Albemarle 29 Express
Albemarle Boats introduces its new 29 Express, featuring a unique blend of hardcore fishing amenities and the comforts of home in a compact package.
With a dry weight of approximately 13,000 pounds, this is a stout boat that will run fast, efficiently, and keep with Albemarle’s mantra of providing boats that are “Always
Dry and Always Comfortable.” Powered by twin 350-hp Yamaha engines and carrying 310 gallons of fuel, the 29 Express boasts a 30-plus knot cruise and nearly 400 miles of range.
The helm area has seating for three via a single pedestal helm chair, and dual bench seat to port with folding bolsters. The helm dash is roomy and will easily contain a 22-inch
display while the molded one-piece fiberglass windshield with frameless glass provides unobstructed view from the helm. There’s also an access hatch to a mechanical/electrical
room which can house a generator.
The large 65-square-foot cockpit boasts a standard transom door and folding cockpit seating. There is mezzanine style aft-facing seating, ample tackle storage and an optional cockpit galley with electric grill. A 25-gallon drink box, two 56-gallon in-deck fish boxes with macerators and a transom door complement the list of standard equipment. Other cockpit features include a rigging station and dedicated pump room. The cabin area features an American cherry wood-trimmed interior, a well-equipped galley with solid surface countertops, sleeping accommodations forward for a crew of four, and a separate stand-up head with shower and solid surface countertop. Contact: Albemarle Boats at 252-482-7600 or visit www.albemarleboats.com.
Beam: 10’ 6"
Draft (Hull): 27”
Fuel Capacity: 320 gallons
Water Capacity: TBD
Mag Bay 33
Based in Adelanto, California, Mag Bay Yachts has quickly established itself as a builder of premium quality center console craft. It was started by Michael
Howarth and his son Barrett, who together with Henry Morschladt and Greg Bourque of Cabo Yachts fame, share the same principles of quality and craftsmanship that were the foundation
of Cabo Yachts for the 16 years of their ownership. The new Mag Bay 33 is designed for serious angling while offering amenities that make it an ideal tender or cruising center console.
The Mag Bay 33 offers generous fuel capacity, lots of insulated storage space and excellent performance all in a platform that offers a stylish design. Deck and seating configuration
can be tailored to fit the needs of the owner, whether looking for a bluewater fishing platform, cruising day boat or tender. A starboard-side dive door is an available option, while
forward of the console, a bench seat sun pad can be installed. Additional forward and aft seating configurations are available as well.
The console features a spacious helm with room for two 17-inch displays, a standard Ongaro wheel and a choice of teak, fiberglass or carbon fiber pods are available. The leaning post includes rod holders, sink and bait prep station and a slide-out Frigid rigid cooler, all standard. Tackle storage systems can be tailored to meet needs of offshore anglers and includes two, six-tray units or a combination of two storage drawers. Other standard features include a 70-gallon livewell, three large fish boxes, fresh and raw water washdown, electric head and LED spreader lights. There’s also room for adding a Seakeeper 3 gyrostabilizer. Contact: Mag Bay Yachts at 760-217-0062 or visit www.magbayyachts.com.
LOA: 33’ 6"
Fuel Capacity: 338 gallons
Water Capacity: 38 gallons