Seaway 24

Discussion in '"Pocket" Downeast Boats (14-24ft)' started by Seaway24, Sep 25, 2018.

  1. Seaway24

    Seaway24 New Member

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    Have a 24' seaway CC setup with a 135 Honda . Absolutely love this hull & power combination.

    Nice clean uncluttered low maintenance layout. Very stable & nice running boat. Unbelievably fuel efficient. Fuel burn averages between (3-4) gph.

    Boat is setup with a T-top, console with porta potti, & coffin box up in the bow. Cruise the boat at 4200 rpm +/- at about 22 kt +/-. Top speed is in the low 30 kt area.

    Cant speak highly enough of this hull setup with the 135 honda. Have run this boat 30 miles offshore

    I look forward to connecting with other seaway owners on this forum to compare notes with.

    The wealth of knowledge willingly shared on this site has really helped me out a lot. Hopefully I can contribute & help others in the future.

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  2. EZ1

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    Good looking boat.
     
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  3. Red1beard

    Red1beard Senior Member

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    24 ft seaway
    I have a 24 hardtop sport. Same hill but with a cabin. Have a 130 exec hanging on the stern.
     
  4. Spence

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    Great looking boat. What do you and other 24 owners have for scuppers? I have the standard 1" ping pong ball type . They have never leaked but drain slow and tend to clog during wash down. I have considered adding a second pair and installing screens. Your thoughts?
     
  5. Red1beard

    Red1beard Senior Member

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    I have the standard ping pong ball. They do clog with leaves and debris. Never to the point no water drains. There are trees and high brush next to the dock. But they keep your feet dry when standing in the stern.
     
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  6. Larry7777

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    Nice clean boat!
     
  7. VIGILANT

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    beautiful
     
  8. Sagamore Creek

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    Great boat. Nice layout.
    I have the 24 Coastal. The scuppers are rectangular with a flap. Much larger than the ping-pong style. Deck drains really fast and nothing seems to clog. You can see the scupper in this shot to give a sense of the size.
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  9. Spence

    Spence Senior Member

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    Nice! those have several times the capacity of the ping pong style. That is an upgrade I will consider
     
  10. Shark49

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    Sagamore,
    How far above the water do those scuppers sit while the boat is at rest?
     

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