The Wellcraft 262 Fisherman is a boat designed by fishermen, for fishermen, but is also much more than that, its also a comfortable family day boat.

A great fishing boat, a great boat at sea and a great leisure boat for the family, the 262 Fisherman has superior world-renowned hull performance, a centre console bridge, and combines power, speed and safety with Wellcraft’s usual design flare.

From a full fiberglass construction and poured ceramic transoms, your Wellcraft 262 will always maintain its structural rigidity, resilience, and sharp cornering. Deadrise and transom angles are perfectly balanced to allow the hull to cut effortlessly through the water, increasing boat and engine performance. High freeboards and expertly articulated bow flares bring even more security to your ride. As a result, your family will remain dry, safe and comfortable.

The Wellcraft 262 comes equipped with everything that you’ll need for enjoyable day fishing expeditions such as bait well, aquarium tank well, rod holders and tackle storage, gunnel mount, grab rails, and non-slip flooring. On the 262 you can fish from anywhere on the boat due to its centre console walk around design.

The comfort and detailing of the 262 extends to all aspects of the boat including comfortable flip-up seating and bolsters, bow storage, insulated cooler and stunning outfitting.

Take your sea boat fishing and angling to the next level of fun and excitement, and enjoy leisurely family days out aboard the outstanding 262 Fisherman.

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Warren, Tom, Hope you're both well? I don't know if you follow these things or perhaps you might have taken part in yesterdays race but I thought you might be interested in the results for the 379's which seems to show some pedigree in the face of a blow. Conditions were very testing with over 300 retirements but there were two 379's in ISC Class 5B, ourselves and a boat called Carumba, she made it round in 7.40, we took slightly longer at 7.47 taking second and third in class and 14th and 22nd in ISC overall out of 700 odd which I think is amazing and beating several larger jeanneau's as well. I've always felt she is quick boat but this is the first time I've raced her and so she proved. Warren, we left the technifurl on deck given the 20+knots winds but I have used it a number of times now in the light stuff and it works very well thank you. Best regards, Norman
- Norman A (Sun Odyssey 379 Round The Island race 2016 - New Boat)

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