2007 Sea Ray 250 SLX

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250 SLX
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Bowrider 1
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Sea Ray 250 SLX 2007

2007 Sea Ray 250 SLX

2007 Sea Ray 250SLX -Powered by Mercury 6.2MPI (320 hp) Bravo III Drive with 325 hours. The cockpit floorplan has (2) large bucket seats with flip up thigh rise bolsters, STBD side Wet bar with AFT wrap around L-Lounge with central walk thru passage and flip out filler cushion to form a full sunpad. 2 Brand new (2019) AGM Batteries with dual battery switch. Cockpit features include snap in carpet liner, Cockpit table with 2nd base in bow, underfloor Ski/Wakeboard storage, aft walk thru filler cushion and backrest, SST Cupholders, courtesy lights and an enclosed bathroom with potti inside the passenger side dash. Other features include Bow filler cushions, bow block off door, bow speakers, bow anchor locker, freshwater System with sink and transom shower, SST ski tow eye, SST props, SST swim ladder, Sunbrella Bimini shade top and brand new sunbrella (2019) bow cover and cockpit cover. Boat is bottom painted (white) and currently in the water. Stored indoors, heated in the winter and professionally maintained. PHOTOS COMING SOON.

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