2014 BLACKFIN 34 TE (Tournament Edition)



Length: 34’
Beam: 10’
Draft: 1’10”
Fuel: 334 gal.
Water: 50 gal.
Deadrise: 22.5⁰
Weight: 10,500
Max HP: 900 HP


All fiberglass composite construction
Forward 6 ft. in-deck insulated fish box, 210 gal.
Port and starboard forward in-deck insulated storage boxes
Transom port and starboard insulated fish boxes, 110 gal. each
Single level cockpit
Bow hanging anchor locker for boat anchor
Salt water washdown system (installed with pump and nozzle)
Fresh water washdown system (installed with pump, nozzle, water fill and 50 gal. tank)
Coaming bolsters, 360⁰
Transom door
Transom swim ladder
Choice of hull colors
15-year Limited Structural Hull Warranty


Lighted compass
Hardtop with powder coated aluminum frame and LED lighting
Console panel with gauges
Toggle switches with lights
Forward console seat with cushion
Helm seat with tackle storage and five (5) rod holders
Electronics enclosure with flip-up entry hatch


Head with 12 gal. holding tank and macerator
Fully recessed trim tabs
Leaning post insulated livewell, 50 gal.
Two (2) transom livewells with pump and overboard drain, 50 gal. each
Four (4) Odyssey gel 3150 batteries
Power-assist hydraulic tilt steering system
One (1) 12-volt outlet and one (1) 110-volt outlet
Sea chest with three (3) livewell pumps
Battery charger
Fuse panel box inside console
Two (2) Electric bilge pumps


316 stainless steel hardware
Stainless steel thru-hull fittings above water line
Five (5) rod holders S/S mounted on hardtop
Eight (8) rod holders S/S mounted on console
Four (4) rod holders S/S mounted on gunwale
Four (4) flush-mounted cup holders
Flush-mounted stainless steel fuel and water fill
Five (5) 10-inch 316 S/S pop-up cleats
Aluminum fuel tank, 334 gal., center-mounted
Two (2) fire extinguishers

2007 Yellowfin 23T

Twin Mercury Verado 175hp

2007 Yellowfin 23T

Twin Mercury Verado 175hp

23 Offshore

Designed for the 23-foot-and-under king mackerel tournament circuit, the Yellowfin 23 is a hardcore hot rod worthy of checkered flags, regardless of the trophy. I joined company president Wylie Nagler for a ride across a very frothy Sarasota Bay on the west coast of Florida. An unseasonable cold front had whipped the water into a confused three- to four-foot chop, but Nagler and I stayed bone-dry in all headings, and the entire ride was featherbed soft. In short, the boat passed its real-world test with flying colors. “Some manufacturers try to build fishing boats from go-fast hulls, but our philosophy has always been to design fishing boats that go fast,” Nagler said. “Our padded stepped-hull design delivers unequaled speed and rough-water performance, plus it’s very fuel-efficient with either single or twin engines.
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Standard Equipment

Gemlux flush Mount cleats
SS Pop up Bow Light
Under Gunwale Courtesy Lights
Hydraulic Steering
Console and Combing Cushions
Rule Pumps
1100 GPH Baitwell
1200 GPH Bilge
SS D-Rings
Gemlux 2” Gas Fills
4 gunwale Rod Holders
High Performance Trim Tabs