The new Nor-Tech 390 Sport Open (39′ LOA, 10′ beam) was debuted at the 2015 Miami International Boat Show with so many new features, she’s a far cry from her predecessor, the 39 sport that launched at the same boat show in 2011. Starting at the bow, forward seating has been redesigned (also an option on the 340) with improved storage access and built-in LED-lit cup holders. Forward interior hand rails are incorporated into the deck, the expansive sun lounge has a fold-down arm rest and grab rails along the side, and steps are built in along the midship gunwales. The starboard side swing in dive door is now standard on the 390.
The console is now designed to accommodate two 15″ screens, a 7” engine monitor and stereo head on the dash panel—this one is equipped with the Garmin 8215 Electronics Package. Under the console, a spacious cabin is equipped with a double berth, lighting and sink (all standard), and the following options: head and shower, 12V A/C. A stylish, new port light has been added along with a sky light over the head compartment, while the T-top frame has a new swept back look with less pipe obstructions. Triple 400 Mercury Verados power this center console rocket to a top speed of 83mph. (954) 232-6389; nor-techboats.com
By Doug Thompson, Southern Boating Magazine July 2015