2014 Sailfish 270 CC-Indoors Freeport, NY
Posted on August 19, 2016 / 150
2014 Sailfish 270 CC-Indoors
Price : $99,880
Builder | Manufacturer : Sailfish
Condition : Used
Year : 2014
Length : 27ft
Model : 270 CC-Indoors
Hull Material : Fiberglass
Hull Warranty : 10 year
Fuel Type : Gas
Engine/s : Other
Engine Make : Mercury
Engine Model : 150 XL 4 stroke
Engine/s Year : 2014
Total Power : 300hp
Max Speed : 49 kn
Cruising Speed : 35 kn
Bridge Clearance : 8.5 Ft.
LOA : 27'
Displacement : 4050
Fuel Capacity : 188 gal.
Hull Type/Shape : Deep Vee
2014 Sailfish 270 CC-Indoors

Is CLEAN Important to You? Priced to BUY

This is the one you want from the ideal original owner.  He is a clean fanatic.  Always stored indoors and professionally maintained by Al Grover’sTwin Mercury 150 XL 4 strokes with only 60 hours and Mercury GOLD Warranty to June 2019No bottom paint, Ice Blue hull, Offshore Tournament Package II with powder coated Deluxe T-top with vanity storage/flush mount cleats & bow light/transom rod holders, Comfort Package with rear jump seats and bow cushions with bolsters, LP5-leaning post with backrest/footrest/35 gal live well/2 drawer storage, Garmin 1040xs, Garmin vhf 200, upholstery upgrade to white with tan accent, 40″ aft folding seat, bow rod holders, console top tackle organizer, 9 gunwale rod holders plus 4 rocket launchers in lean post plus 6 rocket launchers in t-top, NEW in winter of 2015 custom covers for bow, console, aft seats & lean post, Jensen stereo, safety equipment and all standards.  No head but can be installed.

Sailfish builds truly strong offshore hulls that are distinguished by their high freeboard throughout.  40″ in the bow and 30″ aft for significant safety and comfort advantages over other premium builders.  7′ cleats, 4 step, not the usual 3 step, boarding ladder, and other smart superior details.  Great performance and economy with these engines at 3500 RPM is 32 MPH, 10.6 GPH and 3.0 MPG.  At 4000 RPM 35.2 MPH, 14.4 GPH, 2.4 MPGTop speed near 50 MPH.

Premium Indoor and Marina Dockage available.

Manufacturer Provided Description

The 270CC continues our tradition of outstanding performance, function and style. In creating the 270 we listened to our customers and designed a boat for the toughest offshore conditions while maintaining the features needed for all day family fun and comfort. Storage was a key factor in the 270 design and we have utilized every square inch available. Improved fishability with higher gunnels, larger fish boxes, more interior room and a transom livewell make the 270 the best laid out fishing platform on the market. Removable rear jump seats provide comfortable seating and when removed, easy access to the fish at the transom. The improved functional and stylish helm offers ample room for your larger electronics and multiple storage compartments for gear and equipment. For a design that fits your needs the 270 is available with a variety of leaning posts, helm seats, two rear seating options, and optional forward seating with a removable table for those after dinner cruises. Get all this plus the softest ride in offshore fishing with the legendary Sailfish variable degree deadrise (VDS) hull, the best performing, driest, and most fuel efficient hull in Sailfish history

http://sailfishboats.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/270CC_Performance_Bulletins1.pdf

Features
  • VDS (Varible Deadrise Stepped) Hull
  • Sailtech Hull Construction
  • Composite Sailtech Transom
  • Fiberglass Sailtech Stringer System
  • Yamaha PowerMatched Components
  • New Designed Dash Facing for Larger Flush Mounted Electronics
  • New Designed Cockpit Bolsters
  • 2000 GPH Auto Bilge Pump
  • 12 Volt DC Accessory Plug
  • Port Window In Console Head
  • Easy Bilge Access
  • 2 – 225 Qt. Insulated – Bow Fish Boxes
  • Twin Captain Chairs With Slides
  • High Speed Bait Well Pickup
  • Flush Mount Hinges & Latches
  • Inset Toe Hold Rail
  • Bumper & Down Rigger Ball Holders
  • 30 Gal. Baitwell In The Transom
  • 14 Gal. Fresh Water Tank with Showers On The Transom & In the Console
  • Freshwater Shower In The Console
  • 6 SST Rod Holders
  • Twin Dual Battery Switches with VSR (Voltage Sensing Relay)
  • Console Foot Rest Storage Compartment
  • Electric Horn
  • UFlex Hydraulic Steering
  • High Performance Recessed Trim Tabs
  • 11 Standard Cup Holders
  • 2 Inch Self Bailing Deck Drains
  • Fuel/Water Separators / 10 Micron
  • Raw Water Wash Down
  • Finished Out Hanging Anchor Locker
  • SST Low Profile Sport Bow Rail
  • Compass
  • Front Under Deck Storage Box
  • Front Helm Cooler With Seat Bottom & Back Rest Cushions
  • SST & Bronze Thru Hull Fittings
  • 200 Gallon Fuel Cell
  • Transom Mounted Tool Holder
  • LED NAV Lights
Layout
Dimensions
Specs U.S.MetricLOA HULL Only26′ 2”7.93 MLength Rigged28′ 2”8.54 MBeam9′ 0”2.74 MFuel Capacity188 GAL711.66 LFresh Water14 GAL53.00 LApprox. Rigged Weight6700 LBS3039 KGCockpit Depth Rear30”76.20 CMCockpit Depth Front40”101.60 CMMax. HP400 HP298.28 KWDraft – Hull18”45.72 CMDeadrise (Multi-angle)22° – 24°22° – 24°Battery Capacity33Rod Holders (Standard)1010Bridge Clearance with T-Top8′ 6”2.59 MPerson CapacityYacht Certification
Standard Equipment from Sailfish Boats

Electrical

  • 12 Volt DC Accessory Plug
  • Accessory Switch Panel w/Circuit Breakers
  • VSR Battery Charging System
  • Cockpit Courtesy LED Lights (7)
  • Compass
  • Electric Horn
  • Full Digital Instrumentation
  • LED Navigational Bow & Anchor Light

Plumbing

  • Automatic Bilge Pump (2000 GPH Aft and 750 GPH Forward)
  • Freshwater Shower (2) -Transom And Head
  • High Speed Livewell Pickup
  • Raw Water Washdown
  • Self Bailing Cockpit

Hardware

  • Stainless Steel Marine Grade Hardware
  • Engraved Transom Plate
  • Flush Mounted Hinges & Deck Plates
  • Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Rub Rail
  • Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Bow & Stern Eyes
  • Stainless Split Low Profile Bow Rail
  • Stainless Steel & Bronze Thru Hull Fittings
  • Stainless Steel Propellers
  • Stainless Steel Rod Holders (6) 12 Total
  • Recessed SS Cup Holders (11)
  • Aft Fender Cleats (2)

Seating

  • Forward Helm Cooler Seat – Removable
  • Captain’s Chairs w/ Removable Cushions (2)

Storage

  • Anchor Locker – Finished Fiberglass w/ Anchor Management System
  • Battery Compartment in Head
  • Deluxe Walk In Console (Lockable) w/ SS Port Light
  • Insulated Fish Boxes (Twin 260 qt. in bow with overboard drains)
  • Recessed Rod Storage – Port & Starboard
  • In Floor Bow Storage with Bucket Holder
  • Console Footrest Storage
  • Downrigger Ball Holders (4)

Boat

  • Carbon Fiber & Kevlar ® Reinforced Deck & Hull
  • Exclusive VDS Hull Design (Variable Deadrise Stepped Hull)
  • Closed Cell Foam Flotation
  • Boarding Ladder (4 step with grab handle)
  • SailTech Composite Full Length Transom
  • SailTech Foam Filled Fiberglass Stringer System
  • Stainless Steering Wheel W/ Power Knob
  • Hydraulic Steering With Tilt Wheel
  • Exclusive Dot Matrix Non-Skid
  • Heavy Duty, High Performance, Trim Tabs WIndicator Switch & Built In Retract Feature
  • Walk Thru Transom Door w/ Splashguard Step
  • 10 Micron Yamaha Fuel Filter/Water Separator w/ SS Base (Yamaha Only)
  • Recessed Rod Storage – Port & Starboard
  • 30 Gallon Livewell W/ LED lighting (Transom)
  • Cockpit Bolsters
  • Cockpit Toe Rails
  • Oversize Bilge Access
  • Two Door Access in Console for Wiring Access
  • Built-In Rigging Tubes (From Bilge to Console Access)
  • LED Cockpit Lights
  • Splashwell Tool Holder & Washdown Hose Holder
  • NBT Vinyl Protection (Stain Resistant, Mildew Inhibitor, UV Protector)
Options available from Sailfish Boats

Electrical

  • Built-In 3 Bank Battery Charger
  • Built-In Solar House Battery Charger (Hard Top Only)
  • Fusion Satellite Radio Upgrade
  • Fusion Stereo w/ 4 Speakers & USB Port
  • Fusion Transom Remote Control
  • Garmin B60 Airmar Thru Hull Transducer w/o CHIRP
  • Garmin B75M Airmar Thru Hull Transducer w/ CHIRP
  • Garmin GPSMap 1040xs w/o Transducer
  • Garmin GPSMap 7612xsv w/o Transducer
  • Garmin GPSMap 7616xsv w/o Transducer
  • Garmin Radar Cable & Power Cable 30’
  • Remote Spot Light For Hard Top

Plumbing

  • Electric Marine Head w/ Overboard Discharge
  • Misting System (For Hard Top only)
  • Porta Potti

Hardware

  • Ski Tow Bar (Retractable)

Seating

  • 40” Aft Folding Seat
  • Bow Cushion Bolsters
  • Bow Cushion Bottoms
  • Bow Filler Cushion
  • Forward Facing Bow Backrests
  • LP2 (Leaning Post w/ Rod Holders & Removable Backrest)
  • LP5 (LP w/35 GAL LW, Backrest, Footrest & 2 Drawer Storage)
  • LP6 (Capt. Chairs LP w/35 GAL LW, Footrest & 2 Drawer Storage)
  • LP7 (Capt. Chairs LP w/Footrest & Built-in Twin Tackle Stations)
  • LP8 (Capt. Chairs Entertainment LP w/Corian Counter Top & SS Drawers & Fridge)
  • Rear Cooler Seat – 75 Qt. Yeti
  • Rear Jump Seats
  • Upholstery Upgrade, White w/ Tan Accent

Packages

  • Comfort Package (Rear Jump Seats, Bow Cushion Bottoms & Bow Bolsters)
  • Entertainment Package (Ski Tow Bar, Removable Bow Table, Stereo w/ Satellite Radio Upgrade w/ USB Port & Underwater LED Lights (3))
  • Offshore Tournament Pack (T-Top, Vanity Storage, Flush Mount Cleats & Bow Light, Transom Rod Holders)
  • Offshore Tournament Pack I (Hard Top P.C., Vanity Storage, Flush Mount Cleats & Bow Light, Transom Rod Holders)
  • Offshore Tournament Pack II (Deluxe Hard Top P.C., Vanity Storage, Flush Mount Cleats & Bow Light, Transom Rod Holders)
  • Offshore Tournament Pack III (Ladder Back Hard Top P.C., Vanity Storage, Flush Mount Cleats & Bow Light, Transom Rod Holders)
  • Powder Coat for O.T.P. I, II or III (B/W)

Boat

  • Polished Anchor Roller & SST Scuff Plate
  • Windlass w/ Polished Roller, SST Scuff Plate, Anchor, Rode & Chain
  • Thru Hull Windlass System
  • T-Top w/PFD Storage & LED Lights
  • T-Top/DLX Hard Top Enclosure (3 Piece)
  • Acrylic 3 Piece Enclosure (DLX & Ladder Back Tops Only)
  • Bow Rod Holders
  • CommandLink Plus (C Series Motors Only)
  • Console & Leaning Post Covers
  • Console Top Tackle Organizer (CTO)
  • Grand Slam Outriggers w/ 15’ Poles
  • Netting Package
  • Powder Coat for O.T.P. (B/W)
  • Power Assist Steering (Standard w/ Verado’s)
  • Removable Bow Table
  • Underwater LED Lights (3)
  • VesselView 7” For Twins
Mercury Test
Boat House Bulletin Review

Engine:Dual 150 hp FourStrokeBoat:

Sailfish – 270CC

Prop:

Enertia®

Print Download PDF Download PDF Download PDFSelect Units: Imperial Metric NauticalPerformance SummaryBest Fuel Economy (MPG@RPM)Best Fuel Economy (L/100km@RPM)Best Fuel Economy (L/nm@RPM)

  • 3.0 @ 3500

Top Speed (MPH@RPM)Top Speed (KPH@RPM)Top Speed (kts@RPM)

  • 49.1 @ 5700

Acceleration 0 – 20 MPH (seconds)

  • 5.6

Acceleration 0 – 30 MPH (seconds)

  • 8.9

RPM RangeSpeed (MPH / kts)Speed (KPH / kts)Fuel (GPH)Fuel (LPH)Fuel (MPG)Fuel (L/100km)Range (miles)Range (km)Range (nm)Sound (dBA)10006.0 / 5.29.7 / 5.23.212.11.9123.8—-20009.1 / 7.914.6 / 7.95.420.41.7138.4—-300025.0 / 21.740.2 / 21.79.034.12.884.0—-350032.1 / 27.951.7 / 27.910.640.13.078.4—-400035.2 / 30.656.6 / 30.614.454.52.498.0—-450040.5 / 35.265.2 / 35.216.261.32.594.1—-500044.3 / 38.571.3 / 38.522.685.62.0117.6—-550048.4 / 42.177.9 / 42.129.4111.31.7138.4—-570049.1 / 42.779.0 / 42.729.7112.41.7138.4—-Performance Curve100020003000400050006000010203040MPH/GPH0.00.51.01.52.02.53.0MPG100020003000400050006000020406080100KPH/LPH020406080100120L/100kmGPH MPH MPGLPH KPH L/100kmTest ConditionsTest Date

  • 2012-12-11

Test Conductor

  • J.R. SR

Air Temperature

  • 53 °F

Wind Velocity

  • 5 – 8 MPH
  • 4 – 7 kts

Water Type

  • Salt

Fuel Level at Testing

  • 100 gallons

Boat Weight as Tested

  • 4050 lbs

Engine SpecificationsNumber of Engines

  • Dual

Engine

  • 150 hp FourStroke

HP / kW

  • 150 / 110

Engine type

  • 8-valve single overhead cam (SOHC)
  • Inline 4

Gearcase ratio

  • 1.92:1

Boat SpecificationsManufacturer

  • Sailfish

Website

  • http://sailfishboats.com/

Boat Model

  • 270CC

Boat Type

  • Center console

Material

  • Fiberglass

Length

  • 28 ft 2 in

Beam

  • 9 ft

Max HP Capacity

  • 500

Fuel Tank Capacity

Boattest.com Review, Video link

The Sailfish 270CC is available with a variety of leaning posts, helm seats, two rear seating options, and optional forward seating with a removable table for those after dinner cruises. The Sailfish variable degree deadrise (VDS) hull, is unique in the center console category and promises improved fuel efficiency and speed.

Key Features

  • VDS hull provides a deeper V in the center of the boat that flattens toward the chines
  • Carbon fiber and Kevlar reinforcements for high strength with minimal weight
  • Size and weight allow trailering with a standard SUV or Pickup
  • High gunnels and a secure transom door add safety
  • Marine toilet (optional) inside the head with 5’8” headroom
  • Twin 260-quart fish boxes beneath bow seats
  • Tackle center with sink, storage and optional 2nd livewell beneath the leaning post
  • Recessed hinges and latches, pull-up cleats
  • Optional removable table for bow seating and optional removable seats aft

SpecificationsSailfish 270CC (2015-) SpecificationsLength Overall28′ 2”
8.59 mDry Weight6,700 lbs.
3,039 kgBeam9′ 0”
2.74 mTested WeightN/ADraft18”
45.72 cmWeight CapacityN/ADraft UpN/APerson CapacityN/ADraft DownN/AFuel Capacity188 gal.
712 LAir DraftN/AWater Capacity14 gal.
53.00 LDeadrise/Transom24-deg.Length on TrailerN/AMax HeadroomopenHeight on TrailerN/ABridge Clearance8′ 6”
2.59 m (max)Trailer WeightN/A  Total Package Weight (Trailer,Boat & Engine)N/APrices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder’s website for the latest information available on this boat model.

Engine OptionsSailfish 270CC (2015-) Engine optionsStd. PowerNot AvailableTested PowerCurrently no test numbersOpt. Power2 x 150-hp Yamaha F150XA
2 x 200-hp Yamaha F200XB
2 x 200-hp Yamaha F200XCA
Three Mercury twin engines at 150-hp and 200-hp

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Sailfish 270CC (2015-) Captain’s Report

Mission of the Sailfish 270CC
The Sailfish 270CC will satisfy hard-core fishermen with two large fishboxes, two livewells, a bait prep and tackle center, and other well-executed fishing features. The boat has a marine toilet, sink and mirror within the center console, lots of seating, high gunnels, and other amenities.
The 270 — actually a bit over 26’ (7.92 m) overall length — has the room to carry four to six people far offshore in comfort.
The company’s VDS variable-deadrise hull runs well on twin 4-cylinder outboards that are less expensive and burn less fuel than V-8s. Those lighter engines can keep the boat below the maximum towing capacity of standard tow vehicles.

The 270CC’s freeboard shows in her lines but integrates well with the slightly sweeping sheer, angled transom, rounded and flowing console and T-top design.
Overview of the Sailfish 270CC
The Sailfish 270CC is the most popular center console in the company’s line.
Reasons for the model’s popularity include: lots of storage, ample deck space upon which to work fish when moving around the boat, an efficient hull that is also comfortable in a seaway, and lots of well-conceived and carefully executed features that should appeal to both hard-core fishermen and non-fishing families.
Mid-Range Counts.
The 270CC gets her best-selling status largely for her size — in the middle

Sport Fishing review by Dean Travis Clarke Posted May 25, 2005

Boat ReviewsSailfish 2660 CC

The bottom line is that the Sailfish 2660 qualifies as one tough, solid, seaworthy and handsome boat for an affordable price. If that sounds like a sales pitch, so be it.

By Dean Travis Clarke Posted May 25, 2005   Enlarge

Sailfish 2660 main page

 

Within the current climate of corporate scandal – Martha Stewart, Bernard Ebbers and the like – I almost hesitate to talk about the new Sailfish 2660 for fear that someone will indict me for spreading insider information. So, shhh – here it is. Lots of people haven’t heard about them, but Sailfish boats may represent one of the best deals available today.
 
They offer high-quality construction, superb performance and affordability. OK, now that it’s public knowledge, go tell your friend down the dock.

Performance
It doesn’t matter what the weather is doing if you’re driving boats at the Miami Boat Show. So many boats big and small running in packs between bridge openings churn up the most unbelievable seas. Then you can escape to calm areas for speed runs. If a boat has a performance flaw, it can’t cover it up in those conditions.

Idling out the waterway, I couldn’t even hear the twin Yamaha F150 engines at 500 rpm. Plus, idle speed uses so little fuel that the sensors can’t measure the flow. Both four-strokes together used less than half a gallon per hour.
For some unexplained reason, I found lots of boats with stiff steering at this show, but the Sailfish exhibited steering as smooth as silk. Trolling speed (10 mph) produced substantial centerline prop turbulence but little else. Overall, you’ll enjoy the remarkably clean wake for your trolling pattern.

Off by ourselves, I touched 47.8 mph at 5,600 rpm using a total of 28.7 gph. A very comfortable cruising pace of 37 mph at 4,500 rpm burned 17.6 gph. But optimum cruising speed turned out to be 26.4 at 3,500 rpm using 9.7 gph, for a whopping 2.72 miles per gallon. The factory claims a top speed of 61.6 mph with the twin 250s on the transom.

Offshore, the 2660 displayed a terrific head-sea ride, landing softly coming off waves. Drifting in a 3-foot beam sea, I found the roll moment very comfortable with no snap roll and a relatively quiet wave noise on the chines, all thanks to Sailfish’s new variable-deadrise hull design. Backing up quickly, the Sailfish locks into quarter steer for a short while before it finally catches and changes direction. But turning at cruising speed was perfect. With the wheel hard over, the 2660’s stern slid just enough to keep everyone safely aboard.

**Fishing **
Although the gunwale pad hit me midthigh – just as it should – I found it a bit of a stretch to reach the water’s surface to bill a sailfish. You’ll discover more than the usual amount of standard-equipment rod storage on the 2660. For example, in addition to the usual two rod holders in and three under each gunwale, Sailfish integrates shin-level rod holders as part of forward seating plus four more across the transom. Then there are the three rod holders along the starboard side of the console with holes through the T-top for rod tips.

Since you’ll obviously have a lot of fishing line aboard and don’t want any of it snagged on hardware, Sailfish uses pop-up cleats and bow light, as well as recessed bow rails. An insert fits between the forward seats, making the area into a sizable casting deck. The boat I ran also sported a very nice optional spotting tower on top of the T-top that would be so perfect for cobia fishing. Of course, the twin 56-gallon insulated fish boxes in the bow would handle more cobia than the regulations allow. You’ll also never run out of bait with a livewell in the starboard side corner and another, optional one in the helm seat.

Disclaimer
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.

Garmin 1040xs Garmin 1040 xs Jensen JMS 2212 Garmin 200 -Compass Garmin 1040 xs forward and aft -Sea Water Pump -Cockpit Shower -Cockpit Cushions -Cockpit Speakers -Swimming Ladder

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