Blackfin Boats Introduces Its Newest Flagship: The 392CC

Blackfin Boats 392CC

Sept 19, 2022

Celebrating 50 legendary years, Blackfin Boats introduces their newest addition to the Blackfin line up for 2023-the highly anticipated 392CC. Making its debut appearance at the 2023 Miami International Boat Show, this new 39-foot center console will become the new flagship for Blackfin Boats. With a 40’ water line and a 12’ beam, the 392CC will provide a tremendous amount of space and create a massive presence on the water.

Featuring quad Mercury engines with a Max HP of 1800 and the Michael Peters Double Stepped hull, the 392CC will be as fast and agile as it is smooth and efficient where performance and ride are concerned, and with a 500-gallon fuel capacity and 100-gallon water capacity all of your fishing, cruising, and entertainment activities are sure to exceed all expectations.

At Blackfin Boats, every boat is built on a legendary brand heritage that incorporates the latest in design, engineering, and materials, delivering state-of-the-art fishing boats unmatched in durability, safety, build quality and warranty. Blackfin’s new 392CC will be no exception; the attention to detail in the design and space utilized are among the top in its class. Blackfin’s current lineup features both center and dual console boats that range from 22’ to 33’.

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