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390 Series

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The 390 Series dares you to challenge her capabilities. Without equal offshore, this boat invokes fear in oncoming waves and the competition alike. Designed as a hardcore center console fishing boat, the 390 offers an abundance of cockpit space and plentiful storage for gear. However, SeaVee also offers an array of family friendly options, including the Luxury Boat Edition (LE) that transforms the 390 into a family cruiser sure to become the center of any gathering at the local sand bar.

Available with triple or quad outboards, twin inboard diesels, and Volvo’s IPS® system, how you choose to rig the 390 Series is totally up to you. The 390 Series is the first center console to offer Volvo IPS power as an option, and it holds the title of fastest IPS boat ever built by any manufacturer, reaching a top speed of over 50 mph. However, the 390 can go a lot faster than that. Select quad outboards to create a high performance tournament fishing machine capable of remarkable speed. Yet many customers find that triple outboards are more than sufficient and yield the best compromise between speed, range, fuel efficiency, and overall cost of ownership. The bottom line - the 390 Series offshore fishing boat raises the bar for performance and introduces an entirely new way of powering center console fishing boats.

While her shear size, performance, and power options certainly grab the headlines, it’s important to point out that the 390 Series offers a host of innovations not found on other tournament fishing boats. A unique hull-side door opens towards the bow, instead of down into the water, so you can keep the boat in gear and use it to land trophy fish, as well as getting in and out of the water without climbing over several outboards. Other clever innovations include a pneumatic actuated console door, and a selection of hideaway seats located throughout the boat.

The more time you spend aboard, the more impressed you will be by the meticulous attention to detail that went into designing the 390 Series.

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