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21ft Polaris Jet Boat - $21500 in Vancouver, British Columbia for sale

21ft Polaris Jet Boat - $21500
21ft Polaris Jet Boat - $21500
21ft Polaris Jet Boat - $21500

Very rare 2004 Polaris 21ft EX2100 sport boat, very few built in the USA, and as the name on the boat implies it has been "Resurrected" Powered by a 240HP jet drive engine with low hours. Has awesome power for waterskiing. Mint condition used only a few times, and has been completely redone. New upholstery, new wiring, 2 Optima batteries, top of the line power systems, and on board charging system. Lots of stainless steel added, state of the art alpine sound system with AMPs and subwoofer. All new seat mounts, and boat hardware. New bimini cover, boat hardware, custom made two-tone boat cover and upgraded shore lander trailer. Full boat wrap installed and a Custom perimeter alarm system was added as well. Fresh water only. Too much to list. Boat is ready for the water. See attached write up from boat magazine.

Polaris introduced the EX2100 to the world in March and began shipping the boat in April. This is Polaris' first entry into the sportboat market, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the EX2100. The boat's fit and finish is some of the best we've ever seen.

Known best to the boating community for its personal watercraft, Polaris has created the EX2100 through a strategic alliance with Baja Marine and Mercury Marine, both of which are divisions of Brunswick Corp. Polaris chose Baja because of the company's experience incorporating modern technology into the boat building process, and Mercury Marine was chosen for its industry-leading jet drives.

The boat is available with either a 240 hp EFI or 250 hp OptiMax Mercury Sport Jet engine. Our test boat was equipped with the 250 hp OptiMax.

We took off across the water with two people and half a tank of fuel on board. The water was very calm that day.

The first thing we noticed about the boat's ride was its excellent hole shot. The power was immediately evident. In fact, the boat hit plane in 5 seconds. After a bit more time on the water, we noticed that the EX2100 stayed on plane at 4,000 rpm and 29 mph.

We hit a top speed of 49.2 mph at 5,400 rpm, but Mercury claims the boat is capable of 50.2 mph. That definitely seems feasible, especially when you consider that we never hit the 250 hp OptiMax's maximum rpm of 6,000.

The ride was very comfortable at all speeds. We couldn't even spin it out at wide-open throttle -- and we were still writing legibly (or at least as legibly as our handwriting gets) when the boat was running at 40 mph. If you could see our handwritten notes for most of our boat tests, it would be easy to tell when things get rough because our letters and numbers become an incomprehensible jumble of hieroglyphics and chicken scratches.

Jet drives are often noisier than their stern drive or inboard counterparts, and that was the case with the 250 hp OptiMax jet drive. We were always able to feel and hear the motor during the test.

However, jet drives excel at handling turns, and the EX2100 was very maneuverable even at slow speeds. We did a 180 and slid up to the dock at the end of the test.

Polished Jewel

When you see pictures of the Polaris EX2100, it almost doesn't look real. It looks closer to an artist's rendering, because the lines are so clean and unfettered.

Polaris must realize that this boat is its make-or-break entry into the sportboat market, because every detail, down to the hand-stitched premium-grade upholstery, has been carried out immaculately.

The port console's glove compartment has an AM/FM stereo and CD player with two marine speakers -- and it is pre-wired for an optional second pair of speakers. Armed with two bow settees, two bucket seats and a three-person aft settee, the boat can seat up to seven people, which is its passenger capacity. Moreover, EX2100′s load limit is 1,600 pounds.

Behind the aft settee, you'll find a large sunpad, which covers the engine and additional storage compartments. At the very back of the boat, there is a swim platform with an automatically retracting boarding step. The boarding step makes it easy for passengers to make the transition from the water to the swim platform. A ski tow pylon sprouts forth from the transom.

A ski and knee/wakeboard storage locker is built into the deck. Additional stowage is provided in both side areas, inside the helm and passenger consoles and under the front settees.

Polaris deserves a lot of credit for being able to jump into the sportboat market so adeptly. The fit and finish is beyond all expectations.

We definitely recommend the EX2100 to families looking for an all-in-one boat. A pretty face will only take you so far, but with its excellent handling and its comfortable ride, the Polaris EX2100 can take you virtually anywhere.

MORE INFO: Polaris Sales Inc.; (800) POLARIS; Circle TK on reader service card, page TK

Polaris EX2100 Specifications

Length 21′
Beam 8'6″
Draft (drive down) 1'2″
Dry weight 2050 pounds
Fuel capacity 50 gallons

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