No question, the 2300SC from Maxum is a looker. The manufacturer managed to blend sport-boat lines with cruiser sophistication into the 23-foot-by-10-inch long, 8-foot-by-5-inch wide runabout. But thanks to a bounty of real-world features, the 2300SC's function is a match for its form.
In the cabin, the facing lounges and dinette setup converts to a V-berth with filler cushion, and a deck hatch is provided for cabin ventilation. The galley has a sink and a cabinet with a pullout cooler. Overhead lights provide illumination after dark, and two speakers dialed into the stereo in the cockpit provide the tunes. Also included is a portable head.
Above deck, the cockpit has a back-to-back seat, which converts to a sun pad, to port. Opposite that is the driver's bucket seat and the helm station. Helm highlights include a tilt steering wheel complete analog instrumentation. All the way aft is a three- to four-person bench seat. Snap-in carpet covers the cockpit sole.
With a 22 degree deadrise Deep V, the deepest in her class, the softness, predictability and stability of the ride, cannot be duplicated in other brands in this size.
5.7l Mercruiser with a stainless steel prop,
dual batteries with switch,
tandem axle trailer with brakes,
front cover with sides and aft curtain,
full extended swim platform with deep boarding ladder and kicker bracket,
cockpit dual coolers with full bench that removes,
helm with depth sounder, tilt steering, full instrumentation, and upgraded stereo,
full fiberglass liner,
cockpit bifold window
cockpit sink, head, table, and conversion bench for sleeping,
fishfinder and much more!
Beam: 8' 6"
Fuel: 70 Gal
Water: 10 Gal
Cabin Headroom: 4'6"
Full mechanical inspection report, detail, hull polish, detail, manuals and orientation is included.
$32,880 or $289 p mo!