Length w/ Pulpit:
Introduced in 1995, the Cruisers 3175 is a generic midcabin cruiser with twin-sterndrive power and the Euro styling features typical of many late-1990s family express boats. (Note the unique shape of the bow pulpit makes it seem like an extension of the foredeck.) Built on a deep-V hull with balsa coring in the hullsides, the interior of the 3175 is remarkably open for a 31-footer with plenty of natural lighting thanks to three overhead hatches. The floorplan is arranged with a convertible dinette/V-berth forward, a compact galley to port, a roomy head compartment with a separate stall shower, and another double berth aft. A privacy curtain separates the midcabin area from the salon, and cabin headroom is a full 6-feet, 3-inches in the galley. Topsides, visibility from the elevated helm position is excellent. Additional features include a walk-through windshield, foredeck sun pad, cockpit wet bar, dockside water inlet, trim tabs, and wraparound lounge seating in the cockpit. A radar arch was a popular option. Among several engine choices, twin 245hp/5.7-liter Volvo sterndrives cruise the Cruisers 3175 Rogue at 23 knots and reach a top speed of 3839 knots.