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Blackfin 31 Combi


Name: 31 Combi
Length: 31
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 300 gals.
Model Years: 1993—1997
Draft: 2'11"
Beam: 11'10"
Water Capacity: 70 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: 33'10"
If the Blackfin 31 Combi has a different look than previous Combi models, it’s because she’s a remake of the earlier North Coast 31 (1988–90), a highly regarded deep-V fisherman from Massachusetts. In developing the 31 Combi, Blackfin engineers replaced the original North Coast floorplan with a new dinette layout that is more open and suitable for family cruising. Lounge seating was also added opposite the helm. The result is a family-friendly offshore fisherman with civilized, almost upscale, cruising accommodations—a rarity in a serious fishboat. In 1995 Blackfin revised the layout with a larger head compartment, a portside dinette, and a convertible dinette forward. Additional features of the 31 Combi include unusually wide side decks, hydraulically operated engine room hatch, a well-designed helm console, cockpit storage boxes, and a transom door. An excellent sea boat with a notably sharp entry, standard 320hp gas engines cruise the 31 Combi at 20–21 knots and reach about 30 knots top. Optional 300hp Cat diesels cruise at 25–26 knots and reach a top speed of approximately 30 knots.


Proven fishing machine based on popular North Coast 31 (1988–90) is stabile, versatile, dependable.


Roomy cockpit includes lift-out fish/storage boxs, transom door, tackle cabinet, fresh/saltwater washdowns. Entire bridgedeck rises electrically for engine access. Well-appointed ash interior with convertible dinette, full galley, stand-up head compartment is surprisingly spacious for a 31-footer.


Very wide side decks. Good overall finish.


Standard 320hp gas engines cruise at 20 knots; 300hp Cat diesels cruise in the low 20s.

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