Chaparral Boats debuts the 247 SSX

Chaparral Boats 247 SSX

Aug 24, 2021

Chaparral Boats has released the much anticipated 247 SSX to its legendary SSX model lineup. The 247 SSX is a full-sized family boat which checks off a variety of family boating needs and offers an array of options which target multiple price points.

“The 247 SSX is a boat that you can customize to your family. This boat is designed to attract luxury boat buyers, that are seeking value in a 24-foot boat.” said Buck Pegg, Chaparral Boats Founder.

Chaparral’s DNA always plays a role in design, and this 247 SSX is no exception. Self-bailing cockpit, oversized bow & cockpit rails, one piece “weather door”, Clearview windshield design and stainless steel pull up cleats are just a few of the many features that buyers look for when shopping the Chaparral brand.

Chaparral 247 SSX specifications include:

● Length – 24 feet 6 inches

● Beam 8 feet 6 inches

● 14-person Passenger Capacity

The Chaparral 247 SSX is a boat that offers many features as part of its standard package with several optional upgrades and customizable features available to equip this boat exactly as desired. Select optional features include the award-winning Infinity Power Step, MerCruiser and Volvo Penta engine offerings, Black Edition package (including the black EFX II Electric Arch, Blacked-out gelcoat Hull, new Envision™ Cayenne silicone upholstery Interior with black accents, black helm design, black windshield, JL Audio system upgrade, black painted selected key hardware and special edition badging), optional trailers and many more.


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