2006 Yamaha 210SX
2006 Yamaha Boats 210SX, Very clean turnkey jet boat with very low hours. Boat is kept in garage when not in use. Here's another treat: twin power on a 21-foot boat. The like new interior almost makes you feel like you are sitting in a new boat. Has a show room appearance. Twin power offers all kinds of nifty little advantages, including being able to limp home if one of the engines dies and having excellent maneuverability in tight spaces. And don't forget the advantages of jet drives. They allow you to explore the shallows without having to worry about thrashing a prop, and they are considerably lighter than stern drives, increasing your horsepower-to-weight ratio and boosting acceleration. Trailer is in perfect order as well with folding tongue. You'll also be glad to know there's no need to bring a cooler. In the center of the sole there is a huge glassed-in cooler with an overboard drain, plenty for a full day of food, drinks and snacks. There's also no lack of storage at all - if anything, there's an overabundance of storage. There's room under the bow seats and more under the outboard seats in the cockpit. There's even more room inside the port helm - there wasn't enough height for it to qualify as a head, but we guess many of you will buy a Porta Potti and use it for that anyway (and it would make a great place to stow deflated tubes out of the way). Another interesting thing to note is how long the engines are set in the SX210. Because the boat is a jet drive, the engines have to be set lower than you'll find with a typical stern drive arrangement. This means the engines are less intrusive on interior space, and this is evident in the design of the SX210, which doesn't have the typical raised engine hatch most stern drives of this size do. Trades considered.