The Jannace 430C has room to move on the bridge and in the cockpit.
Performance and style are two traits that set sportfishing convertibles apart from other types of vessels, and the Jannace 430C Sportfish is loaded with both. Designed by Charlie Jannace, the 430C features a cockpit with 110 square feet of space, a large transom bait well and a reinforced sole for fighting-chair installation. A transom door makes it easy to drag trophies aboard, while port and starboard tackle stations with a sink and freezer, respectively, frame the door to the salon. Notable fishing options include an ice machine plumbed to the fishbox or freezer plates, a tournament helm console with single-lever controls and various tower choices.
||| |—|—| |SPECIFICATIONS| |Length|43’| |Beam|15′ 6″| |Draft|4’| |Deadrise|20.5 ¿ree;| |Fuel|690 gals.| |Base Price|$776,000| |w/ twin 700-hp Caterpillar C-12 diesel engines | Standard power for the 430C comes from a pair of 700-horsepower Caterpillar C-12 diesel engines. Glendinning electronic engine controls, synchronizers and power steering add to the package. The roomy bridge has ample space for mounting electronics as well as comfortable seating for guests. Jannace builds its boats using hand-laid fiberglass construction with vinylester resin in the first three hull layers. The bottom and hull sides are cored for strength and finished with premium gelcoat.
In terms of style, the 430C shines with either a high-gloss cherry wood or classic teak interior. The standard layout comes with the galley aft with a custom desk, a guest stateroom to starboard and the master stateroom on the centerline forward. With its 690-gallon fuel capacity, standard Northern Lights genset and optional 400-gallon-per-day watermaker, this sporty convertible makes it easy to cruise to distant grounds for bluewater action. Jannace Yachts; (866) 526-6223; www.jannaceyachts.com