Unmatched Ride, Efficiency, and Fishability

A direct descendent of the Prowler 306 that shattered the standing New York-to-Bermuda record back in 2002, today's Prowler 31 preserves that hull's exceptional ride quality and efficiency while offering an even more spacious and versatile layout.

With a huge 10'10" beam, an LOA of 33'0", and three-piece construction, the 31 easily accommodates large crews, multi-day loads, and tanks and equipment for half a dozen divers. The cockpit covers some 60 square feet, the console interior is big enough for a queen-size mattress on the floor, and total belowdecks storage exceeds 1,750 quarts — all of it in lockable, insulated, and illuminated compartments with racks for eight offshore rods.

Fishing and diving features include two lighted transom livewells, dash space for a pair of 16" displays, two customizable leaning-post tackle cabinets, an oversized anchor locker for deep reefs and ledges, a forward fishbox more than seven feet long to accommodate the biggest wahoo, and a walk-through transom with integrated dive platform and ladder.

Weighing in at around 3,800 lbs. dry, the 31 draws only about a foot of water with engines up, allowing her to go places competitive monohulls can't even think about. With twin 300s, she'll cruise in the high 30s to low 40s while burning 1.5 to 1.9 mpg and will approach 60 on the pins.

The Prowler has far more room than most 31-foot boats. This is the first boat I’ve had where there is nothing I would change about the layout.
— Bronson Stubbs, 2008 Prowler 31


Length overall: 33'0"
Beam: 10'10"
Hull Draft: 12"
Freeboard: 27.5" aft / 39" forward

Hull weight dry: ~ 3,800 lbs.
Power: Twin 200 hp to twin 300 hp
Fuel: 268 Gal. (306 optional)

Key Features


Walk-through Transom

Unlike other cats in her class, the Prowler has two livewells — one in each cockpit corner, right where they're needed.  Between them a transom gate accesses a large platform with folding ladder, perfect for everything from scuba diving, to working fish around the engines, to clearing line from the props, to loading gear while on the trailer, to sliding swordfish aboard.


Unmatched Customization

The Prowler 31 comes standard with plenty of custom touches — LED lighting in all compartments, for example, and your choice of color-coordinated upholstery — but owners have an unmatched level of input on other design decisions too: Spec your own T-top, hard top or tower. Configure your audio system. Add rear-facing seating. Design your own dive tank storage system. Have your live wells pressurized. You're a full partner in the process.


Big = Comfortable

Prowlers may be purpose-built fishing and diving boats, but they're also designed with versatility and crew comfort in mind. On the 31, that means a massive, unobstructed forward casting deck that can pull double-duty as a lounger for the sandbar or a bunk on overnight tuna trips; an available 12' x 8'6" hardtop for real shade; a standard 20-gallon pressurized freshwater system; and a console with plenty of room for a full-sized head.


Exceptional Fuel Efficiency

As a result of state-of-the-art lightweight construction and patented running surfaces incorporating keel pads and unique lifting strakes, the 31 delivers higher speeds and more miles per gallon than competitive cats with equivalent power. With twin 300s, she tops out well into the 50s, and some owners report cruising efficiency of up to 1.8 mpg at 40 mph.


Fish-friendly Features

Prowler 31s and 306s are in use all over the Western Hemisphere as dive boats, research vessels, yacht tenders, and cocktail cruisers. But at heart, every Prowler is an offshore fishing machine. On the 31, a huge anchor locker holds ample rode for setting up on deep reefs and ledges, while an expansive electronics panel accommodates today's large multi-function displays. Ten rod holders in the console complement customizable rod storage on the T-top or hard top, leaning post, and transom, plus under-gunwale racks and lockable belowdecks storage. Eight top-grade gunwale rod holders are standard, but we'll help you configure the ideal setup for your style — from kite-fishing to deep-dropping to high-speed trolling. At over seven feet long, a massive, 383-quart bow fishbox can accommodate the biggest wahoo, while a pair of 489-quart belowdecks boxes with diaphragm pumps can each hold a day's worth of quality yellowfin.

We’ve taken it to the Bahamas for family vacation with five adults and five kids and food, ice, and gear for everyone with no problem.
— Rob Healy, 2017 Prowler 31


On offshore runs, we typically average 1.4 mpg from key on to key off loaded with six to seven guys, 500 lbs. of ice, 260 gallons of fuel, deep drop weights, tackle, gear, etc.
— Keith Elder, 20XX Prowler 31

Standards and Options

Hull and Deck

  • 100% hand laid fiberglass throughout with Carbon/Kevlar reinforcement
  • High tech construction using multidirectional fabrics: bi-, tri-, and quad-directional non-woven fabrics for unsurpassed strength
  • Foam cored hull using ISO 9001 compliant materials such as Divinycell, Nida-core, and glass reinforced high density urethane
  • Premium UV-stabilized gel coat
  • 100% vinyl ester resin hull
  • Integrated dive platform w/pullout ladder (optional ladder available)
  • Fiberglass self-bailing cockpit with over board drains
  • Knee friendly non-skid cockpit sole and deck
  • All hatches are finished on both sides, guttered, and weather stripped


  • International lighting
  • Sea star hydraulic steering
  • Tilt helm with custom stainless steel steering wheel
  • Waterproof switches and breaker panel w/indicator lights and backlit color coded electrical systems w/tinned wiring and epoxy-lined connectors for corrosion resistance and easy identification
  • Two rule mate 2000 bilge pumps (one per side)
  • Pressurized 20 gal. fresh water system
  • Saltwater wash down
  • Under gunnel LED cockpit lighting
  • Diaphragm pumps on rear fish box


  • Deluxe console with room for full sized head
  • Oversized electronics panel
  • Molded in front console seat
  • Lockable storage inside console
  • 10 rod holders, 5 per side
  • Custom color coordinated upholstery
  • Spring lift front entry door
  • Ritchie compass
  • Convenient LED lighting


  • All 316 stainless steel hardware
  • Seven 8" pull up cleats (1 center forward, 2 forward, 2 stern, 2 spring line)
  • Eight cast heavy-duty SS rod holders
  • One front bow eye
  • Two stern lift D rings
  • Stainless steel thru-hull fittings
  • All storage compartments have heavy-duty locks and stainless hatch struts
  • All stainless steel hardware flush mounted and thru bolted w/ 316 SS fasteners

Cockpit Sole/Deck Compartments

  • Oversized anchor locker with overboard drain
  • Extra large bow casting platform/sundeck
  • One 383 qt. fully-insulated Fish Box forward w/overboard drain (over 7 ft long)
  • Two 198 qt. below deck lighted storage compartments w/4 rod storage capacity per side
  • Two 489 qt. below deck lighted Fish boxes atf with diaphragm pumps
  • Convenient walk-thru transom w/door for added safety; center mounted for easy on-boarding of any large catch
  • Two livewells w/ see thru doors, lights, and Rule110 GPH pump (one 35 gal. and one 45 gal.)
  • Bench helm seat w/ built-in cooler, built-in tackle station, and custom color- coordinated upholstery

Renaissance Prowlers are even more versatile in the 30'+ range, with numerous options available for the avid sportfisherman. The most luxurious appointments on the market are coupled with rigorous design, and unparalled fit and finish, for a superbly outfitted catamaran that will last for years. Prowler owners are happy to speak with prospective buyers, and serve as our best reference. Sea trials are available throughout the United States. Available customizations include, but are not limited to:

  • Customizable heavy duty T-Tops
  • Custom radar archTaco outrigger
  • High end stereo packages, with Ipod dock
  • Locked below deck rod-storage for 6-9 rods
  • Configurable rear seating options and electronics
  • Customizable hull color combinations
  • Individualized bow cushions and matching combing pads
  • Dive ladder options, including Armstrong removable ladders
  • Configurable dive tank holders
  • Pressurized live wells
  • Windlass anchor