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The Century 3200 Walkaround is a rugged, well-conceived express that many industry pros consider a lot of boat for the money. Built on an aggressive deep-V hull with generous beam and an integrated transom, the 3100/3200 is a versatile boat. As a fisherman, she offers a roomy, uncluttered cockpit with two in-deck (macerated) fish boxes, transom sink with cutting board and washdowns, ice chest, and transom door. The rear seat conceals a very large aerated livewell. Cockpit jump seats are standard, and a lockable electronics cabinet is built into the helm console. The side decks, while not broad, are wide enough to get around easily. Note the nifty lift-out tackle box, port/starboard fuel fills, and bow seating. Below deck, the Centurys roomy interior boasts a well-appointed galley with stove, refrigerator, and microwave, a convertible V-berth/dinette forward, enclosed head with shower, and adult-size mid-berth aft. Four opening ports and two deck hatches provide plenty of ventilation. A diesel generator was optional. Twin 250hp Yamaha outboards top out at close to 40 knots.
Overview Multipurpose walkaround with deluxe cabin accommodations is ideal for extended fishing trips.
Features Roomy midcabin interior features full galley with pullout pantry and microwave, enclosed stand-up head with shower, convertible dinette. Transom sink with cutting board, cockpit bolsters, fresh/saltwater washdowns, tilt steering were standard. Rear seat conceals 62-gallon aerated livewell. Note slick lift-out tackle box, port/starboard fuel fills, bow seating.
Comments A seriously versatile boat.
Performance Over 40 knots top with Yamaha 250s.