One of the first builders to adapt and capitalize on the design and structural possibilities of fiberglass construction techniques, Stamas Yacht has a longstanding history of refining to match a changing marketplace. After more than 60 years in the business, the family owned and operated company continues to approach boat building with time honored traditions, yet still introduces innovative hull designs assembled with the latest construction techniques and highest quality materials. Over the course of their lengthy history, Stamas has been credited with numerous innovations that have since become industry standards, and the Tarpon Springs based company shows no signs of slowing.
Designed for serious fishermen who want a hardcore platform that’s above all else safe and comfortable in all sea conditions, the 390 Tarpon is seriously over-built and capable of handling whatever comes its way. All Stamas boats are built with 2-inch kiln dried and pressure treated Douglas fir stringers that are completely encapsulated in fiberglass and laminated into the hull. Continuous reinforcing of the hull is accomplished though a process that bonds a seamless, fiberglass sealed core to the deck and all horizontal surfaces. Additionally, the consistency and uniformity of their lamination schedule results in the optimum glass-to-resin ratio for ultimate strength and structural soundness. Furthermore, all stringer systems, transoms and inner liners are installed while the hull is still in the mold, ensuring a true running surface and proper fitment of all parts.
While the 390 Tarpon looks like a typical center console, it features a larger than life console cabin that includes a queen-size bed, built-in microwave, refrigerator and head. On deck, the spacious layout provides incredible fishability with unobstructed mobility without sacrificing comfort. In the bow you’ll find a multi-position seating configuration that converts from a lounging pad, to a dining area with a pedestal supported table, to a full casting deck. Aft of the helm you’ll find a combination leaning post with three captain’s chairs and a bait station with freshwater sink and 50-gallon recirculating livewell.
The largest model in the Tarpon line, the 390 features graceful lines, modern innovations, impressive fit and finish, and semi custom features to please the most discerning owners. For a closer look, schedule a sea trial at the upcoming Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show. Stamas Yacht, Stamas.com
– L.O.A. 41’2″
– Beam 12’6″
– Draft 21″
– Fuel Capacity 410 gal
– Weight 13,400 lb
– Max HP 900
– MSRP $287.843 (Factory Direct)
*Model may be shown with optional features
Lewmar V2 Windlass
Manually hauling an anchor can be a real chore, but if your vessel is outfitted with a windlass you’ll never stress when it’s time to haul the hook. Making anchor retrieval fast and easy, Lewmar’s V2 is a low profile, vertical windlass that features a design which conceals the drivetrain below deck. User-friendly features for safe operation include a manual override and chain release, cone clutch for smooth control and fall safe gypsy lock to eliminate accidental deployment while running. Available in 12V and 24V configurations for all types of vessels up to 48-feet in length