Pursuit S 378

Mar 3, 2020

Pursuit Boats continues to expand its popular Sport Series line to include the all new S 378. The company debuted the S 378 to marine media professionals, dealers and boat show attendees during the 2020 Miami International Boat Show.

“The newest addition to our Sport family not only possesses the quality, fishability and versatility that our owners have come to expect, but also features advanced innovations not before seen in this segment,” said Bruce Thompson, President of Pursuit Boats. “We are increasingly proud of the entire team at Pursuit for consistently creating, building and presenting new products that not only reflect, but exceed market demands.”

The new center console has an LOA of 40′ 5″, a wide 12′ beam and features a patent-pending entertainment center. With the push of a button, the aft-facing seat glides back, transforming a spacious fishing area into a social zone providing access to a versatile entertainment center that features a grill, sink, refrigerator anddedicated storage space, and is also well-equipped to be used as a bait prep area. A recessed track system powered by a single drive motor hidden below deck provides both aesthetics and safety. With the seat stowed, the cockpit is best in class at 63″ in length. When open, the aft-facing seat creates another social zone with the foldout transom seat, complete with a table for dining and entertaining.

Pursuit S 378Another notable feature is multi-function bow seating that features dual sculpted chaise-lounges that with a push of the leg rest converts to a seat that is on the same plane as the rest of the bow seating, providing yet another comfortable space to socialize. Also new to this model are tempered glass hull side windows which are aligned with the console sidelights to create sightlines from the center console out through the hull for water views, a feature typically found only on express style cabin boats.

An adjustable helm with enhanced ergonomics will allow the captain to feel the power of the triple Yamaha 425 XTO engines and experience the boat’s effortless maneuverability at a cruising speed of 32 MPH. Already fully equipped for offshore fishing, an optional upgraded fishing package is available that includes features such as a secondary livewell, hardtop mounted rod holders and outriggers.
Another highlight of the Miami International Boat show is that Pursuit Boats is a recipient of the 2019 Marine Industry Customer Satisfaction Index Award for excellence in customer satisfaction. Winners were announced by The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and acknowledged during the annual Industry Awards Breakfast at the 2020 Miami International Boat Show.

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