The Flying J, low-hour, 4 stateroom, 67′ Carolina Custom Sportfish is offered in turnkey condition. The most striking feature of the Flying J is the amazing cockpit and mezzanine. The flybridge over-hang provides ample shade for the mezzanine and the cockpit is roomy enough for six anglers plus crew to fish comfortably. The Flying J is a smooth-riding boat built by James Gillikin on Harker’s Island, NC. The Flying J then made the short trip to Jarrett Bay Boatworks for mechanical, mezzanine, and teak deck installation. The renowned boat builders at Jarrett Bay Boatworks set the engines, generators, shafts and faired/painted the boat from rub rail up. The Flying J is a must-see Custom Carolina Sportfish!
Stepping on the Flying J the first thing you notice is the giant cock-pit and spacious flybridge. Entering from the port side of the mezzanine, the main salon offers a large L-shaped custom leather sofa to starboard. Opposite the sofa is the entertainment area with a 46" pop-up flatscreen TV. Moving forward, the galley is equipped with cherry cabinetry and a spacious dinette with teak & holly flooring. The galley has four under-mount refrigeration and freezer drawers, a stainless steel sink, microwave/convection oven, 2-burner cooktop, ample storage for dry goods, and granite countertops. Leaving the galley and heading down the companionway stairwell the spacious master stateroom is to starboard with a large queen-size berth, a cedar-lined hanging closet, chest of drawers, LED lighting, flatscreen TV, and a spacious full head & shower with teak & holly flooring. To the port are 2 guest staterooms with over under bunks and a day head with a full shower, granite countertop, and teak & holly flooring. The forward VIP stateroom has a large queen-size bed, a cedar-lined hanging closet, drawer space, a flatscreen TV, LED lighting, and large full head and shower with teak and holly flooring.
Cockpit and Mezzanine
The cockpit and mezzanine of the Flying J are amazing. The flybridge over-hang provides ample shade for onlookers relaxing on the mezzanine while there still being enough room in the cock pit for six anglers plus crew with room to spare. Starboard side of the mezzanine seating area is dry storage and a large stainless-lined freezer. The port side of the mezzanine holds the Tackle station with sink and a mezzanine jump seat with storage. The mezzanine deck holds a large fish box/ice hold with ice dump as well as insulated drink box. A large transom fish box could easily be converted to a tuna tube set-up for the boat owners in the Gulf of Mexico or Cabo San Lucas. There is also a separate large transom live well and transom door.
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