26 Center Console

A sporty center console that doesn’t skimp on sophistication, the 26 CC is ready to transform any outing into an incredible experience you won’t soon forget. With seating for twelve and ample storage for gear and food, you’re ready for fishing at dawn, cocktails at sunset and everything in between. Specifically designed and engineered to handle the three different types of propulsion- a feature no other center console currently offers, the 26 CC reaches speeds up to 43 knots with optional power. The Hunt Deep-V hull provides the remarkable comfort, dry ride, easy seakeeping, and roughwater performance that is the signature of every Hunt Yacht.

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Engineered for Comfort

The deluxe ergonomic helm seats with cushioned back and adjustable bolsters ensure your ride is smooth and secure. The interior features generous 6 foot standing headroom with a shower, sink and head. The teak swim platform with stainless steel ladder and transom door makes boarding a breeze. The single level walk-around cockpit is safe, secure and simplifies maneuvers like docking and anchoring.

Fishing Frenzy

The 26 CC’s sport fishing features include an insulated forward fish well, in-transom live well, insulated fishbox in port bow locker, insulated under-seat cooler, ample rod storage and optional, lockable fly rod storage. In addition to a wide choice of power, options include a T-top, aft stern seat, windlass, outriggers, rocket launcher style rod holders, bow thruster and full electronics package.

The Choice Is Yours

Each Hunt is built on a semi-custom basis and provides owners with a choice of propulsion and outfitting that includes a selection of fine fabrics, specialty accessories, tasteful finishes and a list of options to craft a boat that is uniquely yours.

Specs

LOA27’ 4”
BEAM9’ 0”
DRAFT1’ 6”/ 2’ 9”
DISPLACEMENT6,600 lbs
FUEL CAPACITY100 U.S. Gallons
WATER CAPACITY15 U.S. gallons
ENGINE1 x Single Mercury 300 HP Outboard
OPTIONSingle Yamaha 300 HP Outboard
TOP SPEED41 knots

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