diesels provides one of the most economical performances of any vessel in her class. With a fast 31-knot cruising speed, wide-open-throttle of 35-knots and fuel consumption of only 15-18 GPH, this translates into a distant cruising range of approximately 500-plus miles! With numerous options regarding power including: single inboard diesel, twin inboard diesel, triple outboard power and most recently, twin 480 HP diesels with Hamilton jet drives, you can rely on the Strike 35 to efficiently and comfortably take you to the most remote fishing destinations.

Underneath, 1.75-inch stainless steel shafts, cast bronze struts and rudders (inboard versions) all tuck into the pocket drives of the hull. In addition to reducing the angle of the shaft, the pockets also grab water and dissipate the rolling motion, another big advantage. With a 56-degree entry and 23-degree aft deadrise, getting home when the seas turn ugly is of no concern for Strike 35 owners. Built by hand one semi-custom boat at a time, Strike Yachts offers the 35 in Cuddy Cabin, Open Bow Deck and Express configurations, and with the completion of the Hamilton jet drive package, owners of the 35 can run in extremely shallow-water and literally beach the boat for a day of fun in the sun. For large yacht or expedition vessel owners, a 35 with jet drives makes an ideal tender with no drag when towed, no need to carry gasoline to fuel an outboard and a small keel which provides precise tracking. Strike Yachts,
954.596.6611, www.StrikeYachts.com

Specifications
L.O.A 37’2″
Beam 11′
Standard Power T/380 Cummins
Draft 30″
Weight 13,000 lbs.
Fuel Capacity 300 gal.
Water Capacity 25 gal.

ABOUT STRIKE YACHTS
Strike Yachts has a long tradition of handcrafting the finest sportfishing machines available. In 1977, they dropped a bomb on the boating world with the introduction of the Strike 26 Runabout. Today, Strike Yachts continues their quest for success by custom fabricating more than 10 models up to 51-feet in length, each of which meets the exacting standards of discriminating fishing enthusiasts worldwide. Each and every Strike Yacht is handcrafted from the keel up for superior performance and maximum fishability. Strike Yachts feature the highest-grade fittings and hardware with all of the quality features experts demand. Strike owners, some of the most loyal in the industry, know that no detail is overlooked and that what is typically offered as an option from other manufacturers is standard equipment on a Strike. After all, fishing is boring without a Strike!

Other Models from STRIKE YACHTS:
26, 29, 35, 37, 44 and 51 in Open, Center-Console, Walk-Around & Express configurations.

1. POWER
The large center-console covers the inboard power plants and features access hatches on all four sides, making routine maintenance a breeze. With inboards, the propeller pockets offer a better shaft angle for performance and a shallow draft of 30″ not found with most inboard boats in this class. (Available with twin or triple outboards).

2. CENTER CONSOLE
The console comes standard with a custom ignition, gauge and electronics panel (in your choice of color) with enough surface area to mount an array of electronics that will make the big boys envious.

3. OPEN BOW
With the Strike 35 Open Deck layout, just outside the cabin are port and starboard seats. The enclosed head compartment comes standard with holding tank, breaker panel, storage cubbies and storage locker.

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