While the details remain sparse, most likely in anticipation of the upcoming Miami International Boat Show in February, Blackfin Boats has announced the impending release of a new flagship model.
The all-new 400CC will mark a noticeable jump in size for the Florida manufacturer (their previous flagship being the 332CC), and will include a host of new design features and technology. The boat has also been mentioned publicly as the 392CC, although we were unable to get clarification at this time.
The new model will be a multi-stepped hull with a 40' LOA and 12' beam and backed by up to 1800 hp outboards from Mercury Marine.
Power configurations would presumably be up to three Mercury 600 hp Verados, four Mercury 450R's, or multiple configurations of two or three outboards of lesser power. Their previous flagship 332CC was powered up to 900 hp in a dual or triple outboard configuration.
The hull design is courtesy of noted designer Michael Peters, who has an extensive portfolio across both recreational boats and larger yachts but has done previous work with Viking Yachts, Bertram, Apache, and others.
The offshore capability of the 400CC will be evident with the inclusion of a 500 gallon fuel capacity and 100 gallon freshwater tank.
The multi-stepped hull and wide beam showcase all the signs of a Michaels Peters hull, all of which are renowned for a smart balance of high performance and cruising comfort.
To get tickets and information for the Miami International Boat Show to see the new 400 CC in person, check out the show's website.