1998 Doral 250 Sc for Sale

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Doral 250 Sc 1998

1998 Doral 250 Sc

25ft Cabin Cruiser comes with a 2017 Loadrite Trailer(4 wheel disc brakes, maintenance free wheel bearings), Seasonal maintenance done directly by owner. Lightly used with an average of 45 hours per season on Fresh Water only. Off Season in Heated Storage. Immaculate cabin as wife's owner is a cleaning fanatic. Fully equipped with Microwave, Refrigerator, Electric/Alcohol Stove, Marine AC/Heat, Hot Water, Inverter and Battery Charger. Bimini Top & Cockpit Cover all updated. Stainless Steel Radar Arch enhances the beauty of this boat. Use as a day boat for skiing, tubing or just cruising or as a weekender that sleeps 4 comfortably. Can be towed to your destination of fun or docked at your favorite waterway. Manufacturers Description: "The Doral 250 SC is a second-generation sports cruiser that delivers quick, economical performance. The cockpit has a large lounge area with a fold-away aft bench seat. A retractable stainless steel arch is included. The full camper top with screens and side windows is standard. Belowdecks are plush pile carpeting and 'soft-touch' washable vinyl ceiling. The roomy aft stateroom has a screened hatch for flow-through ventilation, and directional lighting adds to the ambiance. DORAL CRUISERS: Touches of luxury at the helm include, gold-trimmed instruments and wood-grain dash panels. Depth finders are standard on all Doral cruisers. On deck, there is plenty of room for sunbathing and a sundeck cushion is included. Practical conveniences include opening walk-through windshield, out-of-sight anchor storage and large lockers. Doral cruisers feature roomy mid-cabins that offer convenient and private accommodations. Head compartments have easy-to-clean molded surfaces while the well-equipped galleys feature granite-finish fiberglass countertops that match the dinette table. Head liners are made of soft-touch leatherette which are easy to clean and maintain. Interior color combinations are warm and bright. Upholstery is made of long-wearing material. DORAL FEATURES: Doral carefully maintains and prepares all molds. The first layer of high-quality gelcoat is sprayed on clean and even. Its porcelain shine starts at this stage, and Doral's finishing department makes sure the boats are delivered that way. The gelcoat is followed by progressive layers of vinylester resins, and blister-resistant surface matting, for true fair surface, with bi-directional woven roving providing strength and substance. Molded parts ranging from shower stalls to radar arches, as well as storage compartments, help Doral create a seamless finish. The ease of maintenance and the re-sale value is kept in mind when building new models. All boats 20 feet and up have an integrated fiberglass cockpit liner. These boats have removable cockpit marine-grade carpets as well. Included with cruisers 27 feet and up is an integrated fiberglass cabin liner. With a snap, the carpet can be removed. Mildew odours often found in boats are almost none existent. Doralcore, made of end-grain balsa, provides additional rigidity and strength without adding weight, with the added advantage of creating extremely quiet-riding boats. All boats 22 feet and upwards are built with Doralcore, while coring is only strategically placed in most boats. Reinforcement is carefully located to allow the installation of hardware also around the inside edge of the joint, allowing for a solid bolted hull-deck joint."

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