Blackfin launched its new 332CC with a choice of engine packages.
Opt for either twin Yamahas (300-hp to 425-hp) or twin Mercurys (300-hp to 400-hp) and expect to reach top speeds from 45 to 57 mph depending on engine choice and conditions. The central rigging station doubles as the entertainment center with two large pullout coolers and twin sinks so you can keep your fish guts and your hors d’ oeuvres separate.
The hardtop can be accessed via the aft cockpit as well as a dedicated hatch, and there’s a pantographic door to the head. Forward of the console, you’ll find a lounge with large integrated storage for buckets or dive tanks. Access to it is easy with the help of gas shocks that hold the compartment open. At the helm, the driver benefits from twin MFDs and an electrically operated helm seat with folding armrests. The Blackfin 332CC is a solid option for anglers wanting a bit more than a fishing platform.
33′ 2″ LOA, 10′ 6″ beam