2004 Hydra-Sports 2400-CC
|Propulsion Type||Single Outboard|
|Location||Union City, CA|
|Speed and Distance|
|Engine Type||Single Outboard|
This boat is the same model as a 2390 cc and comes with:
- 2004 Yamaha 300 HPDI w/4 blade SS prop & spare 17p 3 blade SS prop. 900 hrs on lower unit but 550 hrs on powerhead (hours will go up as I currently use it)
- Mystery filters, fuel filters, oil filters, oil/water separator, low pressure pumps, fuel bowl, poppet valve, thermostats, water pump/impeller, remote oil tank filter, and spark plugs replaced in Nov 2018
- Garmin 942xs (installed March 2018)
- Garmin 94sv w/GT-51TM chirp transducer (installed Dec 2017)
- Garmin Reactor 40 autopilot w/GHC 20 control unit (installed Apr 2019)
- Garmin fuel flow sensor (installed Nov 2018)
- Garmin GPS 19x GPS antenna (installed May 2019)
- New seastar tilt helm (installed Apr 2019)
- Standard Horizon GX1700 VHF radio w/GPS
- Standard Horizon GX1300 VHF radio
- 2016 Continental Trailer with brakes on all 4 wheels (new brake pads installed Nov 2018) and 2 spares. 10k lb capacity
- 2 new Rule 2500 bilge pumps and float switches (installed June 2018)
- twin battery charger
- two new deep cycle marine batteries in Feb 2019
- Boat cover
- 2 sets of cushions. One set is brand new and one set is slightly used
- custom Scotty downrigger mounts
- Scotty/Marinco plugs on each side of boat
- 17 rod holders throughout
- Porta potty in console
- Length: 24'2"
- Beam: 8'10"
- Draft-Engine Up: 19"
- Draft-Engine Down: 27"
- Dry Wt : 5,000 lbs
- Deadrise: 21 Degrees
- Bridge Clearance/ T Top: 8'5"
- Max HP: 350 HP
- Fuel Capacity: 180 Gal
- Fresh Water Cap: 20 Gal
Cruises at over 25mph and averages about 2 mpg. Fastest I've gone is 45 mph with 10 people on a flat day with ¼ tank of gas
This boat has it all: a self-draining cockpit with oversized scuppers and a diamond-patterned skid resistant deck, an insulated 38-gallon lighted baitwell, 228-quart fishboxes with overboard drains, and large trim tabs to keep it riding well. Enough bow flare to keep you drier than other CCs. A lot of free board to keep you safe. High gunnels to keep you in the boat. The list goes on and on. Must see to appreciate.