3070 Offshore Express
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The Pursuit 3070 Offshore Express was one of a growing number of 30-foot-plus express boats introduced in the early 2000s with outboard power. Built on a deep-V hull with moderate beam and a solid fiberglass bottom, the 3070 Express is a handsome boat with a versatile layout and a full array of fishing amenities. No one does cockpits better than Pursuiteverything is within easy reach, and fit and finish is as good as it gets in a production boat. Standard features include an integrated swim platform, bow pulpit, 40-gallon transom livewell, removable in-deck fish box, foldaway transom seat, bait prep center with sink, tackle storage, windlass, aft-facing jump seat, cockpit bolsters, rod holders (6), transom door, recessed trim tabs, raw-water washdown, full-height bow rail, and dive ladder. The aft bridge deck lifts to reveal cavernous storage compartment below. The 3070s comfortable midcabin interior with teak-and-holly sole sleeps four and includes a galley with fridge, standup head/shower, convertible dinette, and offset double berth forward. Twin 250hp Yamaha outboards deliver a top speed of about 40 knots.