1991 Grand Craft Luxury Sport 24
The classically styled Grand Craft 24 Luxury Sport offers comfort, nimble handling, and ample room for day boating with friends or family. The looks remain traditional but are enhanced by a full complement of modern amenities.
The wide beam translates into ample cockpit room; four couples can sit comfortably in the two forward seating areas. The plush bench seat across the stern welcomes additional guests with a variety in seating when sun bathing or stargazing.
- SidePower Bow Thruster
- Banjo-styled steering wheel
- Vented windscreen
- Chrome hardware
- Three quarter inch triple-planked mahogany hull
- Electric anchor winch
- Fusion bluetooth audio system
- MerCruiser SmartCraft Gauges
This stunning boat was repowered in 2012 and still has low engine hours. In fact, despite her classic looks she has quite a sting in her tail from the modern high performance MerCruiser Scorpion 377 (340hp) MPI tow sports inboard engine. Mercury are quoted as saying that this engine is 'Designed and built with one purpose: to deliver the most efficient pulling power with the right torque just when you need it - that's Scorpion.'
The Luxury Sport delivers confidence in the open water when handling rough conditions. Everyone will feel safe with the high freeboard; yet still enjoy the thrill of Pinewood's outstanding performance.
Season after season, the epoxy saturation system upholds the unique balance of near-forgotten craftsmanship and beauty with the added benefit of low maintenance. Grand-Craft underscores the discriminating boater's desire to spend time enjoying their boat, not maintaining it. From inland lakes to island hoping, the 24 Luxury Sport is oceans apart from today's mass produced boats.
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Call us today to arrange your viewing of this Grand Craft 24. She is available to show at Whitebay 6 Marine Park, which means that inspections are easy but appointments are a must.
Luxury Sport 24
Whitebay 6 Marine Park, End of Robert street, Balmain