Sailfish 325 DC: 2018 Boat Buyers Guide

Every square inch of the 325 DC is planned for fishing and family-fun utility.
Sailfish 325 DC
LOA: 31’6″ | Beam: 10′ | Fuel Capacity: 297 gal. | Dry Weight: 11,066 lb. with power | Max Horsepower: 700 | Certifications: NMMA Courtesy of Sailfish Boats

Sailfish Boats knows that no matter how committed its customers are to fishing, they also like wakeboarding, dinner cruising and lots of other water-related fun. So, they build boats that can do it all, elegantly.

Sailfish makes a full line of center console, dual console, walkaround and bay boats, 19 to 32 feet, all featuring its exclusive quick sea-taming Variable Degree Stepped (VDS) hull.

Anglers delight in multiple rod holders forward and aft, insulated fish boxes, built-in baitwells and plenty of tackle storage. Options can even more precisely match the boat to your angling tastes.


And despite Sailfish’s serious-fishing-boat reputation, every Sailfish has the built-in versatility to be a family-fun boat too: comfortable full-bow seating, stow-away tables, abundant storage space, roomy head and retractable ski tow bar. For comfort and safety, Sailfish boats have the industry’s highest cockpit depth and oversize cockpit drains.

100% composite construction using Kevlar® and carbon-fiber reinforcements are added to the hull and deck for durability, and the stringer system is foam-filled for added safety. Each Sailfish boat comes with a 10-year hull warranty and a lifetime “no-rot” guarantee.

Sailfish prides itself on what it calls “intelligent ergonomics” design, with every square inch planned for fishing and family-fun utility.



In the masterful wake of the Sailfish 275 DC cruises its newer, bigger brother, the Sailfish 325 DC, a crossover boat ready for whatever you seek on the water.

Like its sibling, the 325 DC is a hard-fishing boat with family-friendly features: deep luxurious bow seating, abundant fold-down aft seating, an in-floor ski locker and rod storage, a well-equipped cockpit galley, a spacious head beneath the port console with galley (plus microwave and bunk, at your option). Inside the port console forward is a built-in storage organizer that has a side entry for easy electronic installations.

Freshwater stations stand ready in the head, cockpit galley and transom, and there’s raw-water washdown too.


A Fusion stereo with amp and subwoofer kicks out the jams when captain and crew desire.

Then, of course, there’s the fishing stuff: aft in-floor fish box, LED-illuminated baitwell and insulated bow fish boxes with overboard drains. Eight flush-mounted stainless-steel rod holders come standard, plus four rocket launchers on the standard powder-coated hardtop.

Whether fishing, cruising or playing in the water, the 325 DC offers a smooth ride courtesy of its VDS hull.


Three pull-out seats in the cockpit fold out of the way when passenger-carrying gives way to fish-fighting — when this crossover elegantly changes its game.