Sea Ray launches jetboat series

Posted on Written by Michael LaBella

Sea Ray unveiled its new 21 Jet, the first in a new jetboat series, the company announced Friday.

The boat is 21 feet, 6 inches, has an 8-foot, 6-inch beam and is available in five choices of two-tone gelcoat in addition to a black hull bottom option and graphics upgrades, Sea Ray said.

The helm features stainless-steel hardware and bezels, along with lighted chrome toggle switches. Custom backlit gauges come with low-glare blue night-lighting and glass lenses.

The 21 Jet is powered by twin 120-hp MPE-850 4-stroke engines with jetdrives from Weber Motor. Weber has been providing engines and jet propulsion for the marine industry for more than a decade, having built engines for numerous PWC and jet-powered tender companies.

Standard and optional equipment includes a painted trailer with disc brakes and swing-away tongue (standard) and a forward-facing, folding water-sports tower with integrated Bimini top (optional).

The 21 Jet will be the first model available to meet California 4-Star super-ultra-low emission levels, setting a new industry benchmark, according to Sea Ray.

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3 comments on “Sea Ray launches jetboat series

  1. Chris Foster

    Jet boats?????????Really?????? Does anyone at Brunswick remember the Boston Whaler Rage? How about the fact that BRP gave up on this segment last year? What does Sea Ray know that none of the rest of us do?

  2. Lance Manion

    This language is a bit over the top, which calls into question what they are doing all together. Weber engines? Far from a marine industry leader. Maybe bbq grills. And I’m pretty sure the 4 star claim isn’t accurate either. Just say what it is without all the marketing mumbojumbo

  3. Doc

    Yamaha introduced the 4 Star boats last August and has had them posted on their Web-Site since then. There is an old saying that there is no replacement for displacement and 2- .85 liter engines will fall short compared to the 2- 1.8 liter engines in most of the Yamaha boats.

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