Monterey 256 SportCruiser

 


Specifications

YEAR 1995 BEAM 8'4"
MAKE Monterey ENGINE MODEL Volvo Penta 5.8l/Duo-prop Penta outdrive
MODEL 256 SportCruiser HORSE POWER 5.81
PRICE $26.500 ENGINE HOURS 1058
LOCATION -- FUEL Gas
PHONE H 619-795-1500
CRUISING SPEED --
LENGTH 24'11" MAX SPEED --
Range 150 Mi FUEL (GALLONS) 86 Gal


  
 




Description

Features:

Description:
Builder: Monterey Boats Model: 256 SportCruiser Year: 1995
(1st purchased 1996) Length: 24' 11" Beam: 8' 4"
Power: Volvo Penta 5.8l/Duo-prop Penta outdrive
Hours:1058
Fuel: 86 gallons in main and aux tanks
Estimated range: 150 miles
Bennett trim tabs
Asking Price: $26,500

Tandem axle galvanized trailer with side guides included.
(trailer pulls great but needs brake work…if I were to keep this boat I
would switch the drum brakes to disk brakes if planning long hauls.)
My 1988 F350 7.3 natural diesel pulls the almost 8,000 pound (full) load
and stops it with no problems.

Accomodations: This boat sleeps 4 adults comfortably and is even more
comfortable for a family of 4 with two children. Front dinette converts
to a HUGE v-berth that has room enough for 3 and a surprisingly roomy
aft cabin sleeps 2 more adults.

Below deck equipment: walk down two steps to the FULL
head on starboard.

Head includes manual pump w/20 gallon holding tank w/macerator. Pump-out and
overboard discharge.

Sink has HOT/COLD pressurized water with inside shower connection.
Sump pump for shower draining.

To the port side, Galley contains a 1 burner alcohol/AC stove top,
Norcold AC/12V refer(keeps 'em ice cold even to the 425 and back!!),
AC powered microwave, H/C freshwater sink. (Freshwater holding tank is
estimated @20 gallons). Water is heated through a 5 gallon AC/heat
exchanger heater located in engine room.

Galley includes storage over and below sink with a cabinet to the left and
cabinet also houses AC/DC electrical panels. Galley area has 6'3"
headroom!!

To the Aft is full sized berth for two and access to AC/DC inverter.*

Forwards is dinette with seating for 4-5 adults that converts to large
v-berth. Large storage area located under port/starboard seating areas.
There is also a small hanging closet area to the starboard as looking
to the bow.

All the way forward is access door to anchor locker.

Electronics: Foruno color video fishfinder, Raytheon 16nm radar,
Garmin GPS/plotter with v-chips, VHF radio, Windlass,
battery charger


Fishing equipment: 2" diameter aluminum radar arch w/ 10 rocket launchers,
Outriggers, and 2 bright spreader/cockpit lights. 4 gunwale troll holders,
bait tank, fresh and saltwater wash downs…cockpit also has HOT/COLD
freshwater shower located in transom.

Cockpit fishes 3 VERY comfortably but I've had 4 working HOT albacore
bites as a team flawlessly!!

Transom door with retractable step for swimmers and divers!!
Swimstep is built into hull design with retractable ladder.

Full eisenglass enclosure for a dry ride and comfort for the long runs to the Tuna!!

Bimini top also for cockpit area and misc canvas covers.

Engine room: Holding tanks are accessed through engine room with good
working access to motor, all accessory pumps, water heater, aux fuel tank,
fuel filter and fuel switches.

Bennett trim tabs/Anchor-chain-rode/two blue dock lines/2-fender holder
(bow rail mounted)

Owner's Sidenotes:
I purchased this boat from the original owner last year, fished
and played extensively this past summer. It is a proven fish catcher…
with Dorado, Yellowtail, Yellowfin, Calicos, and Halibuts all hitting the
deck this past summer. I came down from a 37 foot Egg Harbor and
decided this boat is just too small for my needs…now I need to go back up.

This boat will make the wife and kids happy AND impress your 3-4 fishing
buddies during the Tuna season. You can bloody the decks on Saturday,
and entertain your friends for a Sunday bay cruise (there is a retractable
couch in the transom) …or take the wife and kids to Catalina for the
weekend. Recreational scuba diving in local spots in comfort and warmth
can be done as well.

If this boat were 5 feet longer I wouldn't be selling it!!!

The boat has been meticulously maintained from the original owner with
many upgrades installed in the last three years.
Ask me to see the records!!

The starter and starter solenoid were replaced mid-summer '04 as well as
two new batteries being installed.

Inverter needs to be replaced (or fixed) it blew out and I don't know if it is a fuse
or internal. Wiring is in place, however.


Contact Rich rdelprincipe@sandi.net
619-931-9862