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Stamas 31T Aventura Review

Let's take a closer look at the Stamas 31T Aventura in this boat review

Stamas 31T Aventura Review
A racier looking profile and raked sheer line set the looks of today's Stamas 31T Aventura apart from the Stamas of yesteryear.

Stamas has been an undeniable force in the boatbuilding industry since they started constructing hulls with fiberglass in 1959. In the modern era for this brand, a move to refine their look and focus on style along with more comfort is underway but their heritage of building solidly constructed vessels built to stand up to extreme conditions and last a lifetime remains. The 31T Aventura combines the assertive ride and seaworthiness of a work boat with the styling and luxury of a sport cruiser.

Ultra-plush upholstered forward seating with a deep backrest yields easy access to the included anchor Windlass system and a powder coated low profile handrail- frames the seating's perimeter. A center panel is easily raised or lowered to create a table, casting deck or sun pad. A wide, high backed seat at the front of the console- opens to reveal a roomy interior with a porcelain electric head and sink.

Her racy looking contoured hard top incorporates into the console rather than the deck, creating a wide path to the cockpit. Spreader lights, speaker pods, rod holders, and a three-panel glass enclosure add style and function to this modern design. The glass enclosure is situated to keep you shielded from the weather yet still provide good airflow while underway. For the helmsman, a large blacked out glass panel offers space for any number of MFD and instrumentation possibilities. Every Stamas model comes with a wireless MOB ignition kill switch fob for safety.

For anglers, the helm station features a bait prep station with a sink and clear face livewell along with lockable tackle storage. Lockable rod storage below deck and a second livewell in the transom are included. The cockpit is roomy due in part to the wide beam and features a stow-away transom bench seat. A below deck insulated fish hold aft- drains overboard.

This model with twin Yamaha 300's delivers 1.76 MPG cruising at 30 MPH and a remarkable 1.01 MPG at 54 MPH. Combine this economy with the extensive list of luxury items each included as standard equipment along with the finish work, ride and durability the 31T Aventura provides and you quickly realize the Stamas work boats of yesteryear have entered an elite class in 2021.

Stamas 31T Aventura

  • Length: 31'-7"
  • Beam: 10'-4"
  • Draft: 19”
  • Deadrise: 18 degree (variable)
  • Weight: 7800 dry (w/o power)
  • Max HP: 700
  • Fuel: 276
  • Base price: 273,575-

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