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|Skrog Fasong||Dyp v-form|
|Tilbudt av||Nautical Yacht Group|
For sale is rack stored 2003 Sea Ray 240 Sundancer. This boat has a new remanufactured engine engine with NO HOURS. Comes with 2 years of engine warranty! Boat has a newer Garmin Sticker 4. Full enclosure for cockpit area and cover from windshield back. Dockside shore power with air conditioning. Boat has a telescoping 4 step ladder for easy on and off. All maintenance is up to date with fresh bottom paint.
Boating Magazine had this to say:
We could figure out for ourselves that the 240 Sundancer would easily sleep a family of four in its two berths. Construction and materials are obviously first rate, with lots of stainless steel, durable fittings and finished fiberglass. Plus it has the backing of the Sea Ray name and one of the most reliable dealer networks in the world. What was hard for us to figure, though, was the price. When told this boat sells as outfitted in these images for under$65,000, we asked for the number to be repeated. Then the following note was made: “Don’t know of a better value for a weekend getaway boat.”
When entering a forward berth on a 24-foot cruiser, it’s smart for someone over 6 feet tall to duck and remain hunched. Yet our tallest tester was able to stand straight up at the bottom of the 240’s steps. What we saw down there made us ask again, “All of this is part of that price?”
Yep. The galley, with butane stove, 12-volt Norcold fridge and stainless sink with 20 gallons of fresh water is better equipped than a lot of suites. Our mom at the site gave an approving inspection of the cherry-finished cabinets, pull-out shower and stainless fixtures in the head, while our testers noted the plumbed storage compartments and deck scuppers that lead water overboard.
Parents will bed down in the forward V-bunk with five screened ventilation hatches. A smaller mid-berth is fully padded and sizable enough for two kids.
Our test boat had shore power and water hookups. It’s worth the cost. We'd also pay for the optional air conditioning so we could overnight in mid-summer or head south.
We never felt a rattle when manning this portable vacation station. If getting around in a hurry is important, you should opt up for more power. But, we’d rather enjoy the ride and pocket the cash.
Engine: MerCruiser 5.0L MPI
Test Prop: 22-pitch
Test Load: Fuel (45 gal.); People (420 lb.)
Top Speed: 42.0 MPH @ 4,500 RPM
Time to Plane: 8.8 sec.
Time to 30 MPH: 16.4 sec.
Minimum Planning Speed: 20.5 MPH @ 2,800 RPM
Cruise Stats: 28.5 MPH @ 3,300 RPM
|Inntak for strøm fra land||✓|
|Motormodell||5.0L MPI Bravo II|
|Skarphet ved tverrpost||19deg|
|Enheter||75.71 l ()|
|Enheter||261.19 l ()|