New Boats at the 2020 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

The latest crop of fishing machines introduced at this year’s show.

2020 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show aerial photo
The 2020 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show was held as originally scheduled, from October 28 through November 1.Cindi Perantoni (Kreps DeMaria)

Depite the pandemic, organizers of the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, the world’s second largest event of its kind, said “the show must go on,” and many of the exhibiting boatbuilders took the opportunity to launch new, jaw-dropping rides to wow discerning anglers and their families.

Yellowfin 54 Offshore

Yellowfin 54 Offshore at the dock
Length: 54’ | Beam: 15’ | Fuel: 900 gal. | Water: 90 gal. | Weight: 27,000 lbs. (approx.)SWS Staff
Yellowfin 54 Offshore with quad outboards
The Yellowfin 54 Offshore offers big-boat capabilities ideal for bluewater fishing, combined with a high level of creature comforts.SWS Staff
Yellowfin 54 Offshore helm
The helm of Yellowfin’s new flagship includes seating for three and a massive dash to accommodate a trio of large MFDs and much more.SWS Staff
Yellowfin 54 Offshore cockpit door
A starboardside door makes boarding and loading at the dock easier, and also helps bring a big catch aboard.SWS Staff
Yellowfin 54 Offshore cabin
Beneath the Yellowfin’s console, overnighting quarters include a queen berth, fully equipped kitchenette, wraparound seating and a head.SWS Staff

SeaVee 450Z

SeaVee 450Z on a boat lift in Fort Lauderdale
Length: 45’ | Beam: 12’6” | Draft: 26” | Deadrise: 22 degrees | Weight: 16,000 lbs. | Fuel: 750 gal. | Max HP: 2,600SWS Staff
SeaVee 450Z with quad outboards
The 450Z is rigged for quad outboards of virtually any amount of horsepower, and offers a variety of tower and seating options.SWS Staff
SeaVee 450Z helm
The 450Z’s console includes an integral windshield frame and an oversized dash to accommodate practically any offshore electronics package, including three 22-inch MFDs.SWS Staff
SeaVee 450Z cabin
The SeaVee’s cabin features a convertible settee with a hi/lo table, galley complete with microwave oven, fridge, food prep area and sink, plus a well-appointed private head compartment.SWS Staff
SeaVee 450Z livewell system
The SeaVee’s livewell pump system includes a sea chest and dual water pickups to keep bait alive and eliminate aeration problems typically found on stepped hull boats.SWS Staff

Invincible 46 Cat

Invincible 46 Cat front lounger
Length: 46’11” | Beam: 12’ | Deadrise: Variable | Fuel: 1,000 gal. | Max HP: 1,800SWS Staff
Invincible 46 Cat forward seating
Forward console seating/lounging hides ample coffin-style storage underneath, flanked by vertical rod racks on both sides.SWS Staff
Invincible 46 Cat seating under the hardtop
The Invincible’s helm seating consist of three adjustable captain chairs with flip-up bolsters and pull-down arm rests, with a second row of similar seats, all under the hardtop.SWS Staff
Bench seating on the Invincible 46 Cat
A bench right behind the second-row seating accommodates three facing the aft cockpit, to easily keep tabs on the lines.SWS Staff
Invincible 46 Cat transom livewells
The 46 Cat’s transom livewells afford ample live-bait capacity, enable separation of bait species, and includes tuna tubes to keep bonito or small tuna alive.SWS Staff

Pursuit S 428

Pursuit S 428 at the dock in Fort Lauderdale
Length: 43’9” | Beam: 13’ | Draft: 34” | Deadrise: 22 degrees | Weight: 23,600 lbs. | Fuel: 547 gal. | Max HP: 1,700SWS Staff
Pursuit S 428 forward console
The Pursuit’s forward console seating/lounging incorporates a dual chaise with adjustable arm- and backrests, plus twin seats with adjustable backrest right in front.SWS Staff
Pursuit S 428 helm
The console of the S 428 features an aft-tilting helm with fold-out footrest, instrumentation visor, and enough mounting surface for two large MFDs, gauges, switches, and much more.SWS Staff
Pursuit S 428 cockpit seating
Seating aboard the newest Pursuit includes an aft-facing, bench-style mezzanine seat with armrests and storage below, and a pair of power-sliding, forward-facing bridge chairs behind the triple helm seats.SWS Staff
Pursuit S 428 livewells
Bookended by twin livewells in the aft corners of the S 428, a transom seat with flip-up backrest easily folds out of the away when fishing.SWS Staff

Robalo R360

Robalo R360 under the tent in Fort Lauderdale
Length: 36’6” | Beam: 11’4” | Draft: 35” | Deadrise: 23 degrees | Weight: 14,500 lbs. | Fuel: 350 gal. | Max HP: 1,200SWS Staff
Robalo R360 forward seating
The R360’s forward seating includes a console lounger with molded armrests and stowage underneath, plus U-shaped bow seating with insulated storage, recessed grab rail, and forward-facing backrests for lounging.SWS Staff
Robalo R360 helm
The helm of the Robalo features triple bolster seats, and a roomy dash with a Simrad electronics suite complete with radar, chart plotter/fish finder, VHF radio and more.SWS Staff
Robalo R360 skylight
The R360’s hardtop with powder-coated frame includes an overhead skylight and electrically actuated rod holder frame.SWS Staff
Robalo R360 aft seating
An aft-facing bench with removable tackle box storage, and a full transom seat with fiberglass cover hatch that folds flush provide generous seating in the cockpit.SWS Staff

Solace 41CS

Solace 41CS docked in Fort Lauderdale
Length: 41’ | Beam: 12’3” | Draft: 35” | Deadrise: 23 degrees | Displacement: 20,000 lbs. | Fuel: 525 gal. | Max HP: 1,800SWS Staff
Solace 41CS helm
An integrated hardtop with electronically actuated, fully opening windshield protects the smartly equipped helm of the Solace, with an electrical helm riser and numerous other features and conveniences.SWS Staff
Solace 41CS cabin
The luxurious, air-conditioned cabin of the 41CS houses twin settee seating that converts to a queen bed, wood cabinetry, enclosed head with overhead shower, 32” LED TV, premium sound system, and more.SWS Staff
Solace 41CS helm seating
Mezzanine seating for three on the Solace includes removable, magnetic cushions, slide-out footrest, storage drawers, leader spool holders, knife/plier storage, and twin YETI 45 coolers.SWS Staff
Solace 41CS livewells
A pair of 50-gallon, pressurized transom livewells with aquarium window are strategically located in opposite corners of the Solace cockpit.SWS Staff

Caymas 401 CC

Caymas 401 CC ready for a test drive
Length: 39’8” | Beam: 11’6” | Draft: 27” | Deadrise: 22.5 degrees | Weight: TBA | Fuel: 559 gal. | Max HP: 1,800SWS Staff
Caymas 401 CC forward seating
Forward console seating/lounging for two on the Caymas includes ample, coffin-style storage underneath, and vertical rod racks to port and starboard.SWS Staff
Caymas 401 CC helm
The elevated center helm with Rybo-style, faux teak helm pod on the 401 CC is surrounded by three large MFDs, digital gauges, switches, A/C vents, and other essentials, all in plain view and at arms length.SWS Staff
Caymas 401 CC cockpit door
Like any topnotch offshore fishing machine, the Caymas includes a cockpit side door among its numerous features.SWS Staff
Caymas 401 CC livewells
The transom of the 401 CC boasts 7 flush-mount rod holders, and dual 45-gallon livewells with clear lids fed by a premium Hooker Electric pump system.SWS Staff

Scout 425 LXF

Scout 435 LXF on display
Length: 42’2” | Beam: 13’1” | Draft: 28” | Deadrise: 22 degrees | Weight: 16,800 lbs. | Fuel: 500 gal. | Max HP: TBASWS Staff
Scout 425 LXF swim platform
Accessible by port and starboard transom doors, the Scout’s integrated swim platform doubles as an engine bracket.SWS Staff
Scout 425 LXF helm
Shielded from the elements by the hardtop with integrated windshield and side windows, the helm of the 425 LXF features a glass dash with triple MDFs, and three-across bolster seating with flip-down arm rests.SWS Staff
Scout 425 LXF quad outboards
For entertaining or chilling with the crew, an aft countertop with sink and cooktop is easily accessible in the cockpit, and a pair of pull-out stools hide under it.SWS Staff

Everglades 235CC

Everglades 235CC at the docks in Fort Lauderdale
Length: 24’ | Beam: 8’6” | Draft: 15” | Deadrise: 19 degrees | Weight: 5,600 lbs. | Fuel: 105 gal. | Max HP: 300SWS Staff
Everglades 235CC bow seating
Bow seating on the Everglades includes substantial storage beneath, all-round coaming pads that double as backrests, and removable backrests for lounging to port and starboard.SWS Staff
Everglades 235CC helm
The helm of the 235 CC provides unobstructed view and a number of design elements that put dual MDFs, switches, engine monitoring display, trib-tab rockers and other key equipment right at your finger tips.SWS Staff
Everglades 235CC cockpit seating
Dual bolster seats with flip-down arm rests are mounted on a module that swivels 180 degrees to face either the helm or the cockpit.SWS Staff
Everglades 235CC aft seating
A pair of aft pull-out bench seats sit four comfortably in the rear, and quickly fold flush with the transom when the fishing begins.SWS Staff


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