SeaVee’s Z series features twin-stepped hulls, and in the case of the 340Z that means delivering speeds in the 50s for twin-engine rigs and up over 70 mph for triples. But unlike some center consoles that focus on performance, the 340Z is a hard-core fishing machine through and through. It’s also a highly customizable boat that can be set up for anything from tournament-level kite fishing, to trolling at the canyons.
Critical Fishing Features
- Four flush mount gunwale rod holders with option for up to 28
- Four leaning post rocket launchers
- Five hard top rocket launchers
- Up to 20 vertical console rod holders
- 60-gallon transom live well with options for three more
- Fresh and raw water wash-downs
- 180-gallon and 53-gallon forward fish boxes
- Two 45-gallon wing boxes forward; two 40-gallon wing boxes aft
- 60-gallon aft fish box
- Leaning post tackle station
- Rigged to the teeth, this boat probably has the ability to haul more rods — 42 in all if you opt for in-deck rod boxes, and that’s excluding gunwale rod holders — than any other center console of its size.
- Multiple leaning posts, live well, fish box, and tower options make this one of the most customizable boats in its class.
- Helm station is designed to accommodate a pair of big 16” MFDs side by side. However, unlike many builders SeaVee doesn’t blow up the console’s footprint to incorporate a large cabin. That means you get maximum deck space, rather than trading it off for creature comforts.
Serious hard-core blue water anglers will want to check out the 340Z, no question. And those who want a boat built specifically for the way they fish — with zero sacrifices made — will likely be signing on the dotted line.
See the SeaVee 34OZ fishing boat in action.