3100-3200 Center Console
Length w/ Pulpit:
The Century 3200 Center Console (called the 3100 until 2001) is a solid, well-built offshore fisherman with a roomy cockpit and a couple of innovative storage features. Shes constructed on a solid fiberglass deep-V hull, and a wide beam makes this a stable fishing platform at trolling speeds. The large console has twin lockable acrylic hatches for flush-mounting electronics and, while most modern center console designs these days have an in-console head, in the Century 3200 this roomy compartment sports a small bunk forward along with a sink, shower, and a portable head under the bunka unique setup. Storage is exceptional; there are two macerated in-deck fish boxes aft and four smaller boxes forward, flanking the console, two in-deck battery boxes, tilt-out tackle trays in the hull sides and another pair of insulated storage boxes under the casting platform. Additional features include a huge transom livewell, a tall windshield, transom sink, raw-water washdown, hydraulic tilt steering, cockpit lighting, bow pulpit, transom door, and trim tabs. Top speed of close to 40 knots with 250hp Yamahas.
Overview Big center console combines agile handling with excellent range, impressive rough-water performance.
Features Cockpit is among the largest in class. Forward seating converts to optional dinette. Standard features include huge 62-gallon baitwell, in-floor fishboxes (4), lockable electronics box, leaning post with backrest & cooler, lockable rod storage, sink with cutting board. Enclosed head has bunk, sink, storage.
Comments Marketed as 3100 Center Console in 19992000. Biggest center console ever built by Century.
Performance Tops 40 knots with 250hp Yamahas.