Length w/ Pulpit:
Wellcraft was a big name in the boating industry in the late 1990s, and their popular series of Martinique express boats had much to do with their success. Ranging in size from 24 to 37 feet, Martiniques were stylish, affordably priced cruisers with roomy interiors and lots of standard equipment. That pretty much describes the 3200 Martinique, a maxi-volume express with attractive lines and a generic midcabin floorplan. Built on a solid fiberglass hull, the Martinique differs from most express boats in that the companionway is to port rather than centered. The upside of such a design is a more expansive helm layout with a triple wide seat. The downside: center companionways are easier to use when underway. Below decks, the well-appointed interior sleeps six and includes a full galley with Corian counter, convertible settee, and a standup head with shower. Curtains are used for privacy in the fore and aft sleeping areas. Cockpit features include an aft-facing bench seat, L-shaped rear seating, wet bar, and transom shower. Volvo 310hp I/Os cruise at 25 knots (mid 30s top), and 320hp V-drive MerCruisers cruise at 22 knots (low 30s top). Note that the cockpit was updated in 1998 with U-shaped seating.