The SeaVee lineage is pure fishing, and the 310 reflects this pedigree. The 65-gallon live well in the transom bulkhead is engineered for serious live-bait keeping. The 3/4-inch, see-through lid provides a clear view of the contents, and it locks down tight and seals against a gasket. This allows the well to be pumped full under slight pressure, which eliminates sloshing and dramatically increases bait survival on the run offshore. A 300-quart insulated fishbox in the cockpit sole drains overboard, but can be fitted with a macerator pump. Diaphragm pumps are the rule here. They have proven to work better than impeller pumps, last longer and easily move chunks of gurry up to 1 1/2 inches in diameter, eliminating pump jamming and burnout.