Blackfin 400CC

The 400CC is built to chase big fish.

Blackfin 400CC rendering
The 400CC mixes fishability with performance. Courtesy Blackfin

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The 400CC is Blackfin’s biggest boat yet, an offshore center-console designed and built with a Michael Peters two-stepped running surface. Power comes in the form of multiple outboards with up to 1,800 hp total. The bow features large sun pads and a drum windlass concealed below the deck to preserve the bow’s sloping lines. Two rows of heated seats with fold-down bolsters for crew comfort are found at the helm. A higher second row ensures that everyone can see ahead, while grab rails, cup holders, charging ports and RGB lighting make the seating comfortable and convenient. The full-height windshield provides weather protection. Two 24-inch Garmin MFDs reside in the dash. A tackle station abaft the helm seats includes a composite countertop and cutting board as well as a sink and optional electric grill. An aft-facing fold-down mezzanine seat is a standard feature. The large tuna door helps haul in big fish. There’s a 70-gallon transom livewell. A spacious cabin includes a skylight, a couch that converts to a berth, a mini galley, and a separate head and shower with a pocket door for privacy. 

Fuel:475 gal.
Max HP:1,800
MSRP:NA at press time


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