Although Luhrs ceased production and went into bankruptcy in 2012, MB Marine Industries then purchased the brand.
This company (which formerly included Hunter, Silverton, and Mainship) produced inboard-powered sport-fishing boats in express and convertible models. They were well-known for providing a value to the buyer, with lower than average price-points for the LOA. MB Marine industries has said it is committed to "continuing the 60 year legacy started by founder Henry Luhrs, by honoring his vision, his dream and passion that made Luhrs one of the oldest boat companies in the world".
The Luhrs 30 Open has been computer designed to offer the best in performance and accommodations for its size. A wide beam for stability, deep forefoot and pronounced flare for the ride, and a raised bridgedeck for visibility are only some of the features. Standard equipment includes a hardtop, fish tower, washdowns, rod holders, and livewell. An innovative, wide double berth that tucks away to allow an expansive dinette as well as a roomy head with shower and full service galley make staying aboard very comfortable. A furniture-grade cherry interior along with designer fabrics and genuine Corian counters provide an elegant, but durable interior. Power options in gas and diesel are specified to provide the best performance, reliability and economy possible. Comfort options such as air conditioning and generators are available.
11 ft 10 in
2 ft 6 in
13500 lb dry
6 ft 3 in
Number of Heads
Max Bridge Clearance
16 ft 2 in
Number of Engines
Twin Cummins and Yanmar 315 hp diesel also available.