Anglers who enjoy the finer things in life will want to check out the Pursuit OS 325, which despite being the smallest in Pursuit’s cabin boat line-up delivers a huge dose of luxury along with fish ability. The cabin is far more finely appointed than your average fishing machine, with touches like a V-berth that converts to a dinette with a solid wood table on an electrically-actuated adjustable pedestal; a mid-cabin with a twin berth; a fully enclosed stand-up head with shower; and a full galley. The bridge deck is similarly comfort-laden with a huge L-shaped lounger, a doublewide flip-up bolstered helm seat, (optional) air conditioning with reverse-cycle heat, and an aft-facing bait-watching seat next to an entertainment center with a sink, cutting board, and 120V outlet.
Critical Fishing Features
- Four gunwale-mount flush rod holders
- Four hard top support rocket launchers
- 24-gallon live well
- Under-gunwale rod racks
- Insulated in-deck fish boxes w/diaphragm pump-outs
- Integrated cockpit tackle station
- Cockpit spreader lights
- Dedicated through-hull transducer pocket
- Fresh and raw water wash-downs
- The anchor windlass with through-hull anchor system will make dropping and retrieving the hook a piece of cake. We note, however, that many OS 325s are likely to leave the factory with a Helm Master system, which includes Set Point virtual anchoring functionality, among other features.
- While the additional attention paid to luxury features and maximizing cabin space does mean you lose a bit of cockpit square footage and fish ability, it also makes it a lot easier to extend fishing trips and enjoy overnighting on the fishing grounds.
- Powered with twin Yamaha F300 outboards you’ll enjoy a zippy 35-mph cruise to the hotspots.
See the Pursuit OS 325 on video.