2013 Hurricane SunDeck 2400 I/O for sale in Gainesville, TX

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2013 HURRICANE SUNDECK 2400 I/O, For over 40 years, Hurricane Deck Boats has been taking the water by storm. The largest and oldest name in family-style deck boats, Hurricane strives to be a leader in building versatile and fun boats. The Sun Deck 2400 IO is a prime example of this.At 24 feet, 8 inches, the 2400 sits in the upper end of Hurricane?s Sun Deck series, which features sleek and sporty lines and a full wrap-around windshield with walk through.It?s a big boat combining the looks of a bowrider with the space and functionality of a deckboat. That being said, the cockpit is an open-style layout with a wet bar to starboard and a refreshment table. Both the bow and stern lounges on this boat are a thing of beauty, each with their own strengths.The bow is quite spacious with a non-skid platform and walk-through that will be great for beaching the boat. The stern has the Versa-Teak option, as well as a great rear-facing lounge and trunk-style storage.The entire boat is equipped with the Thunder and Lightning sound system upgrade that just pumps the tunes!The performance of the SunDeck 2400 is not without mentioning either. Equipped with a 300-hp MerCruiser MAG and Bravo Three drive, this roughly 4,700-pound boat gets to 20mph in less than five seconds and planes at 2000 rpm.It feels like a big boat in straight line running, but turn the wheel and the deep-V bottom digs in and the SunDeck 2400 carves like a much smaller boat. This makes it incredibly fun to drive. And, at wide open throttle, it flirts with the 50 mph mark.The trailer you see here is included as is a spare tire, bimini, folding wind-screen, dual bolstered bucket seats, power engine hatch, huge head with sink, and much, much more. Call or come by today!!
  • Year: 2013
  • Make: Hurricane
  • Model: SunDeck 2400 I/O

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