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The Luhrs 350 Convertible is a well-constructed flybridge cruiser with a large fishing cockpit and a roomy, well-appointed interiora lot of bang for the buck by the standards of her day, and one of the smaller flybridge boats then produced by a major manufacturer. The 350s rakish styling (note the darkened wraparound salon windows) was state-of-the-art when she came out in 1990, and an affordable price gave her an edge against most of her upmarket competitors. Standard features include a hardtop with electronics box, bow pulpit, transom door, livewell, bait prep station with sink and storage, generator, swim platform, cockpit lights, fresh/raw-water washdowns, cockpit bolsters, gunnel rod holders, and in-deck fish box. The original single-stateroom, mid-galley floorplan of the 350 Convertible was replaced in 1995 with a more popular two-stateroom, galley-up layout. The flybridge seats four, and the freestanding helm console has a pop-up electronic pod. The 350 Convertible is not remembered as having been one of Luhrs better-riding boats. Standard gas engines cruise at 18 mph; 350hp 3116 Cat diesels cruise in the low-to-mid 20s.
Overview Muscular sportfisherman with signature Luhrs styling targets savvy anglers with an eye for value.
Features Roomy cockpit came standard with transom door, tackle drawers, insulated fishbox, transom door, livewell. Original single-stateroom floorplan with mid-galley was replaced in 1995 with new two-stateroom, galley-up layout. Hardtop was standard.
Comments Flybridge redesigned in 1995 with improved seating. A seriously good-looking boat.
Performance Standard gas engines cruise at 17 knots; optional 350hp Cats cruise at 2324 knots.