New owner of an 87 S24cc

edebusk

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Feb 2, 2024
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Boat Info
1987 Sea Ray s24cc
Engines
350 Mercruiser
First time out on the water and it was great and ran great. Getting it into forward and reverse was a little tough but manageable. Does anyone have issues with steering at cruising speed around 20-25mph? Mine felt super loose and had to fight it to stay straight.
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That looks like a nice boat! If it is hard to keep straight at that speed you probably have excessive play either in the cable or the outdrive steering lever.
 
That's what I plan on checking out once the weather decides it wants to be nice. And it is a nice boat, only has 452hrs on it and runs smooth as silk. Just needs the interior redone. I only paid 900 dollars for it so definitely worth it to upkeep
 
Beautiful boat. Back when Sea Ray made stylish, sturdy and affordable boats. I went to the local boat show this past week and there was little at the Sea Ray exhibit that caught my eye. It seems Cobalt has decided to fill the spot SR has walked away from.
 
Beautiful boat. Back when Sea Ray made stylish, sturdy and affordable boats. I went to the local boat show this past week and there was little at the Sea Ray exhibit that caught my eye. It seems Cobalt has decided to fill the spot SR has walked away from.
We do like this boat alot and with my younger kids it helps having that cabin. They can take their naps if we're on the water
 
Beautiful boat. Back when Sea Ray made stylish, sturdy and affordable boats. I went to the local boat show this past week and there was little at the Sea Ray exhibit that caught my eye. It seems Cobalt has decided to fill the spot SR has walked away from.
And thank you, it was a great investment
 
It's a beautiful boat I wouldn't mind having it what's the length overall 22 ft
 
Endto end it measures right under 25ft and thank you
 

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