This is a sleek and fast runabout with all the feel and look of a bigger ship. There clearly was many passenger area and space for storage packed into a small frame. From bow to stern there clearly was exactly what you want for a fun trip, along with forms of entertainment yourself and pals.
The Sunquest comes with a fiberglass hull and a 115 hp 23 gallon outboard solitary motor that’s quickly and reliable. Standard features feature: marine quality 316 metal, tilt sport controls, twin adjustable swivel bucket-seats, and Clarion stereo.
Many standard features for Doral 170 Sunquest.
* aquatic quality 316 stainless for extra durability and strength
* Tilt sport controls, for smooth steering at speed
* Twin adjustable swivel bucket-seats, suitable for fishing, photography, sightseeing
* Extensive space for storage
* Clarion stereo
* motor maximum HP: 115 hp. In The Event That You exchange this you need to validate – for insurance coverage reasons – the maximum horsepower for your ship
* Model 170 Sunquest
* Colors White/Black/Custom
* Length (feet) 16
* Length (inches) 10
* Length (yards) 5.13
* Length (LOA) 16 ft. 10 in. (5.13 m)
* Beam 6 ft. 10 in. (2.08 m) * Deadrise 19°
* Weight 1,300 pounds. (590 kg)
* Hull kind Modified Vee, formed with 316 metal gunwale molding and 316 metal marine equipment
* Deck Formed with 316 stainless gunwale molding and 316 metal marine equipment
* Hull Material Fiberglass
* Windshield The windshield is formed from curved walk-through protection glass
Engine and Drive Chain
* gas kind Gas
* Fuel Capacity 23 girl. (87 l)
* Drive Kind Outboard
Extras Features feature flotation foam, integrated non skid swimming system hand, lay-up construction and metal swimming ladder.
The cockpit has marine stainless grab manages with bow chair storage space, part panel storage space, vented rubber-lined flooring storage space, plus there is the full aft lounge chair and lots of tiny extra details for instance the designed glove area, drink holders and plush marine quality heap flooring.
Supply by Richard P. Ostler