Pathfinder 2400 TRS: 2023 Boat Buyers Guide

A well-equipped fisher that's sure to please both anglers and boating families.

Pathfinder 2400 TRS near shore
The 2400 TRS serves up a comfortable ride. Courtesy Pathfinder Boats

Each Pathfinder boat model has been carefully designed for specific inshore and nearshore applications—the direct result of requests, concepts, and input from an angler-driven design team, a pro guide staff, and loyal customers.

Each is focused on putting dedicated anglers on fish—coastal tarpon, marsh redfish, freshwater muskies or stripers—and do it in comfort and safely with sensible, proven technology and craftsmanship.   Their reputation is supported by professional fishermen all over the USA.

Pathfinder is one of four brands owned by Maverick Boat Group.

Pathfinder 2400 TRS

Pathfinder’s 2400 TRS is modeled after the company’s popular 2600 TRS. 

The redesigned 2400 TRS has a deeper cockpit and a wider 9-foot beam, creating higher freeboard for all-age big-water security and more stability at rest, respectively.  Of course, together they also produce more space for comfort, fishing and fun.

The boat offers seating for eight, including independently convertible deluxe Lebroc helm seats, forward-facing bow backseats that flush into the casting deck, and the namesake rear bench with its flip-down backrest.

Additional family-pleasing options include ski pylon, forward and aft deck shades, teak bow table, and JL Marine stereo.

Anglers will approve of its 120-quart fish box, 38-gallon livewell (with option of matched release well) and rod holders for up to 24 rods of various types. Forward and aft casting decks are large and obstruction-free. Fishing options include a second station, an extended-shaft trolling motor for GPS anchoring, and dual Power Poles.

Manufacturer’s Remark

The 2400 TRS is for the family that leads an active water-lifestyle, including fishing. The 2400 Open is for the serious angler that puts a premium on hardcore fishing.

Performance Data

  • Test Power: Yamaha F300
  • Test Props: Yamaha Saltwater Series II, 15” x 19”, stainless steel 
  • Test Load: Two people, 50 gal. fuel, three batteries, dual Power Poles
  • Test Speed: 55 mph at 6,050 rpm
  • Max Range: 278 miles (90 percent of 88 gal. fuel capacity, at 3.52 mpg, 30.2 mph, 3,500 rpm)


Fuel Capacity:88 gal.
Dry Weight:4,350 lb. plus power
Max HP:350

Editor Says

The new 2400 TRS builds on the professional-grade fishability of Pathfinder’s bay boats and adds exciting convertible family features, making this classy hybrid bay boat double as a family dayboat. -Randy Vance, Editor-at-Large, Boating and Fishing Group

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