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A large fishing cockpit, excellent range, and solid construction characterize the Stamas 310 Tarpon, an offshore center console with a reputation for strength and value. She rides on a solid fiberglass hull with an integrated transom and wide 11'2"" beam. Like all Stamas products, the 310 is a rugged boat with an impressive array of features. All the necessities for serious fishing are here-two livewells, three fish boxes (two forward, one aft), under-gunnel rod storage, and six rod holders. The leaning post incorporates a rigging station with freshwater sink and oval livewell, and the bench seat at the transom can be removed to free up additional cockpit space. The 310s huge console contains a very roomy head compartmententered through a companionway next to the helmwith marine toilet and over six feet of headroom. Wide walkways make getting around easy, and U-shaped forward seating and a doublewide console seat make the Stamas an excellent family boat. A bow pulpit, tilt helm, recessed trim tabs, and transom shower were standard. Note the large 400-gallon fuel capacity. No lightweight, twin 250hp Yamahas top out close to 40 knots. Twin 240hp Yamaha diesels cruise at 26 knots.
Overview Big offshore center appeals to savvy anglers looking for solid construction, large fishing cockpit, first-rate fishing amenities.
Features Spacious deck layout with forward seating features standard leaning post with rigging station, 50-gallon circulating livewell, rear bench seat, transom door, forward fish boxes (2), raw-water washdown. Huge console houses roomy head with unique entry door next to helm.
Comments Excellent range. Modified-V hull delivers stable rough-water ride. Sterndrive diesel is optional.
Performance About 40 knots top with twin 250s.