There are several 245DC owners on the forum, just not sure how many near you. 2020 sucked in several ways, but getting out on the boat is a sure fire way to improve things. I know the boat will make 2021 even better.
Welcome aboard, I have a 2018 down here in NJ, love the boat, had a couple of quirky things to get fixed, but i think they addressed some of them in future builds. Let us know when you take delivery and ask all the questions you want.
schlnrnd it’s the Mercury 300 XL four stroke which I’m told is now a 4.6L V8 (instead of a 6 cylinder). The sales guys tell you it doesn’t have to work as hard to develop the same power. I don’t have any performance numbers but it runs great and was able to do 42mph with full curtains down and 6 adults. Fingers crossed I don’t run into new model year problems. I would have gone Yamaha if the dealer had one..
mdebonis11: specifically in 241cc model
Jan 15, 2021 8:57:40 GMT -5
edkath: What is the common width used for boat lift bunks for a 2019 Sailfish 245 DC?
Feb 1, 2021 16:56:31 GMT -5
fishnfool: ed you might try posting this up top for better visibility.
Feb 5, 2021 13:11:04 GMT -5
gig3: Hello, Seaman Rich, in central Florida just purchase a 1996 17'-6" CC Sailfish and looking for advise and knowledge from all.
Feb 8, 2021 16:51:48 GMT -5
fishnfool: Welcome Rich. Congrats!
Feb 9, 2021 21:08:45 GMT -5
finatic: Closing in on 700 nice, minus one we lost one.
Mar 1, 2021 12:08:52 GMT -5
rjkuenning: Hello, My name is Bob and I am purchasing a new 2021 245DC. I boat in the Cleawater Florida area.
Mar 2, 2021 16:10:46 GMT -5
fishnfool: Hi Bob, welcome and congrats. Posting up top in the forums will get more visibility. I lived in Seminole as a kid when my dad was stationed at MacDill. Good memories of pier and beach fishing.
Mar 2, 2021 17:32:44 GMT -5
finatic: One more to hit 700, who we could of thought.
Mar 6, 2021 15:33:50 GMT -5
finatic: One more to go to hit 700 members who would have thought
Mar 6, 2021 15:34:23 GMT -5