2003 Glastron GS 279

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Make
Glastron
Type
Powerboats
Model
GS 279
Length
27'
Hull material
Fiberglass
Year
2003
Class
Cruisers 1
Fuel type
Gas
Engine type
inboard
Name
Glastron GS 279 2003
Price
$18,500

2003 Glastron GS 279

The Glastron GS 279 incorporates the most current thinking in cruiser design into one beautiful, trailerable Glastron sport cruiser. The cockpit features a one-level fiberglass floor, a portside chaise lounge, a dual helm seat that folds down to create another sunlounge, plus a refreshment console with ice box, sink and water faucet. Below deck, the forward cabin's standard features include a V-berth / dinette, a full galley, plus a fiberglass head compartment with sink, shower, and china toilet. Electronics include a CD stereo, microwave oven electric stove, and hot water system. Low hour vessel with recently rebuilt engine, new manifolds and risers. Volvo Penta V8 GXi DuoProp. Maxwel windlass, dockside air-conditioned cabin, Hydraulic Trim Tabs. Comes with eisenglass, ship to shore cable, newer Garmin 7" Touchscreen GPS with Sidevue fishfinder. No Trailer or bottomcoat paint, as boat is always stored in above-ground elevated covered marina slips. Overall, boat is in very good condition and a great value and a lot of features for under $19K. Price reflects some typical wear and tear and age for the vessel. Maintenance records maintained.

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