2017 Sea Fox 266 Commander

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Sea Fox 266 Commander 2017

2017 Sea Fox 266 Commander

The Sea Fox 266 Commander is the perfect blue water choice for the serious offshore angler, as well as the boating enthusiast family. With its abundance of standard features and options, the 266 Commander can manke any fresh or salt water excursion a memorable day on the water! This boat has low hours and can tackle, rivers, intracoastal, and offshore activities. This boat is loaded with options including: 55 gallon Live well, Hard top center console, 12 inch SIMRADtouch screen chart/depth/fish finder and weather RADAR, sonar for viewing structure, twin YAMAHA150hp outboards with hydraulic trim, SeaMist color with cream and tan interior, extensive lighting package in multiple colors including transom underwater lighting, two separate radios, windlass anchor, electric toilet with holding tank, raw and fresh water washdowns, 2 large fish boxes, lots of storage under seats, Bluetooth soundsystem with multiple speakers, multiple rod holders throughout on on hard top, easy access to pumps and batteries, great condition! Dual axle trailer included with guide poles. Fun for the whole family...

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