The passenger console is fixed with a forward, double-wide seat. But it converts five ways and does it as easily as flipping a light switch, thanks to the custom-polished stainless-steel hardware that supports it. Seat positions range from forward-facing leaning post with aft-facing lounge to back-to-back ski observation seats, full-length sun pad and forward lounge.
For beaching, the 230 can be equipped with a bow ladder. You can also opt for an optional through-stem windlass instead ($4,030). For fishing, bow seat cushions stow away.
The 230 can be equipped with a full range of Raymarine electronics, including Sirius weather, or just tooled with a premium stereo system ($2,201) that includes stereo, amp, six speakers and subwoofer.
If you’re a big-boat owner, the 230 Vantage can be equipped with bow towing hardware for tender duty, adding even more versatility.
Comparable model: Pursuit DC 235