Yellowfin’s new 34 bridges the gap between the company’s highly acclaimed 31- and 36-foot models. Because it falls squarely between the two previous Yellowfins, it offers a little of the best of both. Like the 31, it can be easily powered by twin outboards, but like the 36, you can also hang triples on it. More choice is always a good thing.
The 34 shares another important attribute with its siblings, too: It comes with the fast, soft, dry ride that fishermen have come to expect of Yellowfin, all wrapped up in a stylish package that exhibits exemplary fit and finish. The 34 represents yet another chapter in Yellowfin’s rapid rise in the hard-core center-console marketplace.