Want to take your entire family out for a boat ride? The Intrigue 270 may just be the answer with a capacity for up to 18 people.  You’ll entertain those dozen-and-a-half friends in luxury on two forward sofas that are on either side of the forward boarding gate; a massive aft –u-shaped sofa that features two aft facing sunloungers and a movable filler seat in front of the aft-access gate; and two high back Captain’s chairs at the helm and co-pilot positions.  All furniture features ample storage underneath for all the gear your friends will bring aboard.  There’s also in-floor storage forward in the middle tube.

An Executive Galley entertainment centre is located on the port side featuring a sink and paper towel holder in a Corian countertop.  Opposite is the raised fiberglass helm that affords the Captain a commanding view out over both the passengers and the boat itself.  The standard electric bimini top is massive with a full 11-feet of sunshade coverage.

Performance is enhanced from the stan-dard 30” PTX package, with the optional 36” PTX package, or the optional 42” PTX package that features triple outboard power!


Length:  27’ 5” / 8.2 m
Beam:  8’ 6” / 2.59 m
Number of Tubes:  3
Maximum HP:  300
Person Capacity:  18
Weight:  3,250 lbs / 1,477 kgs
Fuel Capacity:  47 gals / 95 L
MSRP:  $54,629.00

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Brad grew up at the family cottage on Lake Simcoe using both powerboats and sailboats. A veteran journalist with large national daily newspapers, outdoor interest magazines, and syndicated television shows, Brad has entertained and educated readers for over 20 years with his unique family-inclusive perspective. His favorite pastime is teaching others to use their boats to access the freedom and beauty of a Life Afloat. Brad, his wife, and three teenage daughters have traveled all over North America, but choose to keep their floating home on the fresh waters of Central Ontario.