414 Center Console
Length w/ Pulpit:
Makos largest and most powerful center console to date, the quad-powered 414 CC is available in three configurations: Standard, Sportfish and the Bluewater Family Edition. The Standard Edition features an open bow area, two 50-gallon transom livewells, and an aft port hull side dive/boarding door with stowable ladder. The Sportfish Editionalso with an open bow areaadds an 80-gallon leaning post livewell, outriggers, cabin and cockpit air conditioning, 20 Rupp gunnel rod holders, LED underwater lights, and a Fusion stereo system. The Bluewater Family version features forward-facing bow lounges, deluxe hardtop with retractable shade, a cooktop and refrigerator in the leaning post, Mercury Joystick controls, seven fold-down seats, and removable bow table. All versions include a large cabin below the console with flip-down double berth, sink, storage, handheld shower and over seven feet of headroom. The 414s large helm can easily accommodate two 15-inch video displays. In both the Standard and Sportfish models, a huge in-deck bow compartment stows fenders, buckets, and personal gear. Four Mercury Verado 350hp outboards deliver a top speed of over 50 knots.
Overview Maxi-beam fisherman introduced in 2005 gave anglers reason to take a fresh look at Mako boats.
Features Wide beam provides cockpit space for several anglers. Amenities include standard T-top with rod holders, bait station with tackle storage, big 50-gallon livewell, leaning post with sink & tackle storage, cushioned forward seating, freshwater system. Space at helm for flush-mounting electronics.
Comments Deep-V hull handles a chop without pounding; high bow freeboard insures a dry ride.
Performance About 45 knots with twin 250s.