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Old 02-19-2018, 09:32 PM
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FOR QUESTIONS CONTACT: RYAN 410-220-0504 or ryan@burasmarine.com

2018 Sea Ox 24 Center Console Starting at $69,900 with trailer!!

DETAILS:
-24ft Hull Length
-29ft LOA (With Bracket)
-Seattle Gray Colored gel hull
-Full transom with 32in Armstrong Bracket
-Suzuki DF250 up to 350HP
-Digital multifunction guage
-White deck, colored non skid floor
-Large console with seat
-Standard Leaning Post aluminum
-Full transom bracket for 25in shaft motor
-Transom Walk Through Door
-45 gallon livewell in stern
-Boarding ladder on bracket installed
-Full Composite construction
-103 gallon fuel tank coal tar epoxy coated new epa standards
-White rub rail with stainless insert
-Custom upholstery
-6 rod holder/cup holder stainless steel
-6 gemlux pull up cleats with backing plates
-Forward fish box with molded hatch
-Hydraulic steering- Uflex
-2 batteries w/ battery switch ***
-750 gph bilge
-800 gph livewell pump
-Bronze sea cock with strainer and shut off
-Water seperator fuel in line
-Navigation lights
-12 volt accessory outlet
-Dual USB port
-Trim tabs
-Saltwater washdown
-Polished Aluminum T Top with fiberglass hard top/ spreader lights installed with electronics box
-Load Rite 5 star Aluminum Tandem axle with brakes

BOAT LOCATION: Tracy's Landing, MD (20779)
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Could you tell me what the transom dead rise is on these boats? She is a beauty
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Really like these boats. Nice deal!

More pictures.

Is the console large enough for someone to walk in and use a porta potty?
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Old 02-20-2018, 06:40 AM
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Originally Posted by jch53 View Post
Could you tell me what the transom dead rise is on these boats? She is a beauty
Entry is 60 degrees and goes down to 14 degrees at stern. Very good ride. We were in the Chesapeake Bay last week and had a blast. We are having a demo day on the 24 March 10th from 10-4 at Herrington Harbour North. Email us at cbaync@gmail.com to secure a time slot. Www.facebook.com/burasmarine
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Originally Posted by Fish'nFool View Post
Really like these boats. Nice deal!

More pictures.

Is the console large enough for someone to walk in and use a porta potty?
I will post some more pics but also go to www.facebook.com/ burasmarine. We have several pics up.

This one has no head but we are finishing up another console right now to allow one. You would lose the seating area in front of the helm. Same price.
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do u have a 24 at Herrington harbor now or will it be brought up on the 10th?
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Old 02-21-2018, 05:18 PM
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Interested in seeing the 24 as well. I live a few miles from Herrington North.

Beam?
Weight?

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Old 02-21-2018, 09:11 PM
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do u have a 24 at Herrington harbor now or will it be brought up on the 10th?
We have it now. We took it out a few days ago. We had a blast.
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Originally Posted by NauticallyChallenged View Post
Interested in seeing the 24 as well. I live a few miles from Herrington North.

Beam?
Weight?
Beam is 8.6 and length is 28.4 with bracket and engine. Dry weight is 4500 pounds!! What day and time you want to stop by?
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Thanks. Sent you an email back.
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Have you rigged any of the 24's with a pair of 150's or up? Curious to see the numbers on those compared to the single... Thanks
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Does that 69,900 price include motor or just hull and trailer?
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Old 03-16-2018, 08:27 PM
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includes Boat motor and 250 Suzuki!

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Do SeaOx still make a 25' and 26' model?
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Old 03-22-2018, 04:50 PM
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does the price it include all the items listed in the details, and with a 250 hp suzuki?
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Do SeaOx still make a 25' and 26' model?
No. This is a reincarnation of Sea Ox...they currently make a 21 and 24.
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Originally Posted by jdc View Post
No. This is a reincarnation of Sea Ox...they currently make a 21 and 24.
That is a shame. I had a 25' that I kept for about 12 years. A good boat....
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how shallow will this boat run/float?
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you can float in around 13-14 inches
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