Pursuit Boats debuts 37-footer in Florida

Pursuit Boats recently debuted the new S 368 in Fort Pierce, Fla., to local marine media representatives.
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Pursuit’s new S 368 joins the builder’s Sport family, which includes the S 408 and S 328 models.

Pursuit’s new S 368 joins the builder’s Sport family, which includes the S 408 and S 328 models.

Pursuit Boats recently debuted the new S 368 in Fort Pierce, Fla., to local marine media representatives.

The luxury center console, moored within a few minutes of the Pursuit manufacturing facility, is available for customer sea trials and editorial projects and will be featured in upcoming Pursuit rendezvous to the Florida Keys and Bahamas.

The S 368 joins the Sport family, which includes the S 408 and S 328 models consecutively introduced during the last two Miami International Boat Shows.

“We are excited to debut our newest Sport series model right here in Fort Pierce, Florida. We will continue to provide our customers with the innovative, state-of-the-art features, combined with the quality and comfort that they have come to expect from Pursuit,” Pursuit Boats sales vice president George Hetzel said in a statement.

The boat has an oversized fiberglass integrated hardtop and windshield system, updated classic sheer line, through-stem anchor system and integrated transom extensions.

The console includes such amenities as a fully enclosed head, convertible sofa berth, large storage areas and kitchen amenities.

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