New on the Market. Triton’s 351 is the largest center console in the line. She’s a powerful fishboat ideal for hungry anglers looking for a boat that can do it all. The 351’s sharp bow flare and chine design easily pushes water aside to deliver a dry ride and get you over to the fish in tournament style. This 2006 35 Triton 351 CC is a fishing machine. Powered by triple 250HP Evinrudes. Tarpon Tower, Outriggers, 26 Rod Holders, Autopilot, and many more features. Good condition, runs great. At this price, it won't last long.
Contact Capt. Greg Weiss with Intracoastal Yacht Sales located at the Charleston City Marina in downtown Charleston, SC. Call (843) 607-2439 or email at email@example.com
If big fish and blue water are on your agenda, then you deserve to head offshore aboard the Triton 351 CC. This rugged 35-foot center console has it all. The open, uncluttered layout is a study in versatility. Its equally suited to a caster or jig fisherman as it is to the guy who trolls a six-rod spread. Triton designers made the most of the broad ten-foot beam with plenty of integrated storage, a huge high output baitwell, plus china head and sink below the console. Yet of all the outstanding features on the 351 CC, this model will leave an indelible impression its ability to handle a sea. Thanks to an advanced deep-vee hull design, this rugged 750HP sportfisherman is a wave shredding, spray shedding fishing machine.
Unibody construction, Zero Flex stringer systems, and one inch of polyurethane coating makes a hull that rides rock solid and strong enough for a limited lifetime warranty. Years of tournament fishing and listening to owner feedback has created a monster competitor in the 351CC.
The 351 measures in at 34’10” length overall and carries a beam width of 10 feet. She weighs in at 8,000 lbs. dry and has a transom deadrise of 24 degrees. Transom height is 25-30” and draft is a skinny 24 inches. She carries a maximum of 355 gallons of fuel and can carry up to 18 gallons of fresh water. Baitwell capacity is 50 gallons in the leaning post well and 31 gallons in the aft well. There is a 500 quart fish box up front and 220 quart fish box in the aft section.
Up front the 351 has an anchor locker and a fender locker. Three pop-up cleats are at the bow for the anchor and the bow lines in the slip. Bow lockers have removable rod racks and are insulated for fish boxes. The forward fish box is in the floor between these lockers with a locker just aft big enough for a five gallon bucket and more gear. An ice chest is forward of the helm station and under gunwale rod racks are in the center on both sides. Six more rods can be stored in racks aft of these at the stern on both sides. A hatch in the floor of the stern allows easy access to the mechanicals and bilge service items. In the center of the stern is another fish box/storage box, and to starboard is the stern baitwell with tuna tubes.
At the Controls
The helm station is an ergonomic high tech control station. A large vertical wall provides good room for flat panel electronics. Stainless steel cup holders and three 12 volt sockets are here for portable gear. Zero Effort controls can be added as an option, especially with triple outboards. The boat has multi-level footrests so everyone can relax on the leaning post seat underway. The batteries, battery switches and K-plane pumps are mounted high out of the bilge in the leaning post. On the back of the leaning post is the primary bait station with 50 gallon capacity and redundant 1,100 gph pump. The T-top kept everyone protected from the sun during our test run. There is a full walk-in head in the helm console with sink, rod holders and more storage for gear. If you are looking for a top-end offshore fishboat check out the Triton 351CC
@ Charleston City Marina
17 Lockwood Dr.
Charleston, SC 29401