The Blackfin 332 CC made its official debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in late October; at the same time, the company announced that it plans to launch five new boats this year, including center- and dual-console models to 40 feet.
Currently the lineup’s flagship, the 332 boasts a yachtlike design and numerous fishing amenities. Standard features include a 35-gallon transom livewell with a cutting board, a 20-gallon leaning-post livewell, fresh- and saltwater washdowns, twin 100-gallon insulated in-sole fish boxes, lockable rod storage, boarding and transom doors, and more.
The standard hardtop with powder-coated aluminum frame comes with six rod holders; Blackfin placed 10 more vertical holders in the gunwales and transom. Twin 45-quart Yeti coolers pull out from beneath the leaning‑post/tackle center.
The 332 CC features power-assist steering, carries 315 gallons of fuel, and can handle up to 900 horsepower. In factory testing, the boat, powered by twin Mercury Verado 350 outboards, hit a top speed of 52.2 mph at 6,400 rpm, achieving 0.86 mpg.
Blackfin 332 CC Specifications
LOA: 33 ft. 2 in.
Beam: 10 ft. 6 in.
Dry Weight: 10,500 lb. (w/o engines)
Draft: 1 ft. 11 in.
Transom Deadrise: 22 deg.
MSRP: $318,114 (w/ twin Mercury 300 Verados)