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Among the best outboard fishing boats of her era, the 272 Sailfish is a redesigned version of the companys popular 255 Sailfish (198193) with an integrated transom, minor interior modifications, and a redesigned bottom. Heavily built, the 272 Sailfish was one of Gradys best selling models during her production years. A wide 9'6"" beam provides more usable cockpit space than many 27-footers as well and a reasonably roomy cabin. The side decks are wide enough for easy bow access and a deep cockpit keeps everyone secure when the going gets rough. Standard features include a bow pulpit, 20-gallon aft livewell, rear bench seat, insulated fish/storage boxes (2), cushioned bow seating, cockpit bolsters, transom door, deluxe helm seats, raw-water washdown, transom shower, trim tabs, and rod storage racks. Nearly all Grady-White 272s were sold with the factory hardtop. Below deck, a functional cabin with mini-galley, enclosed head/shower compartment, athwartships aft berth, and convertible dinette/V-berth forward sleeps 34 people. The Sailfish will reach a top speed of close to 45 knots with Yamaha 250 outboards.
Overview Updated version of popular Grady-White 25 Sailfish (19781993) with integrated transom, redesigned bottom, ranks with the best walkarounds ever produced.
Features Recirculating 20-gallon livewell, aft bench seat, insulated fishboxes, cockpit bolsters, deluxe helm and companion seats, raw-water washdown, cockpit shower. Roomy cabin with fully equipped galley, enclosed head with shower, athwartships aft berth, V-berth. Most were sold with factory hardtop.
Comments Became 282 Sailfish in 2001.
Performance About 45 knots with Yamaha 250s.