The first thing you notice on the SCX 230 OB is its twin-tier swim platform. One level is a standard integrated platform that works well for sterndrive applications but usually gets cleaved on outboard installs, seriously reducing its available passenger real estate. That’s not a problem here, because there’s a second, optional swim platform that sits very low to the water and curves up at the rear to provide a motor mount for a Yamaha F200. A closer look reveals it’s actually an Armstrong bracket, but instead of the one Starcraft has used in the past that’s just wide enough to mount the engine on, this one is nearly as wide as the upper platform. Not only does the arrangement provide easier access to the water, but it adds more passenger acreage when the engine is turned off. Now, passengers can sit on the stern on the rear-facing couch and on the regular platform with their feet on the bracket, or they can get down lower and chill with their legs in the water. In other words, there’s a place for the whole gang on the back porch
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
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LOA: 22 ft 0 in
Beam: 8 ft 6 in
Dry Weight: 3550 lbs
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