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Pathfinder 2400 TRS
Draft (max): 1'0"
Displacement (approx.): 2,950 lb.
Transom Deadrise: 15 degrees
Bridge Clearance: TBA
Fuel Capacity: 80 gal.
Max Horsepower: 300
Available Power: Yamaha outboards to 300 hp
Two huge bow compartments stayed dry, thanks to gaskets on the rims. Their volume kept plenty of gear secure and the deck clear. Rod lockers and dedicated tackle stowage left me feeling that the boat was empty — until we needed a different lure to cast.
At the helm, I found ample space for a chart plotter. Our test boat also sported a transom-mount Power-Pole and a Rhodan HD GPS Anchor+ trolling motor on the bow, the weight adding credibility to the SHO 250’s top speed.
Pathfinder assures the security of the mounts with structural-foam stiffeners where mounting bolts are fastened. All decks and hatches are reinforced with high-density foam that’s carefully glassed in, protecting it from moisture. The same goes for the transom panel.
For today’s anglers searching for that value equation, Pathfinder’s TRS 2400 certainly balances fishing intensity with family friendliness.
Comparable model: Scout 251 XS