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Customizable Boat: Palm Beach
The Sailfish 290 CC has a maximum rating of 600 HP and is loaded with standard fishing features. Its Variable Degree Stepped hull design delivers a smooth and dry ride. With 16 standard rod holders and two livewells, the 290 CC is the ardent fisherman’s dream.
The helm includes a compass, a 12V accessory plug, an accessory switch panel with circuit breakers, full digital instrumentation, hydraulic steering, and a stainless-steel tilt steering wheel.
Fishing features include a 300-gallon transom baitwell, a 35-gallon leaning post baitwell, twin insulated bow fish boxes, a console top tackle organizer, downrigger ball holders, and recessed rod storage.
Other standards include a VRS battery charging system, a walk-in console with a freshwater sink, an anchor locker and an anchor management system, a swim ladder, built-in rigging tubes, cockpit bolster pads, cockpit toe pads, oversized bilge access, a transom mounted tool and washdown hose holder, a walkthrough transom, a leaning post with storage and a freshwater shower, a transom shower, and a forward helm cooler seat.
Optional electronics include Garmin GPS/Plotter options, a Garmin VHF radio, radar, or a Fusion/Wet Sounds stereo system.
Other options include an electric marine head or a Porta Potti, a retractable ski tow bar, an aft folding seat, a bow filler cushion, an aft cooler seat, two bow rod holders, a bow shade for the hardtop, a bow thruster, a hard top enclosure, Grand Slam outriggers with 15’ poles, Optimus 360 joystick steering, a hardtop remote spotlight, a removable bow table, a through hull windlass system, underwater lights, a windlass, and more!
We’re proud to showcase Sailfish Boats at all our Florida showrooms, including:
Dania Beach / Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Sarasota, and Tampa Bay.
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