24' Splendor 240 Sunstar Bow Rider with New Engine (less then 5 hours), New Upholstry, Great Shape!
PRICE IS FIRM!
The boat has been detailed, put in all new upholstery that matches the 2012 Splendor Cat in the brochure (tan and white) and she now has a new engine, new manifolds and risers. The Bravo III outdrive is in excellent condition.
Splendor is a custom builder, though it specializes in a handful of models, including the 240 Sunstar, its most-popular boat. It, like all Splendors, is built on a performance catamaran hull. The cat design, as we found on a rough test lake and in previous tests along the Atlantic coast, literally cuts a smooth swath when other deck boats are getting punished. With two hulls essentially, the depth of the head on the portside is unmatched. So is the bowrise in the lower power range — there is none.
What sets the Sunstar apart from traditional catamarans is the performance nature of the hull. Most cats turn slowly on a flat plane, but this is a full planing hull, so it banks into turns like a sport boat. Boaters also can meander into unchartered waters for bowriders because the 240 drafts a scant 12 inches.
- Vital Stats
- Vital Stats Length Overall: 24' Beam: 8'4" Dry Weight: 3,700 lb. Passenger/Weight Capacity: 12/3,100 lb. Fuel Capacity: 50 gal. MSRP (w/ MerCruiser 350 Mag SeaCore, Bravo 3): $45,500 NMMA Certified: Yes
- Test Drive
- Test Engine: MerCruiser 350 Mag SeaCore, Bravo 3 Test Prop: 24 pitch Test Load: People (660 lb.); Fuel (12) Top Speed: 46.4 mph @ 5,100 rpm Time to Plane: 3.3 sec. Time to 30 mph: 7.8 sec. Minimum Planing Speed: 17.5 mph @ 2,600 rpm
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