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Sea Hunt Gamefish 27
Draft (outboard up): 1'9"
Displacement (without power): 4,500 lb.
Transom Deadrise: 21 degrees
Bridge Clearance: 5'6"
Max Headroom: 8'6"
Fuel Capacity: 179 gal.
Max Horsepower: 500
Available Power: Twin Yamaha outboards up to 250 hp
South Carolina-based Sea Hunt Boats set its Gamefish 27 apart by moving the center console farther forward and designing an elaborate seating pod, which includes a pair of posh helm seats with armrests and flip-up bolsters, plus aft-facing “mezzanine” seating, a 40-gallon divided livewell, tackle storage lockers on both sides, four rod holders and a robust grab rail for standing passengers.
I like the features, but not the way the pod encroaches on the aft cockpit. On the other hand, I am impressed with the additional 30-gallon livewell on the port side of the transom bulkhead, as well as the transom door permitting easy access to the integral swim platform. A flip-up bench seat across the inside of the transom bulkhead and a seat forward of the console offer plenty of places for the crew to rest their backs.
The divided bow platform is extremely elevated, great for fighting fish around the bow and throwing a cast net. It also allows for a pair of deep storage compartments, but not much freeboard forward, so you will want to keep the kids off the foredeck in rough conditions.