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2011 Quicksilver 240 Adventure Enduro

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Make Quicksilver
Model 240 Adventure Enduro
Year 2011
Condition New
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Type Power
Class Runabout
Length 8 ft
Hull Material Hypalon
LOA 7 ft 9 in
Beam 4 ft 10 in
Keel Type Other
Dry Weight 90.4 uom.
Seating Capacity 3
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1
Hull Shape RIB
Hull Warranty None


The QUICKSILVER Adventure range appeals to adventurous outdoor types with a bent for fishing and camping. Seven models make up this family that ranges from a compact 240 to a roomy 530. All are finished in dark green to blend into the environment. 240, 270, 310 and 340 Enduro models feature strong fiberglass floors and the security of four separate internal air chambers. At the top of the Adventure range are three XS models: 380, 430 and 530. All offer increased space and greater strength that is derived from ABS laminate transom protection, stainless steel bracing, heavy-duty aluminium-framed floorboards and reinforced fabrics.


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