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The Pro-Line 30 Sport (called the 31 Sport in 20056) was among the bigger center consoles of her day when she came out back in 2000. Heavily built on a solid fiberglass hull, the wide 10'10"" beam of the 30 Sport results in one of the larger cockpits in her class. Unlike many late-model center consoles, there is no forward seating or raised casting deck in the Pro-Line 30. Instead, the bow area is flush, although there is a step down on the way back to the cockpita likely trip hazard for the unsuspecting. High gunnels make for a deep cockpit, and the head compartment in the oversized console comes with a sleeping berthfish all day and catch a nights sleep below. Standard features include an integrated swim platform, bow pulpit, pop-up cleats, transom door, lockable electronics storage, recessed trim tabs, in-deck fish boxes (forward), 45-gallon transom livewell, in-deck storage lockers (aft), rear bench seat, pop-up cleats, bait prep center with sink, cockpit rod storage, swim ladder, cockpit bolsters, leaning post with backrest, raw-water washdown, and forward console seat. A big 30-footer, twin 250hp Mercury Verados top out at 40 knots.
Overview Big-water canyon runner with extra-wide beam (called Pro-Line 30 Sport in 200004; 31 Sport in 200506) meets anglers need for space, stability, comfort.
Features Highlights include 45-gallon transom livewell, huge bow casting platform, transom door, lockable electronics storage, insulated fishboxes, rear bench seat, pop-up cleats, tackle storage. Enormous console houses enclosed head with sink and sleeping berth.
Comments More usable cockpit space than most center consoles her size.
Performance About 40 knots top with 250 Mercs.