Boaters could always count on Stingray to be fast and light on the wallet. But today, a new Stingray emerges that puts its construction quality far up the scale without stomping down on the purse. The 210 LR is a great example of what's great about Stingray boats.

Fast and maneuverable, the 210 LR sports a new level of sophistication that comes from top-quality vinyl, stylish stitching, stainless-steel hardware and a fiberglass floor with snap-out carpet. Pull-up cleats are contoured, polished and placed perfectly for easy mooring. Stainless-steel bow rails are ideally positioned for a comfortable grip. Hinges and latches are stainless too, and the doors and hatches fit securely and fasten positively.

In the engine compartment, removable bulkheads add storage and keep the gear from sliding into the motor. When it's time for service, they hinge away, giving ample access to both sides of the engine, making repairs easy and saving the owner money.

We add points for other style options like the walk-through transom for convenient access from the swim platform. The platform itself is a point-maker. It's molded in, not bolted on. A trim switch for the outdrive makes trailering a

180RX Length 18' Beam 7'1"
This rig has the standout Stingray styling, and top performance comes from an economical 3.0-liter engine. A five year hull warranty and two-year engine warranty make it a great value.
breeze. An optional stereo remote is the ideal touch for hanging out on the "back deck," and makes it effortless to change tunes, crank up the volume or switch to the radio--without interrupting your swim.

Better performance, top-notch quality and comfort on the water are the distinguishing factors of the new Stingray, and we like what we see.

Boating Life Magazine
January 2007

VITAL STATS: LOA 21'2" Beam 7'9" Dry Weight 2860 lb Fuel Cap 35 gal Seating/Weight Cap 8/1700 lb


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