Tuccoli T250 VM preview, the champion’s fisherman


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Tuccoli T250 VM

Here is a preview of Tuccoli T 250 VM, the fisherman, made by the Tuscan shipyard with the advice of the multi-world champion Marco Volpi. A machine designed for fans of sport fishing. A boat 7.50 meters long and 2.54 meters wide suitable for every specialty: towing, drifting, bolting, spinning, vertical jigging, etc.. In addition to rod holders, on board there are tanks for live and for fishing, worktops for the preparation of bait and lines, hand shower for cleaning and cleaning, space in the console to install electronic instrumentation “ad libitum”.

Tuccoli T 250 VM
the Tuccoli T 250 VM just come out of the Tuccoli sheds.

Like the recent Tuccoli T280 adopted an outboard configuration instead of the traditional axis line. A solution that brings the Tuccoli 250 VM to align with the best fishing machines made in the USA, which on hulls of the same size traditionally adopt the outboard, compared to which becomes extremely competitive and not only in terms of purchase price.

The Collesalvetti shipyard, with over 70 years of history in shipbuilding, interprets the realization of its models in the name of beauty and well done as is appropriate for a product Made in Italy quality. Thanks to its know-how on this boat, attention to detail and the ability to customize are factors that make the difference. “From Tuccoli you don’t come to buy a boat, but your own boat – says Paolo Sanguettola, the finance expert who became the shipyard’s first shareholder in 2017 – because we can literally sew each model on the individual owner to best meet his habits at sea and his tastes“.

Tuccoli T 250 VM
The Tuccoli T 250 VM is washed before the technical launch


Thanks to its dimensions, the TM 250 VM can be transported on the road with a simple trolley to the towing of the car. Oris Martino D’Ubaldo has designed it on the technical basis of the high efficiency hull. To offer maximum protection during navigation has the bow high on the water and wide at the height of the masons, but also to ensure maximum usability to those who fish and therefore with a cockpit with walls lower than the bow, so that the fisherman is facilitated when in action.

The geometries of the living work are designed to respond to the weather and sea conditions of the Mediterranean, which has shorter and drier waves than the oceanic ones. In addition, they are optimized for the adoption of the outboard and, thanks to extensive studies of fluodynamics, is able to ensure not only excellent seaworthiness, great stability both in navigation and when the boat is stationary, but also significant performance without having to resort to the use of great power. In this way, it is able to guarantee low consumption and, with it, reduced operating costs, but also a lower environmental impact during use.

Tuccoli T 250 VM
the Tuccoli T 250 VM


The deck design of the Tuccoli T250 VM is center console type, i.e. with a central driving position, equipped with armchairs for pilot and co-pilot, so as to leave ample space – 4.3 square meters of floor area – to the aft area, that of the cockpit, characterized by the padding of the inner perimeter so that the fisherman can use the walls as a comfortable support during the fight with the larger fish.

the deep V of Tuccoli T 250 VM

Tuccoli T250 VM: the engine, a Suzuki DF300B preview

The Suzuki DF300B, the first and only 300HP outboard with a double counter-rotating propeller system, pushes this fast and safe fisherman towards the fishing area. A technical chip that provides more torque and greater precision in both forward and reverse steering.

helm station
The Tuccoli T 250 VM

For those who want to see for themselves the performance of Tuccoli 250 VM on the water, during the Salone Nautico di Genova – 19/24 September: the boat will be on the water in the Suzuki area adjacent to Pavilion B of the fair, ready to be tested.

In Genoa, at stand Tuccoli AA19, it is also possible to visit the Tuccoli T250 Capraia, the most complete and refined cruise version of the little one at home. With internal cabin for two people, bathroom with shower and many typical details of larger boats. For example, the retractable bollards, the sofa convertible into additional sundeck and backrests that appear electrically from the gunwale.



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