The early Sea Ray Pachangas are now becoming highly sought after in good condition thanks to their stunning looks, exhilarating performance and superb handling. Powered by a later Mercruiser 350 Magnum V8 engine (new 2017) covering just 20hrs since, fitted with a new Raymarine Dragonfly combined chart plotter/fishfinder, restored to beautiful condition in recent years and sitting on an excellent SBS galvanised trailer this must be the best available in the UK.
Viewing by appointment only through our Essex office on (01621) 785600
2 berths in 1 cabin with sitting headroom only. Cabin consisting of a V-berth forward with space for a chemical toilet beneath. Small seats and lockers to port and starboard. Red upholstery (new 2014) with carpet linings. Aft cockpit with helm and navigators bucket seats, large aft bench seat and sunpad, all professionally upholstered in high quality two tone marine vinyl.
Located beneath the sunpad, Mercruiser 350 Magnum V8 270hp petrol engine (new 2017 and run for 20hrs since). Single lever controls with electric start. Mercruiser outdrive leg with power trim and tilt (professional full rebuild 2014) fitted with a stainless steel propeller. Wheel steering. Full engine instrumentation comprising of rev counter, oil pressure, temperature, fuel and leg trim indicator gauges.
The engine and leg are in excellent condition as the boat has been lightly used, stored ashore and regularly maintained. A full engine and leg service were carried out in April 2019 along with bellows being replaced by local marine engineers.
12V Battery charged via engine alternator. Cabin lighting.
Sea Ray Pachanga 22 built by Sea Ray in 1989 to their own design. White GRP planing hull with moulded spray chines and superstructure with two tone red and maroon styling stripes (professionally resprayed 2014).
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.