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The Pro-Line 33 Walkaround (called the 34 Walk in 2005) is a modern express fishing boat whose versatile layout allows her to double as a day boat or family cruiser. Pro-Lines largest walkaround model when she was introduced in 2003, a competitive price made the 33 a good buy compared with her contemporaries. The cockpit is roomy for a boat this size, and deep walkways around the cabin make it easy to get around. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a wide 11-foot beam, standard features included an integral bow pulpit, two in-deck fish/storage boxes, raw-water washdown, cockpit bolsters, cockpit rod storage, gunnel rod holders (4), trim tabs, transom door, integrated swim platform, tackle station with sink, cockpit lights, and windshield vents. An oval 40-gallon livewell is located under the lift-up transom seat. A generator, factory hardtop, and anchor windlass were popular options. Below deck, the 33 Walkarounds Spartan midcabin interior with compact galley, enclosed head/shower, and convertible dinette/V-berth sleeps 45. Twin 225hp Mercury outboards top out at close to 40 knots.
Overview Well-rounded express delivers signature Pro-Line fishability, comfort without breaking the bank account.
Features Roomy cockpit came standard with two in-deck fishboxes, raw-water washdown, padded bolsters, lockable rod storage, transom door, tackle station with sink. Forty-gallon oval livewell resides under lift-up transom seat. No-frills cabin with convertible dinette, midcabin berth sleeps four adults, two kids. Windlass, bow pulpit were standard.
Comments Called Pro-Line 34 Walkaround in 2005.
Performance Nearly 40 knots top with twin 225s.