Maxum boats were produced by Brunswick up until 2009, when the model line was ended. They built runabouts ranging from 17’ up, as well as small and mid-sized sport yachts. These boats were marketed as more up-scale than the Bayliner brand but less costly than the Sea Ray brand. A large number of Maxums were built, and at the company’s high-point it produced nearly 2,000 hulls a year. As a result, there are plenty of used Maxums on the open market in a wide range of sizes.
The Maxum 2700 SCR was designed and engineered for spaciousness, performance, and great looks. The helm sports classic instrument toggles set in a wood grain dash, and there's a cockpit entertainment center with wet bar. The portside sunlounge is perfect for stretching out, and an aft-facing bench seat flips up to reveal space perfect for a carryon cooler.
Molded cabin entry with sliding cap provides easy access to the bright and airy cabin. The radar arch adds function to style with lighting and sound system speakers built-in. Galley appliances are selected with quality, ease of use, and efficient operation in mind. The galley offers a two-burner stove and a Norcold refrigerator. The head was planned to provide optimum lighting and maximum space. Stereo speakers are placed for ultimate sound quality.
|Hull Material||Fiberglass||Hull Shape||Modified Vee|
|Engine Type||Stern Drive||Beam||9 ft 5 in|
|Max Draft||3 ft 2 in||Dry Weight||7475 lb|
|Horsepower (total)||250||Engine Make||Mercruiser|
|Engine Model||7.4L||Fuel Capacity||89 gal|
|Deadrise at Transom||16°||Holding Tank Size||20 gal|
|Water Capacity||30 gal||Number of Berths||4|
|Number of Engines||1||Max Bridge Clearance||7 ft 3 in|