Sailfish 226 DC

The 226 DC serves up a comfortable ride.
Courtesy Sailfish Boats

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The dual-console design of the Sailfish 226 DC serves as a great fishing machine, but also pleases friends and family who just want to spend a great day on the water. The 226 DC rides on Sailfish’s sixth-generation Variable-Degree Stepped (VDS) hull, which features a 24-degree entry angle to slice through waves. The second surface is 23 degrees, enabling air to flow under the hull to reduce friction and improve fuel efficiency. The third and outermost surface is 22 degrees, enhancing stability at rest. A full windshield protects the consoles, and back-to-back seating accommodates a full crew. The helm has room for an optional Garmin 7-inch display. The port console houses a private head compartment with a standard portable marine toilet. The 226 DC features a 21-gallon livewell, insulated bow fish lockers, and plenty of rod holders for days when fishing is a top priority. Power comes in the form of a single 150 or 200 hp outboard from Mercury, Suzuki or Yamaha. A transom door allows access to the swim platform, and the walk-through windshield panel ­offers easy access to lounge seats in the bow.

Length:23’0″Beam:8’6″Draft:1’6″ (engine up)Weight:5,150 lb. (w/ power)Fuel:108 gal.Max HP:200MSRP:$100,362 (base w/ single Suzuki 150)


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