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Rinker Boats 260 Express Cruiser - Cruiser Boat

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New 2009 Rinker Boats - 260 Express Cruiser - Cruiser

2008 Rinker Boats 260 Express Cruiser Description

Experience the ultimate in trailerable cruising with more Standard Features than any cruiser her size. Fully equipped and fully trailerable Express Cruiser is a great way to step up to captaining your very own Rinker Cruiser. This well powered and easy-to-plane Express Cruiser leaves you with a Not-so-Express feeling of ownership!
2008 Rinker Boats 260 Express Cruiser Specifications
  • Length Over All: 28 Feet and 10 inches.
  • Draft: 3 Feet and 2 inches.
  • Beam: 8 Feet and 6 inches.
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 75
  • Dry Weight: 6750

2008 Rinker Boats 260 Express Cruiser Standard Features

Express Cruiser Canvas Color Choices (Aqua, Black, Blue, Linen Tweed, White)
Camper Canvas - Acrylic/Form Fitting with Bimini Top (Color Coordinated)

Anchor Roller – Stainless Steel with Storage Locker and Cradle
Chrome Rinker Model Identifiers and Logos
Cleats - Stainless Steel, Pull-up - Swim Platform
Cleats – Stainless Steel
Cockpit Liner – Fiberglass
Deck Access – Walk-thru w/Molded-In Steps
Deck Hatch - Low Profile, Screened
Electric Engine Hatch Lift
National Marine Manufacturers Association Certified
Non-Skid Molded Deck Surfaces
Non-Skid Molded Deck Surfaces - “R4- 90º “
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We bought our Rinker 260EC in late June and have been boating on Lake Michigan with her. When we bought her we thought it was a compromise. Boy were we wrong. For just 28'10" and a trailerable 8'6" beam (though we slip ours), it has been great for entertaining friends and family, up to 8 and sleeps 4 family members very comfortably. With all the standard amenities and a few options, our 260EC has been a real summer blessing. Plus, the Merc 350 (300hp) gets about 3 MPG! Definitely recommend the windlass, ac/heat, filler cushion and spot light. Should have added the GPS, but didn't. A generator would be nice, but isn't absolutely needed. We were teak package fans but didn't buy it, because it would be kinda silly for the postage stamp of cabin floor it would cover. We get lots of compliments on the seating layout and her big feel for such a small cruiser. Check one out. You might be surprised that the 260EC isn't much of a compromise for the price.

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