May 18, 2009

New Model: Sea Ray 22 Pachanga

Sea Ray 2009 lineup will mark the return of the yards history with the new 22 Pachanga first 100 units coming with a 50th Anniversary Limited Edition package that commemorates the company's five decades of business and includes special Ultraleather upholstery, red gel coat, and a numbered builder's plate. The original Pachanga was introduced in 1969 and represented a radical departure in style for the builder. Designed to satisfy a growing number of boaters who were more attracted to speed than to size and amenities, the 18-footer could exceed 50 mph and had a low profile, rakish windshield and prominent racing stripe. Pachanga means "lively party" in Spanish, was brought back in 1986 when the 22 feet Pachanga II was launched. It pioneered the 260hp MerCruiser stern drive. This latest version of the Pachanga, measuring 24 feet, honors the past but also incorporating advanced technologies that boaters expect from today's Sea Rays. The exterior is fast and flashy, with a sleek windshield, reverse sheer line and stainless-steel hardware. The limited edition red gel coat, Pachanga logo and patterned vinyl give it an eye-catching, vintage feel .But don't let its retro looks fool you. The new Pachanga is a modern hot rod from the keel up. It runs on a deep V-hull and six lifting strakes that allow it come out of the water quickly and provide fast, nimble maneuvering. Standard power is a MerCruiser 350 Magnum 300hp with MPI Bravo I stern drive. For extreme speed demons, three additional engine options range up to a scorching 496 Magnum HO Bravo III 425hp. Accommodation is a fairly large upholstered cuddy cabin featuring a deck hatch, Sony stereo, and a portable head available as optional.
Technical Data:
LOA - 7.32 m (24ft)
Beam - 2.56 m
Draft - 0.94 m
Weight - 2351 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 189 l
Max Persons - 7
Engines - 1 x Mercruiser 350 Magnum 300hp, 496 Magnum 425 hp
Propulsion - Stern drive Bravo I, Bravo III
Hull Shape - vee with 21 degrees dead rise

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