2011 Stamas Yachts Values, Specs and Prices

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Model Note

(*)Includes the value of the outboard motor(s).

(2016 - 1971)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
TARPON 250 25' INBD FG 1 260 5490 8'9" Diesel
TARPON 250(*) 25' OUTBD FG 1 250 4300 8'9" Gasoline
TARPON 250(*) 25' OUTBD FG 2 150 4300 8'9" Gasoline
EXPRESS 270(*) 27' OUTBD FG 2 200 5800 9'7" Gasoline
TARPON 270 27' INBD FG 1 260 6390 9'7" Diesel
TARPON 270(*) 27' OUTBD FG 1 250 5200 9'7" Gasoline
TARPON 270(*) 27' OUTBD FG 2 200 5200 9'7" Gasoline
EXPRESS 290 29' INBD FG 1 260 6800 10'4" Diesel
EXPRESS 290(*) 29' OUTBD FG 2 225 6550 10'4" Gasoline
TARPON 290 29' INBD FG 1 260 6000 10'4" Diesel
TARPON 290(*) 29' OUTBD FG 2 225 6000 10'4" Gasoline
EXPRESS 310(*) 31' OUTBD FG 2 225 9800 11'2" Gasoline
PREDATOR 308(*) 31' OUTBD FG 2 250 8250 10'3" Gasoline
TARPON 310 31' INBD FG 2 260 9700 11'2" Diesel
TARPON 310(*) 31' OUTBD FG 2 225 9250 11'2" Gasoline
EXPRESS 320 32' INBD FG 2 330 13156 11'2" Gasoline
EXPRESS 320 32' INBD FG 2 260 13156 11'2" Diesel
EXPRESS 320(*) 32' OUTBD FG 1 250 12700 11'2" Gasoline
EXPRESS 340 34' INBD FG 2 385 14000 12'6" Gasoline
EXPRESS 340 34' INBD FG 2 380 18155 12'6" Diesel
EXPRESS 340(*) 34' OUTBD FG 1 250 13800 12'6" Gasoline
EXPRESS 370 37' INBD FG 2 385 16975 13'2" Gasoline
EXPRESS 370 37' INBD FG 2 440 21130 13'2" Diesel
TARPON 340 39' INBD FG 2 385 14600 12'6" Gasoline
TARPON 340 39' INBD FG 2 380 14600 12'6" Diesel
TARPON 340(*) 39' OUTBD FG 2 250 13100 12'6" Gasoline
Building their first wooden powerboat in the late 1930s, Stamas Yachts followed the industry trend switching to fiberglass in the 1950s. Stamas Yachts grew in marine market presence during the 1970s and 1980s becoming widely available throughout the United States. The modern history of Stamas Yachts was centered on the construction of 18-foot to 39-foot boats catering to sport fishing and offshore cruising vessels. The Stamas family has owned the Stamas Yachts marine company since its foundation making it the longest, continuously held boat builder in the United States.