Sea Ray 19 SPX – Quimby's Cruising Guide

Sea Ray 19 SPX

I wouldn’t exactly call the new Sea Ray 19 SPX entry level, and neither would they, but this affordable bowrider is definitely aimed at getting active families on the water.

So, sure, it’s a great deal at under $30K. However, it’s also a product of one of the industry’s leading builders of quality boats and yachts, so the value is even greater. Take the boat’s size, for example. With a wide 8’4” beam, the cockpit has room for seven people on the convertible port lounge, transom bench and driver’s seat. Four more can sit up front.

Versatility is another big factor. The 19 SPX offers a choice of outboard or sterndrive power and is available with packages to support a variety of activities and lifestyles. The Comfort package carries all of the most popular options, while the AllSport (fish and ski) and Elevation (wakeboard) packages offer sporty alternatives. The Select model (pictured) includes premium finishes and special touches that raise the wow factor.

This runabout also boasts Sea Ray’s new extended warranty: five years, bow to stern, with a limited lifetime structural hull warranty. Because the 19 SPX isn’t designed simply to get you on the water, but keep you enjoying your decision for years to come.

Sea Ray 19 SPX

Length overall: 19’6”
Beam: 8’4”
Draft (drive up): 1’6”
Dry weight: 2,728 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 30 gals.
Base price: $26,995

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