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2015 MAKO 234 CC

2015 MAKO 234 CC

With a horsepower rating of up to 300 and a 136 gal. (515 L) gallon fuel tank, it’s got the power and range to get you out to where the big ones cruise. And at a full 23’ 4" long, with an 8’ 6" (2.6 m) beam it’s sized right for safe cruising and plenty of speed.

Incredibly spacious in the inside, with a capacity of 11 people, it’s also got a non-skid surface on the walking flats, gunwale tops, fore deck and stern platform. In addition, you get a 31-gal. (117.35 L) aerated livewell, a new 94-qt. (88.96 L) removable cooler w/cushion, port and starboard aft fishboxes, plus port & starboard bow seats w/86-qt. (81.39 L) insulated storage below w/gravity overboard drainage!

Add to all that the big range of customizing options (including new underwater shadow caster LED lighting and powder-coated white rails & T-top frame), and you can rig out to the max for any type of offshore fishing with the rugged and deadly MAKO 234 CC.

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2015 MAKO 18 LTS

2015 MAKO 18 LTS

The proven and capable MAKO 18 LTS is built to probe skinny inshore waters, but performs just as well out in the bay or on inland lakes. From snook to striper, tarpon to trout, the 18 LTS will get you there so you can get them in the boat.

The patented Rapid Planing System transom and MAKO performance hull pop you up on plane in a jiffy, and increases engine efficiency and top-end speeds by feeding water into the prop. And the 11" (28 cm) draft lets you penetrate the shallows farther than ever.

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2015 MAKO 214 CC

2015 MAKO 214 CC

At 21’ 5" (6.5 m) and with an 8’ 6" (2.6 m) beam, it’s rated for up to 11 people and can run up to a 250HP outboard. It’s fast and stable as well, so whether you’re chasing mahi or taking the kids out for a sea cruise, you’ll be ahead of the game.

Voluminous storage can be found throughout, and fishing-friendly features pack the roomy deck. The rigged-out center console boasts nearly everything a captain needs to get underway and on top of the fish. And the 2-tone high-density marine-grade vinyl upholstery is UV- and stain-resistant.

The minute you board the new MAKO 214 CC, you’ll know that success in the big blue is just around the corner for you.

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2015 MAKO Pro 17 Skiff CC

2015 MAKO Pro 17 Skiff CC

Thanks to the Advanced Inverted V hull design, the Pro 17 Skiff CC rides smooth and drafts shallow (just 8"/20 cm), making it ideal for both skinny inshore marshes and rough inland waters. And the rolled gunwales keep you drier at cruising speed.

The deck and foam-filled hull are mechanically and chemically bonded to become one unitized structure with superior flotation and quiet operation. And at 17’ 4" (5.3 m) long with an 80" (2m) beam, it’s incredibly spacious and stable.

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2015 MAKO 204 CC

2015 MAKO 204 CC

The legendary dry-riding MAKO hull is bolstered by a 1-piece integrated fiberglass stringer grid, and then injected with foam for an ultra-strong, super-safe substructure. And the hull/deck joint is chemically bonded 360° and mechanically fastened every 6" (15.2 cm) with stainless steel fasteners.

The uncluttered layout of the deck is anchored by the center console, allowing fishing for a crew of up to 8 around the entire perimeter of the vessel. Features like the spacious aerated livewell, in-deck storage, insulated fishboxes, rod holders, pedestal helm seating, and top-loading anchor locker further cement its legacy as an industry-leading fishing boat.

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2015 MAKO Pro 16 Skiff CC

2015 MAKO Pro 16 Skiff CC

The incredibly popular MAKO Pro 16 is a nimble, soft-riding skiff that’s built to master the inshore world—and it performs admirably on inland lakes as well.

The Advanced Inverted V (AIV) hull provides incredible stability, smoothness in chop, and a drier ride, and it jumps onto plane in an instant. And even though it drafts only 8" (20 cm), it boasts amazing load-carrying abilities.

The deck and foam-filled hull are mechanically and chemically bonded to become one unitized structure with superior flotation and quiet operation.

Onboard, you’ll find roomy, non-skid fore and aft casting decks, rod storage, open gear storage and a livewell. Plus, the cushioned helm seat features an industry-leading, 85 qt. (80.5 L) cooler with amazing ice-keeping abilities.

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2015 MAKO 184 CC

2015 MAKO 184 CC

This compact but deadly saltwater prowler is built to cruise nearshore waters, but it’s hardy enough to venture offshore to pursue bigger game.

The hull/deck joint is chemically sealed and bonded 360°, plus it’s mechanically fastened every 6" (15.2 cm) with stainless steel fasteners. The chop-taming, aggressive Deep V hull allows it to brave rougher conditions with confidence, and results in a stable platform, whether punching through the breakers or weathering a storm.

The 184 CC is an extremely able craft for up to 5 anglers, with 360° of fishability around the fully outfitted center console. The port and starboard bow seats each sport 64-qt. (61 L) fishboxes, and a forward livewell keeps your catch frisky.

Wherever you fish, you’ll be primed to succeed in the MAKO 184 CC. And it comes standard with a Mercury® 115 EXLPT OptiMax® outboard (upgradable to 150HP), plus a custom tandem-axle aluminum trailer with brakes.

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2014 MAKO 21 LTS

2014 MAKO 21 LTS

Here’s a bigger boat for higher stakes adventures! The newest addition to the lineup, the 21 LTS, brings the celebrated MAKO Light Tackle Skiff hull design to anglers who require a larger fishing platform, like professional guides and tournament contenders.

In addition to the smooth, dry ride and shallow capabilities the Rapid Planing System delivers, the 21 LTS continues to lead the pack with a lengthy list of tournament-winning features. Inside the roomy cockpit area, raised casting decks, a removable forward-console fishbox/cooler, padded helm seat/cooler, 30-gallon (113.56 L) aerated livewell, plentiful storage and more all ensure you, and your co-anglers, enjoy maximum success. Plus, its 21’ (6.40 m) length and 8’ 4” (2.54 m) beam provide plenty of room for up to seven anglers to easily maneuver.

When the stakes are higher, the 21 LTS always rises to the top!

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2014 MAKO 18 LTS

2014 MAKO 18 LTS

Find your quarry, wherever they hide with the MAKO 18 LTS! Redfish. Tarpon. Snook. Trout. Flounder. Saltwater bays. Coastal lagoons. Inshore waterways. Backcountry flats. Freshwater lakes.

Whatever species you’re chasing, whatever locale they’re in, the 18 LTS delivers the performance, features and durability needed to get there and reel them in.

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