Stingray 230 SX Sportboat
Ouch! This is one hot sportboat! The 230SX is Stingray's leanest and meanest, with take-me-serious power options guaranteed to satisfy any throttle jockey's quest for an adrenalin rush. Although well-mannered thanks to Stingray's proven z-plane hull, once you light the wick you'd better be pointed in the right direction. Proof that performance doesn't have to be at the expense of comfort, the 230SX has a cabin that rivals that of a small cruiser. Its plush interior features adjustable lighting and a screened deck hatch, plus a concealed galley and head that is a marvel of computer design and manufacturing. At first glance the cabin consists of a comfortable V-berth and facing seats. But lift the sectionalized berth and it reveals a portable toilet, freshwater sink and removable butane stove. It's amazing how a boat this hot can make its occupants look so cool. Sportboats just don't get any better than this. The 230SX. Feel the sting!

Stingray 220 SX Sportboat
Stingray's SX series is your ticket to the high performance highway. The 220SX has a sleek profile and nimble performance. Riding on Stingray's unique z-plane hull with its notched transom, this beauty literally glides over the water at full throttle and is capable of carving figure eights better than a chef does prime rib. The 220SX does more than deliver outstanding performance, however. Beneath its racy deck lies a cabin with all the comforts of home. Fact is, it can qualify for second-home tax benefits. Standards include a porta-potti, sink, butane stove and twin cabin seats that convert into V-berth extensions in seconds. The cockpit is equally nice with adjustable bucket seats equipped with handy flip-up cushions, a contoured aft bench and sunpad, built-in ice chest and high power CD player. An ergonomic dash houses a compass and a full array of gauges-the favorite of which will undoubtedly be the speedo. Go baby, go!


Stingray Cuddy/Cruiser 250 CR
Stingray's stable of cuddies increased by one - a big one! The 250CR exemplifies the next generation of proven performance hulls from Stingray with a "sizzling" new look — a look that has it reaching "warp" speed until you realize it is still sitting on the trailer. A simple walk around the boat reveals numerous features. The first to capture your eye will be the integrated extended swim platform. Extended may not be the right word for this spacious platform with its hide-a-way, 3-step boarding ladder. This expansive platform offers ample room for clamping on your favorite water toys or just relaxing with your "toes in the water." And, it still incorporates Stingray's elevated swim platform storage center for ski-ropes, fenders, or dock lines — all within easy reach. Enter the cabin and you immediately realize that styling did not end on the outside. The cabin features built-in storage cabinets, a pump-out head and a spacious v-berth for overnight occasions. And don't forget the wrap-a-round seating in the cockpit also converts to an oversized sunpad. A family of four will find that they can easily overnight with room to spare for the family dog! With a built-in refreshment center, freshwater sink, storage throughout, a built-in cooler (and a 25-quart removable cooler), transom shower and more, this boat is one for the design books.

Sunseeker Portofino 35
Although the smallest craft in the Sunseeker fleet, the Portofino 35 harks back to powerboating’s early origins. And yet this stylish boat is essentially a thoroughly modern motoryacht. This is amply evidenced by her speed, agility and ease of handling on the water, with interiors that make her ideal for fun nights away from home.


Toper Topaz Tres
The Topaz TRES uses the same rig as the DUO with the addition of a potent gennaker system. In the three sail set-up with a modern, highly advanced rig, fully battened mainsail, retracting pole and single-line hoist and drop gennaker system, the Topaz is every inch a top racing boat. Gennaker sailing is a real buzz. It is easy to underestimate the sheer exhilaration of sailing the Topaz TRES. When you are out on the trapeze, gennaker launched and fully powered up, few sailing experiences will come close. The Topaz TRES is the perfect introduction to asymmetric sailing. Power and control The powerful battened main and ample gennaker provides bags of excitement and performance without spoiling the concept of user friendliness by going over the top. Sail and rig positions are perfectly positioned and easy to adjust. The large and uncluttered self-draining cockpit provide a spacious and stable platform for helm and crew. In high winds the mainsail reefing system is a welcome feature and theoption of a furling jib means that the TRES can be transformed into a singlehander in minutes. A quick pull on the single-line gennaker system launch and the TRES takes off with blistering acceleration. Yet the loads on the gennaker can easily be managed by young sailors even in a big breeze. Even though the TRES may well be seen as the perfect introduction to high performance sailing it has many years of progression built-in. For mostcrews there may well never be a need to move on.

Toper Topaz Duo
The Topaz DUO offers sailors of all abilities the excitement of the new generation racing designs at unbeatable value for money. The DUO and TRES utilise a second mast position to provide the perfect rig balance for two handed sailing. This is a unique feature of the Topaz Sailing System. Slot in the aluminium deck beam, tapered single spreader mast, add the trapeze and powerful fully battened rig and you’re ready to go. Thoroughbred performance The Topaz Duo is large enough to offer thoroughbred performance, yet easily handled by lightweights and young sailors. The DUO will inspire confidence in those who are new to high performance sailing. The secret is the perfect combination of power and control - The Topaz DUO is the ultimate first trapeze sailboat. Hull design The Topaz hull is designed to be stiff and light making it ideal for a full-on modern two-sail rig. Additional built-in buoyancy and a higher freeboard than on competitors designs ensures that two people can enjoy perfect sailing without the boat taking on water over the transom or the bow nosediving. Rig The tapered mast is supported by an aluminium beam that slots into specially moulded recesses. The beam also provides a neat platform for control line and halyard cleats for the sophisticated rig. Big roach, fully battened main and high aspect ratio jib transform the TOPAZ into a two-person flyer with a pedigree performance feel - yet no loss of the outstanding stability and vice-free temperament of the una-rigged versions. Fast and forgiving The Topaz DUO provides exciting performance but can easily be handled by inexperienced crew. The responsiveness matches anything you’ll find on a top racing dinghy yet the DUO remains remarkably stable and forgiving.

Toper Topaz Uno Race X
The latest edition to the comprehensive stable of Topaz sailing system rigs. The Topaz Race X adds a new and exciting option for singlehanded or two crew sailing. The power source is a large but controllable fully battened 6.9m2 mylar main sail and a big race jib. But the icing on the cake for this little pocket rocket comes in the shape of a full-on 9.0m2 asymmetric gennaker. Gennaker sailing The gennaker system is supremely efficient and even young sailors can raise or lower the gennaker on a single line launch as smoothly as the professionals. You can always keep the powerful gennaker under wraps until you are ready to unleash the ultimate adrenalin rush. But once you’ve experienced the power and control the Race X provides with kite up you won’t want to miss out ever again. “Seriously fast” The recent Yachts and Yachting test concluded that the Race X will deliver “seriously fast sailing for the club sailor right through to a professional sailor. The asymmetric system is simple, easy to use and easy to rig and takes the boat to yet another level only found in boats costing twice the retail price”. Thumbs up from Sunsail Market leading holiday company Sunsail have reported back that their Topaz Race X are constantly on the water and never on the beach at their centre in Colonna in the Caribbean. In fact they go on to say that this boat, more than any other, is being sailed by virtually every client that goes on their holidays proving the huge appeal yet accessibility of the new Race X rig. They are so impressed that they have ordered Topaz Race X to go in all their centres.

Sunseeker Portofino 53
Choose from either open or closed cockpits on this luxuriously fitted sports cruiser. Her impressive top speeds are complemented by a wide cruising range. She offers exceptional manoeuvrability with superb efficiency in performance and economy. On deck, there's plenty of room to relax, whilst her interior is comfortable, with a range of stylish semi-custom options.

Toper Topaz Uno Race
The Topaz UNO RACE has been designed for the more adventurous singlehanded sailor who demands that extra bit of performance. She is everything you want from a hiking singlehander. The UNO RACE is sensationally fast and are in total control. Painstaking development mean that the UNO RACE is powerful and responsive yet unbelievably easy to sail. Rigging remains simple, the only alterations to the UNO rig are a powerful sail and a high-tech extra-length rudder blade. The larger 6.9 square metre Mylar mainsail is fully battened and a fuller sail shape cranks up the speed whilst retaining controllability. The sleek epoxy racing rudder blade offers low drag and added control to enable you to enjoy all of that extra power. High specification It is as we progress up through the various Sailing System rig options that we begin to really appreciate some of the exceptionally high-tech fittings and features that come as standard on all Topaz. The neat 4:1 centre mainsheet system feeds through the top specification RONSTAN centre mainsheet jammer. This is fitted as standard on all Topaz and is the same fitting used on the Buzz and many other high-performance ‘new generation’ racing sailboat. The Topaz also comes complete with a shock absorbent hull plate as standard. Developed from the famously robust Topper dinghy, the hull plate system protects the hull and daggerboard should you run aground. The rudder system will also kick-up to protect the blade in the event of impact. The UNO Race is a superb performance singlehander and gives you the freedom to really indulge yourself.


Stingray Cuddy/Cruiser 240 CS
Do you hate for your day of boating to end? Then don't let it! The 240CS is your hotel afloat. Its luxurious cabin is designed to pamper you with plush overnight accommodations. There are two berths—one in the main cabin and another in the separate mid-cabin. The forward berth converts into a dinette to serve meals prepared at the galley, which consists of a stainless sink, icebox, alcohol stove and stylish cabinetry. You also have the luxury of an enclosed head with a handheld shower and sink. For natural light and ventilation there are four screened portholes, a mid-cabin window and a large deck hatch. In the cockpit you're greeted with a wide back-to-back recliner at the helm, an aft-facing lounge to port, and a wide bench aft—all of which can be enclosed with an optional camper canvas package. Whoever said 'all good things have to come to an end,' obviously didn't own a Stingray 240CS.

Toper Topaz Uno Plus
The UNO PLUS and UNO RACE PLUS give an extra dimension to the simple UNO rig. The upgrades require a minimal tweak to the rigging of the standard UNO but add a greater sailing variety that only the ultra-versatile Topaz Sailing System truly delivers. Easy upgrade You can upgrade your UNO or UNO RACE to a PLUS in minutes - simply add the jib and you have the best value two person sailboat on the market. The addition of the jib is a real winner for young families and it has proved to be our best seller. Made for two The huge curvaceous self-draining cockpit is deep and safe providing more space than any other boat. There is comfortable room for two - an onboard instructor or you and a friend. The additional buoyancy required by the Sailing System and a higher freeboard than on competitors designs ensures that two people can enjoy perfect sailing without the boat taking on water over the transom or the bow nosediving.

Toper Topaz Uno
The Topaz Sailing System project has been a monumental success story. Designed by sailing legends Ian Howlett and Rob White, builders White Formula and Topper International; the team’s pursuit of excellence in design and construction has ensured that the Topaz attracts sailors of all ages and abilities. Describing the Topaz as a Sailing System means quite simply that the boat can be set up to satisfy the requirements of the sailor or sailors on the day. The Topaz Sailing System is a truly wide appeal, value for money sailboat that anyone can master quickly yet which offers many stages of advancement. The Topaz delivers versatility without a hint of compromise. She offers a variety of sailing options, ranging from a simple yet thoroughbred singlehander to a pedigree ‘new generation’ gennaker sailboat. With graduated steps in between, the choice is yours. The Topaz Sailing System provides fast track sailing from beginners basics through to complex techniques - a System that matches the requirements of modern families and forward thinking sailing schools and holiday companies. Quite simply, the Topaz is a landmark design offering the perfect combination of simplicity and thrills to a new generation of sailors.

Stingray Cuddy/Cruiser 230 SX
Ouch! This is one hot sportboat! The 230SX is Stingray's leanest and meanest, with take-me-serious power options guaranteed to satisfy any throttle jockey's quest for an adrenalin rush. Although well-mannered thanks to Stingray's proven z-plane hull, once you light the wick you'd better be pointed in the right direction. Proof that performance doesn't have to be at the expense of comfort, the 230SX has a cabin that rivals that of a small cruiser. Its plush interior features adjustable lighting and a screened deck hatch, plus a concealed galley and head that is a marvel of computer design and manufacturing. At first glance the cabin consists of a comfortable V-berth and facing seats. But lift the sectionalized berth and it reveals a portable toilet, freshwater sink and removable butane stove. It's amazing how a boat this hot can make its occupants look so cool. Sportboats just don't get any better than this. The 230SX. Feel the sting!

Stingray Cuddy/Cruiser 220 SX
Stingray's SX series is your ticket to the high performance highway. The 220SX has a sleek profile and nimble performance. Riding on Stingray's unique z-plane hull with its notched transom, this beauty literally glides over the water at full throttle and is capable of carving figure eights better than a chef does prime rib. The 220SX does more than deliver outstanding performance, however. Beneath its racy deck lies a cabin with all the comforts of home. Fact is, it can qualify for second-home tax benefits. Standards include a porta-potti, sink, butane stove and twin cabin seats that convert into V-berth extensions in seconds. The cockpit is equally nice with adjustable bucket seats equipped with handy flip-up cushions, a contoured aft bench and sunpad, built-in ice chest and high power CD player. An ergonomic dash houses a compass and a full array of gauges-the favorite of which will undoubtedly be the speedo. Go baby, go!


Topper
One of the key advantages that the Topper holds over any pretenders lies in the remarkable sophistication of the manufacturing process. The Topper hull is INJECTION MOULDED with incredible precision, reaching a level of uniformity quite outside the scope of any other production system - whether hand built or mass produced in GRP or rota moulded plastic. The material is polypropylene, which has proved to combine strength and flexibility with lightness and virtually everlasting life. Because of this proven reputation, resale values are extremely high.


Stingray Cuddy/Cruiser 220 CS
We'll let you decide. Regardless, the 220CS has what it takes to provide a great day on the water, followed by a restful night. The cabin has a plush V-berth and dual seats that can be transformed to make the berth even larger. Twin screened portholes complement the large overhead hatch to provide natural light and ventilation, while the bi-fold doors with their smoked Lexan inserts provide outstanding access. Cleverly concealed, yet readily accessible, are a molded-in sink, butane stove and portable toilet. This added equipment can qualify the 220CS for second home tax status. The 220CS's large integrated swim platform, with its three-step stainless steel ladder and convenient grab handles, makes it easy to participate in a variety of watersports. The boat's extra deep interior protects its occupants from wind and spray and provides plenty of room for passengers to move about freely.

SeaDoo GTI 4-TEC
When it comes to recreation, there's no contest. We figure, the best way to get you on the water is to design a PWC with technology, ergonomics and convenience you feel great about. At a price you still feel good about. So we totally redesigned our GTI 4-TEC recreation models. And it goes well beyond the brand new, 130 HP four-stroke Rotax engine. With 20 more horses than its closest rival for an extra jolt of top speed, acceleration, and handling that could only come from Sea�Doo watercraft. And a quiet efficiency that makes other models seem downright obnoxious. Put simply, the design, technology, comfort and convenience packed into this watercraft is unrivaled by anything in its class. Kind of makes you want to redefine a little thing called value, doesn't it?

SeaDoo GTI 4-TEC PRO
When it comes to recreation, there's no contest. We figure, the best way to get you on the water is to design a PWC with technology, ergonomics and convenience you feel great about. At a price you still feel good about. So we totally redesigned our GTI 4-TEC recreation models. And it goes well beyond the brand new, 130 HP four-stroke Rotax engine. With 20 more horses than its closest rival for an extra jolt of top speed, acceleration, and handling that could only come from Sea.Doo watercraft. And a quiet efficiency that makes other models seem downright obnoxious. Put simply, the design, technology, comfort and convenience packed into this watercraft is unrivaled by anything in its class. Kind of makes you want to redefine a little thing called value, doesn't it?



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