2012 Yamaha 242 Limited S

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Make
Yamaha
Type
Powerboats
Model
242 Limited S
Length
24'
Hull material
Fiberglass
Year
2012
Class
Bowrider 1
Fuel type
Other
Engine type
Name
Yamaha 242 Limited S 2012
Location
Price
$38,000

2012 Yamaha 242 Limited S

2012 Yamaha 242 Limited S with twin engines. 135 hours. Seats up to 11. Great boat in excellent condition. Has been kept in covered dry storage. All tires on trailer were replaced with new tires and bearings were repacked in April 2019. Annual service was completed in late January 2020. Includes two Monster wakeboard racks. I will replace both batteries before transferring to new owner. This boat is ready and good to go for the summer! Additionally, I purchased a full extended warranty, including accessory package, that is valid through 5/11/2020 and can be transferred to the new owner. (Original cost of extended warranty was $4454 for two years.) I can send you a PDF will all of the coverage details. I will also include all of the gear I have--skis, docklines, anchor, lifejackets, etc.--which are basically brand new! I would really love to keep the boat, but I have been unable to take it out as much as I would like. I hope someone else will be able to enjoy it as much as I have!

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