FRESH NEW LISTING! Only 69 hours and has just had a recent service! If you are looking for a like new Sea Hunt 211 Ultra you just found it! Everything you need to take the family to the island for a nice picnic, go offshore when conditions are right or fish inshore. The bow has removable backrests so you can kick back while facing forward, a 70 quart and a 110 quart compartment is underneath the bow seating. With the elongated starboard compartment you will find that your bigger fish will fit, unlike some of the other 21 foot boats. In the stern, again the seating is different than what we’re used to seeing. Instead of a fold-down transom bench seat, Sea Hunt built in a full-beam seat. The advantage here is that molding in seats gives you additional stowage underneath, whereas a fold-away seat doesn’t offer any stowage space. The trade-off is, of course, that you can’t fold the seat away when it’s not in use. But you can pull the cushions off, leave them at home, and use the bench as an elevated, aft, casting platform. Other fishing features include a 15-gallon livewell, cockpit coaming bolsters, under-gunwale rod racks, a raw-water washdown, four rod holders on the leaning post backrest and four more on the T-top, a slide-out cooler under the leaning post, and trolling motor pre-wiring. On the family side of the equation, the boat has a head compartment in the console, low-profile bow grab rails, stainless-steel cup holders, a (small) swim platform with a telescopic ladder for ease of boarding. To keep the ride smooth at such speeds, Sea Hunt employs a variable-degree deadrise in the Ultra 211 hull. The sweet ride starts with a sharp 50-degree entry to slice open the waves, transitions out to 20 degrees amidships, and then flattens to 16 degrees at the transom to enhance stability.