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The Pro-Line 27 Sport (called the 29 Sport in 200506) began life back in 1993 when she was introduced as the 2700 Sportsman, a full-transom center console with bracket-mounted outboards. So popular was this boat that when Pro-Line decided to replace her in 2000, they completely updated the old Sportsman, adding a new integrated transom and redesigning the helm console. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a wide 9'10"" beam, the 27/29 Sport is a well-proportioned boat with a functional deck layout similar to most popular center consoles in this class. Standard features include an integral bow pulpit with roller, integrated swim/dive platform with ladder, 35-gallon livewell, U-shaped bow seating with storage under, in-deck fish boxes (2), transom door, tackle storage, full-height bow rails, pop-up cleats, leaning post with rod holders and cooler, raw-water washdown, front console cooler seat, walk-in console with portable head, cockpit bolsters, gunnel rod holders, cockpit rod storage, cockpit shower, rear bench seat, trim tabs, and bow cushions. About 40 knots top with twin 225s.
Overview Tough center console with wide beam, impressive equipment list is a lot of boat for the money.
Features Spacious cockpit with bow casting platform offers more fishing space than most boats her size. Standard features include 35-gallon livewell, in-deck fishboxes, transom door, tackle box, pop-up cleats, leaning post with rocket launcher, console cooler. Large console houses roomy stand-up head.
Comments Called the Pro-Line 27 Sport in 200004; 29 Sport in 200506.
Performance About 40 knots top with twin 225s.