The 241CC Is Truly Fishing Focused And Family Friendly
Published: Friday, February 9, 2018
The new Sailfish Boats 241CC successfully blends a 30-plus year fishing-focused legacy with the latest family-friendly innovations in center console design to deliver a truly versatile boat.
With its sleek, dynamic profile and sixth generation Variable Degree Stepped (VDS) hull, plus an extremely functional layout and solid Sail-Tech construction, the 241CC is the gold standard in the 24’ class. Designed with intelligent ergonomics and comfort in mind, it is perfectly configured for both fishing and family fun.
The Sailfish 241CC’s 8’ 6” beam makes it easily trailerable. The hardtop frame is integrated into the console, offering more deck space than nearly any other 24’ boat on the market. On the 241CC, rod and cup holders are virtually everywhere. A built-in 27-quart forward facing console seat cooler, two 120-quart bow fish boxes, a large in-floor bow storage area, a handy console footrest locker, and an optional console top organizer give you plenty of storage space.
Innovative fold-up aft seating means plenty of room in the cockpit for fish fighting when tucked away and ample space for entertaining when folded out. A comfortable cushioned leaning post, with built-in tackle storage and an optional under-seat second bait well, put the captain comfortably in charge.
Luxuriously cushioned deep bow seating, a step-down head, telescoping ski pole and the highest freeboard of any similar sized boat, make the 241CC truly welcoming for the family.
Each Sailfish is built to exacting standards. Sailfish Boats uses proven Sail-Tech construction techniques, including a Kevlar® reinforced hull, carbon fiber Prisma beam supporting the deck, aluminum backing plates, chrome coated stainless steel hardware, top quality marine grade luxury vinyl upholstery, and high definition gel coats that all contribute to Sailfish’s reputation for durability and high resale values.
Learn more about the 241CC and the rest of the Sailfish Boats lineup at www.sailfishboats.com.
This article first appeared in the Winter Issue (Jan/Feb) 2018 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.
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