Class I boats generally range from 24' to 32' and are perfect for inland fishing, day excursions, tubing, evening dinner and cocktail cruises, or just anchored off a secluded beach. Class I boats can also be used in conjunction with larger class yachts, with the larger yacht anchored as a mothership.

Builder: Formula
Model: Cuddy Cabin
Length overall: 28’3"
Beam: 9'7"
Displacement Weight: 9,500 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 107 gallons
Water Capacity: 26 gallons
Standard Cruise Speed: 27 knots

The Formula 27 PC combines the best of cruising comfort and superior performance in a truly innovative design. The swept-back look is accomplished through the curved glass windshield and streamlined exterior styling. The 27-foot deep-V hull is designed to slice through the waves, delivering the exciting performance which always defines a Formula.

The Formula 27 PC’s twin 320 hp Volvos DuoProp allow for comfortable cruising at 27 knots with top speeds exceeding 40 knots. Below deck in the cuddy cabin is comfortable seating that can be converted to a bed along with a functional galley with sink, refrigerator and microwave. There is also an enclosed head and additional accommodations aft below the cockpit.

Builder: Pursuit
Model: Center Console
Length overall: 26'5"
Beam: 9'3"
Displacement Weight: 4,500 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 188 gallons
Water Capacity: 18 gallons
Standard Cruise Speed: 22 knots

The 2670 CC walkaround is a serious fishing boat both for offshore and inland waters with the rugged construction and built-in quality expected from Pursuit. Her wide beam delivers one of the larger fishing platforms in her class, her generous fuel capacity gives her the kind of long range capabilities that big-water fishermen demand and her layout affords anglers the ability to fight fish from virtually anywhere on the boat.

The 2670 CC comes with a soft T-Top with rocket launchers, spreader light and overhead drop-down PFD storage. Her console has lockable electronic cover and full instrumentation at your fingertips for all the controls, trim tabs, remote spotlight and windlass. The leaning post has a fresh water sink, tackle storage and a 49-gallon livewell. The transom rigging station contains a large fishbox, sink with raw water washdown and a bait cutting board and a walk-through transom door adjacent to the station.

There is an enclosed head compartment within the console with a pressurized freshwater sink. She has an insulated in-deck fishbox with overboard discharge macerator pump. Forward she has in-deck storage, port, starboard and mid-ship storage under the cushioned seating and lockable rod storage. Electronics include Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF, Furuno GPS/FF 1850, Furuno radar, in-dash DF and a Clarion AM/FM/CD stereo. The 2670 is powered by T-200 HP Yamaha HPDI engines and cruises at 22 knots with a top speed of 40 knots.