Pursuit OS 315 Offshore
Year 2013
Length 31 ft
Price Call

Boat Details
Hull Material FiberglassHull Shape Deep Vee 
Beam 10 ft 8 inMax Draft 3 ft 
Draft Board/Drive Up 1 ft 6 inDry Weight 11140 lb 
Fuel Capacity 284 galLength Overall 32 ft 8 in 
Deadrise at Transom 20°Number of Heads 1 
Holding Tank Size 18 galWater Capacity 30 gal 
Number of Berths 3    


For yacht-caliber comfort in a manageable size, the OS 315 fits the bill. Its enclosed helm, integral hardtop and vented windshield afford unobstructed visibility, optimal weather protection and comfort during those long, relaxing days on the water. Ample companion seating in the helm area ensures the captain can enjoy camaraderie while he or she is at the helm or while relaxing at the dock. The expansive cockpit with its plush cushioned stern seat affords additional space for entertaining guests or for lounging in the sun in a remote spot. Anglers and cruisers alike will appreciate the close proximity of the 38-gallon insulated cooler in the stern seat base. For fishing, the OS 315 features a 32-gallon recirculating livewell, tackle drawers and storage (large enough for a cast net bucket!) in the helm companionway and a conveniently-located hatch for instant access to the ceiling mounted rod storage in the mid-cabin berth.

The mid-cabin berth also affords cabinet storage and a convenient location where the kids can nap or guests can sleep during overnight stays. Additional sleeping arrangements are afforded by the forward V-berth that easily converts to an expansive dinette. The galley simplifies meal preparation on board with a single burner stove, Corian countertop, stainless steel refrigerator, sink with hot and cold pressurized water, microwave and ample cabinet storage. The head compartment includes a stylish glass-vessel sink with pressurized hot and cold water, a vanity mirror, Vacu Flush head, towel bar and a convenient shower sprayer.

The OS 315's 284-gallon fuel capacity ensures you'll have the range to get to blue water, lakes or out to the islands; the hardest part will be deciding where you want to go.