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Offshore XL

30' Power Options 2019 Model Guide Free Dealer Quote

What was once deemed unfathomable is now a legitimate reality. Introducing the Duckworth 9-1/2 foot beam, Offshore XL. To say it has wide appeal among avid offshore anglers is the understatement of the decade. All the proven assets and exceptional performance of Duckworth’s legendary offshore hulls, now with more room and even more accessories. There’s a bevy of new features all designed to maximize your oceanic yield and personal comfort. Its bold, big and brawny, just the like waters its destined to explore.

Accredited by Top Anglers

Truth be told, professional anglers played a critical role in the development of the XL. Who better to trust than those who make their living on the water. Their deepest knowledge and wisest input are now yours to profit from.

Performance, Ride & Comfort

Superior hydrodynamics combined with a maximum 850 horsepower surpasses all performance expectations, giving you trolling advantages and precision docking without compromise.

Distinctive Features:

  • 114” extra wide beam
  • 225 USG fuel capacity, diurnal compliant
  • Self-bailing rear deck
  • Twin engine offshore bracket with Integral bottom
  • Offset aisle-way cabin
  • Full reverse chine bottom design
  • Dual, aft sub-floor fish boxes
  • Cabin sub-floor storage
  • Padded gunwales
  • Convertible dinette
  • Triple, severe duty Mariner suspension seats
  • Marine head
  • V-berth sleeper
  • Fully appointed galley
  • LED Navigation and anchor lights

“The platform stability and ride is nothing short of remarkable. The screws are slightly farther apart which adds leverage when twin screwing, enhancing docking/maneuvering and reducing the need for a bow thruster. Upon acceleration, the bow rises far less than expected which enhances visibility in a particularly vulnerable phase of operation.”

– Tom Nelson, www.theoutdoorline.com

“Badass boat! Walked through it today. Wanted to trade in my 2018 28 Offshore for this boat.”

– Dan C.,