The Sea Ray 268 is one of the nicest Weekender Express Cruisers Sea Ray has ever made. It has great accommodations for two couples or a small family of five. It offers a vee-berth double forward, a convertible dinette berth and an aft cabin double berth. For your weekend getaway, it also includes a full galley with an AC/DC refrigerator, an electric/alcohol stove and stainless steel sink. The head includes full headroom, stainless sink and shower.
The boat is powered with an economical single 260 h.p. Alpha One Mercruiser Engine. It has both trim and tilt tabs, windlass and full electronics at the helms station. Twin aft facing seats along with a forward bench seat make for a very comfortable cockpit. The boat is provided with an optional canvas package which includes not only a connected dodger and cockpit bimini but also full camper aft enclosure and a full aft canvas cover while towing.
This is a must see boat! It has been kept under cover and only used in fresh water all of its life until May of this year, and it shows. The hull gelcoat and all interior and exterior cushions are like new, and all storage compartments are bone dry and free of all mildew.
If you are looking for an Express Cruiser in this size range that won’t break the bank, this is one you shouldn’t pass up. Motivated buyer……………….MAKE OFFER!...............this boat will not last long at this price!
Forward is a large double vee-berth with excellent storage below and to the sides. A large 18” opening hatch, with screen, provides both lighting and ventilation. A full privacy curtain divides the vee-berth from the midship dinette, galley and head.
Moving aft, the dinette is on the port side with the full galley and head is to starboard. The dinette sits two large adults comfortably and converts to a single berth for one adult or two children. Aft of the dinette, is a hanging locker. The galley comes complete with a Norcold AC/DC Refrigerator and a Kenyon Electric/Alcohol Stove. The stainless steel sink has running hot and cold water. Ventilation and light is provided by two opening, and screened overhead hatches. Aft of the galley, is a nice stand up head with plenty of storage, stainless sink, porta-potti and standup shower.
Continuing aft, under the helms station, is a good sized aft cabin that includes a double berth with two opening side hatches for ventilation and lighting.
Walking up four steps, brings you to the helms station to starboard. There are two great sized bench seats, seating for four, for the helmsman and guests. The helms station is complete with a new Raymarine C-80 GPS Chartplotter, Depthfinder and Fishfinder. A Saturn five inch compass, a new Std. Horizon Explorer VHF, windlass controls and a King AP2000 Autopilot.
Aft of the helmsman bench seats, is a good sized cockpit which includes seating for five adults. Through a transom door and you step down to a fiberglass swim platform, with ladder, that makes it very easy to board the boat from the water.
LOA: 26’7” (at centerline)
Draft (stern drive up): 16”
Draft (stern drive down): 34”
Dry weight: 5425 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 100 gallons
Water capacity: 24 gallons
Single 350 cid, 260 h.p. Mercruiser Alpha One inboard/outboard
Engine hours: 1928 (all but three, fresh water)
Norcold AC/DC Refrigerator
2 burner Kenyon Electric/Alcohol Stove
Single Stainless Sink
Raymarine C-80 Combination Chartplotter GPS, Fishfinder, Depthfinder
Standard Horizon Explorer VHF
Kenwood Radio and Speakers
King AP2000 Autopilot
Ship Power: 12 volt DC; 110 volt AC
Shore Power: 30 Amps
Halon Automatic Fire Extinguisher in engine room
Trim and Tilt Tabs
Two Group 27 Batteries
Pro Mariner 20 Amp Battery Charger
Stainless 360 degree bow search light
Manual and automatic bilge pumps
Electric windshield wipers
Duel Trumpet Horn
Hot Water System/Exchanger
Fiberglass swim platform with boarding ladder
Four stainless steel mooring cleats (seven inch)
Stainless Bow fender Carriages (port and std…………holds four large fenders)
Twelve lb. Danforth Anchor, six feet of chain, 100 feet of rode (bow anchor)
Five opening hatches with screens; two closed hatches
Stainless steel rails both port and starboard from bow to midship