Pursuit’s new DC 266 replaces the DC 265 as the fifth model in the company’s dual-console lineup, which stretches from a 235 to a 365.
This family-friendly fishing boat features a fiberglass hardtop, tempered-glass windshield and vacuum-infused fiberglass frame. The open bow offers full wraparound seating and a stowable sun pad. A head and sink below the port console and a freshwater washdown in the cockpit provide easy cleanup after a saltwater swim, as well as changing space.
Fishing features include vertical and horizontal rod storage, a 20-gallon recirculating insulated livewell, a 31-gallon insulated transom fish box, a tackle drawer and storage under the companion seat, and aluminum reinforcement plates and wiring for downrigger installation.
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At the helm, optional factory electronics feature a Garmin VHF and 12-inch multifunction display, and a JL Audio entertainment system.
The 266 carries 139 gallons of fuel, and in factory testing (with twin Yamaha 200s), the boat reached 51.3 mph, turning 5,975 rpm and achieving 1.27 mpg.
LOA: 27 ft. 4 in.
Beam: 8 ft. 9 in.
Dry Weight: 6,800 lb. (w/ engines)
Draft: 1 ft. 10 in.
Transom Deadrise: 21 deg.
MSRP: $169,770 (w/ twin Yamaha F200s)