Hydra-Sport Boats

Hydra-Sports is an American boat builder with 40 years of experience and innovations. Hydra-Sports’ first center console boats were the first offshore hulls to use Kevlar. Hydra-Sports custom sport fishing boats combine convenience and comfort with optimal fishing features such as livewell flows and insulated cool compartments and comfortable accommodations for boaters.

About Hydra-Sports Yachts

Hydra-Sports has always been known for "No Compromises." Their livewell flows keep baits alive and frisky, insulating fish boxes, rod holder placements, engine centers, toe rails, precise rigging and wiring, installing electronics and delivering a turn key package. In the last four years Hydra-Sports realized they had been more concerned with the comfort of their bait and catch than their customers. Their bait and fish were riding in insulated cool compartments while their customers were sitting on beanbag chairs.

While still keeping all the angling appointments correct and the balance and ride correct, Hydra-Sports now concentrates on their customers' comforts: styling, dive doors and the sleek look of our current models.

 

  • Year
    Established
    1973
  • Shipyard
    Location
    Venore, Tennessee
  • Boat
    Construction
    Fiberglass
  • Boat
    Category
    Center Console
  • Worthy
    Notations
    The company makes the world's largest center consoles that offer fishability and yacht-like amenities.

Hydra-Sports Yachts By Model

Model name PRODUCTION YEARS LOA BEAM DRAFT
Hydra-Sports Vector 2900 2006 - Current 29' 0" 9' 8" 1' 10"
Hydra-Sports 2900 VX 2005 - Current 29' 8" 9' 8" 1' 10"
Hydra-Sports 3000 CC 1997 - 2000 29' 5" 8' 7" 2' 8"
Hydra-Sports 3000 CC 2012 - Current 29' 8" 9' 8" 1' 10"
Hydra-Sports 2800/3100 Sportfish 1992 - 1998 30' 1" 10' 7" 2' 3"
Hydra-Sports 3300 Sport Fisherman 1989 - 1992 32' 11" 9' 6" 1' 6"
Hydra-Sports Vector 3300 2002 - Current 33' 0" 10' 4" 2' 0"
Hydra-Sports 3300 VX 2005 - Current 33' 0" 10' 4" 2' 0"
Hydra-Sports 3300 CC 2003 - Current 33' 5" 10' 4" 2' 10"
Hydra-Sports 3400 CC 2012 - Current 33' 5" 10' 4" 2' 0"
Hydra-Sports 3500 VX 2008 - Current 34' 8" 11' 6" 2' 0"
Hydra-Sports 39 Speciale 2016 - Current 38' 11'' 10' 11'' 24''
Hydra-Sports 4100 VSF 2008 - Current 41' 0" 12' 2" 9' 2"
Hydra-Sports 4200 Siesta 2012 - Current 41' 7' 12' 2" 2' 0"
Hydra-Sports 4200 Siesta 2014 - Current 41' 7" 12' 2" 2' 0"
Hydra-Sports 5300 Sueños 2014 - Current 52' 11" 13' 0"

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