Build & Price
Outsized versatility in a manageable package.
Starts from MSRP $52,136 w/ F115XA
Welcome to 20.5 feet of great possibilities. Designed in every way to maximize opportunity and minimize hassle, the new Pathfinder 2005 TRS fits big bay boat performance in a manageable package. A higher exterior freeboard, a roomy cockpit, and 16 degrees of deadrise make running and fishing in big water safe and comfortable. Add to that raised casting decks and plenty of storage, including under gunwale rod racks and in-deck boxes big enough for 5-gallon buckets, and this boat will outfish its size every trip. Integrated aft jump seats, fore and aft coolers totaling over 120 quarts, and a forward entry console with tackle storage finish the lengthy list of standards. Feature-packed yet economically packaged with a F115, the new Pathfinder 2005 TRS puts all the water has to offer within easy reach.
2005 TRS Specifications
Custom Colors & 2-Tone Options Also Available
Take a Closer Look at the 2005 TRS
2005 TRS Standard Features
2005 TRS Optional Features
Pathfinder Owners Unflappable Confidence in their Boats
Maverick Boat Group’s 2005 TRS Pathfinder is one of the top-notch vessels that are out there. I had the luxury of owning this particular boat. This boat was very versatile in every aspect that I used it for, which was fishing, fun, family time, and leisure. No matter what adventure I was taking this boat out for that particular day, it performed at the highest caliber. Whether it was cutting through the chop, getting through shallow water, fishing the sod banks or pulling up to a sand bar, she got the job done. I did a lot of back bay plugging for striper against the sod banks using the trolling motor as well as back bay flounder fishing and even was able to bring it out front in the ocean to do some successful Cobia and Mahi fishing. Whether you are fishing or cruising, the 2005 TRS Pathfinder is a very stable platform across the board which not only made you feel safe and stable but also made for a very comfortable ride. There is ample storage throughout the entire vessel for all your fishing gear, safety gear and best of all, plenty of room to store any gear needed to enjoy water activities. Now, we cannot forget about the live wells. There were two live wells on the particular boat that I had which made it easy whether you were fishing the front or the back to grab your live bait and flip it to your target. The two rear seats were a game-changer when we had more than 2 people on the boat. They folded away when they were not being used and were easily accessible when needed. Not only were they comfortable, but they were also positioned perfectly for group conversation. All in all, the 2005 TRS Pathfinder that I owned was one of the best boats that I have ever owned. It handled itself like a larger vessel than it was, a true champion on the water, and never disappointed. I strongly encourage you to consider this model if you are looking for a versatile vessel for fishing, fun, family time, leisure, and more.Zach Crane, Somers Point, NJ
The Pathfinder 2005 TRS is the best boat we’ve ever owned – no question. Awesome family boat and has been a dream fishing boat for me too!!! There really is something to be said about keeping a boat inside our garage. That has been a really nice feature of it sitting so low on the Ameratrail. We’ve had big boats, little boats, new boats and old boats. Bought ours new on Father’s Day weekend from Family Boating Centers – Tampa – and have used it every weekend since!!!Brian Powers – Tampa, FL
I upgraded my 16 Redfisher to a Pathfinder 2005 TRS last February. Kept me sane through quarantined days. Caught a lot of redfish and hunted scallops last summer. Loving life in St Marks, FloridaKimberly Dennison