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2002 Pursuit Express

2002 Pursuit 3000 Express

LOA: 30'

 

  • Beam: 10.5'

  • Displacement: 10600 lbs.

  • Twin Mercruiser Horizon V8 engines

  • 600 H.P.

  • Fuel: 218 gallons

  • Water: 30 gallons

  • Holding: 9 gallons

  • Fiberglass hull

 

CABIN:

 

  • Custom teak /maple dinette ( converts to double berth )

  • Leather seating

  • Foward Double berth

  • Large storage area under berths

  • Clarion CD/Stereo

  • Marine AC/Air/Heat

  • Teak cabinetry

  • Norcold refrigerator/freezer

  • GE microwave

  • Kenyon Electric cooktop

  • Corian countertop w/sink

  • Above and below storage cabinets

  • Rod storage

  • Overhead hatch

 

COCKPIT:

 

  • Edison adjustable steering wheel

  • Power steering

  • Morse dual engine controls

  • Full engine instrumentation

  • Remote spotlight & windlass

  • Trim tabs

  • Lowrance HDS 12 Gen 3 ( new 2016 )

  • Lowrance 24 mile radar ( new 2016 )

  • Raymarine auto pilot

  • Raymarine Ray 53 DSC VHF marine radio

  • Fishhawk X4

  • Scotty electric downriggers ( 3 )

  • Drop curtains

  • Ritchie compass

     

    COCKPIT CONTINUED:

     

  • Transom door

  • Berts custom track system

  • Berts ratcheting rod holders ( 5 )

  • Swim platform Live well

  • Flip up rear bench seat

  • Dockside freshwater hook-up

  • In floor fishbox

  • Hard top w/ curtains

  • 10 custom rod holders on the custom hard top tubing

  • 28 ft. Rupp tournament grade outriggers

  • Raw water washdown

  • Tackle center

  • Winter cover

  • Cockpit stainless sink

  • Big Jon electric planer reels

 

SHOWER/HEAD:

 

  • Vacuflush head

  • Tanwatch monitor

  • Corian countertop

  • Stainless sink

 

ENGINE/MECHANICAL:

 

  • Twin Mercruiser 350 Horizons w/ approx. 800 hrs

  • Fireboy automatic fire suppression system

  • Automatic/manual bilge pumps

  • Perko raw water strainers

  • Dripless shaft packings

  • Freshwater cooling system

     

ELECTRICAL:

 

  • 30 AMP. Power w/ cord

  • Battery selector switch

  • 3 batteries ( 2 engine start / 1 house )

  • Automatic battery charger

  • 12 volt/110 volt breaker panel

     

DECK/HULL:

 

  • Stainless bow rail

  • Integral bow pulpit

  • Windlass anchor w/chain/line

    DECK/HALL CONTINUED:

     

  • Simpson Lawrence anchor windlass

  • Enclosed anchor locker

  • Remote spotlight

  • Wraparound windshield w/vented side glass

  • 2 windshield wipers

     

     

 

  • Boat is in excellent condition with care and attention to detail

 

  • $79,500.00

 

  • Dockage paid for 2017 season at Wright's Landing, Oswego

     

  • Contact Mark Lazaroski

  • 315 952 3236

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3 hours ago, hairybumcrack said:

Only $60K above my budget.

 

ONLY 60K under, I want your job!!:lol:  Beautiful looking boat, I think I'm feeling a little jealousy here.. :lol:. Best of luck with your sale. I bet that's a hard pill to swallow!!

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I think the Tiara will be my next and final boat, what a sweet ride!!!

That's a Pursuit not a Tiara.


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Specializing in building Great Lakes trolling rods since 1979
First place winner of the 2016 World Rod Building Challenge

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20 minutes ago, John E Powell said:

Thank you for the correction, thought they are in the same family, beautiful boats!!


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Specializing in building Great Lakes trolling rods since 1979
First place winner of the 2016 World Rod Building Challenge

 

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That's a Pursuit not a Tiara.


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Owner John's Custom Rods
Specializing in building Great Lakes trolling rods since 1979
First place winner of the 2016 World Rod Building Challenge

Chevy vs gmc, same plant different decals

Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app

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Chevy vs gmc, same plant different decals

 

Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app

 

 

There's nothing in the Tiara lineup with a similar length, width, power combo to this boat.

 

This boat is significantly narrower, requires less power, and is faster and more fuel efficient than the closest boat in Tiara's lineup.

 

Amenity wise, Pursuits are fishing boats and Tiaras are yachts with fishing capabilities.

 

As to plants, the parent company has plants in Michigan, North Carolina, and Florida. It's not a one assembly line with different decal situation like you suggest.

 

Tiara and Pursuit are two separate sister companies designed to compete in two different boating segments, not against each other. It much the same situation as Lund and Crestliner or Bayliner and Sea Ray all being owned by the same parent company Brunswick. They all have distinct models, they don't just get different decals coming off one assembly line.

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Specializing in building Great Lakes trolling rods since 1979

First place winner of the 2016 World Rod Building Challenge

 

 

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5 hours ago, John E Powell said:

There's nothing in the Tiara lineup with a similar length, width, power combo to this boat.

 

This boat is significantly narrower, requires less power, and is faster and more fuel efficient than the closest boat in Tiara's lineup.

 

Amenity wise, Pursuits are fishing boats and Tiaras are yachts with fishing capabilities.

 

As to plants, the parent company has plants in Michigan, North Carolina, and Florida. It's not a one assembly line with different decal situation like you suggest.

 

Tiara and Pursuit are two separate sister companies designed to compete in two different boating segments, not against each other. It much the same situation as Lund and Crestliner or Bayliner and Sea Ray all being owned by the same parent company Brunswick. They all have distinct models, they don't just get different decals coming off one assembly line.

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Owner John's Custom Rods

Specializing in building Great Lakes trolling rods since 1979

First place winner of the 2016 World Rod Building Challenge

 

 

Well said John, Great information on these boats that I had no idea the difference between the two models. Certainly the Pursuit would be more to my liking as a pure fishing vessel, thanks for your knowledgeable input!! 

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