Spread out the legroom—and your time on the water—with one of these new cuddy cabins.
by Graham Garrison

It didn't take long for that space to fill up. It may have been a spot in the garage or the attic, or a spare room in your new house, but over time, after the accumulation of more things and the new additions to your family, that space has significantly shrunk. What once looked like a lot of room is now not enough. And it's often the same dilemma in boating. The small, sleek runabout that looks like so much fun may not have the same seating capacity you need to bring the entire family along. And these boats may not be able to deliver that overnight capability you've become increasingly interested in. The new cuddy cabins not only offer additional space but also possibilities from overnighting to simply longer days on the water.

LOA 21' 2"
BEAM 7'9"
WEIGHT 2,950 lbs.
FUEL 35 gal.
BASE PRICE $28,185
(CS model w/ 190-hp, 4.3L Volvo Penta Carb SX)
Maximum HP 270

Coolest feature The stern area is well designed for family play, with a large sunpad and extended swim platform with boarding ladder.
Families Will Love The molded-in compartments in the cabin that house creature comforts such as a freshwater sink, stove and portable head.
Top Amenities Radio/CD player, lockable glove box, oval hatch for cabin, courtesy light system in cabin, pop-up cleats, anchor storage, and walk-through windshield.
Best Reason to Buy The Stingray 210C comes in two different seating arrangements—the CS and CX—allowing you to tailor the cockpit seating to your needs instead of a one-design-fits-all mold.

The Stingray 210C was one of 6 models featured in this article.

Dave Kelley
February 2007


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