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Sea Born FX24

Double steps, in the hull's running surface, lessen the wetted surface for better performance and fuel efficiency. The large bow casting deck has two deep rod storage boxes that are insulated and double as fish boxes, perfect for the over-sized kingfish or dolphin. The step leading up to the bow deck houses a Sea-Freeze, high tech style, built-in cooler. Other interior features include three live bait wells, 32, 35 and 80 quarts. The center console has easy access to wiring and electronics through a removable rear footrest and forward hatch. The twin jump seats, built into the stern casting deck, have a unique seat hinge that lets the seat back lay flat and the seat bottom cushion flip up for systems access. Two additional storage compartments hold several tackle trays.

Sea Born

Composite Research, Inc.

6131 Sundance Rd.

Blackshear, GA 31516


Seaborn LX22 Specifications

LOA: 23 feet 9 inches

Beam: 8 feet 6 inches

Fuel Capacity: 72 gal

Draft: 12”

Hull Weight: 2,200 lbs

MSRP: 68,502 with Yamaha 300XCA

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