Paragon 31 Cabin

Paragon 31 Cabin – made tougher still for commercial use

Paragon 31 Cabin – made
tougher still for commercial use.

This autumn Paragon Yachts will launch a new version of their largest model – Paragon 31 Cabin. The new 31 Cabin has been remodelled both in inside and out into an even better all year round work-boat. Materials are sturdier and more hardwearing. And the boat is available with different interior layouts depending on usage requirements.

– “We have listened carefully to the wishes and needs of our customers. The possibility of customising the layout and materials used in the boat is a good example of how we can meet as many requirements as possible without reducing functionality, ” said Joacim Gustavsson, head designer at Nimbus.

The appearance of the Paragon 31 Cabin is similar to the earlier Paragon 31, but she is 40 cm longer and has a new interior and exterior layout. That this is a work-boat can be seen by her capacity to carry more powerful engines, and has more room for tools, system installations and safety equipment. The most noticeable external difference is the heavy rubber list, which surrounds the entire boat.

-“Our customers are asking for this kind of boat and she fits in well with the DNA of the Paragon brand. The new 31 Cabin is quite simply better equipped for all day, all year-round use, irrespective of private or commercial purposes,” said Jonas Göthberg, sales manager at Nimbus.

The long hull and increased freeboard provide still better seagoing properties and reduce planing threshold. The 31 can be fitted with 2xD4-300 engines and the after deck has two stowage areas above deck and one beneath the floor. Otherwise the afterdeck is completely clear to provide a maximum work surface or room for a folding seating group.

The aft gate comprises two sections that enable opening up the entire after deck. The starboard D pillar enables installing an extra helm for greater maneuvering control for difficult conditions when docking or working at sea.

The fore cabin features a fixed insert berth and a V-berth with generous storage shelves above the beds. The fore cabin can be had in either the wardrobe version or the galley version. The head contains a washbasin, stowage, lavatory and shower. The saloon has several generous stowage areas beneath the floor and is furnished as standard with four seats and two benches, but can be fitted out with several different alternatives. The exit to the after deck is from the saloon through large sliding glass doors, which provide unbeatable visibility and control.

“We are convinced this boat will also appeal to private persons who need a boat for use in difficult conditions and are looking for a tough boat with functional surfaces and areas and plenty of stowage,” said Jonas Göthberg.

The earlier Paragon 31 will now be called the Paragon 31 Flybridge.

For more information: Jonas Göthberg, +46 31 726 77 15,

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