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Luhrs 35 Convertible

Exclusive FS photos of the Luhrs 35 Convertible

The LUHRS 35 Convertible has features for open-ocean fishermen, overnight cruisers, and boaters in between. For the fishermen, the 88-square-foot, self-bailing cockpit has a 30-gallon livewell, bait preparation center and sink, in-deck fish boxes, four flush-mounted rod holders, raw and freshwater washdown, and under-gunnel lighting. Upstairs, the flybridge contains the only helm station in the boat. The flybridge is covered by a hardtop, and has five rocket launchers and storage for six more rods. Power options include Diesel Yanmar or Cummins. Maximum horsepower option is 480.

Inside, the main salon contains a galley, dining table, sleep sofa and an entertainment package containing a flatscreen TV and Bose speakers. Straight down the stairs, through the hallway, is the master stateroom which has cherry finish and cedar-lined hanging lockers. TV is optional. Before the master stateroom, portside, is the guest stateroom with a double bed. Starboard side, before the master, is the bathroom with walk-inside shower. Separate bathroom doors open to the hallway and master stateroom.


Length: 38' 10”

Beam: 14'6”

Transom deadrise: 15 degrees

Draft: 36 inches

Max horsepower: 480

Fuel capacity: 400 gallons

Sleeping Capacity 4 to 6

Cockpit area: 88 sq ft

Fresh water capacity: 100 gallons

Holding tank capacity: 26 gallons

Bridge clearance: 16 feet

On the deck are three Bonmar deck hatches; forward, mid and aft mooring cleats; anchor well with rope locker; and a non-skid walking surface.


Cockpit measures 88 square feet. Flybridge has six rocket launchers and seats for three.


Starboard side fish box includes a waste pump. Aft, walk-through transom door is mounted with stainless steel hardware.


Cockpit freezer is a factory option on the LUHRS 35.


Space for a quiver of six rods, gaff and tackle equipment on the flybridge.


Cockpit sink is part of portside bait prep station. Close lid on sink when not in use.


Left, sliding glass door leads to the main salon and galley. Right, stairs lead to the flybridge. The first step of the stairs opens up for more storage.


Flybridge has one custom helm seat and two companion benches in the corners.


Helm seat sits in front of the only control console on the boat.


Helm station includes compass, 12-volt outlet, full engine instrumentation, hydraulic steering, dry storage glove box, and Raymarine VHF radio.


Stainless steel sink and microwave are part of the galley, port. Hallway leads straight to the master room. Starboard, flatscreen TV is part of entertainment package. Notice the teak and holly floors.


Guest stateroom includes overhead storage cabinets, hatch and lighting.


Vac-U-Flush head has 26 gallon holding tank and overboard discharge. A glass door separates the stall shower from rest of head. Bathroom countertops are Corian.


View from the head of the master stateroom. Storage closets have a cherry finish.


Ladder leads to the engine room below deck. This boat powered with Volvo Penta engines. Most boats are Yanmar Diesel- or Cummins Diesel-powered.


Fire extinguisher, generator and diesel engine below deck. Standard power is a Yanmar or Cummins Diesel, ranging from 380 to 480 horsepower.

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