Our Boat Test of the Pursuit S 408. Take a big center console, a little cabin, and more features and performance than you can shake a tickle stick at, and you’re ready to head to the islands for some fishing, diving, and cruising.
Our first look at the Pursuit S 408 Sport. When you’ve carried as many anglers to the fishing grounds as Pursuit, you understand their needs. If this new boat doesn’t do it all, it comes pretty close.
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Pursuit DC 325.
Touring the Abacos onboard the Pursuit DC 325 proved to be much more than a boat ride for our writer. Read the full story here.
Power & Motoryacht's boat test of the Pursuit SC 365i.
Looking for something different? So was Pursuit when they designed its new SC 365i, with integrated outboard technology, and that’s just the beginning. Check out Pursuit’s latest compilation of features and style here.
Power & Motoryacht's first impression of the Pursuit 260C. She’s big enough to be an owner’s primary boat, but also serviceably sized to act as a runabout, or even a tender.
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Pursuit 3480
Damn. Would you look at that?" PMY senior editor Capt. Patrick Sciacca was on his haunches, head between the props, and pointing at the Pursuit 3480's angular hull shape. I took note of the sharp, 241?2-degree transom deadrise—impressive and looking as if it could chew up just about any chop thrown at it, but the weight of his expletive was still beyond me.
What a day it was. Sun beaming down. Gulf Stream so inky blue it was almost purple. Kenny Chesney on the Clarion drawlin’, “No shoes, no shirt, no problem.” And me kicked back at the helm of Pursuit’s 3370 Offshore, with the three-way adjustable Teleflex SeaStar steering wheel set up just right, the bow pulpit pointed due east toward the Bahamas, and the Raymarine RL70C digital readout