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The Topaz 32 SF brings a time-tested design up to current sportfish standards. Cockpit space is maximized by locating livewell, rigging station forward and placing split-lid fishbox in deck and cockpit feezer. Efficient helm console has display space for big-screen electronics.
From the rub rail down, Topaz consists of nothing but solid fiberglass. A substantial layer of gelcoat in your choice of color starts the process. Then vinylester resin bonds with Coremat and stitched fiberglass -- nine layers -- resulting in a bottom a full inch thick. Above the rail, the laminate is cored for weight savings without sacrificing strength...tried-and-true construction technology.
The bridge deck sits several inches higher than in the old models. This not only affords more work space in the engine compartment, but dramatically increases 360-degree visibility as well. The helm provides more than ample space for flush-mounted electronics.
The twin C-7 Caterpillars crank out twice the power that the original 32 could muster. All the power options, from three different diesel companies and ranging from 350 to 450 hp, supply more muscle than this boat's earlier version offered.
Rather than riding bow high the way the predecessor did, the new 32's flat angle throws spray out amidships. Anytime wind catches the spray, the boat has already passed before spray rises to deck level. Making use of the knife-sharp entry to carve through head seas smoothes the ride, too.
Top speed with the Cats hits right around 36 mph at 2,850 rpm while burning 35.5 gph total -- considerably faster than the old models. Cruising speed also improved, running comfortably at 30-31 mph turning 2,400 (21.4 gph) while providing a range of more than 450 miles.
Topaz used some of the best Old-World craftmanship, to assure that every drawer, locker, cabinet, teak-and-holly sole, and hardwood bulkhead fits seamlessly into the hull and that every grain pattern is book-matched. Sure, it takes more effort and money than glassing in a fiberglass liner and then adding wood trim, but that would go against the quality mission Topaz lives by.
Belowdecks, a comfortable L-shaped dinette to starboard can seat three easily, while the galley and head opposite provide the alpha and omega of food processing. A large double berth in the forepeak lets weekending aboard become a reality.
Many express boats suffer from high bridge-deck noise levels. Because the cabin and attendant carpeting don't muffle engine noise, some expresses tire you out just by forcing you to listen to the cacophony all day. Topaz researched noise abatement with some of the top experts in the field and has built one of the quietest-running expresses on the market today.
Many people, especially in the boating industry, who long for the "good old days". Topaz represents the perfect expression of that sentiment: rock-solid, simple, proven technology and the kind of craftsmanship and luxury that comes to mind when reminisced. In fact, 20 years ago, a company called Marine Matrix surveyed thousands of boaters and discovered that Topaz delivered the highest rating of owner satisfact