Jupiter 32 First Glance

Delivering smart performance and top-notch fishing features.

September 3, 2020
Jupiter 32 running in the river
Specifications: LOA: 32 ft. 8 in.; Beam: 9 ft. 9 in.; Dry Weight: 9,215 lb. (w/ engines); Draft: 2 ft.; Transom Deadrise: 24 deg.; Fuel Capacity: 300 gal.; Max HP: 900 hp. Courtesy Jupiter Marine

The Jupiter 32 marks the modern-day return of this brand’s iconic 31, originally released in the early 1990s.

The new boat owes its performance to the Posi-Stern hull-pad design, which reduces drag by enhancing lift, and to a variable dynamic stern that increases efficiency by dialing in the running attitude. Those features result in higher speeds, better handling, increased fuel economy and a smoother ride.

Fishing amenities include a leaning post with four rod holders and tackle storage. Aft of that is a 150-gallon in-deck fish box with a macerator and a 35-gallon livewell in the transom.

Jupiter 32 leaning post with tackle storage
The leaning post comes with rod holders and tackle storage. Aft of that, a 150-gallon fish box lies in the deck. Courtesy Jupiter Marine

In-deck lockable storage flanks the console; each box holds four 8-foot rods each. Other notable aspects of this build include Release Marine teak ladder-back helm seats, a fiberglass T-top, and a portside boarding door.

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Jupiter uses infusion and a uni-grid stringer system to make the boat so durable that it comes with a transferable limited lifetime warranty for structural integrity.


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