Glad to see some fellow T-Jason owners chiming in. How about some pictures?
My speed specs are a little different, but I'm still happy with them. With a 3126 420hp CAT I usually run with 6-anglers, myself and a mate. I also have anywhere from 150 to 240-gallons of fuel on board. At 2000 rpms I cruise between 14 and 16-knot depending on wind and current direction. I say wind because my bridge does catch a breeze slightly, but I love having the bridge, especially at night on calm nights I go up top, turn on the spotlight and have awesome visibility. At 2200 the hull comes out of the water a bit and I get up to 17, don't usually push it to 2400, but can usually count on 19-knots, and wot about 23-knots. On an average inshore charter to the Point and areas around there I burn 18 to 20 gallons on a half day trip. Shark trips of about 30-miles round trip I burn 25 to 30-gallons.
A few of things I really love that I have in this boat are:Heat,A/C,Underwater lights, inverter, bridge, Sirius satellite radio and weather module, tuna/mako/labrador retriever in water door.
On a side note I see "Scott Free" is back in the water after her re-power will give him a call and see "how it goes".
Capt. Tom - Grand Slam Charters.