Scand 9200 Dynamic has a planar hull and an excellent sea performance also in rough seas. This quality has made the model popular among demanding motorboat sailors all over Northern Europe.
With its beautiful and bold lines and a maximum speed of 32 knots this is the perfect boat for any kind of water sports on happy summer days, just as it is definitely well suited for sailing trips.
The big integrated swimming platform is the perfect place to set off for a dive, for waterskiing, tube and other transport.
The seat arrangement in cockpit and cabin can easily be transformed into a double berth.
This is a sports cruiser which lets you move fast,extending your radius of action considerably. This will give you far more destination options, particularly on weekend and day trips.
Good space outside which provides a large bed for sun bathing. The hood is easily stowed away, also the arches, in the spaces behind the seat arrangement, made for this purpose. A nice and practical detail.
Although the designer has prioritized the space outside there is room for a cozy and functional cabin with a pantry and a surprisingly large toilet.
Scand boats represent Norwegian quality at its best. The boats are strongly built and have many good and well thought out details.
This Scand 9200 Dynamic is in a fine conditions for its age, and many features have been renewed/upgraded.
I 2000 a new engine was installed, a Marine Diesel DP-G, model Hammerhead.
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This engine series was developed for demanding army use and is installed e.g. in the well known Hummer vehicles. The Marine version is used in many army vehicles around the world.
The engine has been completely renovated with the Swedish dealer in 2002.
Equipment: Colour map plotter, heating & hot water, septic tank, bow thruster, etc.
In 2007/8 new upholstery outside and new Alcartare upholstery inside.
Seller is a painter and decorator by profession and sprayed the freeboard in 2009. Nice work.
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