Pursuit Dual Console 295 First Glance

New family fishing boat powered by twin Yamaha F300s tops 52 mph

December 7, 2016
Pursuit 295 Dual Console Fishing Boat
Pursuit’s DC 295 tapes out at 31 feet, 9 inches. Courtesy of Pursuit

Pursuit brought this 30-plus-footer into its dual-console lineup, which includes a 235, 265 and 325, during February’s Miami International Boat Show. The new luxury family-fishing boat features an integrated hardtop, laminated windshield and convertible seating arrangements.

For anglers, the boat comes with a 22-gallon recirculating, lighted livewell. Its pump is incorporated into a sea strainer with a seacock and through-hull fitting. Anglers will also find port and starboard insulated fish boxes, four vertical rod holders in the gunwales and four in the hardtop supports, and horizontal rod storage beneath the gunwales.

Comfort features include a 30-gallon freshwater tank powering a cockpit shower and centrally located freshwater connections, a transom door, a boarding ladder, a stereo system, LED lighting, and a molded entertainment center with sink, faucet, trash can, cup holders and cutting board.


In Yamaha’s performance tests, the 295 — powered by twin F300s — topped out at 52.5 mph, turning 5,950 rpm while attaining 1.01 mpg. The best cruising speed for this dual-console came in at 29.1 mph, turning 3,500 rpm for 1.62 mpg.

Angling Away

Pursuit 295 Dual Console Fishing Boat Running
The DC 295 was introduced at the 2016 Miami International Boat Show. Courtesy of Pursuit

Pursuit Dual Console 295 Specifications

LOA: 31 ft. 9 in.
Beam: 9 ft. 10 in.
Dry Weight: 9,700 lb.
Draft: 22 in.
Transom Deadrise: 21 deg.
MSRP: $225,635 (w/ twin Yamaha F250s)


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