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September 21, 2007

Pursuit 3800 Express

The 3800 Express is Pursuit's largest boat to date, and it combines serious fishing features with plush belowdecks accommodations. The cockpit features coaming bolsters and a standard transom door. There's a passenger seat that folds up into the transom, plus a large fishbox.

At the forward end of the cockpit sits a full tackle center with a rigging area and a live well with a viewing port. To starboard, an aft-facing seat lets you monitor baits in comfort. The bridgedeck has a helm seat that moves fore and aft electrically, and a large L-shaped lounge seat to port holds more passengers. The helm itself tilts aft for easy wiring access, and a huge wraparound windshield offers protection without sacrificing visibility.

The cabin has a double berth forward, with a large galley to starboard and the head to port. Burnished wood abounds below, with teak and holly flooring, and teak-veneered bulkheads. A 6' 4" Pullman berth provides additional sleeping capacity. There's plenty of storage space too, including an upscale, vertical rod locker in the cabin. Standard power is twin 450-hp Cummins diesels, with optional 485-hp Volvo Penta diesels available. Pursuit Boats, Ft. Pierce, FL; (561) 465-6006;


LOA: 40' 11"
Beam: 14' 2"
Draft: 3' 11"
App. dry weight: 21,800 lbs.
Fuel: 450 gals.
Water: 100 gals.
Transom deadrise: 18 ¿
Base price w/twin 450-hp
Cummins 6CTA diesels: $360,000