Another impressive entry with the comfort to suit your boating lifestyle.

Stingray Boats has added the all-new 210C to its stable of models for 2007, joining the company's several existing, and highly popular, closed-deck runabouts ranging from 19 to 25 feet.

Perhaps one of the highlights for recreational boaters, which is becoming a popular trend in the Stingray family, are two optional seating configurations, available on models labeled 210CS and 210CX. While the 210CS features a driver's bucket seat, back-to-back fold-down passenger lounge, and jump seats aft, which convert to a sundeck, the 210CX boasts a full-width aft bench, padded sundeck (over the engine compartment) and dual buckets forward.

In addition to comfort, users will appreciate the extended swim platform with a three-step boarding ladder, and thru-bolted stainless steel grab handle. Access to the cockpit from the platform is provided by a transom walk-thru.

Drivers of the helm can also enjoy the ride, easily and conveniently, thanks to the fully-loaded helm. In Stingray's signature style, the helm sports an array of backlit gauges for easier viewing in bright daylight and at dusk, while accessory switches, a deluxe throttle and trim control, and power steering are other appointments. Just to port, at the companion console, is a locking glove box to stow sunglasses, keys, or other valuables. Both forward areas are also optimally protected from wind or water spray thanks to the sporty windshield. And for those hot days on the water, passengers can stay refreshed with a cool beverage thanks to the standard 46-quart cooler built into the cockpit sole.

Although both models have different configurations, each share many other highlights including a cuddy complete with a V-berth that ingeniously conceals moulded-in compartments that hide a freshwater sink, stove and even a Porta Potti. Simply remove the berth cushion when you need these amenities. The cabin also houses twin opening ports and a large overhead oval hatch for optimum cross ventilation and natural lighting. There's also a courtesy light.

Rounding out the 210 are several other thoughtful appointments including a forward anchor locker and low-profile stainless steel railings on the foredeck. This foredeck also has non-skid to ensure safety. Recessed navigation lights and popup cleats forward, amidships and aft provide an extra measure of safety as well as a streamlined profile.

Draft (drive down):31"/.78m
Avg Dry Weight (5.0L eng):2950 lbs/1338 kg
Fuel Capacity:35 gal/133 L
Maximum Horsepower:270 hp
Base Price:$32,502 (US)
   w/190hp 4.3L Volvo Penta (carb)

To add performance with good looks and comfort, the 210 rides on Stingray's tried and true Z-Plane hull, designed to provide users with the optimum performance, fuel efficiency and first-rate handling characteristics.

The 210C also comes equipped with a Convenience Package that adds an insulated ice storage box, electronic fuel management system, a stylish hull graphics package, a sport Bimini top, plus a Dino wheel at the helm.

Steve Fennell
Power Boating Magazine
Boat Test Annual 2007 issue
Volume 21, Number 6 - Dec 2006

Stingray 210CX


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