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Bahama 31

Many combined years of boat building experience led to the development of the Bahama 31. Its 11-foot beam, computer-aided tooling and all-composite construction combine to create a boat that's efficient and fast as well as stable at rest, all in a length of 31-feet, 6-inches.

The 6,600 pound hull (dry weight without power) carries 368 gallons of fuel, 50 gallons of fresh water, 60 gallons in the baitwell and large insulated fish boxes. All of the below deck storage compartments are fully finished and protected with double gasketed hatches that have pneumatic assists plus compression latches.

The center console contains a standup head and a 15-gallon cooler for forward seating. Divers as well as a fisherman trying to boat a trophy catch will enjoy the walk-through transom door that has a flip-up gunnel top.

The hull carries a rating of 700 maximum horsepower and your new boat can be custom rigged exclusively by Henley's Custom Marine.

Bahama 31' Specifications

LOA - 31 feet, 6 inches

Beam - 11 feet, 0 inches

RPM - 4000

MPH - 36.0

GPH - 27.7

MPG - 1.3

WOT - 53.0 MPH

MRSP w/power - $219,900.00

Bahama Boat Works

5470 Dexter Way #A

West Palm Beach, FL

561 882-4069

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