Specifications

Name: 27 Express
Length: 27a
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 200 gals.
Model Years: 2000—2003
Draft: --
Beam: 9'10"
Water Capacity: 30 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: 29'1"
Innovation is an overused term in the marine industry, but few would deny that the term applied in describing the Pro-Line 27 Express. This is a what many refer to as a “crossover” boat—a combination fishboat and day cruiser that meets the needs of serious anglers who want a boat they can also use for occasional family cruising. Note that while Pro-Line calls this boat an express, her deep, recessed walkways are those of a traditional walkaround design. What sets the 27 Express apart from similar boats in her class is the location of the galley. Rather than putting it down in the cabin where space is limited, it’s outdoors on the extended bridge deck, just forward of the helm, where it’s convenient to everyone. A bench seat opposite the helm and a transom seat in the cockpit provide plenty of guest seating, and a V-berth and portable head are found in the compact cabin. Fishing features include a 35-gallon transom livewell, tackle drawers, two in-deck fish boxes and a transom door. Twin 200hp Mercury outboards reach a top speed of close to 40 knots.

Overview

Versatile walkaround cuddy with innovative layout is blurs the line between family fisherman, weekend cruiser.

Features

Cockpit amenities include 35-gallon livewell, in-deck fishboxes, built-in tackle box, padded bolsters, cushioned rear seat, transom door. Lounge seat opposite helm seats three. Compact cabin has V-berth, portable head. Side walkways are wide with well-placed handholds, sturdy rails.

Comments

Note galley cabinet forward of helm. Called Pro-Line 29 Express in 2005.

Performance

About 40 knots max with twin 225s.