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The largest Mako ever built, the 333 is a stylish console express that aimed to split the difference between fishing and cruisingsomething previous Mako designs had never attempted. Unfortunately, the hull is exceptionally heavy for a boat this size and her performance can best be described as unimpressive. Built on aggressive deep-V hull with moderate beam and a solid fiberglass bottom, the deck layout is divided between fishing and cruising. The cockpit came with a full array of fishing amenities, and L-shaped lounge seating for guests is forward of the helm console. Standard features include an integral bow pulpit, integrated swim platform, L-lounge seating (forward of helm), foldaway rear seat, in-deck fish/storage boxes (4), 60-gallon transom livewell, leaning post w/rod holders, cockpit bolsters, trim tabs, gunnel rod holders, cockpit rod storage, transom door, fresh/raw-water washdowns, and cockpit lights. The helm deck lifts for generator access. The Attacks well-appointed cabin with V-berth, midcabin berth, enclosed head, full galley sleeps four. Top speed is about 35 knots with twin 250hp outboards.
Overview Versatile center-console express with comfortable interior, leading-edge styling offered something different for Mako enthusiasts.
Features Fold-away rear seat, four in-deck fish/storage boxes, 60-gallon transom livewell, leaning post with rod holders, coaming bolsters, rod storage, transom door, fresh/raw-water washdowns, bow pulpit. Note L-shaped lounge seating forward of helm. Well-appointed cabin with V-berth, midcabin berth, enclosed head with shower sleeps four.
Comments Helmdeck lifts for generator access.
Performance Over 35 knots with twin 250s.