Specifications

Name: 320 Convertible
Length: 32
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 272 gals.
Model Years: 1988—1999
Draft: 3'1"
Beam: 13'0"
Water Capacity: 60 gals.
Waste Capacity: 30 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The 320 Convertible was the first of Luhr’s very successful Tournament series of moderately priced, highly styled fishing boats. Introduced in 1988, she enjoyed a long production run, becoming one of the more popular flybridge boats in her class. Built on a conventional modified-V hull with a wide 13-foot beam, the hull was fully cored until 1990 when Luhrs switched to a solid fiberglass bottom. Notably, the 320 Convertible is one of the few 32-foot boats to have a private master stateroom. Standard features include a bow pulpit with roller, transom door with gate, fresh/raw-water washdowns, parquet galley flooring, teak interior trim, cockpit bolsters, molded bait prep station with sink, cockpit lights, generator, trim tabs, and flybridge seating for five. The 320 received a major update in 1992 when the twin in-deck fish boxes of the original model were replaced with a single in-deck box, and the dinette layout was replaced with facing salon settees. Standard 320hp Crusader gas inboards cruise at 17–18 knots (mid 20s top). Yanmar 300hp diesels cruise in the low 20s. (Not to be confused with the newer Luhrs 32 Convertible introduced in 2001.)

Overview

Popular midsize convertible hit the sweet spot with anglers looking for rakish styling, upscale accommodations, no-excuses fishability.

Features

In-deck fishbox, transom door, fresh/raw-water washdowns, bait-prep station with sink, bow pulpit. Roomy interior with expansive salon features private stateroom with island berth, complete galley, large head with shower.

Comments

Original dinette layout was replaced in 1992 with facing salon settees.

Performance

Twin 320hp gas inboards—or optional 300hp Yanmar diesels—cruise at 20–22 knots.