Length w/ Pulpit:
Few small flybridge boats can match the interior space of the Silverton 31, the last in a series of 31-foot convertibles produced by Silverton over the years. At the expense of a small cockpit, the salon dimensions of the 31 Convertible are those of a larger boat. Originally offered with a midcabin floorplan with a claustrophobic stateroom off the galley extending under the salon, in 1992 Silverton offered the option of a single-stateroom convertible interior with a larger galley, but without the midcabins elevated dinette. Both layouts feature an island queen berth in the private forward stateroom as well as a separate stall shower in the head. A large hatch in the salon sole provides access to the engine room. With such generous interior accommodations, it comes as no surprise that cockpit of the Silverton 31 is very small indeed. A transom door, padded bolsters, jump seats with storage under, and rod holders were standard, and molded steps at the corners lead to the 31s notably wide side decks. Topside, the flybridge has the helm forward and bench seating port and starboard. Built on a solid fiberglass hull, Crusader 250hp gas engines cruise at 1819 knots (mid 20s top).