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Old 04-23-2015, 03:19 AM   #1
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Ok... I have a 2100sd. I am contemplating moving up to something bigger...with a cabin.
I have one basic question- what is the difference between boats with an SCR designation and an SE designation..

Is it a trim package? Or different level of quality?

I am just curious.

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SCR = Sport Cruiser ~1993 - 2002
SE = Sport Cruiser 2003 - 2009 (I believe it technically stood for 'Sport Express')

Those both designate the Sport Cruiser class. The difference is the year of manufacture.

SY = Sport Yacht (Typically 35 ft and larger)
SR = Sport Runabout (bowrider)
SC = Sport Cuddy
XR = ? I believe that is the Performance Runabout
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Oh.. It is a year thing!!! I feel stupid. I didn't even think about that one!!! Makes all the sense in the world.

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