About Jupiter Boats
What you need to know about Jupiter Boats for Sale
Founded in 1989 Jupiter boats have made a name amongst the other boats in the fishing boat industry. The company, started by Carl Herndon started the business with the a 31’ Jupiter. Since this introduction, the company has remained strong with the introduction of several Flats, Open Concepts and various models catering to the marine boating market. If you are seeking Jupiter boats for sale, here is what you need to know.Read More
A dry ride
One of the key benefits to people owning Jupiter boats for sale is that they are extremely dry, even when the boat reaches high speeds. The ability to run in harsh waters, specifically offshore in the Gulf and in the Atlantic, has created a loyal fanbase. The design of the hull with a system to route excess water away from the boat is the primary reason for the dry ride. Additionally, the seating on the vessels tend to be central to the boat. That being stated, the outside transom seating may get a bit wet when the waters are high.
Further minimizing of the wet ride can be found in the width and the depth of the sides of the boat. While some vessels have barely enough room for the rock holders and then a few inches before the deck, the HFS, for example, has ample space for the rod holders plus a few inches. Then you have the dive door and about 4 inches before the deck.
Boat Models available
The Jupiter boats for sale include a Jupiter 25 bay boat, Jupiter 26’ FS, Jupiter 30 HFS, Jupiter 34 HSF, Jupiter 38’ HSF, Jupiter 41’ SB and a Jupiter 41’ EX. The bay boat has the design of the center console boat combined with the traditional bay boat. This means that you have the higher gunnels, flush decks, and tournament size live wells, but you also have he ability to navigate into shallow water. The design of the Jupiter 25’ Bay allows the boat to be used in both freshwater as well as in Saltwater. Like most of the boats available from this manufacturer, the bay boat has the option of the second tier control station.
When you start to get to the larger boats, you will find that a great deal of the design is an extension of the bow for a casting deck. The Jupiter 41EX exemplifies this design. While it is true that the transom and the cabin have adequate space, the bow is rather long. Why? Because when you get to the larger Jupiter angler craft, you get the combination of a center console and a cabin cruiser. The space under the bow is all cabin space made of luxury materials and high quality wood.
Bluntly placed on the manufacture’s site is their partnership with Yamaha. All of the boats that you may purchase from this manufacturer will be equipped with the 4-stroke engines from that company. Most of the configurations have trip 300 to 350 configurations, apart from the smaller bay boat which would have too much power should a 350HP outboard engine be used. If you find that the Jupiter boat you purchase has anything other than a Yamaha engine, it is a post production addition to the vessel. You should check the warranty information when such is the case.
Where can you purchase Jupiter boats for sale
Should you wish to find Jupiter boats for sale, consider looking at the selection of pre-owned Jupiter boats for sale from Vessel Vendor. Vessel Vendor specializes in pre-owned boats listed by boat enthusiasts. Our site offers not only the sale of such vessels, but also useful information to help you pick the best boat for your location. Buyers are encouraged to seek information about specific boats on the boat review page, information about manufacturers on the manufacturer review page (such as this), and find out the best location for your preferred boat on the location pages.
Are you looking to sell your Jupiter boat? Vessel Vendor’s platform allows you to maximize your selling potential by offering your listing to a dedicated target audience. Since our site is focused solely on the boating industry and boating services, those who visit our site are primarily boat enthusiasts who are seeking a new vessel. Our site strives to place these qualified buyers with listers.