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Boat Reviews By Owners

2003 -- 23' 9" HARRIS KAYOT

Model: Kayot 240S

Cockpit: The cockpit is ok, the gauges are clear and easy to see and use. There is a section of raised floor for the seat that make standing almost impossible.

Cabin: There is no cabin, but storage is great. The seats are hinged, not requiring removal to access storage.

Construction: This boat was not constructed, it was just thrown together. There is no shine to the gelcoat, and there are stress cracks everywhere. I thought going from Stingray to Kayot was moving up, wrong!

Handling: I owned a Stingray that handled much better. This boat does not handle chops well. I require new fillings after every outing.

Engine Room: The boat has a 5.7 320 hp engine that seems to be under powered for the weight of this boat.

General Comments: We use the boat for tubing, wakeboarding and hanging out in coves allowing the kids to play in the water while I blast my music. This boat is best suited for target shooting and allowed to sink to the bottom of the nearest lake.

Email Address: micholliday@msn.com


Date Submitted: 2007-07-16

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