There are two primary configurations of the 33 Mag Bay, a shorter console version tailored to the diehard fisherman and a longer console version for those wishing to do more cruising.
Of course, you have the ability to choose any console combination you would like to best suit your needs. There are plenty of semi-custom options that can be ordered from the factory to make it your perfect boat.
These new center console boats have a length of 33’ 6” and feature a roomy 10’ beam. The deadrise at the transom is 22-degrees and the displacement is approximately 10,000-pounds. Fuel capacity of 338-gallons and a 38-gallon freshwater tank allows you to rinse off after a dive or wash off your fishing gear.
Insulated fish boxes, dry storage and pressurized livewells are all standard features on the Mag Bay.
A customizable aluminum T-top with an integrated electronics box is standard. Stainless steel and powder-coated options are available.
Large consoles in two designs have plenty of room for state-of-the-art electronics and user-friendly controls and switches. A glove box storage area includes usb-ports and engine start and stops. Optional fiberglass or hand built teak helm pods really add a tasteful touch to the boat.
Purposely overbuilt, the focus of Mag Bay Yachts is to build the finest center console possible using only the best materials available to the industry. All rigging and wiring is done after the boat is assembled to ensure that the runs are accessible for future rigging. This results in a little more work at the factory, but infinitely better for the customers on the end. The boat is built to or above all NMMA/ABYC standards.
“We’re not afraid to put in the extra time and effort to build a better quality boat. It doesn’t matter if it’s an area that will never be seen, it’s going to be finished off the right way the first time.”