Tuccoli T250VM Evoluzione(7 m) is the new all-Italian fisherman


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Tuccoli T250VM Evolution
Photos of the Tuccoli T250VM of the Suzuki Fishing Team 2023

Tuccoli T250 VM Evoluzione is a state-of-the-art Italian fisherman. It is no coincidence that this hull has been chosen by the Suzuki Fishing Team as the official boat for next season as well. An evolution, as the name implies, of the previous Tuccoli T250 VM (photo above) designed together with Marco Volpi, it combines a sporty, marine hull with a modular deck designed for fishing, but not only.

What to know about the new Tuccoli T250VM Evolution


What the new Tuccoli looks like

Let’s start with fiberglass. Compared with the previous Tuccoli 250 VM, here we find improved rolling structures to which carbon superstructures are also added.

For a sport fisherman, who can certainly go for broke with the boat when it comes to moving aboard or handling catches, the deck covering is always a critical issue. In this case we find the SeaDek coating, designed with the sport fisherman in mind as well, to be easy to maintain.

The TMD(Tuccoli Modular Deck) allows the owner to choose the configuration that best suits his or her needs. Added to these is the tSileather faux leather upholstery.

Everything about the on-board electronics and its interface is Garmin, in connection with the Tuccoli SmartLink network .

How does this sail the Tuccoli T250VM Evolution

We haven’t tried it yet, but the premise looks interesting. Let’s start with the living work. The cruising speed promises to be quite fast with cruising speeds between 35 and 45 knots due to the TPH hull. To achieve this performance, the engine chosen by the Suzuki Fishing Team is the top of the range, namely the
V6 Suzuki DF 350 AMD

Interesting news on the navigation front is the Seakeeper Ride. This hull will be one of the very first in Italy, if not the first, to install the new American attitude correction system. Long since launched on the market, it has very recently become available here in our country, aided by high demand.

In fact, this system is capable of reducing up to 70% pitch and roll while sailing, automatically. To be clear, it is not Seakeeper’s gyroscopic stabilizer (although a
Seakeeper gyroscope
1 will be installed on board). The Seakeeper Ride is a transom-mounted trim corrector that uses software to record shipboard movements and works to correct them at all times so the boat is always at the top of its game.

When and where to see it

To see this fisherman up close and study all its features, there will be a launching in Livorno on the weekend of April 13 and 14. On this occasion, prospective owners will also be able to see the new T250VM Evoluzione up close, climb aboard and even test the boat.

For more information visit www.tuccolimarine.com or email info@tuccolimarine.com




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