Sailfish 241CC

Fishing and family fun.

by Capt. Tom Serio
Sailfish Boats builds fishing boats that promise the best in quality and the latest innovations.


  • LOA: 24'
  • Beam: 8'6"
  • Draft: 1'6"
  • Weight: 5,000 lbs.
  • Fuel Capacity: 108 gals.
  • Water Capacity: 14 gals.
  • Power: Single Yamaha/Mercury (up to 300-hp)
  • Price: (w/Yamaha 200 XB outboard): $79,900

With the new 241 Center Console (241CC), Sailfish keeps yet another promise: To make its boats family friendly.

Thanks to the exclusive VDS (Variable Degree Stepped) hull, the 241CC runs on three distinct running surfaces, providing a smooth, efficient and fast ride. When matched with a Yamaha or Mercury outboard (up to 300-hp), the 22- to 24-degree deadrise will slice any sea. Kevlar and carbon fiber construction adds strength, while foam-filled stringers add safety.

On the water, Sailfish knows it’s fish or family time. Twin insulated 120-quart bow fish boxes, a 30-gallon baitwell with LED lights, rigging tubes, non-skid flooring, rod holders galore, a padded leaning post, a tackle organizer, and outriggers all add to the fishing experience.

For the family, there’s great seating all around. The bow has deep seating, cushioned bottoms, padded combing and a drop-in center table. Drop-in backrests allow for forward seating. A seat with a built-in 27-quart cooler is in front of the console, offering the perfect spot to chill the catch or drinks. A center bench seat with bolster and a port jump seat are across the transom.

The commanding helm has a lot going on. There’s a two- person seat on a frame, or upgrade to the fiberglass seat cabinet that contains split seats, tackle storage and a livewell. Room abounds in the dash for a built-in Garmin multi-function display, a 4-inch VesselView engine monitoring display, a VHF, a Fusion stereo, switches, trim tabs, power assist steering and more.  

The integrated hardtop adds storage capacity, protection from the sun, overhead lighting and additional grab points. The console contains a step-down, stand-up head with a freshwater sink and shower — a must for those long days on the water. 

Secure all the gear in the console-top storage box, under- seat storage areas, footrest locker or forward in-deck storage; there’s storage everywhere you look. 

“Like all Sailfish center consoles, the 241CC is fishing focused and family friendly,” says Howard Libin, business development director for Sailfish. “Whether you’re looking to go inshore or offshore, the versatile 241CC is set-up for your perfect day on the water.”  



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