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2014 Sailfish 270 CC

  • 26 ft
  • Center Console
  • Stuart, FL, US

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2014 Sailfish 270 Center Console
We are pleased to represent this 2014 Sailfish 270 Center Console with twin 200 Yamahas. A Real Extreme trailer is available if desired. The boat was just detailed and is in great condition! She has a full electronics package and great fishing accessories!
  • Garmin GPS and Radar
  • Nice Graphics
  • Garmin VHF
  • Blue Tooth Radio
  • Triple Axle Trailer
  • Large Live Well
  • Huge Center Area with Head, Sink and Shower
  • Two Large Cooler Seats
  • Full Cover
  • Side Enclosures
  • Lots of Rod Storage
This is a great package and won't last long. The trailer is very flexible and could handle up to a 32 foot boat and is available for an extra fee.


Basic Information

270 CC
Stuart, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Vessel Name:
Knot at Work
Boat Type:
Center Console
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Dimensions & Weight

26 ft - 7.92 meter
26 ft 2 in - 7.98 meter
9 ft - 2.74 meter
Draft - max:
1 ft 9 in - 0.53 meter
Bridge Clearance:
8 ft 6 in - 2.59 meter
Dry Weight:
4050 lbs


Cruise Speed:
41 MPH
499 MI
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Fuel Type:
200 (Individual), 400 (combined)
Max Speed:
58 MPH

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
200 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
14 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
6 gallons - 1 tank(s)


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2014 Sailfish 270 CC
It's no secret that center console fishing boats rule the roost when it comes to outboard-powered saltwater fishing machines, but naturally, there's a huge difference between casting light tackle in a bay, trolling off the beach, and making long runs to blue water hotspots. So center consoles that can do all of these things, like the Sailfish 270 CC, are incredibly popular. True, when you make those long offshore runs you'd be more comfortable in a big convertible.

Yes, ideally, you'd also own a mid-sized boat for setting an inshore spread closer to home, and a bay boat for casting top water at daybreak. Heck, you might as well add in a skiff for working the flats, a bass boat for trips to the lake, and a kayak for hot spots near soft-launches. But few of us can afford owning an entire fleet like this. We need one boat that can handle as many diverse conditions as possible, and in this regard, a mid-20s center console like the Sailfish 270 CC is ideal.
The number-one item is its hull design. Sailfish calls it a Variable Degree Stepped hull, which can be a somewhat confusing terminology and shouldn't be mixed up with a variable degree deadrise nor a stepped hull. A variable degree deadrise boat has a sharp V at the entry which tapers to a flatter V at the stern, where transom deadrise is measured. But on the Sailfish 270 CC, the variation runs laterally and along three different planes. The outermost plane, running from the edges of the chines to one-third of the way in to the keel, has 22-degrees of deadrise. This rather moderate V helps enhance stability. The next third of the hull sits at a 23-degree angle. And the center portion of the hull up to and including the keel has 24-degrees of deadrise.
The centermost portion of the hull has the steepest V, and the angle reduces in each section of the boat moving out from the centerline. Remember those old SeaCrafts that were famous in their time? Their design used a similar approach. It worked back then and it works today, too, enhancing stability without losing the ability to chop waves open minus the spine-compressing impacts shallower deadrise hull designs often produce.

Wait a second, they included the term 'Stepped' in their name, too, so is this a stepped hull boat?

In traditional terms, no. There are no steps running in from the chines and in this case, they're referring to what you might call longitudinal steps between the differing deadrise degree portions of the hull.

If you've been on a Sailfish in rough seas we don't need to tell you how effective the design is, and if you haven't, the only way to gain a full appreciation is to go for a sea trial. Performance, on the other hand, is easily enumerated. Rigged with a pair of Yamaha F200 outboards and allowing for some variation due to conditions, load, and the other usual factors, you can plan on getting a cruise of around 38 mph while running at 4500 rpm and burning 19 gph. That shakes out to two miles to the gallon, which is thoroughly respectable for a twin-engine boat of this size. If, however, you pull back on the throttles a bit and cruise at 3500 rpm, you can just about half the fuel burn while still running at 27 mph and get just over 2.6 mpg. Top-end, meanwhile, is an adrenaline-pumping 50.7 mph.
Okay, so, seakeeping and performance both get a thumb's up. What about fishability? Let's start with the fact that Sailfish includes a dozen rodholders on this boat as standard fare, since that gives you some insight into their inclination. Then consider the other items Sailfish includes, which many builders list as options if they offer them at all: a 30-gallon transom livewell with LED lighting, a baby-blue interior, and a clear lid, a leaning post with a 35-gallon livewell, a forward console cooler/seat, both fresh and raw water washes, a tackle organizer on the console top, toe rails with downrigger ball holders, a recess in the bow in-deck stowage compartment sized for a five-gallon bucket, coaming bolsters, twin insulated/integrated 260-quart fishboxes, and a nifty a transom tool/knife/washdown hose holder. That's a substantial list!
Just think of the millions you're saving since you no longer need that big convertible, the bay boat and the rest of the fleet. All you really need is the 270 CC, some good intel, fresh bait, and a full fuel tank and there will be a bend in that rod before you know it.
Come see this fabulous package!  

Brokers Comments
2014 Sailfish 270 Center Console
This is a great all around boat for just about anything you want to do on the water. She is a great family boat for water skiing, tubing, wake boarding, etc. Take her for a day to the sand bar or pack the coolers and head to the West End! Fish, dive, free dive, she does it all. Add in the trailer and you can take her anywhere. This is a very dry ride, versatile boat that can virtually fill all your needs.
The electronics package includes a Garmin GPS, and Radar.  There is a Garmin VHF and a blue tooth entertainment system for your listening pleasure!
The center console is huge and features a vacu-flush head, fresh water sink and shower and a lot more storage for anything you might need on your journey.
Come and see her and make an offer. She is priced to move and anxious to be out on the water again!

Contact Information
Captain S. Lee Bowden
IYBA Licensed Broker
Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales
802 734 0757 (Cell)
772 925 1173 (Home)

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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Disclaimer: Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(7426122)