Boat Specifications

Make: Majek Boats
Model: 18ft Redfish
Year: 2014
Length: 18 ft. 0 in.
Type: Bay Boats
Listing: 1413300
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The Redfish Line of Majek Boats has set the bar for shallow water performance for over two decades. Available in 3 configurations, 18', 21' and new 25', these legendary boats have earned their title as the preferred choice of the hard core Gulf Coast angler.

Each model features low sides, deep tunnels and large footprint bottoms. They are unequaled in their skinny water capabilities and their mobility to get you into the back lakes and shallow bays. Known for their efficient use of horsepower, they are quick out of the hole and surprisingly fast. These wide and spacious boats provide excellent stability and a large fishing platform. Each Redfish is made by hand one at a time. The attention to detail is unparalleled by anyone in the boat manufacturing industry. The hand laying process used at Majek Boats gives each boat added strength and durability.

Why has the Redfish Line become so popular? Professional angler Chief Tauzin has a definite opinion. "The Redfish Line is by far the shallowest running tunnel hull boat on the coast. It holds together. It's the strongest boat I’ve ever been in. We used to run other boats and had problems with them holding up. We haven't had one bit of problem with the Majeks. As much as we run them, we used to have to turn the boats every year. That's not an issue with our Majek's bottoms. They are unequaled in their skinny water"
Draft: 0 ft. 7 in.
Beam: 7 ft. 6 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 40
Max load: 750
Standard features: All specifications are approximate due to the fact that all Majek boats are completely handcrafted.

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Majek Boats
170 West
Draper, UT 84020
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