Pursuit DC 326 Walkthrough Video Review

If you want a big, dual console boat, the Pursuit DC 326 is definitely worth a look. As an angler, there is no mistaking it: this is a fishing boat, nicely arranged for angling. But Pursuit doesn’t leave aside the family side of things – not at all! With an onboard head, grill, sink and cutting board plus premium upholstery and plenty of pop-out, fold down seating to go around she is a joy to ride for all passengers.

The latest addition to the builder’s award-winning dual console family, this vessel features a fully-integrated fiberglass hardtop with a custom-infused windshield frame and curved side glass, ample storage throughout and convenient starboard-side door.

A hand-laminated hull with vinyl ester resin and engineered fabrics along with a 5-ply, resin-infused composite transom system with patented transom reinforcement grid and infused fiberglass structural grid system with molded finish and a foam-filled structural grid help make this a sturdy, well-built boat.

She’s a capable fishing machine with 9 rod holders standard (4 on the transom alone) and a 26-gallon livewell. A portside wraparound lounge, forward bow seating and foldaway cockpit seating offer plenty of room for passengers, family and friends.

At the helm you’ll find ample room for electronics, with a unique blue-colored, flip-out easy access dashboard, which is a very smart feature. On the portside is a big lounger and beneath that is a real live, genuine cabin which is rare for boats of this size.

Up front is a big and bodacious seating area great for lounging in the sun. There is also a starboard side head housing a vacuum flush electric marine head with elongated porcelain bowl and a 10 gallon holding tank.

Written by: Ryan McVinney

C. Ryan McVinney is a film director, writer and producer. As an experienced boater he regularly produces and directs on-the-water video shoots for major boat manufacturers, yacht brokers and dealers, as well as independent film and media companies. He is president of the National Soho House Film Club with chapters in Miami, FL, Manhattan, NY and Los Angeles, CA and regularly contributes content to YachtWorld, boats.com and Boat Trader.