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Manufacturer Provided Description
The Larson Cabrio 260 a size that's both easy to manage around the dock and big enough to deliver a comfortable, confident big-water ride. Its stepped hull design helps lift the stern for exceptional on-plane performance with minimal bowrise, and which also reduces drag for enhance speed and fuel economy at planing speeds. Cabin headroom is a generous six feet, three inches and its finished with a smooth, suspended vinyl headliner. The galley features a countertop with molded sink and storage below. A single-burner alcohol/electric stove, microwave, coffee maker and dual-voltage refrigerator are all standard. All cabinets are finished in cherry wood, and have push-button latches. The dinette features fore-and-aft facing settee seating, and converts to create a double-wide forward berth. The queen-size mid-cabin berth features a screened port. The head features a manual-flush head, a power exhaust vent and opening port, and a vanity with molded sink and hand-held shower. A pressure water system with 19-gallon tank and 6-gallon water heater is standard. All seating in the Cabrio 260 cockpit can be positioned in multiple configurations suitable for lounging, cruising or entertaining. The wet bar features a pressure sink and storage below. A portable 25-quart cooler stows below the port lounge. The sweeping dash panel positions complete instrumentation high on the console for easy viewing, with plenty of space below for mounting electronics. A compass, trim tabs and a Clarion stereo with 100-channel Sirius satellite radio receiver and a single CD player, remote and four speakers are standard. Also standard is 30-amp shore power with 50-foot cable, and battery charger. Molded steps in the cockpit and a walk-through windshield provide good access to the foredeck, which is surrounded by a high, stainless steel rail.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.