Terry Atamian Sport Fishing
There is no doubt that the SeeVee 270 is among the most amazingly superbly crafted fishing vessels made today. Mine is powered by the mighty Yamaha 350.
The following information on the Seaeee 270Z is aggregated from the official SeaVee website. Click the link below to head to SeaVee:
Fishing – Fishing – Fishing
At twenty-seven feet overall, the SeaVee 270Z bay boat is a stable fishing platform designed for large, exposed bays and coastal areas, as well as the occasional offshore excursion. A hull draft of only 15 inches allows the 270Z to access skinny water and glide along silently guided by a high thrust trolling motor. A twin stepped hull powered by single or twin outboards provides a grin inducing performance at any speed, in a wide range of conditions. Discover a bay boat with offshore DNA running through its veins.
Beyond The Numbers
The SeaVee 270Z bay boat is a testament to what’s possible when you start with a clean sheet of paper. The result? The 270Z clearly sets herself apart with class leading statistics for deck space, storage capacity, range and length overall. Plus the 270Z flaunts intangibles like a great ride and sexy lines. When you add to that a modern, twin stepped hull design and an obsessive attention to detail, ergonomics and quality, it’s no surprise this SeaVee is leading the way and leaving everything else in its wake.
The most important fishing feature on any bay boat is adequate deck space. And the 270Z offers plenty of it! Oversize bow and aft casting platforms are connected by wide gunwales that make walking from bow to stern safe and easy. Eliminating the space hogging splash well further enlarges the overall size of the aft platform – making it the largest currently available on any boat in this class.
Storage and live well space are also a key focus. An abundance of storage lockers, live wells and fish boxes make it easy to bring everything you need – every time! Rod lockers are large enough to accommodate fly rods up to 9 feet and the console holds up to 16 rods vertically.
The Ride that Glides
Just like her bigger SeaVee Z cousins, the 270Z’s cross ventilated, twin stepped, patent pending hull produces better speed, efficiency and handling characteristics than ordinary stepped hulls. Its multiple lifting bodies and unique hull geometry result in a fixed running trim angle, ensuring an optimum angle of attack regardless of speed or sea conditions.
A Modern Day Console
You spend a lot of time at the helm. That’s why we spent so much time focusing on the console. Besides the sheer size, you’ll notice almost immediately that ergonomics drove every aspect of the design process.
There’s lot of space to flush mount variety of electronics. A watertight compartment for cell phones and wallets is centrally located. The windshield is made of tempered glass. Accessory switches and the ignition are mounted on vertical surfaces to minimize water intrusion. And there’s a cup holder on either side of the console.
Up front, the console offers a built-in drink cooler and easy access to wiring and electronics installations. We think you’ll agree, this is what a console should be!
Build it Your Way
The 270Z is offered with single or twin outboards, as well an optional hard top, power poles and other accessories to compliment your boating and fishing lifestyle. We invite you to take a closer look at the available options, features, specifications and color choices.
Front and rear fish boxes offer plenty of storage space, and are insulated to keep your catch cold for days.
The 270Z features two rod lockers, as well as vertical rod storage in the leaning post and on both sides of the console for up to 19 rods
Install up to two 12’ power poles on either side of the transom for fast, easy and silent anchoring in shallow water
The 270Z features one standard bait well up front. An additional 2 wells can be added by converting the rear fish boxes.
Featuring abundant storage for rods and gear, the leaning post is available with or without a cooler below.
A large pop-up rear seat makes longer runs comfortable and days at the sandbar more fun
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