2002 Malibu Sunscape 21 LSV
|Category||Ski and Wakeboard Boats|
|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
|Engine Model||Monsoon 325|
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
Update 12/2019: Bought brand new engine compartment heater for winterizing. $300 value and comes with the boat!
UPDATE10/2019: The boat was just serviced. Oil, filter, spark plugs, and fuel filter all replaced. A compression check was done and all checked out within proper range and no engine fault codes. I will provide the report for any interested buyers.
2002 Malibu Sunscape 21 LSV
Monsoon 325 EFI engine
Hours = 304
Length = 21
Beam = 93
Draft = 20
Capacity = 10 persons
Weight = 2900 lbs
If youre tired of looking at beat up used boats then check this one out. This boat has been great for our family and the only reason we are selling is because we wanted a bigger boat. It has been gently used on with no salt water exposure. The upholstery is all original and looks amazing. Very few imperfections on this boat which is terribly hard to find on a 5yr old boat let alone a 17yr old boat. All maintenance has been completed annually since day 1. This is a great all-around boat. Superb for skiing or slalom but add some weight to it and it will throw an impressive wake. With the sacs included in this sale you can surf behind this boat with ease. 90% of the hours have been cruising hours or pulling a tube for the kids, which means very few hours with heavy loads or high RPMs on the engine. There is a custom wake tower that is collapsible and has storage on top. Installed Wet Sound speakers to the tower with added amplifier. Two blue accent lights were added to both sides of the boat for some night time anchoring. A Fresh Air Exhaust was added to help with engine noise and keeping the exhaust out of the boat and riders faces behind the boat at low speeds. I just replaced the steering cable. It maneuvers like a dream. I replaced all fuel lines from fuel tank all the way to the fuel rail last year. Also replaced the fuel pump, filter, and fuel rail as the fuel systems degrade over the years. The MDC (gauge computer) was just replaced. The prop shaft strut was replaced about 2 years ago as the internal bushings were wearing down. The boat has never had a prop strike or ran aground. This boat has been very well taken care of!
Of course, not everything is perfect on the boat. Here are the issues for full disclosure.
The original radio is in the boat but it has been disconnected from the sounds system. A Bluetooth receiver was installed instead as we only use our phones for our music. This means the transom radio remote will not adjust your music preferences but it is still there if you want to go back to the original setup. I do have a radio that has never been used to replace the original but I never installed it. I will throw that in. The original radio does still work.
There are a couple of gelcoat blemishes and the worst is pictured. The worst one is on the starboard side and it happened recently. Others are mi