The freshwater use, kept under cover, 2003 Monterey 302 Cruiser equipped with twin Mercruiser 5.0MPI 260hp (395 hrs) and Bravo III outdrives, and the Kohler 5KW generator (87 hrs) is ready for cruising with a family or a couple. The Garmin GPS, Uniden VHF, Rule compass, Lowrance windlass, remote spotlight, AC/HT, Kenwood audio system, enclosure canvas, all make for confident handling at the dock and enjoyable cruising on open water.
The helm has a double helm seat with a companion lounge seat to port, aft is the wet-bar with cooler storage, and the two opposing bench seats in the cockpit including a convenient table.
From the helm you enter into the salon with a complete galley to port across from the salon bench seat, Vberth forward, private head compartment with Vacu-flush to starboard, and full beam mid-cabin aft with an opening port light.
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As handsome as it is rugged, the Monterey 302 Cruiser boasts high performance even in strong seas. Comfortable seating abounds in the cockpit, complimented by a full wet bar. The large double helm seat offers plenty of room for comfort to choose a course and oversee the full instrument panels. Beyond the transom door, the molded-in swim platform has a recessed, telescopic, stainless steel boarding ladder and an ample transom storage compartment. Move forward through the convenient walk-through windshield, and there's even a foredeck sunpad. Below, there's a V-berth forward, and the mid-cabin dinette conveniently converts to a sleeping berth. Passengers will appreciate the fully enclosed head with unique shower seat, sink, shower, and vanity storage. The handsome one-piece fiberglass galley is spacious and includes a built-in coffee maker, drawer storage, 12-volt lighting, stove, AC/DC refrigerator, and sink with faucet. The mid-cabin double berth has adjacent changing space concealed behind a privacy door.