Sailfish boats for sale – YachtWorld

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Sailfish overview

Sailfish is a more recent yacht builder in the boating world. YachtWorld currently has 256 Sailfish yachts for sale, including 216 new vessels and 40 used yachts, listed by experienced dealerships mainly in the following countries: United States, Canada and Venezuela.

What type of yachts does Sailfish build?

Sailfish models span in size and length from 21 feet to 36 feet with unique boat hull types including deep vee, modified vee, planing and other. They are usually used for traditional, time-honored endeavors such as day cruising, saltwater fishing, freshwater fishing, overnight cruising and watersports. Sailfish manufactures models with outboard, inboard, outboard-4S and outboard-2S propulsion systems, available in gas and other fuel systems.

What Sailfish is the best?

Some of the most notorious Sailfish models as of today include: 272 CC, 220 CC, 242 CC, 276 DC and 320 CC. Various classic and vintage Sailfish models, built as far back as 2005, are currently offered for sale by specialized yacht brokers on YachtWorld. Many sleek, more modern yachts built as recently as 2022 are available from professional yacht dealers and brokerages around the world.

How much do Sailfish boats cost?

Sailfish boats for sale on YachtWorld are available for a swath of prices from $40,733 on the relatively more affordable end all the way up to $396,161 for the most expensive, custom yachts. Top-of-the-line models can hold motors up to an exceptional 895 horsepower, while smaller models may have as low as 150 horsepower engines (although the average power size is 300 HP).

Why are Sailfish boats popular?

Sailfish boats are renowned for their Center Console, Sport Fishing, Dual Console, Walkaround and Saltwater Fishing. These vessels generally have an extremely deep draft and generally wider beam, characteristics that make them a favorite for day cruising, saltwater fishing, freshwater fishing, overnight cruising and watersports.

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