Sea Vee announced a redesign of its popular 29-foot V-hull with the introduction of the 290B. The 290B uses the company’s proprietary vacuum- assisted resin-transfer molding technology, which infuses the fully cored hull, stringers and bulkheads simultaneously. The stiffer build allows Sea Vee to reduce the number of stringers from four to two.
Standard features include an integrated engine platform with a transom door, dry storage below deck level, trim tabs, hydraulic steering and dual bilge pumps. Options include hardtops, second stations, fixed or removable seating, and many electronics choices. Captain’s Edition and Coastal leaning-post and tackle-station units are available.
New, larger, epoxy-coated aluminum fuel tanks increase fuel capacity (now 251 gallons, up from 232).
Anglers will appreciate the fully insulated fish box, high-performance 50-gallon livewell system and the dedicated pad, which allows for flush mounting large commercially rated transducers. The 290B is available in a twin-outboard configuration with max horsepower of 700.