Finnish pilothouse specialist Sargo has announced that it will be revamping its 31-footer

Sargo has announced that it will be unveiling a new-look version of the 31, which has undergone a “refined facelift”.

The 31-ft pilothouse model will get its public debut early next year at the Boot Dusseldorf show (17-25 January), the Finnish manufacturer added.

Described as a “sport utility boat”, the Sargo 31 promises “gracious and comfortable” 40-knot cruising, as well as some “fascinating novelties”. Quite what these are remains to be seen.

Two designs have been released (pictured above), suggesting that buyers will be given the option of a blue hull with white topsides or a black hull with a black hardtop.

Exterior alterations are subtle, with the single skylight replaced with three smaller ones that are fitted side-by-side.

Prices are yet to be confirmed, but Sargo claims that the range will retain its reputation for “great value for money”.

The Sargo brand was launched earlier this year as a replacement to Minor Offshore, and the parent compant has been building boats in the Finnish town of Kokkola since 1967.

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