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250CR -- Run for the Money from Trailer Boats (2005/09)
"Stingray burns up the waterways with a potent new 250CR cuddy that easily surpasses 50 mph—even with small-block power."

250CR -- Stingray 250CR from Lakeland Boating (2005/05)
"The boat maneuvers much like a runabout, carving tight turns on demand and jumping on plane quickly."

250CR -- High Style from Boating World (2005/04)
"At a cruising speed in the 30- to 40-mph range, the handling is excellent."

250CR -- Deep Pockets from Go Boating (2005/03)
"This boat would be ideal for a cruising couple looking for an extended adventure or for a family that wants a day boat loaded with conveniences and a cabin for the kids to nap."

250CR -- Boat Test - Stingray 250CR from Power Boating Canada (2005/01)
"The 250 was extremely quiet at cruising speeds and easily allowed converstations."

250CR -- Stingray 250CR from Boating Life (2005/01)
"Trimmed high, the boat reached its top speed while giving a soft ride capable of handling rougher lakes and bays."

Company

Company -- 35 Years of Stingray from Great Lakes Scuttlebutt (2015/03)
"STINGRAY uses the same materials as other builders, but they provide their customers a great value by building quality, craftsmanship, performance, and efficiency into every STINGRAY model."

Company -- STINGRAY Boats for the Great Lakes from Great Lakes Scuttlebutt (2014/05)
"Stingray has been a player in the Great Lakes area for years, but the brand is continuing to grow as more and more customers realize that Stingray gives them more boat for their dollars, without compromising on features, styling, and performance."

Company -- Under Control from Professional BoatBuilder (2009/12)
"...his web based computer network, developed to monitor every aspect of the company's operation, is arguably the most advanced system in American boat manufacturing."

Company -- Full Disclosure from Go Boating (2007/05)
"There's more to building boats than meets the eye."

Company -- Rags to Rigs from Boating Life (2005/05)
"This isn't just any 17-foot Stingray bowrider; it's the very first boat this Hartsville, S.C., builder made."

Company -- fast families from Boating Life (2003/08)
"Stingray's patented Z-plane hull creates a sort of "reverse chine" that provides lift without drag-inducing strakes on the hull's surface."

Company -- Building a Better Boat from Go Boating (2001/06)
"Changing technology for changing times."

Company -- Cruising the Net from Boating (2000/04)
"Stingray (www.stingrayboats.com) offers three simple steps to boating nirvana."

Company -- On The Cutting Edge from Boating World (1999/12)
Still proudly independent after 20 years, Stingray has compiled an impressive list of "firsts" through its history.

Company -- Troy Tempest for a day from Sportsboat Magazine (1998/11)
"...based in Hartsville, South Carolina, Stingray Powerboats boasts one of the most advanced boatbuilding operations in the business... "

Company -- Control Tweak from International Boating (1998/10)
"The Stingray reputation for excellent performance stems from good power-to-weight ratios and clever design."

Engines

Engines -- Big Power, Small Package from Boating Life (2009/03)
"We could see the skier benefit immediately. Set your throttle position, and the electronic throttle will manage the drag of sharply turning skiers without any manual adjustment."

Engines -- Propfest 4.3 from Trailer Boats (2006/03)
"Stingray's sportboats are built for speed and efficiency, and are relatively light (compared to some hulls) to eke out every bit of horsepower."

Engines -- Diesel Power from Great Lakes Angler (2003/02)
"I expected a rumbling, slow ride, but that boat got on plane in less than seven seconds and accelerated quickly to its top speed of 42 mph—not bad for a 120-hp motor."

Engines -- Stingray 200MS MerCruiser Diesel from Power Boating Canada (2001/08)
"The bottom line is this little diesel is fast and very economical on fuel!"

Engines -- Juice Squeezer from Trailer Boats (1999/02)
The MerCruiser 350 Mag MPI V-8 vs. the MerCruiser 7.4L MPI V-8

Engines -- Just What is a ZP Hull Anyway? from In The News (1994/06)
"Stingray has set out to revolutionize the boating industry and bring quality to a new peak."

Engines -- The V-8 Debate from Trailer Boats (1994/05)
"Our test pitted a MerCruiser 5.7 ... 350 ... and Volvo 5.7 against each other."

Other

Other -- River Rats Reunion from Go Boating (2002/06)
"Our small boat flotilla is proof that you don't need a big cruiser or cuddy to make this trip."

Technology

Technology -- The Hull Truth from Boating Life (2008/01)
"Stingray, which introduced its CAD-designed and patented hull in 1989, knows plenty about the pluses and minuses of the V-bottom boats with lifting strakes."

Technology -- The V-8 Debate from Trailer Boats (1995/05)
Topics : Engines

Technology -- Fast Forward from Hot Boat (1995/01)
Topics : Automation, Computer Aided Design

Technology -- Z Difference from Hot Boat (1994/06)
"They use the same MerCruiser packages everyone else does, and their boats are priced so reasonably that it often makes their competition wince."




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