Pursuit Boats Owners Club - Pursuit Boat Forum
Pursuit Boat Owners Forum
Home | Forums | Weather | RealTime AIS | Advertise on PBO


Login or Register to remove this ad
You are logged in as a guest. You may read the forum posts however in order to post or reply you must first Logon or Register.
Registration is FREE, so do it already... We would love to have you! :-)

Logon or Register or Browse Forums


If you don't receive your registration email or are having difficulties logging in, please contact admin@pursuitboatowners.com


Recent Active Threads
Trim cylinder leak 250ox6..Don't Blin..
UpholsteryDon't Blin..
Pursuit 2800Equus
Pursuit 315 OSBaltPursui..
New Pursuit Owner.Calexi
Wavegatebladenbull..
2460 Denalidorado1045..
Pursuit 2200 ccbladenbull..
Helm Seat Actuator - 2001..Johnsodaj
2005 Pursuit 2870Michael51

PBO Sponsors






Welcome To pursuitboatowners.com

Welcome to PBO, a boating forum for owners of Pursuit Boats to enthusiastically discuss all aspects of Pursuit Boat ownership. Whether you are looking for your first Pursuit or currently own one, you are sure to feel at home on PursuitBoatOwners.com



 2460 Denali
  9/5/2014 10:04:24 AM   Posted by: dorado1045

I have a 2001 2460 Denali with 5.7 l Mercruiser and Bravo III outdrive. I has not been used much the last 2 years and attempted to use this year. On the first trip out ran fine all day except for the last hour. The engine died , visual inspection showed the water pump pulley not turning. Got towed in. After trailering the boat home proceeded to remove the water pump(both), the exhaust manifolds and risers. Observed some rust that may be clogging the water path thru the manifold. Replaced both manifolds, risers, water pumps, and thermostat housing and thermostat. Attempted to start boat in the driveway, would not consistently turn over. After a day or 2 of playing with it, removed the port manifold and looked at the starter. There was a broken standoff for the low voltage connection on the starter, replaced starter. Boat turns over consistently now. However, it will not consistently run, sometimes it runs and sometimes it will not. One thing for sure, if I drop it in the water it will not start, all the time. I need some suggestions as to what may be wrong. I am thinking about changing the fuel pump and the fuel pressure switch. Any ideas!!!!!!

Comment - 0 comments(s)


 New Pursuit Owner.
  9/3/2014 9:11:45 AM   Posted by: heronflyer

Hello From Vancouver, B.C. Canada.
We recently purchased a 2008 Pursuit 285 OS, with Twin 4 Stroke Yamaha 250 Hp, from Sanibel Island, Florida. Then had it shipped, all the way out to the West Coast of Canada.
Our boat is called BIG FISH 1, after the movie Bjg Fish, by Tim Burton. It tells the story of the relationship, between a Father and his Son.
" There are some fish that cannot be caught. It's not that they are faster or stronger than the other fish, they're just touched by something extra. "
Big Fish was my wife's favorite movie and it was her idea to name the boat Big Fish, in memory of my Father.
We dedicated our boat and named it in honor of my late Father, who passed away last year. Our relationship in a lot of ways, was like the one in the movie Big Fish. This was the last movie that we watched together.
The Pursuit Boat's are very rare to find on the West Coast, however they are an excellent Boat for the typical Pacific Coast weather.
We choose to Register my Boat with Transport Canada, in which case you receive a Certificate of Registration, from the Canadian Government . This allows you to officially fly the Canadian National Flag. Your boat and name gets automatically registered with the Canadian Coast Guard. You do not have to have the typical license numbers displayed on your boat. You just have to have displayed on the stern,
" PORT OF VANCOUVER, B.C. " Your name gets registered with Transport Canada. It costs $250 CDN. and is entirely voluntary. However it is compulsory for all commercial boats. This is an alternative to getting a boat license.
I have been a member of The Royal Vancouver Yacht Club for 10 years and my boat is moored at The RVYC Coal Harbour, Vancouver, B.C. Which is Downtown Vancouver and adjacent to Stanley Park.
We purchased the boat for fishing and cruising, with our family, therefore the Pursuit 285 OS, is the perfect boat.
Salmon Fishing on the West Coast is a great passion of ours.
We look forward to being a part of the proud Pursuit Boat Owners.

Comment - 1 comments(s)


 Wavegate
  8/14/2014 4:14:11 AM   Posted by: rkool

My 1988 Pursuit 2200 cc originally had a Wavegate. Some may call it a wave guard. The previous owner removed it and doesn't have it anymore. I'm looking for specs and/or pics that would help me replace it. I know it's made from teak, and that's what I'm going to use to restore it. I also know it had a piano hinge running the length of the gate. Can anyone help?

Comment - 4 comments(s)


 Pursuit 2200 cc
  8/14/2014 4:08:00 AM   Posted by: rkool

My name is Bob, and my wife and I just purchased a 1988 Pursuit 2200, center console. It has the original motor: 175 h.p. Evinrude. Runs fabulous. The boat has some cosmetic work, most noticeably the teak. I hope to get some help here as I restore her to top condition. Thanks.

Comment - 1 comments(s)


 Upholstery
  8/7/2014 6:03:47 PM   Posted by: Don't Blink

Has anyone changed their original exterior upholstery to a different color or style? I would like to see it if possible. C250

Comment - 1 comments(s)




Pursuit Boat Owners Forum Info Center
Pursuit Boat Owners Forum welcomes our newest user, Ragenerb!
1874 posts in 635 threads across 11 forums.
There are 1207 registered members.
There are no upcoming calendar events in the next 7 days.

Online registered users : rich





(Delete all cookies set by this site)
Debug mode : Seconds to generate: [0.078] - Cached queries : [51] - Executed queries : [5]
Pursuit Boat Owners
© 2007-2014 PursuitBoatOwners.com



This is a meeting place for Pursuit Boat Owners. In this community, we discuss cruising, mechanical issues, gatherings, and we make a lot of friends. We hope you enjoy your visit and come back frequently! PLEASE NOTE: 'Pursuit Boats' is a trademark of S2 Yachts, Inc. PursuitBoatOwners.com is an independent, worldwide club of Pursuit owners. ALSO NOTE: There is NO affiliation whatsoever between PursuitBoatOwners.com and S2 Yachts.