In a strategic move that's keeping them well ahead of their competitors, Sea Ray Boats has officially launched the all-new SPX 210 for 2024.
The company first announced the smaller SPX 210 platform in Europe early this year, but with only some renderings of the new design and without complete details of its final form. Now the industry leaders are poised to release the final product across the North American market.
“We initially launched the all-new SPX 210 sterndrive and outboard models in our European markets earlier this year,” said Keith Yunger, Sea Ray president in a press release.
“Last month the SPX 210 was awarded Best Boat under seven meters by Moteur Boat Magazine, and we are pleased to now introduce the next evolution of our sporty and stylish new SPX design to North America.”
The all-new SPX 210 will be available in both sterndrive and outboard configurations, as well as Sea Ray's latest array of technology and design traits for its 2024 fleet.
The company has been systematically revamping their 'design language', which has involved a gradual overhaul of many of their popular models. The first model with the new style was the 2021 Sundancer 370. Throughout 2022 and 2023, Sea Ray made a surprise release of the new SLX 260, then followed that up with their first wake boat, 260 SLX Surf.
Now for 2024, the SPX 210 interior has been enhanced with practical features including updated seating and a curved windshield designed for improved visibility. For maximum space and elevated comfort, the cockpit layout features an L-shaped bench seating, easy-to-access cooler storage, and a convertible port companion seat that transforms into an aft-facing lounger.
Whether doing watersports or enjoying a casual day on the water, the SPX 210 and SPX 210 Outboard feature an optional ski tow pylon on the outboard variation and a standard ski tow eye on the sterndrive variation. Other features includes a full-sized ski locker compartment in the cockpit floor and a broad integrated swim platform that allows for easy reentry. Both Watersports tower and Bimini top upgrades are available for shade and protection from the elements.
Up front, an optional filler cushion converts the bow into a generous sunpad with a backrest, while the transom sunpad has also been enhanced with a backrest for more support when lounging in the sun or taking in the sights along the water.
The SPX 210 will be available in either sterndrive or outboard propulsion with Mercury Marine power. The sterndrive model features a 200-horsepower MerCruiser 4.5L MPI ECT engine with an Alpha One drive, while the outboard model is propelled by a 150-horsepower Mercury FourStroke engine.
The helm is equipped with a Digital Dash featuring a standard 7″ Simrad touchscreen display and SmartCraft Connect for intuitive engine monitoring. The Fusion® SRX400 audio system puts music controls within reach to set the mood without distraction.
With capacity for 12 people and a beam of 8’6”, the SPX 210 offers significant social space on a 21-foot platform. In addition, new owners can choose from a variety of options to personalize their SPX 210 model and fit their needs.
You can get the first look at the new SPX 210 in the video below: