Pursuit DC 326 First Glance

Updated dual-console model features new innovations.

March 4, 2020
Pursuit DC 326 running shot
The DC 326 is outfitted with numerous amenities for fishing families. Pursuit

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)


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