The Pro-Line 35 Express rides atop the Pro-Line design team’s list of successful boats. She is ready for serious action whether you are a tournament angler or just serious about charging out offshore. The 35 express has everything you need to spend the day or the weekend working your favourite GPS marks miles away from the rat race.
Live bait tank/raw water wash-down
Galley, dinette and berths
Full wet head
AM/FM/CD stereo with 4 speakers
Fish Boxes with Macerator
Shore Power with power leads
The hydraulic steering and electronic throttle and shift on our test boat made for near effortless handling.
The stern wall has three outboard rod holders for trolling off the stern, and to starboard is a transom walkthrough.
Plenty of Room for Your Catch
The live bait tank is built into the back side of the helm station for easy access to everyone working lines in the cockpit.
You have lots of room to put your portable GPS and other loose items in the top of the companion station.
The V-berth has a standard flat screen TV with DVD to entertain the troops at anchor.
Galley: This galley has a good amount of storage for dry goods above, a microwave, sink and cooktop. Drawers for utensils and a refrigerator are below.
Pro-Line 35 Express proline35-head.
The sharp bow entry of the 35 slices the waves with ease, and softens the ride. Topside, the boat has protective high stainless rails and a bow pulpit with anchor roller, standard windlass and line locker to starboard. Because you will be happy to go out in most any condition, the 35 has standard twin wipers so you and your navigation officer will have a clear view This hard top also adds additional lighting and ventilation into the cockpit as well as additional room for electronics. Outriggers and towers are also options you will want to consider.
Rugged Fishing Features Throughout
Moving down the toe rail from bow to the cockpit, the fit is a bit tight, but the handholds make it safer and the design maximizes the interior space. In the cockpit, this 35 had a great aft bench seat that took seconds to deploy or store. It is hinged into the stern wall and even has drink holders built into it. The stern wall has three outboard rod holders for trolling off the stern, and to starboard is a transom walkthrough. A transom shower was just outside the door to rinse off after swimming or a dive off the optional dive ladder.
Gunwale tops have additional rod holders to maximize your trolling capacity and are wide enough to step on safely when boarding. Rod racks are in the gunwale walls and access panels and doors allow quick access to the fuel/water separators, batteries and a floor panel gets you to the optional genset. The aft facing bench seat is actually the tackle centre with storage doors, tackle organizers and hook organizers. The live bait tank is built into the back side of the helm station for easy access to everyone working lines in the cockpit.
At the Helm
A large L-shaped bench provides plenty of room to stretch out and relax while trolling or to enjoy trading stories with your driver as you head out and back to the fishing grounds. Ventilated storage underneath allow you to keep your life jackets handy and to keep them dry. You have lots of room to put your portable GPS and other loose items in the top of the companion station. Over on the helm side, there is a comfortable helm chair with plenty of leg room for stand-up or sit-down driving. The top half of the dash is open for LCD panel displays, and for digital instrument gauges. Outlets for portable instruments are also handy at the helm. The hydraulic steering and electronic throttle and shift on our test boat made for near effortless handling. The Cabin
Stepping down the flying steps into the cabin, you enter a space like most cabin cruisers parked at the docks. The head is mounted just inside on the port side and has a full vanity with pull-out shower handle, vacuflush head and portal for fresh air and light. Just forward of the head is a compact galley. This galley has a good amount of storage for dry goods above, a microwave, sink and cooktop. Drawers for utensils and a refrigerator are below. The V-berth has a standard flat screen TV with DVD to entertain the troops at anchor. A compact dinette and settee are mounted across from the galley and has the stereo mounted above it and the power distribution panel on the stern wall behind doors. A crawl-in berth is under the cockpit adding more sleeping capacity when needed.
|Gold Coast, Australia
|41' 7" - 12.67m
|Twin Suzuki DF250
|CABINS: Lock up cabin/saloon
TOTAL BERTHS: 4
|LAYOUT: Dinette, full galley, fridge, H/C sink, microwave
|Yes plus Holding Tank
|ANCHOR WINCH: Lewmar
|BILGE PUMPS: 3 x auto
FIRE PROTECTION: 2 x extinguisher
FLARES / VSHEET: Yes
SPOTLIGHT: Remote control
SHORE POWER: Yes
|GPS: 2 x Garmin 4212
RADAR: Garmin GMR 18/24
AUTO PILOT: Garmin GH10