Mako 414 CC First Glance

Mako celebrates its 50-year mark in the fishing-boat industry with a new 41-foot center console.

The 414 CC is available in three editions: Standard, Bluewater Family and Sportfish.Courtesy Mako Boats

Mako is celebrating 50 years in the boatbuilding business with its largest, most powerful center console yet — the 414 CC. The 41-footer comes in three editions: Standard, Bluewater Family and Sportfish.

The Sportfish Edition features two 50-gallon livewells, a tuna/dive door, a Fusion stereo, multiple fish boxes and a walk-in stand-up head with freshwater shower, sink, toilet and bunk/storage area. The Bluewater Family version offers Mercury Joystick control, a retractable shade, a cooktop and refrigerator in the leaning post, seven fold-down seats, a bow table and various console cabin amenities.

The helm on the Mako 414 CC comes with the a CZone digital-switching system.Courtesy Mako Boats

The helm comes with CZone digital switching and Mercury VesselView gauges. The leaning post offers tackle storage and a stainless-steel freshwater sink. The deck is flush with fish boxes and storage; featured seating includes folding corner transom and aft bench seating and a forward-console lounger.

Mako rates the 414 CC for 1,675 hp, available in a quad-outboard ­configuration. In performance testing with our sister publication, Salt Water Sportsman, the 414 reached 60 mph, powered by four Mercury 350 Verados. The 566-gallon fuel tank gives it a 360-mile range at 35.5 mph.

Mako rates the 414 CC for 1,675 hp, available in a quad-outboard ­configuration.Courtesy Mako Boats

Mako 414 CC Specifications

LOA: 41 feet
Beam: 11 ft. 11 in.
Dry Weight: 23,000 lb. (w/ engines)
Draft: 2 feet
Transom Deadrise: 24 degrees
MSRP: $479,995 (w/ quad 350 XXL Mercury Verados w/ Joystick Piloting)

Rod holders and livewells are in perfect fishing position.Courtesy Mako Boats