Build & Price
Still the standard in 24′ bay boats.
Starts from MSRP $80,796 w/ VF250 LA
Take the best features across the whole Pathfinder line-up, add in some new ones and then mold them all together. The result is the Pathfinder 2400 TRS. Higher sides, a deeper cockpit and added width gunwale to gunwale add room and security while still keeping this boat a shallow water fishing machine. Standard highlights include walk around gunwales, under gunwale rod storage for rods up to 9.5′, a stepped forward deck with added storage that can double as a fish box and integrated aft deck seats. The raised console with toe kick offers an integrated foot pod with lockable glove box and on the front side has a Dutch door for full, easy access to the back of the helm and to the batteries.
Though the 2400 TRS is loaded with advanced fishing features and practical touches, it has plenty of style and comfort. Blue-hued LED interior illumination throughout, including in the storage compartments, matches up to a backlighted switch panel with mil-spec switches. Stylish options include two- toned cushions, powder coating packages and a color matched hardtop.
The 2400 TRS – another Pathfinder that shows why everything else is just a bay boat.
2400 TRS Specifications
Custom Colors & 2-Tone Options Also Available
Take a Closer Look at the 2400 TRS
2400 TRS Standard Features
2400 TRS Optional Features
Pathfinder Owners Unflappable Confidence in their Boats
I have a 2012 Pathfinder 2400 TRS with a Yamaha 250sho. I am located in central Fl. I absolutely love the boat and its design. I live on a chain of lakes and take the boat out almost weekly. Whether it is over the west coast to catch redfish, snook, grouper, and tarpon; or on the lakes catching bass with my sons it fits perfectly. The boat is spacious enough to fit the whole family yet handles nimble enough to venture from lake to lake. My son is part of BASS nation jr high school and we use the boat to fish all of his tournaments around the state. This year we have been from Lake Okeechobee to Lake Seminole in Bainbridge Ga fishing the bass tournament trail. The boat itself floats shallow yet takes on rough water like I would have never dreamed. There is more than enough storage to haul everything you can imagine and it all be completely hidden away in the compartments. I love my Pathfinder!Matt Murphy Clermont, Fl
I’ve been in my 2400 TRS for about a year now and couldn’t be happier with it! From running the marshes of south Louisiana to running 30-40 miles offshore catching red snapper. It is a fast, dry, and very durable boat. It is a great family boat and a fishing machine! Looking forward to many years of family fun and catching fish.Dylan Lormand