3070 Offshore Center Console
Length w/ Pulpit:
The Pursuit 3070 Offshore Center Console is a high-quality express from a builder that always gets it right. Part center console and part walkaround, the versatile layout of the 3070 Offshore will satisfy the demands of anglers and cruisers alike. Built on a deep-V hull with moderate beam and a sharp bow entry, standard features include an integral bow pulpit with roller, integrated swim/dive platform, 44-gallon transom livewell, bait prep center with sink, console seat with cooler under, tackle storage, folding transom seat, cockpit bolsters, raw-water washdown, anchor locker, aft-facing jump seat, gunnel rod holders, cockpit rod storage, trim tabs, and a large in-floor fish/storage box. Below deck, the midcabin interior of the 3070 Offshore sleeps 34 and includes an enclosed head/shower, compact galley with refrigerator, teak-and-holly sole, and a convertible dinette/V-berth forward. Note that the leaning post tilts forward at the push of a button to expose lighted racks under the helm deck for up to 12 rods. One of the most expensive boats in her class when she was new, Yamaha 250s reach a top speed of around 40 knots.
Overview Luxury-class sportfisherman combines walkaround versatility with efficient center-cosole deck layout, compact cabin with family-style amenities.
Features Highlights include 44-gallon livewell, bait-prep center with sink, tackle storage, large in-floor fishbox. Electric leaning post tilts open to expose lighted storage for up to 12 rods. Well-appointed cuddy with midcabin berth, enclosed head sleeps threefour.
Comments Full wraparound windshield replaced original cut-down windscreen in 2003.
Performance Yamaha 250s deliver about 40 knots top.