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The Big Fishing Boat is a unique piece of marine history that has been pictured in Steveston, B.C., Canada. Currently, there are no comments about this vessel, but you can read about the NauticStar 32XS, Maritime 250 Voyager, Paul Spencer’s 87-footer, and a NorthCoast 255HT. This boat was a gift from a local boat builder.

Nowadays there are some fantastic big fishing boats with pre-installed big game rod holders and other accessories that make the catch easy to get.

NauticStar 32XS

If you love to fish from a big fishing boat, you’ll be thrilled with the NauticStar 32XS. Its spacious aft fishing cockpit is ideal for large parties. It has a head and sleeping space for four. Its hull is designed to provide the perfect balance of comfort and performance. This boat also has plenty of storage space. It’s also easy to navigate.

Built with quality in mind, the NauticStar 32XS is equipped with cutting-edge features, including a one-piece molded foam-filled stringer grid, a 35-quart slide-out Yeti cooler, and a livewell. The NauticStar 32XS is fully finished on all sides, including the cabin. It also has an electric flush toilet, sink, and SeaDek flooring.

The console features ergonomic seating, six-speaker Fusion audio system, and dome lights. The cockpit’s spacious cockpit features a full-length fishbox, livewell, and storage. A port and starboard port side-swing-in door and a recirculating baitwell are available. The NauticStar 32XS is built to be able to run inshore and near-offshore waters and is a great boat for any fishing enthusiast.

The NauticStar 32XS is priced from $250,000 for the barebones stock, and the price won’t go up unless you add options. An optional Yamaha Helm Master would be nice, and an outrigger set would go a long way. A full complement of flush-mount rod holders is also included. A set of fenders will help you get into tight spots. A 96-gallon fuel tank will keep you going for a while.

A 251 Hybrid is designed with anglers in mind. While its sleek exterior design is ideal for family outings, it is also a tournament-ready big fishing boat. Integrated stainless steel rod holders and a transom livewell are among the boat’s many features. Two large cockpit fishboxes double as extra storage and are built to accommodate up to 21 rods. A large dashboard provides plenty of room for electronics.

Maritime 250 Voyager

The Maritime 250 Voyager big fishing boat comes with a wide variety of standard and optional features. Its standard features include bow dodger, side rails, and bolsters. It also features an insulated fishbox/storage locker and is powered by twin outboard motors. The boat also comes with a ten-year structural warranty. Maritime’s 250 Voyager is available in single or twin configurations.

The full walk-around deck provides plenty of space for inshore and offshore fishing. It also has a roomy cabin for warmth and protection from the weather. The single diesel engine is very efficient and is capable of cruising at 28 knots. It consumes only twelve gallons of fuel per hour with a full load. This boat is great for those who love to fish in the open waters. A deluxe fiberglass T-Top is also standard.

The helm is easy to operate with a portside hull side door, and there is ample storage for safety and fishing gear in the cockpit. The port side of the cockpit features a foldaway seating, and a wraparound lounge, as well as a front-facing, helm station. Plenty of rod holders and storage are available throughout, as well as an insulated fish box and live well. The head area includes a removable watersports tow bar and a standard windlass with anchor, rod, and chain.

The Maritime 250 Voyager also boasts a dependable Yamaha F225/4.2L V6 for its powertrain. The boat also boasts a 96-gallon fuel tank, which is more than adequate for most fishing trips. A 15-gallon aft livewell can be used for fishing, as well as a 140-quart insulated fishbox under the starboard bow bench seat. A multitude of flush-mount rod holders and storage drawers ensure that every angler has plenty of room to set up his or her equipment.

Another highlight of the Maritime 250 Voyager is the comfortable helm, with two adjustable captain’s chairs and a table storage compartment behind the helm station. The cockpit has a blacked-out command center that houses a 22-inch Garmin display and JL Audio M6 sound system with MVi DSP amps. There’s also a spacious, double-bolstered helm seat, porcelain toilet, and plenty of storage.

Paul Spencer’s 87-footer

If you love the sweeping lines of a big fishing boat, then you’ll love Paul Spencer’s 87-footer. The Spencer hull is the perfect combination of speed and comfort. The signature Spencer engine vents and the window line gives this big fishing boat a distinctive style. The hull also features an impressively large bow. The Spencer 87 has an incredible bow flare. It’s a truly great boat to spend long days on the water.

While there are many custom fishing boats out there, none compare to the one built by Paul Spencer. With his 22-year experience as a sport fisherman, his 87-footer is the ultimate luxury boat for your next fishing trip. Its interior is lined with exotic African bubinga wood. The air-conditioning vents are made from authentic alligator skin. The boat is so luxurious, it’s nearly impossible to believe that the owner built it himself.

There’s nothing more exciting than getting out in your new Spencer fishing boat. Spencer boats are well-known for their durability and quality. And they come with plenty of amenities, too. You can find everything you need for a successful fishing trip on Spencer’s 87-footer. It has a big cockpit, plenty of storage, and a spacious interior. Whether you prefer a traditional layout or an open, airy design, you’re sure to find a boat that’s ideal for you.

The Spencer boat is designed and built by Paul. The boat’s lines, details, and bottom shape are created by him. He then has the team of Applied Concepts draw the hull on CAD-CAM. Another vendor cuts out the plywood sections using a five-axis router. The boat is finished in a matter of days. One of the most interesting things about Paul Spencer’s 87-footer is that he is a charter-boat captain and boat builder.

A pod-drive system helps to eliminate prop wash. It improves the steering and raises fish as well as inboards. And as proof, Spencer points to his own boat, Betsy. With four 1,150-hp Caterpillar C18 diesels and a ZF Pod 4000 drive, this boat can easily maneuver. The crew caught 250 blue Marlin in a 13-month period.

NorthCoast 255HT

If you’re looking for a big, versatile boat for fishing, the NorthCoast 255HT is the perfect solution. This hardtop model features plenty of headroom, including a 6′ 2″ headroom at the helm, an Edson wheel, and room for electronics and other gear. There’s also an opening windshield and two tackle bins, and four stainless-steel rod holders.

The 255HT’s cabin is smaller than the 285HT’s cabin, but it’s still very comfortable. It’s capable of sleeping four comfortably, and its private enclosed head is spacious. The cabin also features a generous V-Berth. This model is also built to withstand rough waters, with optional shore power. A galley package, complete with a sink, a dual-voltage fridge, and microwave, is also available. This model has great visibility, as well as a wide deck. With an optional Twin 250’s the 255HT has 60-mph top speed.

The Yamaha F250 outboards power the 255HT. They can reach 56 mph on top end and run at 17 mpg. A 159-gallon fuel tank provides plenty of room for storage and fishing equipment. Whether you’re heading out for a day of fishing or just a weekend with the family, the NorthCoast 255HT will help you catch big fish.

Besides the 255HT’s comfortable cabin and deck, this big fishing boat also offers an extra-large working cockpit. It’s also equipped with two 139-quart macerated fish boxes, a live bait well, and two tackle bins. The 255HT also includes two 12-inch touch screens that help you navigate the boat. There’s also a comfortable padded coaming rail and an anchor windlass with foot controls.

The 255HT’s bow entry angle is 22 degrees and its transom is 62 degrees, which give it an extremely smooth and easy ride. The cabin is below a raised deck area, which increases headroom. It also features large side windows that provide excellent visibility in all directions. The enclosed helm area has room for electronics and comfortable helm chairs. The hull is coated with diamond-pattern nonskid surfaces. The 255HT offers two-tone color choices and is available in gray and blue.

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