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An absolutely great choice for any family looking to move up to a larger boat and take some longer cruising voyages in high style.

The Maxum 3100 SCR has a fine reputation for her well-appointed interior, excellent performance and ‘Euro Style’ design.  This boat spent most of her life stored on the hard and shrink wrapped during the winters, so she’s exceptionally clean and in excellent condition overall.  Recently had her hull waxed, and the green canvas enclosure make this Maxum stand out in any mooring.

Her twin MerCruiser 5.0 with Bravo III drives have very low hours.  Sleeps as many as six in three areas, with a fully enclosed head and shower and ample storage throughout.  Her large aft deck is a great space for lounging while underway, or quiet evenings at dockside.

The full canvas enclosure means you’ll use “Mad Max” all year ’round for extra enjoyment.  She even has a Westerbeke 5 kw genset with just 85 hours.

The interior fabrics and finishes are luxurious.  The galley has a microwave and electric stove top, and there’s a vacu-flush toilet and shower in the head.  She’ll sleep four adults in two separate sleeping areas.  The dining settee will drop into a double berth as well, as needed.  Her fully enclosed large aft deck is very comfortable for all-weather boating and has a nice custom teak dining table along with a bar sink and refrigerator.  Plus, what an enormous swim platform … !

We’ve finished going through all of her systems carefully while getting her all cleaned up and ready for your summer fun.  We also have a hull and full boat survey to share when you come see her at our docks.

Call David at 206.225.3360 and set a time to see this lovely boat very soon!


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LOA: 30’ 9”

Beam: 10’ 6”

Max Depth: 3’ 5”

Weight: 10,950

Clearance: 9’ 7”

Cabin Headroom: 6′ 4″

Fuel: one aluminum tank 150 gal.

Water: Poly tank 36 gal.

Waste: Poly tank 30 gal.



Port – 2002 MerCruiser 5.0 MPI 

220 hp Bravo III with 485 hours

Stbd. – 2002 MerCruiser 5.0 MPI

220 hp Bravo III with 487 hours

Cruising Speed: 20-22 kts.

Maximum Speed: 32 kts.



Westerbeke 5 KW thee cylinder gasoline genset

Dual 30 amp shore power inlets

30 amp shore power cord and cord splitter

Four Dyno 12v engine start and house batteries

One Dyno 12v generator start battery

Professional Mariner Pro-matic 30-3 battery charger

110v main electric panel in salon

12v panel controls at helm station

Coleman PowerMate 400w inverter for TV in salon

Shore power stowage and battery selectors in an easily accessible transom locker 



Raymarine Model 53 VHF radio

Garmin GPSMap 188C chartplotter and sounder

Raymarine SL72 radar with 24 mile range

Ritchie 4” helm compass

Jabsco remote control searchlight

Tilt steering wheel

Mercury Quicksilver dual-lever helm controls

Windlass control switch

Trim controls

12v charger plug outlet



Dometic Marine Air Systems reverse cycle heat and salon air conditioning

HeaterCraft cabin heater

Salon settee seating for four adults

Settee converts to extra double berth; 60” x 40”

Forward double berth; 80” x 60”

Aft Stateroom double berth; 84” x 54” 

Insignia 22” LCD Hi-def 1080 television

Insignia HS-BRDVD4 Blu-Ray Disc player

Apex DT 502 Digital TV Converter

JVC KD-SX770 AM/FM/CD, forty-five watt stereo with remote control at helm

Pioneer speakers in salon and cockpit

JVC 10-disc CD player

Six LED 12v reading lamps

Three deck hatches with screens

Six opening portlights with screens

Privacy curtains for fore and aft berths



GFCI 110v plugs located in both galley and head

Single stainless galley sink with fitted cutting board top

Single lever faucet with wand sprayer head

Origo model 4300 E 110v electric and alcohol stove top

Origo microwave with turntable

Norcold 12v/110v galley refrigeration

SeaLand Vacuflush toilet

Whale model hand-held sink faucet and shower wand

Mirrored vanity cabinet 

Shower curtain and shower sump drain

Opening portlight for ventilation

Automatic shower sump drain box pumpout

SeaLand waste macerator



All 1″ stainless rails and handholds

Danforth anchor with chain and line rode in foredeck locker

Lewmar ‘Concept I’ electric windlass

Sunning cushions for foredeck

Radar arch with integral stereo speakers and 12v lighting

Bimini canvas and camper canvas enclosure for aft deck

Center panel of windscreen is hinged for foredeck access

Extra wide helm seat slides and adjusts

Companion seat at helm area

Comfortable “U” shaped seating in cockpit area 

Large custom teak dining table for aft deck, 40” x 24”

Standard molded fiberglass tabletop for aft deck, 30” x 18”

New Magma propane gas grill

Single bar sink with cutting board and storage cabinet

U-Line cabinet refrigerator

Carpet inserts for aft deck 

Latching transom gate for access to swim step

Extra-large swim step (40” x 9’ 5”) 

Stowaway boarding ladder for swimmers

Fish rod holder mounts on transom rail

Six fenders, mooring lines, boat pole, hose, bucket, cleaning supplies



Cabin fire extinguisher

Orion first aid kit

Hand-held flares 

Two Stearns vest style lifejackets

Four adult horseshoe style lifejackets in stowage bag

Rule 1100 gph bilge pumps in engine compartment and salon center bilge


We are quite selective about the vessels we accept into our program and pursue a very rigorous process before they are listed for sale.  This begins with our preliminary introduction when we meet with the donor to discuss the condition and upkeep of their boat.  Once accepted, each new arrival undergoes a thorough examination, similar to what a marine surveyor will do.  This allows us to prioritize our attention to any deferred maintenance or repairs that may be needed. 

Over the years we’ve performed just about every kind of marine repair, from electrical and plumbing issues to all types of appearance enhancements and even rebuilding engines.  If something is not working right we fix it, simple as that.  We prove that her electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems are correct, safe and functioning properly.  By doing all of this, we know these boats quite well – top to bottom – and present them fairly and honestly to buyers.  

We encourage you to have our boats professionally surveyed as a part of your purchase process.  By the time we’ve finished and the boat is advertised, we are confident you’ll receive a strong report from your surveyor.  

Thank you for considering PMF boats in your search !