Marine News from the Great Lakes

Style, Seating, Storage: The Sailfish 245DC is Compact and Complete!

Published: Monday, August 14, 2017

The Sailfish 245DC is the latest entry in Sailfish’s exciting line-up of dual consoles, featuring comfortable seating for up to 12 people, a high performance sixth generation VDS hull, a highly ergonomic deck layout and enough storage space to accommodate whatever your crew brings on board.

The 245DC is extremely versatile, family friendly and yet respectful of Sailfish’s proud 30-year fishing legacy.

A spacious, well-appointed step-down head, optional retractable ski-pole, in-floor and above deck storage, plenty of cup holders and an optional galley with a sink, Corian counters and a refrigerator, these features make the 245DC a fantastic, fun-on-the-water day boat.

“Versatile is the perfect way to sum up the 245DC,” says Howard Libin, Sailfish’s business development director. “It’s designed for family fun or full-out fishing adventure.”

Deep bow seating, a three-position port-side passenger lounge, adjustable captain’s chair and fold-up seating surrounding the cockpit provides comfortable seating for all while allowing for maximum fishing space.

Adding to its fishing credentials is a transom live well, in-floor and bow seat fish boxes and gunwhale and hard top frame rod holders.

Beyond its functionality, the 245DC has that distinctive Sailfish style and flair. From the expansive hard top to the signature bow flare, you can always spot a Sailfish on the water.

“While the 245DC has that distinctive Sailfish look,” explains Libin. “It’s what’s inside the really makes the difference.”

Like all Sailfish models, the 245DC is built to the same SailTech construction standard that have been a Sailfish hallmark for the past 30 years, with hand laid fiberglass, Kevlar and carbon reinforcement, high definition gel coat and a rigorous start-to-finish quality control program.

 If you’re in the market for a dual console, the Sailfish 245DC is definitely worth putting on your short list.


tags: Great Lakes, New Boat Models

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