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385 offshore fuel consumption

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385 offshore fuel consumption

Postby EastTxHorn » Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:06 pm

I have a 2016 385 Offshore. It has triple 350s. I've put about 350 hours on her and no matter what I do, I average .8 MPG on a trip. I'm curious about changing props? I would like to get 1.0. With only 375 gallons of fuel, my range isn't near what I would like it to be.

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385 offshore fuel consumption

Postby Tightline » Fri Aug 23, 2019 3:48 pm

I have 375 2010 offshore and I get under .8 with triple 350's. pushing over 20,000 pounds fast takes gas.

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385 offshore fuel consumption

Postby ChrisF » Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:01 pm

My experience has been similar. Approximately .8 mpg at cruise.

You may want to consider a fuel bladder for longer trips off shore. I recently purchased a 75 gallon bladder for that exact reason and have been very happy with it.


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385 offshore fuel consumption

Postby JToys » Sat Jul 18, 2020 9:15 am

2019 OS355 with trip 300's and I average .8 running 4100RPM and 32MPH. Factory suggests running around 3500RPMs at 27MPH to get .98 but the boat won't stay on plane at that speed and I burn .6!

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