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Introduced in 1999, the Pursuit 3400 is a traditional express fishing boat with conservative lines and inboard power. Shes built on a beamy modified-V hull with a solid fiberglass bottom, cored hullsides and prop pockets to reduce the shaft angle. Originally, the deck plan incorporated a centerline helm flanked by L-shaped lounges. The companionway was to starboard, and the interior had the galley aft. In 1999, the deck tooling was completely changed with a new starboard-side helm position with an L-shaped lounge to port. With the companionway now on the centerline, an all-new interior floorplan was devised with a full dinette, although the stall shower of the original layout was lost. As before, the entire bridge deck raises up for access to the motors. The cockpit comes with a molded bait station and tackle center, transom-mounted fish box, and a transom door with gate. Additional features include wide side decks, a molded bow pulpit, and side-dumping exhausts. A good-running boat, twin 370hp Cummins diesels cruise the 3400 Express in the mid 20s (30+ knots wide open).
Overview Hard-hitting fishing machine targets big-water anglers with an appreciation for legendary Tiara luxury, quality.
Features Original model with centerline helm, offset companionway was updated in 1999 with all-new deck design featuring starboard-side helm, rearranged tackle center and livewell, enlarged interior with centerline entry, full dinette, stall shower in head.
Comments Entire bridgedeck lifts for access to engines.Side exhausts keep cockpit free of fumes.
Performance Cummins 370hp diesels cruise in the mid 20s (30+ knots top).