Length w/ Pulpit:
First of the larger Pro-Line models to have an integrated transom, the 2810 Walkaround is similar in appearance to her sistership, the hugely popular Pro-Line 2950, but without the 2950s midcabin interior. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a wide 10'2"" beam, the full bow section and relatively high forward freeboard of the 2810 account for much of her interior volume. Her 70-square-foot cockpit is large enough for serious fishing, and wide walkways around the cabin provide good 360-degree fishability. Standard features include an integral bow pulpit with roller, 42-gallon transom livewell, in-deck fish boxes, raw-water washdown, tackle storage drawers, bait prep station, full-height bow rail, cockpit bolsters, cockpit rod storage, aft-facing jump seat, gunnel rod holders (4), cockpit lights, and transom door. Below deck, her roomy cabin with standing headroom sleeps two and includes a full-service galley, vertical rod storage locker, large head with shower, and convertible dinette forward. Most were sold with a factory hardtop. No lightweight, Yamaha 225s reach about 40 knots wide open.
Overview Popular family fisherman with center helm position delivers traditional Pro-Line mix of rugged construction, large fishing cockpit, comfortable accommodations.
Features Amenities include large 42-gallon livewell, in-deck fishboxes, raw-water washdown, tackle storage drawers, bait-prep station, rod storage. Cozy cabin includes removable table, galley cabinet, rod storage locker, enclosed head with shower.
Comments Note large electronics box, tilt-out dash panel. Called the Pro-Line 28 Walk in 2000.
Performance About 40 knots top with 225 Mercs.