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A distinctive boat with a bold Palm Beach profile and center helm position that many anglers love, the Pursuit 3000 Offshore was one of the most popular boats in her class following her introduction in 1995. Shes built on a modified-V hull with a wide 12-foot beam, and her 60-square-foot cockpit is among the largest to be found in a 30-foot fishing boat. Although the 3000 Offshore has many creature comforts, shes way more fishing boat than family cruiser. Standard features include an integral bow pulpit, large transom fish box, cockpit bolsters, integrated livewell/bait prep station with sink and tackle drawers, transom door with gate, fresh/raw-water washdowns, gunnel rod holders, cockpit rod storage, and trim tabs. The entire helm deck lifts for engine access. Below, the roomy teak-trimmed cabin of the Pursuit 3000 sleeps four and includes a full-service galley, settee with flip-up backrest, rod storage enclosure, enclosed head/shower, and a double berth forward. No racehorse (and not especially fuel efficient), Volvo 260hp KAMD 44 diesels cruise at 2223 knots (about 30 knots top).
Overview Well-built inboard fisherman with classic Palm Beach styling, top-notch finish gets high marks for performance, versatility.
Features Cockpit came with full array of fishing amenities including centerline bait station, cushioned storage boxes, transom fishbox. Bridgedeck lifts for easy engine access. Surprisingly spacious cabin with full galley, pilot berths, backliy rod storage display, sleeps four.
Comments Visibility is excellent from raised helm.
Performance Gas 375hp inboards cruise at 25 knots; 230hp Volvo diesels cruise at 23-24 knots.