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Brief Summary

Key Features

  • Res-Q retractable boarding ladder
  • Non-skid resistant casting deck surfaces and gunwales
  • 10 stainless steel vertical console rod holders
  • 624 quarts of total storage and fishbox with macerator pump-out
  • 65 quart ice chest
  • 60 gal. transom livewell with LED light, aeration and recirculation pump
  • LED Lights for release Well, baitwell, and compartment light package
  • Removeable rear deck backrest with custom seat cushion
  • JBL AM/FM, Bluetooth, and MP3 port with 4 speakers
  • Custom fiberglass console with large easy access door and matching 2-tone paint
  • Specifications

    Length Overall 25' 5''
    7.75 m
    Beam 8' 6''
    2.59 m
    Dry Weight 2,650 lbs.
    1,202 kg
    Tested Weight N/A
    Draft 13''
    0.33 m
    - Draft Up N/A
    - Draft Down N/A
    - Air Draft N/A
    Deadrise/Transom 15-deg.
    Max Headroom open
    Bridge Clearance 8' 2''
    2.49 m
    Weight Capacity N/A
    Person Capacity N/A
    Fuel Capacity 73 gal.
    276 L
    Water Capacity N/A
    Length on Trailer N/A
    Height on Trailer N/A
    Trailer Weight N/A
    Total Weight
    (Trailer, Boat, & Engine)

    Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

    Engine Options

    Std. Power Not Available
    Tested Power Currently no test numbers
    Opt. Power Nine Mercury engines from 250-hp to 350-hp
    Three Yamaha engines from 250-hp to 300-hp
    Seven Evinrude engines from 250-hp to 300-hp
    Two Suzuki engines from from 250-hp to 300-hp

    Captain's Report

    Triton 260 LTS Pro running shot
    At 25’5” (7.75 m) LOA, the Triton 260 LTS Pro is big enough to handle coastal ocean waters and large lakes.


    The 260 LTS Pro is Triton’s flagship bay boat and she’s designed to set the bar for the class. Her bottom has a broad flare at the bow to knock down spray and to provide a wide forward casting deck. The pad at the transom helps improve holeshot and enhance mid-range and top speed. She comes standard with a 4” (10.16 cm) hydraulic jackplate.She has a large fishing area in the bow and plenty of space to pass by the console to the stern when fighting a fish. There are rod holders placed seemingly everywhere, plus racks under the gunwales and lockers in the bow. In the stern, the 260 LTS Pro has a 60-gallon (227 L) livewell, plus a 25-gallon (94.6 L) baitwell. Insulated bow lockers (64 gallon and 92-gallon / 242.3 L and 348.3 L) fitted with drains can be used as fishboxes or for dry storage. Two Yeti coolers keep drinks chilled.Because Triton is an independent builder, the manufacturer can offer 2- or 4-stroke outboards from Mercury, Evinrude, Yamaha or Suzuki, ranging from 250 to 350 horsepower. The 260 LTS Pro comes standard with electric trim tabs with a position indicator and a stainless-steel propeller that Triton tunes to the boat.

    Main Features

    Performance Heritage.

    Triton president Earl Bentz is a former world champion powerboat racer in the Formula 1 class.

    Equipped to Fish.

    The 260 LTS Pro’s transom livewell and baitwell each have an LED light and 1100-gph aeration and recirculation pumps. There are five stainless steel rod holders on each side of the console, plus five more in the back of the leaning post and two in the aft deck corners. That’s a total of 19 rod holders, plus racks under the gunwales. Triton’s fiberglass swim platform with storage for the 3 step stainless steel folding boarding ladder is mounted on the stern for quick and easy deployment.

    Triton 260 LTS Pro profile shot
    In this photo, the 260 LTS Pro is equipped with the optional T-top and trolling motor.

    No Wood.

    Triton laminates the 260 LTS Pro with hand-laid fiberglass and AME 1000 resin. The transom is cored with Tri-Core polyurethane core that is used in aircraft construction and the transom spans the full width of the stern of the boat to better support the motor.

    Triton 260 LTS Pro rendering
    This rendering from Triton details the manufacturer’s wood-free construction approach.

    Unibody Construction.

    The boat is built from three pieces, the hull bottom, a single-piece stringer grid and the deck. The Zero-Flex Stringer System has two longitudinal braces running from bow to stern and seven cross members to provide strength and prevent twisting when the boat is running in rough water. The hull, stringer grid and deck are bonded together with fiberglass and flotation foam is injected into the stringers, hull rails and compartments in the hull and deck. To support the seats, cleats, rails, rod holders and available tops, Triton glasses in aluminum backing plates in appropriate areas.

    Features Inspection

    The Bow.

    The bow casting area is a step up from the cockpit and it takes advantage of the 260 LTS Pro’s 8’6” (2.59 m) beam. There are locking rod storage compartments outboard beneath the sole while in the center are two insulated boxes with drains and macerator pumps that provide a total capacity of 156 gallons (591 L). Most anglers will probably use one to hold fish and the other to store gear. An anchor locker in the bow has space for ground tackle. For convenience, there is an engine trim button at the bow.

    Triton 260 LTS Pro casting deck
    Steps on each side of the cockpit make it easy to get up to the 260 LTS Pro’s large casting deck in the bow.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro gas struts
    Triton sweats the small details using thick rubber weather stripping and stainless-steel gas struts that will last longer in a saltwater environment.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro fish boxes
    The center lockers in the foredeck are insulated and equipped with drains so they can serve as fishboxes.

    The Cockpit.

    Steps on each side of the casting deck lead down into the cockpit. Beneath one of the steps is a raw water washdown. There’s a Yeti 65-quart (61.5 L) cooler secured in place on the front side of the helm console. Just ahead in the sole is a locker big enough for a bucket or a bait net. Racks in both gunwales use bungee cords to hold fishing rods in place.

    Triton 260 LTS Pro cooler
    The 65-quart (61.5 L) Yeti cooler is removable and the large hatch in the console opens to access extra storage and the helm rigging.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro inspection panels
    Throughout the 260 LTS Pro there are inspection panels so that owners can better maintain their boat.

    The Helm.

    The 260 LTS Pro’s console is wide enough to protect two adults traveling side-by-side from oncoming wind and spray. The Plexiglas windscreen comes standard and buyers can opt for a T-top or fiberglass hardtop. On the port side of the dash, the tilt helm features an Edson stainless steering wheel with a power knob. The vertical panel ahead of the wheel has space for optional electronics and the boat comes with full-instrumentation, a Voyager compass, a JBL stereo with Bluetooth and an MP3 port, and a 12-volt accessory plug. The leaning post has a removable backrest and side-by-side seats with folding bolster cushions. In the leaning post base, the second 65-quart (61.5 L) Yeti cooler is mounted on a slide that makes it easy to pull out from beneath the cushion.

    Triton 260 LTS Pro helm station
    The helm station is logically laid out with the trim tab buttons and indicators directly ahead of the shift and throttle control.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro accessory switches
    All accessory switches on the 260 LTS Pro are protected by rubber boots and they illuminate when turned on.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro glove box
    The console glove box is perfect for car keys and a wallet, and to the left, the battery switch is in easy reach.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro radio box
    Part of the optional fiberglass hardtop, the radio box has space for a VHF radio and stereo.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro helm seat
    With the bolsters folded down, the driver can lean comfortably while operating the boat.

    The Stern.

    Abaft the leaning post, the 260 LTS Pro has the 60-gallon (227 L) livewell in the transom with a baitwell in the aft starboard corner. The central hatch directly ahead of the motor opens to provide access to the bilge compartment.

    Triton 260 LTS Pro back rest
    A removable backrest slips in place behind the cushion on the livewell hatch to create a bench seat on the aft deck.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro livewell
    In addition to its 1100-gph (3028 lph) aeration and recirculation pumps, the livewell has an LED light for night fishing.
    Triton 260 LTS Pro baitwell
    The 25-gallon (94.6 L) baitwell is an easy reach in the aft starboard corner.

    Power Options

    We haven’t tested the 260 LTS Pro so we don’t have any performance numbers. The base motor is a Mercury 300 Verado Pro or a 350-hp Verado. Triton offers more than 15 engine options from Mercury, Yamaha, Evinrude and Suzuki.

    Triton 260 LTS Pro running shot
    A pad in the 260 LTS Pro’s bottom helps improve holeshot, efficiency and performance.

    Options to Consider

    • Console cover
    • Lowrance Link-8 or Raymarine 55 VHF radio
    • Lowrance Mark 5X or Elite 5 Chirp depth finder
    • Lowrance HDS5, HDS7 Gen 2 Touch, HDS9 Gen 2 Touch or HDS12 Gen 2 Touch GPS
    • Humminbird 859 C, 959 C, 999 C, 1159 C, 1199 C, Onix 8 SI or Onix 19 SI GPS
    • 4 bank battery charger
    • Minn Kota or MotorGuide trolling motors
    • Two bike seats and Pro poles
    • Teleflex turn signal trim
    • T-top with four rod holders, an electronics box, two spreader lights and PFD storage
    • Fiberglass hardtop with four rod holders, electronics box, two spreader lights, four speaker locations and PFD storage
    • Blade Series 8’ Power pole in a choice of colors
    • Custom-built aluminum I-beam trailer
    Triton 260 LTS Pro trailer
    Among the many available options on the 260 LTS Pro is the aluminum I-beam trailer.


    The 260 LTS Pro comes with a Limited Lifetime Hull Warranty, plus a three-year Limited Component Warranty on items installed at the factory.

    Cash Incentives.

    As of this writing, buyers of the 260 LTS Pro can choose from a $2,000 cash rebate or a $2,700 package of a Triton Apparel Gift Card for $500, a $1,000 Cabela’s Gift Card and a Duckett Fishing Rod Package worth $1,200.


    See a local dealer.


    The 260 LTS Pro is indeed a well-equipped boat with a performance heritage. Her pad bottom and broad flared bow provide a mix of performance and dry ride that should draw praise from inshore river and lake anglers. With a draft of only 12” (.33 m), she can get into the shallows.The large casting deck should be a hit, as should the rod storage and big lockers/fishboxes beneath one’s feet. Rod holders on each side of the console and in the back of the leaning post provide plenty of spots for gear when underway. The helm console and two-person leaning post look comfortable and well thought-out and we like that both of the Yeti coolers are secure in place.The standard-equipment list includes most of the gear anglers are looking for and the financial incentives, choice of outboard motors and a long list of available options will allow buyers to keep the Triton 260 LTS Pro as a basic bay boat or deck it out for serious fishing.

    Standard and Optional Features

    Marine Electronics

    GPS/Chart Optional
    VHF Radio Optional


    Battery Charger/Converter Optional
    CD Stereo Standard
    Shore Power Optional
    Trim Tabs Standard
    Washdown: Raw Water Standard

    Exterior Features

    Hardtop Optional
    Ice Chest Standard
    Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard
    Swim Ladder Standard


    Bimini Top Optional


    Full Warranty Information on this brand coming soon!

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