- Control Max Thrusters (bow & stern)
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- Pump-out head w/5 gallon holding
- Sink (no gray water tank)
- Transom shower and water-ski locker
- Anchor locker
- AM/FM radio w/CD player. 4 speakers
in cockpit, 2 in bow.
- Four step folding ladder on swim
- Storage Everywhere!
- two floor compartments
- "glove" box next to helm
- storage underneath bow cushions
- under port-side seat
- port & starboard step w/deep compartments underneath
- along gunwales
- huge locker in front of helm same size as the head
- storage inside the head
- water-ski locker on swim platform
- Bow and cockpit covers, Bimini top,
Full canvas for less than favorable weather.
- Filler cushion for bow
- Table (for bow or stern use)
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Boat Basic features:
- Length: 23'10"
- Beam: 8'6"
- Draft: 20" drive up
- Deadrise: 22 degrees
- Fuel Capacity: 70 gallons
- Water tank: 10 gallons
- Mercruiser 5.7 (260 hp)
- Bravo III outdrive (duo prop)
- Cruising speed: 30-32 mph
- Top speed: 42-45+ mph
(depending on conditions)
- Dry weight 4600 lbs
- Trailer is a 2002 Escort, dual axle, weight 1500 lbs
- Depth finder w/through hull
- Hour meter
- snap-out carpeting
- One BC portable fire extinguisher
- Presently has somewhere around 250-260
hours on it
This boat features
Control Max which enables the skipper to effortlessly parallel park and
maneuver in the most impossible of tight quarters. It works like a
joystick to move in any direction. Twist the control to pivot 360
degrees in any direction. It runs on electric power (separate
batteries). This is great for getting to your favorite spot at the
sand bar. Just cut the engine, trim up, and use electric power to
get around boats and swimmers without risk of injuring anyone or bumping
This boat also has very good acceleration and planes quickly. It's
great for tubing and waterskiing. Floor locker presently holds two
wake boards, 8 fenders, all my ski lines, and a number of other things.
It's absolutely huge. It fits my skis also but the ski locker on
the transom is more convenient.
Bravo III outdrive is excellent. NO prop walk!