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  • 771 W Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33060
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  • Mon - Fri 9.00 AM - 4 PM
  • 771 W Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33060
  • +1 954-788-2900
$49 000

1998 Marlin 350 SF

Fuel type
Hull material

1998 MARLIN 350 SF


Brand new upholstery in this dry-stored Marlin 350 SF powered by Twin-300 hp Mercurys. This is a much sought after hull similar to those of the Dakotas and the Jefferson Marlago center console versions. 

8x rod holders/launchers – recessed stainless steel cleats. T-top. V-berth cabin sleeps 2. 

Large livewell beneath the back of the helm bench seat, plus second smaller livewell by the transom and underdeck fishbox. ACR remote spotlight, Lenco trim tabs with position indicator switches, tilt-able stainless helm wheel, and more.


Marlin has not cut corners on its 35-footer. In fact the boat successfully combines a performance edge with traditional offshore fishing ability. It’s a center console designed expressly for the angler who wants both speed and stability, along with a friendly price tag.

Marlin uses a 1/4” thick high-density foam core made of pre-expanded polyester resin filled with hollow microspheres. The foam is sprayed between the layers of mat and woven roving. In addition to creating a rigid hull, the foam is lightweight. It affects the displacement of this 35 footer, which is almost one-third less than other center consoles its size. And lighter weight can put a few more mph on the top end.

The 350 is designed from the keel up for outboard power. The fiberglass engine bracket is an ensign of the running bottom. Box stringers – which extend from the bow to the aft end of the bracket – strengthen the one-piece configuration. Longitudinals are fiberglass-encapsulated sprayed foam core. The hull is a deep-V with 24 degrees of deadrise at the transom, yet lateral stability is good, thanks to a 9’4” beam.

With her twin 300 Mercury outboards the tops out at over 50 mph and cruises comfortably at 34 mph around 4,000 rpm.

Hydraulic steering makes the bot easy to handle and steer even into and out of tight turns.

The center console features a flat top for add-on electronics. For units that aren’t splash-proof, there’s a large vertical area for flush-mounted electronics. Marlin also makes it easy to do the wiring. The console interior is very roomy and comfortable to work in.

Abaft the console, a molded fiberglass module serves a variety of functions. A padded seat is standard. This boat has the optional back rest for more comfort. Inside the module is a 50-gallon circulating live well with large, radiuses corners, plus a separate backup pump. And there’s a large six-drawer tackle box built into each side. 

If you want to bring home the bacon after a successful day on the water, two 4-foot long by 1-foot wide lift-out fish boxes are built into the cockpit sole. They are standard along with four angled rod holders in the gunwales. The transom interior is set up very practically. Three hatches in the forward bulkhead offer access to batteries (mounted at cockpit level, not in the bilges), switches and bilge pumps. Across the transom top, there’s a saltwater wash down and a bait-prep station with a freshwater sink and faucet.

Since the 350 is designed for the angler, the trunk cabin is low enough so the helmsman can see fishing action ahead. This keeps the interior modest, although it’s suitable for an overnight trip if you don’t mind roughing it. V-berth layout. 

The Folks at Marlin says…

The Marlin 350 SF is a high-performance, semi-custom sportfishing boat designed by blue-water fishermen. It is manufactured with top quality materials using the latest technology in modern boat building. The Marlin 350 SF is built for the angling purist who demands and appreciates reliability, performance, strength, craftsmanship, and ease of maintenance. Return trips of up to 100 miles or more offshore in four- to six-foot seas on the same day, are routine, safe, and extremely comfortable. The hand-laid fiberglass composite design is not only 38 percent lighter than other conventional fiberglass construction, but it is 167 percent stronger – and there’s no wood to rot. The list of features include a 50-gallon livewell with backup pump and light, raw and freshwater washdown, four batteries, and a lockable eye-level electronics box. Marlin customizes features to an owner’s specifications.


1998 Marlin 350 SF

Engine 1  
Engine Brand Mercury 300
Year Built 1998
Engine type Outboard
Engine/fuel type Gas
Location Starboard
Drive type Outboard
Engine power 300 HP
Engine 2  
Engine Brand Mercury 300
Year Built 1998
Engine type Outboard
Engine/fuel type Gasoline
Location Port
Drive type Outboard
Engine power 300 HP
LOA 35'6"
Beam 9'4"
Min draft 1'6"
Dry Weight 9,000 lbs
Deadrise 24° at Transom
Cruising Speed 34 MPH
Maximum Speed 55 MPH
Fresh water tanks 40 Gallons
Fuel tanks 230 Gallons


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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