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    Chaparral 204 SSi

    Moneta, Virginia, United States
    2004
    $17,236

    Among Best In Class award winner in 2004.   Smith Mountain Lake Virginia.   A great boat. Only 265 hours.  Fully serviced and maintained by a well respected local marine mechanic.   Annual oil change even if she only ran 20-30 hours that season, as part of full annual winterization.  No major mechanical work has been required. Will provide name and number of mechanic, and full permission to discuss boat.   Always stored out of the water in covered elevated marina or trailer.  A really solid boat, well built, reliable, with all the features you need.  All features are in working order, original stereo needs replacing.  From Boats.com Review:  https://www.boats.com/reviews/performance-report-chaparral-204ssi/ Every year we challenge our design team to produce yet another award-winning new boat and we think you'll agree they one upped themselves with the introduction of the new 2004 204SSI. Sporty styling, extensive storage and Extended V-Plane performance make the 204 SSI a rare find. Walk-thru transom access, an optional activity platform and a bow area that puts every inch of useable space to work are benefits that will certainly help keep Chaparral out front.  Performance:  Standard power for the 204 SSi is a 260-hp MerCruiser 5.0 MPI with a 1.62:1 Alpha drive. The propulsion package, which included a Mercury Quicksilver 14 3/4" x 21" three-blade aluminum propeller, is an excellent choice for a number of reasons. Workmanship: The solid-feeling 204 SSi was built with Hydropel resin, fiberglass mat, woven roving and NPG  gelcoat. For added strength and sound deadening, closed-cell foam was injected into the hull.  Equally exceptional was the boat's hardware, which included six Accon Pull-Up cleats and boarding ladders on the bow and on the stern. Particularly clever in design, the bow ladder folded above the anchor locker but below the lid that covered it. The bow ladder will surely come in handy when the boat is beached bow-in. The stern ladder folded into a recess in the extended add-on swim platform, which also featured two draining wet lockers. Interior:  Chaparral designed the 204 SSi with a sun pad that had a removable cushion over a walk-through on the starboard side. The provision enabled passengers to enter without stepping on upholstery and the builder also made the starboard cushion for the bench removable. Once everyone is aboard, cushions can be put back in place. Decidedly upscale, the cockpit included swiveling bucket seats with flip-up bottoms for the driver and co-pilot and welted Berber carpet covering the nonskid sole. A separate piece of Berber carpet snapped onto the lid for the immense in-sole locker, which was supported by a substantial gas strut. The boat's gunwales were richly padded, and its carpeted gunwale trays were deep and wide. Though simple in terms of amenities, the co-pilot's dash included a draining cooler and lockable glove box. The starboard helm, on the other hand, with its optional real mahogany steering wheel that tilted and privately labeled silver-face gauges in silver bezels, was posh. All accessory switches were on the right side of the wheel and the Mercury shifter/throttle unit was mounted on the gunwale. The bow walk-through was exceptionally wide for that of a 21-footer, with swim platform, and the bow area was completed with strong attention to comfort and detail. Like the main bottom cushion for the bench in the cockpit, the bottom cushions for the lounges opened on two-position hinges for stowage compartment access.  Under the removable forward cushion, which was not hinged, there was a small draining cooler.  Hull and Propulsion Information Deadrise at transom20 degreesCenterline21'4"Beam 8'4"Hull weight 3,400 poundsEngine MerCruiser 5.0 MPICylinder typeV-8Cubic-inch displacement/horsepower 305/260Lower-unit gear ratio 1.62:1Propeller Mercury Quicksilver 14 3/4" x 21" Accleration 3 seconds to14 mph5 seconds to 22 mph10 seconds to 38 mph15 seconds to 47 mph Midrange Acceleration 20-40 mph 6.5 seconds30-50 mph 9.4 seconds Top SpeedRadar 53.4 mph at 5000 rpm PlaningTime to plane5.3 secondsMinimum planing speed 19 mph Fuel capacity51 gallons

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