Fountain 34 CC Performance
Fountain 34 CC Performance If you know anything about motor boats, you know this name: source Reggie. What you may not know is this race-boat-driver-converted to performance-naval champion sold more central console fishing boats in its heyday of long nose powerboats-fast boats. Except fishing boats were fast hair-in-fire, built in the upper source racing backgrounds.
The 34 CC tested clocked 62 mph in dual 350-Verad outboard. The hull step made the most of the horsepower, but the design of the source stuck in the curves, challenging the unpleasant rap some hoofs step get to slip and swap ends. We believe that the 34 CC built today is better than the best in the previous production races because the wooden stringers and crossbars are things of the past in the Fountain motor boats. The composite construction is lighter and will not rot, guaranteed.
Fuente has the same large timeless style lines as the boat enthusiasts admire, and are as good today as ever, as the design of the fountain Hull was ahead of its time since its inception.
The rudder was doubly protected, first by a beautiful hard ceiling with stereo speakers and storage boxes up, plus LED lights to put a glow on the deck at night. Even cup holders have led courtesy lights. The dash is the black performance to fight the glare, and the storage bays at the top will keep the phones secure.
Our test boat was tricked with convertible aft seats over the LiveWell with a reinforcement back fixed on the crossbar. For fishing, seat pads and backrest can be kept, and the cockpit is opened as the tournament-ready boat it is.
A double seat on the front of the console has a cooler under it, doubling its purpose. Forward, the cast-iron cover forms a 180-degree enclosure with thick reinforcements for backrests. In fact, reinforcements extend from bow to stern, beam to beam. Like the aft seat pads, you can keep the arch pads for the sandy fishing-forward, bloody action the covers. If you go to the point of fishing and go fast, leave them ashore to lighten the load and harden your fishing platform. The gunwale and the shotgun bar holders abound, and the Hardtop rocket launchers plus the sub-board storage keep convenient additional bars the cabinets on the deck and under the seats have lockable locks. The rig is made easy with dedicated tackle storage on the sides of the console, and the fish boxes are huge with pumps to drain them.
Fountain 34 CC Performance
We’re glad Reggie’s back with the fishermen at the fountain. We’re not sure about the competition.
- Head (enclosed) with holding tank, overboard discharge
- Sink, shower – fresh water – pressurized
- Dash – Carbon Panel with LED Push Button Switches
- Instrumentation – Vessel View 702, Twin or Triple Display
- Controls – Merc DTS
- Steering Wheel, stainless steel with knob
- T-Top, Fiberglass w/Storage Box
- Rod Holders (7)
- Courtesy lights (5), Bow and Stern Spreader Lights
- Powdercoated T-top frame (white)
- Simrad – Dual 16″ NSS EVO3 Displays – 4G Broadband –
- Radar (Domed) Broadband Sonar Module with
- Chirp Technology – Autopilot with Remote – RS35 Marine
- VHF Radio with Antenna – WiFi, Go Free B175 H