Mako Boats debuts 41-footer in Miami

The Mako 414 also features a 24-inch deadrise hull with a set-back transom and bow thruster.
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Mako Boats officials said the all-new 2018 Mako 414 CC, which they said is the largest, most powerful boat in the company’s 50-year history, is available in three editions.

The 414 CC is debuting at the Miami International Boat Show, which opened Thursday and will continue through Monday.

At 41 feet, with a 143-inch beam and a fuel capacity of 562 gallons, the Mako 414 also features a 24-inch deadrise hull with a set-back transom and bow thruster.

The company said technology features include Garmin electronics, CZone digital switching, a Mako exclusive SharkTooth monitoring app for iOS and Android, and interior and underwater LED lighting.

“The new Mako 414 CC is a true celebration of passion and innovation that represents Mako’s proud 50-year legacy of making boats that saltwater anglers love,” Johnny Morris, founder and CEO of White River Marine Group and an experienced saltwater angler, said in a statement. “With unprecedented design features to please avid anglers and bluewater-loving families, the 414 CC is the ultimate saltwater experience.”

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