Originally Posted by ReelJoy
I have never read a bad review by anyone who owns or owned a "2950". It was "Boat Of The Year" two years running with a national magazine, put Pro-Line on the map as to wide beams, and is an extremely popular boat today. I owned one and was totally satisfied with the boat. I also sold more of them than anyone in the country, have alot of experiance with the hull, our customers who bought and used the hull, and subsequent customer service questions ongoing including right now.
The hull was modified some became other models like 30W, 31W, 30S, 30E. Same running surface changed a little as a Euro model vs. the bracket'd 2950. It's an extremely proven hull with a very successful track record and a very-very high customer satisfaction.
LOA 30' of glass, then a 2' bracket.
Hull draft motors up 22' approx
Hull draft motors down 38" approx
Weight full fuel, max power, 10,760 approx
Cockpit area 80SF
Max HP 500
Freshwater 42 gals
Holding tank 8.5 gals however the one your looking at seems to have changes
Bridge clearance W/Hardtop 9'6" approx. I'd allow for more.
Cabin headroom 6'6"
Deadrise at the transom 19 degree.
1995 model year or newer wood free structure.
With the 250's you should approach 50 MPH WOT, and cruise low to mid 30's with the O/B's snoring. I have no specs with 250 Yammi 4/s's.
Hope this was some help to you.