Pursuit’s tough, proven hulls, matched to dependable Yamaha Outboards, have earned them a devoted following among fishermen in the Northeast who want to get to the fishing grounds—and back—in comfort.
The new entry point in the Pursuit sport lineup is the S 268 with an LOA of 27′ 4″. It features the timeless styling, luxury finishes, and modern amenities that Pursuit is known for.
On a sunrise fishing trip, make use of the spacious cockpit with port and starboard fishboxes, livewell, and plenty of room for both your crew and your gear. Head back out in the evening for a sunset cruise and the fold-out seating in the cockpit quickly transforms the area into a social zone.
Whether out for serious fishing or fun with friends and family, you’ll enjoy the S 268’s ease of operation while at the helm under the oversized sport-style hardtop. With twin Yamaha engines and ergonomically-designed controls, the S 268 is truly a pleasure to run.
The S 378 is the newest addition to Pursuit’s Sport family. It combines center console fishing capability with advanced innovations that give it cruiser-like comfort.
Start by taking a seat at the adjustable helm with enhanced ergonomics, where you’ll feel the power of the triple Yamaha 425 XTO engines and effortless maneuverability that is designed to enhance your fishing prowess.
Already fully equipped for offshore fishing, if you are serious about chasing tuna you can upgrade to a fishing package that includes a secondary livewell and transom fridge/freezer with optional hardtop-mounted rod holders, and outriggers. Foldaway transom seat gives you plenty of space to fight and land fish through the hull-side door.
When it’s time to socialize, fold down the transom seat and impress your guests with fresh tuna at the groundbreaking entertainment center. With the push of a button, the aft-facing seat glides back, transforming the fishing area into a social zone and providing access to a grill, sink, refrigerator, and dedicated storage space. Then, move to the bow area where your guests will vie for a spot on the forward lounge seating.
Also new to this model are tempered glass hull side windows which are aligned with the console sidelights to create sightlines from the center console out through the hull for water views, a feature typically found only on express-style cabin boats.