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Introduced in 2006, the Pro-Line 35 is a heavily built express with handsome lines and the ability to handle triple-outboard power. Big outboard boats have become popular in recent years thanks to a new generation of powerful V-8 outboards. Built for fishing but with many cruising amenities, the layout of the Pro-Line 35 is very similar to most midsize express boats. The cockpit is large enough for serious fishing, and her surprisingly roomy interior is well suited for overnighting. Standard features include an integrated swim platform, bow pulpit, in-deck fish boxes, tackle station, fresh/raw-water washdowns, foldaway stern seat, lighted 45-gallon livewell, pop-up cleats, transom door, tilt steering, windshield vent, cockpit bolsters, cockpit rod storage; and hot/cold transom shower. A bow thruster, air conditioning, windlass, and generator were popular options. Below deck, the midcabin interior of the 35 Expresswith its teak-and-holly sole, flat-screen TV, enclosed head/shower, and galley with microwave and fridgesleeps 45. Twin Mercury 275 Verados top out at 35+ knots; mid-40s top with triple 250 Verados.
Overview Hard-charging fishboat/cruiser rated for triple-outboard power blends modern styling with upmarket amenities, versatile layout.
Features Highlights include large 45-gallon livewell, in-deck fishboxes, tackle storage center, dual washdowns, pop-up cleats, foldaway stern seat, L-shaped bridgedeck seating. Well-appointed interior with midship berth, enclosed head/shower, dinette sleeps four.
Comments Note easy access to pumps, generator. Good helm visibility.
Performance Twin 250hp outboards top out at 40 knots; triple 225s reach close to 50 knots top.