I love the helm seat with the flip-up thigh bolster. It makes the helm ergonomics excellent whether seated or standing.
Continuing the design elements from its larger OS 375 sibling, Pursuit integrates the infused-fiberglass windshield into the handsome custom hardtop for a seamless connection, requiring no canvas extension to mate the two parts. You'll never get spray intruding at the helm, yet it still allows ventilation via the center window.
Below, this 34-footer (length on deck) has enough space to provide a double V-berth forward and a midship double with remarkably easy access. That's a lot for a boat this size. Also in keeping with the "yacht" ambience, the saloon/V-berth table (on an adjustable electric pedestal) sports a gorgeous inlay design that sets off well against the backdrop of the teak-and-maple cabin sole.
Pursuit offers the OS 345 in a variety of optional hull colors with the choice of a contrasting boot stripe. Other options include additional transom rod holders and 18-foot outriggers as well as a factory- installed Raymarine E-series electronics package and Sirius satellite radio.
Over the years, Pursuit has sought an acceptable balance between family-cruising-yacht heritage and hard-core fishing advocacy. With each new model, the company refines the blend.
LOA......36 ft. 4 in.
Hull draft......1 ft. 11 in.
Weight......15,950 lb. (dry w/ twin 350 hp OB)
Max HP......Twin 350 hp outboard
MSRP......$351,900 (w/ T350 hp OB)
Pursuit Boats / Fort Pierce, Florida / 772-465-6006 / www.pursuitboats.com