Closed Bow

  • Hull design: ventilated triple step deep V
  • Overall/Centerline length: 39'
  • Beam: 8' 6"
  • Cockpit depth: info to be confirmed
  • Deadrise: 24 degrees
  • Standard fuel capacity: 200 gallons
  • Twin engine
  • Approximate weight with engine and trailer: 15,500 lbs
  • In production since 2008
Click to read the full article from Speedboat Magazine, May 2017 issue.

Click to read the full article from Speedboat Magazine, May 2017 issue.

"INSTANT CLASSIC - Lavey Craft's stunning new offshore V-bottom, the 39 EVO, is an absolute dream. Lavey Craft decided to jump into the true offshore V-bottom market with it's new 39 EVO, which resembled its race-inspired 28 EVO sibling with a half-canopy wraparound windshield. The triple-step V-bottom performed well on the Colorado River and featured Lavey Craft's trademark - outstanding craftsmanship.
A cool boat to say the least, it didn't just look like a sweet ride, it performed like one."

Powerboat Magazine, August 2008

"Lavey Craft's new 39 offshore V-bottom delivered stunning performance in mouthwatering style.
Lavey Craft rocked the race course first with their 2750 NuEra and then again with their 28 Evo. The company then took what they learned out on the course and applied it to their newest and largest model yet, a 39-foother. Perfection takes time, and it took Lavey Craft about two eyars to design and tool the new 39 Evo, both elements which are done in-house.
We can tell Lavey Craft spent a lot of time on their new model. From the flawless gelcoat, tooling, and fiberglass work to its astonishing performance, styling, and rigging, the new 39 Evo is everything we've come to expect from Lavey Craft. We loved the poker run feel while sitting in the cockpit and the amazing performance produced with the help of Mercury Racing. Lavey Craft simply blew us away with their precision craftsmanship and attention to detail."

Hot Boat Magazine, October 2008

"Lavey Craft picked this interesting time in history to release the biggest, fastest, most complex boat ever to wear the Lavey name badge, with the incredible 39' half canopy EVO. It is quite simply one of the finest performance boats ever to back down a ramp."

Performance Boats Magazine, March 2009