2002 Sea-Doo/BRP Challenger 1800 (240EFi) - NORTH YORK in Paradise, Newfoundland

Price: $16,000
Date/Time:23 Aug, 11:53 a.m. EST
Type: Yachts
Province: Newfoundland  City: Paradise  Boat type: Yachts
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Price: $ 16,000* ( or best offer )
Seller: Konner B.
e-mail: konnerslife@hotmail.com
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New Condition, save on new boat prices, freight, PDI & taxes.
(the challenger xxxx was selling new on trailer for $45,000-$48,000 depending on availability and dealer prices and options)
This boat has been cared by the same owner and due to owner has two vessels and traveled out of the country during the summer season this second boat was used for 1 short season and then properly maintained and stored since original purchase. it was only used in fresh water, never left in lake and removed same day. It looks new and has no sun fading. The under hull is new looking and in great shape. Properly maintained, winterized and stored.
Sea-Doo BRP Challenger xxxx 240hp Jet Boat from Bombardier, the world's biggest manufacturer of recreational watercraft?.quality you can trust on the water..!!!
This eye-watering acceleration, head turning high performance sport boat styles an elegant but hot look with its metallic gray upholstery on white hall with sleek black strips and logos.
This18ft thrill seeker is the perfect sport toy on the lake and the overall length of the hall and trailer makes it easy to control on the water, during launching, transporting and storing until the next adventure. It?s perfect for the cottage or travelling to new locations.
17-foot 11-inch overall length, seven and a half foot beam and a solid weight of 1,865 lbs. helps provide that stability, even when ripping through rough waters. With seven seats, the Sea-Doo Challenger xxxx is one of the biggest and fastest jet boats on the water today. The xxxx is a fun, versatile, and easy to use jetboat that everyone in the family will enjoy. With a Murcury 240HP EFI engine, the challenger xxxx is quick out of the water, has fast top speed and turns on a dime like a (PWC/jetski),, incredible G-forces that tug you out of your seat. Tons of power & speed for any water traveling or thrill seekers whating to do some tubing, wakeboarding and sking. Skiers will feel that little bit more comfortable knowing that there is no external propeller.
Comes with the following: the Challenger xxxx has some truly smart engineering.
- Custom-Matched trailor
- Added after market installed Sport perfomance Bennett M120 electronic trim tabs to keep
stable at high speeds and choppy water
- binni sun top
- binni full hull enclosure kit (5 items)
- new deep cicle battery
- Swim Platform (with retactable ladder)
- sundeck pad
- Padded/Bolstered Seating
- adjustable side mirror
- removable drives ski mirror
- long in-sole locker
- Abundant Dry & secure Storage
( floor ski compartment / Consoles Storage / sundeck trunk / Glove Compartment / front helm seat anchor storage)
- Built-in Cooler
- Windscreens w/Pop-Up Wind Deflector
- AM/FM Stereo with CD Player
- Driver and passeger seats turn 180 degrees
- Cockpit Courtesy Lights
- pop-up Ski Pylon
- Non-Skid Decking
- Non-Slip Grab Handles
- Control Steering System
- Horn (Flush Mount)
- Navigational Lights
- Hull night Lights
- Cockpit Courtesy Lights
- Auto Bilge Pump/Switch
- Blower
- Foam Flotation
- 12 Volt Jack
- 6 drink holders
- Operator?s Guide
- Instructional Video and Safety Booklet
- Full Instrumentation
- 6 Stainless Steel Cleats
Material: GRP
Overall length 17'11" / 5.46m
Beam 7'6" / 2.29m
Draft 12" / 30.5cm
Deadrise 20°
Weight (dry) 1,865 lbs. / 846Kg
Passenger capacity 7 person
Load limit 1,245 lbs. / 565Kg
Water capacity N/A
Fuel capacity 40 US gal. / 151L
Oil Capacity 3 US gal. / 11.4L
Engine Mercury M² Jet Drive
Type/Displacement V6 / 2.5L
Horsepower 240 hp EFI
Fuel System 240 hp EFI Multi-port injection
Lubrication Variable ratio oil injection, gear-driven
Exhaust Power tuned dual-muffler, through-transom
Engine Protection Systems Engine overheat, Low oil level, Over-rev protection, Low battery
Operating Range 240 hp EFI, xxxx-xxxx rpm
Corrosion Protection XK360 aluminum, multi-step painting, sacrificial anodes
Drive Unit:
Jet pump type Mixed flow, high volume
Directional Gate High-thrust, twin aperture, F/N/RR
Impeller 7.25" diameter, 4-blade variable pitch stainless steel
Trim System Manual adjustable trim plate
Intake Grate "Hydro-Surge" weedless
Electrical Starter Electric
Charging System 240 hp EFI = 40 amp
Battery 12 volt
Test Report:
Cruising quickly becomes a social event in this responsive, fully-equipped seven seater. The full-V, multi-chine hull cuts through the water with perfect precision, giving you a smoother, more comfortable ride.
Sea-Doo?s sport boat line redefines the way jetboats are positioned. The Challenger, Sportster and Speedster are true sport boats in their own right, sized for family pleasure boating and responsible operation. The Challenger xxxx isn?t a brand new model, but the complete package is. Through the partnership of Bombardier and Mercury Marine, performance-oriented sport boat owners now enjoy Mercury?s M2 Jet Drive engines, available in 210-hp or 240-hp EFI models.
Our test boat was fitted with the latter, a 2.5-L V-6 electronic fuel injected two-stroke engine that turns a four- blade variable-pitch stainless steel impeller up to 6,250 rpm. With variable-rate oil injection fed from an 11.4-L reservoir and Mercury?s own dual, through-hull mufflers, performance is sure.
The Challenger can carry a decent load up to 1,245 lb. or seven people. While the hull incorporates 20 degrees of deadrise to handle larger waves, the multi-chined bottom is designed to be nimble, to dance a bit and spin if so desired.
Knowing that the larger 20-foot Challenger xxxx runs over 50 mph, I sensed the xxxx would gain another five mph or so. My guess was close. The boat topped out at 56.5 mph with two people aboard.
Weight distribution is critical to performance, especially in lighter boats. With a 200-lb. person sitting in the co-pilot?s seat, the xxxx ran a full four mph slower than when he sat in the back. Get that centre of gravity right and speed comes naturally. Throttling down, the hull sprints out of the blocks in 2.5 seconds and lays down flat at 20 mph. It hits 30 mph in 2.63 seconds, 40 mph in 5.63 and 50 in 8.40. Few outboard-powered 18-footers can claim numbers like that. Even flat-out at 6,000 rpm, the boat is relatively quiet, indicating 93 dbA on the sound meter. If you didn?t know better, you wouldn't think it was jet-powered.
Lumpy water the day of our test let me challenge its handling in different conditions. The boat is a blast to drive. It reacts quickly, and turning can be performed at any speed. (Naturally you must take care when turning into big waves.)
Style matches performance. Wraparound bow too cushions envelope you, grab rails are plentiful and armrests are appropriately placed. That said, a clearly visible warning sticker reminds you not to let passengers sit forward above idle speeds.
The driver?s dash is space-age attractive and ergonomically functional. There?s a built-in cooler, lockable glove compartment with stereo and 12-volt plug. Cockpit seating includes two firmly padded buckets, while moving aft we found three seats separated by bolster-style partitions. There?s a generously proportioned sun-pad over the engine hatch with a deep padded lip to keep you from slipping off. Watersports enthusiasts will appreciate the retractable ski pylon.
Around the dock, a control steering system automatically provides thrust at low speed. Advanced safety features include a driver?s-side mirror and a control mechanism that won?t let you shift unless engine rpm is at dead idle. As well, you can?t push the throttle forward when the shift lever is in neutral.
The Challenger xxxx is a thrill to drive, a thrill to ride and a boat to consider if you are in the market for any new 18-foot sport boat.
The Challenger xxxx awarded the Gold in Industrial Design Excellence by the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA).
(( NOTE: the above test report of the Challenger xxxx was performed as a factory (stock) unit.
With the after market installed sport perfomance Bennett M120 electronic trim tabs will result quicker starts,
speed times, centre of gravity, weight distribution, performance, steering, maximum top speed & fuel consumption ))
*$ 16,000 with all stated (included). Optional accessories are available and sold separately.