THIS 3400 ONE OWNER READY FOR A NEW HOME
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MUST SELL OWNER DOESN'T NEED 2 BOATS!
The 3400 CC is the boat so many anglers and families have been seeking for the optimal fishing and cruising experience. This Hydra-Sport delivers when it comes to combining that perfect balance between both. Top notch performance, with superb handling, the 3400 CC provides a smooth ride whether you're fishing or cruising.
The Hydra-Sports 3400 CC is certainly a boat you could fall in love with at first sight. And for someone who is sick and tired of nothing but white, the red hull was a very welcome sight indeed.
When Hydra-Sports Custom was designing the 3400 CC, it looked to the owners of its previous 3300 CC for input on improvements. With over 500 owners to consult, Hydra-Sports got plenty of feedback, which led to one very practical and pretty boat. Step into this sporty center-console and you’ll have already seen her most popular feature: a dock door to starboard that opens and closes by flipping two simple latches. From boarding family members conveniently to landing giant tuna and swimming children alike, such a door appeals to the fisherman and the family man. Another head-nodding-cool feature is the foldaway bench in the stern. It provides a view of all the action from the most stable spot under way. As soon as a game fish is hooked up, the bench folds up and stows neatly. The space in this center-console’s compartment is above average in size. It makes using the head or accessing the back of the helm’s electronics a little less of an acrobatic feat.
So let’s take a close look at the layout and see what the 3400 CC brings to the table. Starting at the stern, the first notable feature is the flat deck in the engine well. It runs all the way across the transom and you wouldn’t believe how convenient that little feature is when it comes time to work on your engines, or even when removing the engine covers. Three rocket launchers with powder coated bases are just above, and on the back of the transom. Right at the transom door is a fresh-water washdown for quick cleanups when swimming or diving. At the top of the transom to starboard is a compartment housing a hose bib for the raw water washdown, room to coil a hose, and a small cutting board over a space to store wire leaders, or other items you might need to get to right away. Below is storage for Plano tackle drawers and next to that, a great feature…a pull out “tackle trash” receptacle to keep monofilament from going into the water.
In the center of the transom is a flip-down rumble seat. I liked how the padded bolster lifts to form a comfortable backrest, making this a great seat for riding out to the canyons. Just behind is a hatch covering the fuel manifolds. Below the deck is a standard Hydra-Sports feature, a convenient pump room housing all bilge pumps, live well pumps, and raw water washdown pumps. I like how the hatch has a channel to direct water to an overboard drain that supplements the oversized scuppers of the self bailing cockpit. Padded bolsters run 360-degrees around the cockpit. Under the gunwales is lockable rod storage, and down low is a toe rail for hooking your feet under for an extra dose of safety.
The rigging station features a powder coated grab handle mounted on the lid. Under is a cutting board next to a large 50 gallon (189.3L) live well, painted blue and aerated, with an adjustable water level tube on the right side. At waist level is another grab handle running the full length of the rigging station. The sides house storage drawers. The helm features three-across seating with drop-down seats that wrap around you for sustained high-speed operation. The boat is operated from the center seat.
To the left of the helm is a removable panel that houses the stereo and three rows of rocker switches. Digital throttle controls are to the right and mounted on a 45-degree angle. Trim tab controls are to the right. Looking ahead, a glass windshield, not plastic, so there’s zero distortion, with a wiper/washer. Under the gunwales, and amidships are pull-out storage bins that Hydra-Sports calls “potato bins”. They’re quite convenient, and serve the dual purpose of allowing access to the underside of the gunwale mounted hardware. There is also dedicated storage for a fire extinguisher. Inside the console are a head, battery switches, house batteries, a hatch in the bulkhead to access the electronics installation at the helm, a porcelain head with standard overboard pump out, and a stainless steel sink.
Jariden is absolutely beautiful boat.
*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
42' Hydra-Sports Siestsa 2014
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States