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Here at Shitzu, we're listening. You told us you wanted power. You told us you wanted panache. You told us you wanted a foredeck long enough to host two socially distant orgies at the same time. And the Longfin is our answer.
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The Shitzu Longfin is a speed boat featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of The Cayo Perico Heist update.


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The vehicle appears to be clearly influenced by the Magnum 44' luxury speed boat, seen in the sleek windshield, shape of the gunwale and the characteristic details on the sides.

The Longfin features a large profile similar to the Squalo and the Toro, where the bow is prominently elevated and features small cleats and black panels on the upper area, along with concave gunwales on the sides with additional cleats next to the windshield. The port and starboard sides make use of square windows with chrome trim around, which are always opaque. The aft of the boat makes use of a slanted transom with what looks like circular vents on either side, along with a steel duckboard on the stern. Two additional cleats can be seen on the rearmost portions of the gunwales, right above the rear vents.

The cabin area makes use of luxury details, such as the wooden flooring on the aft section and a rounded wooden panel below the windshield. What seems to be an unusable access door can be seen around the center of the boat, while the captain sits behind a dedicated black helm with the corresponding controls, with "Truck" analog dials on the upper section. Bench seats are seen through the whole aft section, finished in leather and featuring cup holders around the front, denoting its recreational purpose.

The boat may spawn with a variety of colors, where the primary one is applied on the upper half of the hull and the frontal section of the cabin area, while the secondary one is applied on the lower half of the hull, cup holders and duckboard. A tertiary/trim color is applied on the leather seats and a central detail on the steering wheel.

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The Longfin is predictably the fastest vehicle of its class, but has a seemingly wide normal turning radius, which can be mitigated with the use of the handbrake button. The large profile also difficults the vehicle to navigate through narrow rivers and canals. Because of its high engine output, it is very prone to flip on stormy waters or if colliding with an obstacle, so it is recommended to lean forward to level the boat.

The Longfin is powered by two inboard engines, which emit a high-revving sound typical of speed boats, such as the Jetmax and the Predator.

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Watercraft Statistics - Grand Theft Auto Online
(0-60mph / 0-100km/h)
Top Speed
(mph / kmh / knots)
(Inboard / Outboard)
(kg / lbs)
Fuel Tank
Size (litres)
N/A 87 / 140 / 76 N/A 7000 / 15432 10
Website Statements [?]
Observed / First-Person Speedometer (Enhanced version)
N/A N/A Twin inboard engines Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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Prominent Appearances in Missions

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The Cayo Perico Heist

The Longfin is debut featured in The Cayo Perico Heist, owned by El Rubio's smuggling crew[1].


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  • Can be found parked at the dock of Cayo Perico, but cannot be driven.
  • Available for purchase on DockTease for $2,125,000 or for $1,593,750 (trade price after completing the Cayo Perico Heist as the heist leader and using it as the approach vehicle). It will be added as a Pegasus vehicle.

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  • Originally, the Longfin was controled from the right side[2].
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  • Both the speedometer and the tachometer dials are backwards; the needles move to the opposite direction of what is marked on the dials themselves.


  1. Mentioned by Pavel during Heist Prep: Longfin.
  2. WildBrick142 on Twitter

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