2018 Seaway 24 Hardtop Sport Asking $ 70.980

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  1. mcshaneyachtsales

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    2018 Seaway Hardtop Sport. White on white hull and topside.
    Powered by Mercury 150 HP 4 stroke.
    Side and Aft Toast Colored Curtains
    Porta Pottie with dockside Pumpout.
    Rod Holders
    Row Roller
    Opening Window
    1/2 Swim Step w/Ladder
    Raw Water Washdown
    Hydraulic Steering
    Wiring for Dual Batteries
     
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    24 hardtop-07.JPG 24 hardtop-06.JPG 24 hardtop-05.JPG 24 hardtop-04.JPG 24 hardtop-03.JPG 24 hardtop-02.JPG 24 hardtop-01.JPG
     
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    cool boat. How much fuel does she hold and what type of cruise you get out of her. Like the ability to trailer.
     
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    64 gallon fuel tank
    4000 RPM 30 mph, 251 mile range
     
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    4 miles/gal of fuel. Is that possible? I’ve been out of the outboard market now for a while. It that realistic?
     
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    I get around 4mpg with my Seaway(24 HT Sport 115 yamaha) but not at 30mph more like 15 -20/ FWIW I can get 6-7mpg at 6-7mph
     
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    There are performance reports on the Seaway and Eastern Websites. Feel free to look there! Or buy the boat and let us know!
     
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    If you don’t want to answer questions, post it somewhere else. I see you just joined the forum 2 weeks ago. This is a great question and answer place.
     
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    I thought I had answered the questions? I was asked fuel capacity and cruise numbers, which I answered. The validity of my answer was questioned, so I responded that the numbers were correct. I then offered the source of those numbers, which I will try to post here. If its not answering a question, well what is?
     
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    Fuel Burn Performance numbers. This is from the catalogue, not the website.
     

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    It's also Yam not the advertised Merc. This is a great boat, please don't damage the brand by over hyping. Driving this boat at 38 mph is a squirrelly ride at best. Find me an owner that is happy past 25 mph.
     
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    Its the information that Seaway provides. Just trying to answer questions as they are asked. If anyone has some other information please post.
     
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    The boat has a top speed, which is shown in the chart. Nobody is suggesting you run it at that top speed. What's the problem with quoting the manufacturer's published information?
     
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    That's the information we have. If anyone has any questions or wants to see the boat feel free to call us. It is located at our S. Yarmouth , MA location right now.
     
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    Here is some data I accumulated on my boat with the 115 Yamaha. I used the Yamaha fuel burn data from their website to develop the table. The pics of the tach and GPS were from a calm day with just me aboard.
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    Interesting. This is better than I am doing with the same rig. I've got the data connection fro the engine to the CP/FF (Lowrance). It shows a decline from 4 to 3 mpg between 20 and 30 mph. Are you using stock alum prop, hydrofoil? I've also installed fuel flow meter and will be interested to see what that showa
     
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    From what I have read about how you have outfitted your boat, I assume you may be a bit heavier than me. I estimate my boat (full of fuel) to be about 4,200 lb with no passengers. I have the stock Al prop, and no hydrofoil. I have burned 579 gals of fuel in 387 hours of operation -= average is 1.5 gal/hr. Pretty economical boat to operate.
     
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    Spence,

    given your experiences with this boat and set up, would you still buy this rig knowing what you now know with the same opportunity?
     
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    G-Dad,

    same question to you as Spence; are you happy and would make the same decision to buy your boat and set up?
     

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