October 11, 2020

New Model: Jarrett Bay 84 Sportfisherman Hull#60

Jarrett Bay Boatworks has recently delivered their second-largest, custom build to date: the 84-foot open bridge convertible “Reel Development”. Originally commissioned by a seasoned sportfishing family with a desire for long-range campaigns to some of the world’s hottest billfisheries, the original owners’ change in plans rendered a highly desired custom convertible two-thirds complete, with her engines, generators, gyro stabilizers and cabin top already installed. The 84-footer soon found a new owner with great ambition and vision for extensive travels and future tournament wins. The Reel Development team will be able to pursue their wildest offshore dreams with their new 84’ thanks to the 13000 liters plus of fuel capacity and efficient MTU engines generating a combined 5,200 HP. All that power propels this Jarrett Bay to a 40-knot top end while offering up a 33.5-knot cruise. Twin 38 kW Northern Lights generators provide ample power for every system and creature comfort, while the twin Seakeeper SK16 gyro stabilizers will ensure a near-zero roll experience for anglers and guests while fishing or underway. The engine room is yacht-grade finish, fully-climate controlled, set up for ease of maintenance and easily accessed directly from either the mezzanine or crew’s quarters. This 84 boasts a six meter plus of beam which affords a generous 2cockpit complete with a glass front, 210-gallon transom fish-box and live-well, and two in-deck fish boxes. Forward of the cockpit is a spacious air-conditioned mezzanine loaded with concealed storage including two large ice dumps, a freezer with bait trays, a large drink box and gaff storage.
Technical Data:
LOA - 25.6 m (84ft)
Waterline Length - 23 m
Beam - 6.60 m
Draft - 1.72 m with propellers
Displacement - 63502 kg
Fuel Capacity - 13627 l
Water Capacity - 1514 l
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x MTU 16V 2000M96L 2600hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 40 knots max 33 knots cruise
Construction - Jig cold moulded wood with fiberglass and epoxy resin coat both inside and outside
Project - Jarrett Bay Design Team

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