New Sacs Strider 900 – Delivery 2020

PRICE: 139,950 EUROS (EX. TAX)

The Sacs Strider 900 reflects the features that Sacs are well-known for – beauty, performance and luxury. Every detail of a Sacs rib is built with premium quality materials and finishing with a contemporary design which will turn heads.

The Strider 900 is dedicated to those who love a sporting ride, to indulge in speed while retaining absolute comfort. The 900 has many features designed to enhance the enjoyment of both owner and guests. The wide sundecks, comfortable cockpit and day galley with fridge, grill and sink provide an unforgettable day on the water.

This vessel is fitted with a single Yamaha F350 outboard to provide a reliable, fast and fun performance and has the Sacs “Storm” colour scheme. She has many extras and will be available “water ready” in Menorca in Spring 2019. She comes with manufacturer’s warranty and a full technical handover and familiarisation.

A part-exchange will be considered and finance options are available.

Contact us for further information and quotation.

Download SACS Strider 900 standard specification

Optional Extras (specification can be chosen to suit individual requirements):
Custom colour scheme
Electric windlass with anchor and chain
Battery charger 220V
Electric marine toilet with macerator and waste tank
Raymarine Dragonfly Pro 7″ flush mounted GPS
Fusion stereo system with iPod/iPhone docking
49 litre stainless steel fridge
Stainless steel roll bar
Bimmini for roll bar
GRP stern platform with disappearing swim ladder
Massive teak cockpit and platform
Ski pole
Bow thruster
Console cover

New Sacs Strider 900 – Delivery 2020
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Clearwater Marine is acting as broker for the vendor. Whilst we have used all reasonable endeavours to ensure the accuracy of the information contained within these particulars, correctness is not guaranteed and this document is intended as a guide only. It does NOT constitute a part of any contract. Clearwater Marine gives no guarantee, warranty or representation as to the state and condition of the vessel and a prospective buyer is strongly advised to seek an independent marine survey.