New 1993 Sea Ray 200 Overnighter Owner

Discussion in 'Who's Who' started by Chip S, Oct 5, 2019.

  1. Chip S

    Chip S New Member

    19
    Jun 17, 2019
    Bordentown, NJ
    1993 Sea Ray 200 Overnighter
    1993 Mercury 150 hp Black Max Outboard
    Just purchased a 1993 Sea Ray 200 Overnighter with a 1993 Mercury 150 hp Black Max outboard. The boat is fast! The interior was redone a couple of years ago (new floor, new carpet, new seats) and the canvas is only a few years old. Its missing the cabin doors, the depth sounder isn't working, and the cabin light isn't working. It has a few minor dings here and there, but for a 1993 its in really good shape. I have my three projects to work on this winter. Looking forward to getting it out on the water next spring.
     
  2. All's Well

    All's Well Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    607
    Jan 14, 2010
    Houston
    '12 58 Sundancer
    900 MAN
    Welcome to CSR -
    Sounds like you have a few projects to work on over the winter - Enjoy
     
  3. CNYBoater

    CNYBoater Active Member

    193
    Aug 14, 2017
    1994 200 Overnighter, Single Axle Easy Load'r Galvanized Trailer, 2009 Chevy Trailblazer
    Single 1994 Mercury Black Max V135 O/B
    Welcome to CSR. I have the 1994 Overnighter O/B with the 135HP Blackmax. I rather enjoy mine. Cruising speed for me is mid-20s, WOT is 42mph. fuel economy for mixed RPM usage on my last 50 miles on the lake was around 2.4mpg
     
  4. Chip S

    Chip S New Member

    19
    Jun 17, 2019
    Bordentown, NJ
    1993 Sea Ray 200 Overnighter
    1993 Mercury 150 hp Black Max Outboard
    I fixed the cabin light (sanded the light bulb base) and the depth sounder (switch was turned off). I also took measurements for the cabin doors. A pretty good start for my first day. :)
     
  5. CNYBoater

    CNYBoater Active Member

    193
    Aug 14, 2017
    1994 200 Overnighter, Single Axle Easy Load'r Galvanized Trailer, 2009 Chevy Trailblazer
    Single 1994 Mercury Black Max V135 O/B
    my doors are 1/2" HDPE by the looks of it. Four panels, two long hinged in the middle that go into the well before the cuddy and snap to a strap against the helm, and two short, hinged in the middle that snap into a strap in the side console. There are bolts that lock the short piece closed to the cuddy aft wall. There is a hasp that accommodates a padlock that locks the cuddy. Lony B's photo of his cockpit in the official 200 thread is a good photo of the layout, but mine does not have the wood trim that I've seen in many other photos.
     

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