DETAILS MAKE MAG BAY THE FINEST VESSELS ON THE WATER

Custom boat quality is standard on a Mag Bay. All materials are carefully evaluated to ensure the boat is the best it can possibly be. A basic example, we use vinylester resin in 100% of the boat. Vinylester resin has stronger bonding characteristics over polyester resin, which provides additional strength and durability as the boat ages. Whereas most builders use vinylester in only the first few hull layers and finish it with polyester, Mag Bay Yachts feature vinylester resin in the construction of the entire boat including all topside and console parts. From stem to stern, you'll find custom made stainless steel hardware incorporated throughout a Mag Bay. From heavy duty hinges to custom gas spring mounts that have screw heads all turned the same way, to custom cockpit drains, Mag Bay is all about the details.

 
 

FEATURES & DESIGN

The Mag Bay 33 has a length of 33’ 6” and features a roomy 10’ beam. The dead rise at the transom is 22-degrees and the displacement is approximately 10,000-pounds. A fuel capacity of 338-gallons allows you nearly a 400 mile range 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 live wells are all standard features on the Mag Bay. A customizable aluminum T-top with an integrated electronics box is standard and stainless steel and powder-coated options are available. Our large console has 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. The choice between fiberglass, faux teak or hand made teak helm pod adds a custom touch to the boat.


A BETTER ELECTRICAL SYSTEM LAYOUT

You won't find a boat with a better electrical system layout. Each Mag Bay is meticulously wired by master marine electricians. Every wire is heat-shrunk, and clearly labeled with fuses and terminal blocks that are presented in art-like form. Throughout the boat, even where you would rarely look, you'll find wires that are neatly loomed and tucked away. The lazarrette and mechanical spaces on a Mag Bay are spacious, cleanly laid out and clearly labeled. All hose clamps are fitted with "clamp aids", and the lazarrette floor is even fitted with non-skid and glimmering gelcoat for easy cleaning. Another example of detail, take a look under our gunnels. We glass and gelcoat every joint in the boat. We're not afraid to go the extra mile where the competition wouldn’t normally look. All this careful attention to detail amounts to distinguished and unmatched quality. This has been our approach to boat building for years and we vow to carry the tradition and continuously improve in building you the best boat possible.

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CONSTRUCTION

Purposely overbuilt, the focus of Mag Bay Yachts is to build the finest center consoles and sport fishers 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.”

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POWER AND SPLENDOR

The new Mag Bay is a sight to behold. A tasteful blend of Carolina flare and tumblehome with elegant modern lines, the Mag Bay will be sure to turn heads and be the talk of the dock. The 33 comes standard with Mercury outboards with Yamaha outboard options are available. Inquiries for other power options are always welcome. Four group-31 batteries provide more than enough power for electronics, engines and modern-day accessories.

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MAG BAY SAFETY

Built solid as a rock, but just in the event of an emergency, there are two 2000 GPH bilge pumps in the aft bilge and a 900 GPH bilge under the console. The high water alarms have a red buzzing switch on the dash, to alert the captain if something were to happen while you are underway. All connectors are waterproofed and the entire boat’s wiring specs are oversized to ensure voltage continuity and prolonged life. The Mag Bay comes standard with two fire extinguishers for peace of mind.

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The patented “SVVT” hull design from Michael Peters can only be described as incredible. The boat is extremely dry, efficient and stable in all sea conditions. Virtually no bow rise, quick time to plane and lightning fast top-end speeds are just some of the highlights of this hull design.

 

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