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Introduced in 1993, the Pro-Line 2700 Sportsman is a full-transom center console with a mega-wide 9'10"" beamone of the biggest 27-footers on the water even by todays standards. Like most Pro-Lines of her era, the Sportsman was heavily built on a solid fiberglass hull with a flared bow and relatively high freeboard. The wide beam results in tons of cockpit and storage space as well as a wide helm console. Standard features include an integral bow pulpit, bow casting deck, forward seating with storage under, transom livewell, transom bait prep station with sink and cutting board, console head/storage compartment with shower, rear bench seat, forward console seat with cooler, cockpit bolsters, leaning post with rocket launchers, rod storage racks, three in-deck fish boxes (two aft, one forward), built-in tackle drawers, fresh and saltwater washdowns, and transom door. Note wood-free construction beginning in 1995. No lightweight (and not especially fuel efficient), the 2700 Sportsman tops out at close to 40 knots with twin Yamaha 225s.
Overview Full-transom center console with spacious cockpit hit the right buttons with 1990s anglers looking for space, affordability.
Features Fishing features include transom bait station with livewell, raised bow casting platform, console head compartment, leaning post with rocket launchers, rod storage racks, three in-deck fishboxes (two aft, one forward), tackle drawers, fresh/saltwater washdowns, transom door.
Comments Wide 9'10"" beam is a foot wider than many 27-foot center consoles.
Performance About 40 knots top with twin 225s.