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The Pro-Line 30 Walkaround (called the 31 Walkaround in 2005) is the same boat and Pro-Lines best-selling 2950 Mid Cabin built from 19921999, but with a more stylish integrated transom. Shes a roomy boat thanks to a wide 10'10"" beam, but what really sets her apart is the midcabin layout, something seldom seen in a boat designed for fishing. Available with sterndrive or outboard power, the large cockpit and roomy helm deck can accommodate a small crowd. Wide walkways around the cabin are a plus. Standard features include a double-wide helm seat, 45-gallon transom livewell (under transom seat), cockpit bolsters, in-deck fish boxes, bait prep station with sink, tackle storage, trim tabs, raw-water washdown, gunnel rod holders, rod storage racks, bow pulpit with roller, windshield vents, cockpit rod storage, transom door, and cockpit lights. Below deck, the Pro-Lines roomy midcabin interior sleeps four and includes an enclosed head/shower, full-service galley with microwave, and convertible dinette/V-berth forward. A heavily built boat, Yamaha 225 outboards reach about 40 knots wide open.
Overview Restyled version of earlier Pro-Line 2950 (199299) with integrated transom added new life to popular design.
Features Standard features included 45-gallon transom livewell, rear bench seat, built-in tackle box, insulated fishboxes, aft-facing cockpit seat, freshwater sink, transom door, cushioned foredeck seat, bow pulpit. Well-appointed cabin with fully-equipped galley, enclosed head with shower, midcabin berth sleeps three.
Comments Note deep walkways, good helm visibility.
Performance Over 40 knots top with twin 225s. (Called Pro-Line 31 Walk in 2005.)