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Searay Weekender 260 Cruiser and Trailer - $12,500 (New Bern)

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6009 Tartan Court

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boat type: powerboat
propulsion type: power
condition: excellent
length overall (LOA): 26
make / manufacturer: Searay
model name / number: Weekender 260
year manufactured: 1980
Famous Searay Cruiser, enclosed forward, with open aft deck. 26 ft hull, 8 foot beam.
Single closed-cooling engine Mercruiser I/O 5.7 liter V8 250 HP, replaced about 1995 - runs well.
Deep-V planing hull good on inland waters and ocean-capable.
Properly sized dual-axle Loadstar trailer - cost new - about $4,000 - included.
Enclosed forward cabin with cushioned side bench seats, converts to a V-berth that comfortably sleeps two.
The cabin continues to a galley to port with counter space, cabinets, sink with running water, small 12/120v fridge, and dockside 120v outlets.
Opposite the galley, to starboard, is an enclosed restroom with electric flush, home-style toilet (to a separate holding tank), a small sink with running water.
Teak-look, no-maintenance panels throughout the interior, enhanced by real teak molding.
External teak railings and trim on the open cockpit and foredeck trim are modern-varnished and require little care.
A teak full-width swim platform on the transom is treated with teak-oil for appearance, limited maintenance, and safety.
The aft half of the boat is open with a canvas top over the forward half of that space.
Two elevated, rotating, pedestal captain's chairs, under the canvas, for joint cruising.
An anchor windlass on the bow - controlled from the captain's seat. No need to go forward.
The large cockpit section extends (on a level deck) from the captains' chairs to the transom.
A centered engine box at the transom, with removable cushion, provides seating for 4-6 guests.
A removable canvas encloses the open cockpit when not in use.
Boat has been prepared for the season and is ready for immediate use.

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