LOA 31'2"


SOME BUILDERS MAKE vessels that could be tenders. Others concentrate on the tender market. Novurania is the latter. More The rigid-bottom inflatable enthusiast who appreciates a tough build. The Chase 31 has a hand-laid fiberglass hull, deck and liner. That hull has a solid fiberglass keel with foam core above it. The stringer system is foam-cored and encapsulated in fiberglass as well. Standard features include custom gelcoat hull color as well as color and trim choices for the tubes. The wind has picked up and isn’t lying down soon, but you have plans ashore. No worries. Have the crew put the Chase 31 in the water. It has work to do.

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