With the current popularity of dual-console boats among fishing families, it’s no wonder Pursuit has updated its popular DC 325 with the new DC 326. The 326 features a number of innovative changes, including a custom-infused windshield frame and curved side glass, all-new cockpit seating and a rotating helm seat.
For anglers, Pursuit added five rod holders along the transom and a side door. The DC 326 also comes with a 26-gallon livewell in the starboard quarter, four more rod holders in the gunwales, and an option for six more on the hardtop.
A portside wraparound lounge, forward bow and foldaway cockpit seating offer plenty of room for crew. Belowdecks, Pursuit added a new, larger berth with a convertible seat in the port cabin. The starboard console now comes with an elongated porcelain head.
In factory testing with twin Yamaha F300 outboards, the DC 326 ran at a top speed of 48.2 mph and cruised at 27.8 mph and 4,000 rpm, achieving 1.1 mpg. The boat can carry 300 gallons of fuel.
LOA: 34 ft. 6 in.
Beam: 10 ft. 10 in.
Dry Weight: 10,350 lb. (w/o engines)
Draft: 2 ft.
Transom Deadrise: 20 deg.
MSRP: $331,050 (w/ twin Yamaha F300s)