Mako Boats for Sale

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Mako Boats for Sale
33' - Mako - 1998 - 333 Attack - Annapolis, Maryland, United States333 Attack
1998 333 Attack
  • Model 300
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 1
  • Sleep Count 3
  • Head Count 1
  • Saltwater Fishing
  • Call for pricing
  • Cabins 1 Sleeps 3 Heads 1
  • 2 YAMAHA 300
Call for pricing
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Mako Boats for Sale
31' - Mako - 1996 - Key Largo, Florida, United States
1996
  • Model 30002P
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Cuddy Cabin
  • 41,000
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
  • 2 Suzuki 30002P
41,000
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Mako Boats for Sale
29' - Mako - 2000 - 293 Walk Around - FEELIN FROGGY - Tavernier, Florida, United States293 Walk Around
2000 293 Walk Around
  • Model DF225
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 1
  • Walkarounds/Saltwater Fishing
  • 49,500
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 1
  • PRICE JUST REDUCED BY $5K!
  • 2 Suzuki DF225
  • FEELIN FROGGY
49,500
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Mako Boats for Sale
28' - Mako - 2007 - 284 Center Console - The Office - Westbrook, Connecticut, United States284 Center Console
2007 284 Center Console
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 1
  • Center Consoles
  • 59,500
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 1
  • 2 Mercury
  • The Office
59,500
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Mako Boats for Sale
28' - Mako - 1996 - 282 Center Console - Rhode Runner - North Kingstown, Rhode Island, United States282 Center Console
1996 / 2017 282 Center Console
  • Model DF200AP
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Center Consoles
  • 57,900
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
  • 2 Suzuki DF200AP
  • Rhode Runner
57,900
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Mako Boats for Sale
26' - Mako - 1991 - 261 - Tampa, Florida, United States261
1991 261
  • Model 200CXL
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Center Consoles/Saltwater Fishing
  • 55,000
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
  • New Listing!
  • 2 Mercury 200CXL
55,000
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Mako Boats for Sale
26' - Mako - 1988 - 261 - East Windsor, New Jersey, United States261
1988 261
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Center Consoles
  • 59,900
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
59,900
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Mako Boats for Sale
25' - Mako - 1985 - 254 - Beaufort, North Carolina, United States254
1985 254
  • Model 175 FourStroke
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Center Consoles
  • 224,900
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
  • 2 Mercury 175 FourStroke
224,900
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Mako Boats for Sale
25' - Mako - 1981 - Waretown, New Jersey, United States
1981
  • Model 150
  • Engine Qty 2
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Center Consoles
  • 25,995
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
  • 2 YAMAHA 150
25,995
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Mako Boats for Sale
22' - Mako - 1992 - 221 CC - Panama, Florida, United States221 CC
1992 221 CC
  • Model TRXRB 200 4-stroke
  • Engine Qty 1
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Motorsailers
  • 30,000
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
  • 1 Yamaha TRXRB 200 4-stroke
30,000
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Mako Boats for Sale
21' - Mako - 2008 - 215 Express - Bayfield, Wisconsin, United States215 Express
2008 215 Express
  • Model 175XL Verado 4 Stroke
  • Engine Qty 1
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Walkarounds
  • 24,900
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
  • 1 Mercury 175XL Verado 4 Stroke
24,900
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Mako Boats for Sale
17' - Mako - 2022 - San Diego, California, United States
2022
  • Cabin Count 0
  • Sleep Count 0
  • Head Count 0
  • Bay Boats
  • 30,000
  • Cabins 0 Sleeps 0 Heads 0
30,000
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History of MAKO Boats

In 1967, Robert Schwebke established MAKO Marine, Inc. in Hialeah, Florida. In 1972, it shifted to a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Opa Locka, Florida. This facility came to be home to the MAKO brand named the Miami plant. MAKO Marine would continue under the direction of Robert Schwebke until June of 1994.

In August of 1992, Hurricane Andrew whacked the MAKO manufacturing facility and production. Later, MAKO Marine, Inc., emerged with Credit America Venture Capital (CAVC) became public on August 2, 1994, as MAKO Marine International, Inc.

Currently a publicly owned company, MAKO Marine International continued to produce boats at the Miami, Florida, facility. Then, on January 16, 1997, MAKO Marine came to be part of Tracker Marine Group and now known as White River Marine Group.

What are MAKO Boats?

For the last 50 years, the MAKO brand has been crafting durable, comfortable, and highly fishable inshore and offshore saltwater fishing boats, mainly in the following countries: United States, Italy, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, and Honduras.  Bluewater families and hardcore sport anglers are the main reason to craft MAKO boats.

Every MAKO boat has the best factory warranty in saltwater boats.The stability of the world’s largest boatbuilder supported MAKO boats. MAKO brand ensures that the MAKO boats are overbuilt, ultra-safe, and very fishable.

MAKO boats on Boat.com

Boat.com has an extensive range of MAKO boats at the best market prices. Boat.com is the best place to buy any MAKO boat, New MAKO boats for sale, and used MAKO boats for sale in different sizes. The smallest MAKO boat model is at 15 ft feet in length, to the longest vessel measuring at 41 ft. Currently, Boat.com offers 87 MAKO boats for sale. It includes hundreds of new MAKO Boats for sale and hundreds of used MAKO boats for sale. You can find individual sellers of MAKO boats and professional MAKO boat dealers in the United States. The oldest classic boat listed was built-in 1978 among the used MAKO boats for sale. Further, the newest model year listed is built-in 2022.

How much do MAKO boats cost?

MAKO boat models are available on Boat.com for you in different price ranges, valued from $12,500.00 on the lower end up to $90,000.00 for the most expensive MAKO boat model. Higher performance MAKO boat models now listed come rigged with motors up to [] horsepower. But, if you want shorter, more affordable, and functional boats, Boat.com may have as little as [] horsepower engines.

MAKO boats propose the best prices at Boat.com. It is the right place to own your first ever new MAKO boat model at a highly competitive price. Boat.com has complete confidence in the MAKO brand and makes sure you buy the best deal and select a boat that will match your requirements.

If you are looking for a conventional boat that performs exceptionally, check out Boat.com MAKO boats for sale including, New MAKO boats for sale and used MAKO boats for sale.

Are MAKO Boats all fiberglass?

At fiberglass construction technology, MAKO uses CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and 3D modeling to ensure that the performance intent of the designers and engineers. For hulls and decks, Open-molded fiberglass construction techniques are used to make durable and precisely-formed parts that perform as well as they look. Components like consoles and compartment lids, closed-molded construction technique use, resulting in the parts that are gel coated inside and out for a quality finish, great looks, and easy cleaning.

What kind of boats does MAKO build?

The MAKO Pro Skiff family has the AIV hull. This hull gives an immediate holeshot. It further provides a smooth and dry ride with tremendous stability and top performance. It has Clearwater channels which allow air-free water to flow to the prop for nicer acceleration and handling. Further, it has integrated bow anti-spray design that keeps spray out of the boat.

MAKO boats are inshore fishing machines with a sharp bow and a flatter hull at the transom for shallow performance. These boats are fast, safe, adaptable in performance.

In MAKO boats, to improve holeshot and handling, the Rapid Planning System is used. Legendary MAKO offshore boats are best to keep everyone comfortable on the open ocean.

This brand offers different boat hull types and designs. It includes modified vee, deep-vee, flat, monohull, and others. On Boat.com

What kind of engine (s) can I find in a MAKO boat?

MAKO boat features different propulsion systems such as inboard/outboard, inboard, outboard, outboard-4S, and outboard-2S propulsion systems. At.Boat.com, you can find new MAKO boats for sale and used MAKO boats for sale. These boats are available in different fuel systems such as gas, diesel, and other propulsion systems.

Why are MAKO boats popular?

 The National Marine Manufacturers Association has recognized MAKO fiberglass outboard boats many times for excellence in customer satisfaction. Unique classes and models of MAKO boats make them popular among the boating community. They include Center Console, Skiff, Bay, Saltwater Fishing, and other among other classes and model. Generally, the MAKO boats have a shallow draft and an average beam. MAKO boats are the best choice for day or overnight cruising, fishing either freshwater or saltwater. MAKO boat is a popular conventional boat brand for its image of being classic and crowd-pleaser boats.

What MAKO model is the best?

Currently, there are some most distinguished MAKO boat models: the Pro Skiff 17 CC, the Pro Skiff 15 CC, the 18 LTS, the Pro Skiff 19 CC, the 214 CC, the 284 CC, and the 221 Center Console. Boat.com has a wide range of used MAKO boats for sale and new MAKO boats for sale for you, with listings ranging from 1978 year MAKO boat models up to 2022.