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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
With cubbyholes, a pair of drink holders and a glove box to stash your tchotchkes, the center console is a captain’s dream. An angled footrest maximizes the ergonomics of the helm seats when the bolsters are up. (A second fold-down footrest on the seat pod adds comfort when the bolsters are down.) A huge, vertical flat panel will easily accommodate a pair of flush-mounted 12-inch multifunction displays. A tilt-and-lock helm controls the SeaStar Solutions power-assist hydraulic steering system. Below the helm is a head compartment with a permanent privy and holding tank as standard equipment.
Also standard is the hardtop with built-in electronics box, LED dome lights, LED spreader lights and integral stereo speakers, as well as four rod holders. It includes mounting plates in case you want to add outriggers to the top.
With a pair of Yamaha’s new F200 four-cylinder outboards, the Gamefish 27 vaulted from 0 to 30 mph in 7.5 seconds. The 60-degree forward entry knifed smoothly through the capping 2-footers on test day, and the hull came about confidently at speed without sliding or tripping. With the console-forward layout, a smooth ride will be particularly important on this boat.
Comparable model: Scout 275 XSF