Boating Tips: Storage for Days Sea Ray SLX
Welcome to Boating Tips with MarineMax! Sea Ray boats are known for their innovative designs, comfort and luxury. The SLX 260 incorporates all of these as well as an incredible amount of storage. Follow along with Captain Nick as he shows you every inch of storage on this awesome Sea Ray. Ask your questions, make comments, and learn a thing or two about your favorite outdoor activity.
Bow, Cockpit and HelmThe helm contains hinged in-seat storage for tables as well as additional seat cushions as well as built in helm compartment housing trash can. The bow has deep in-floor storage able to fit lifejackets, fenders and dock lines.
The cockpit has floor storage large enough to store water skis and various other sundry items. This deep storage runs all the way to the bow.
PortThe port side storage capabilities are extensive. Towards the bow, there are numerous in-seat, hinged compartments that have storage room for lifejackets, dock lines, fenders, throwable and more.
Moving to the stern on the port side, the floor compartment opens revealing space large enough for water skis, wake boards, a lilly pad. It can house numerous large items simultaneously.
TransomIn the middle of the transom is a large built in seat cooler that can be used for food and drink or simply story towels, clothes, shoes or medium sized items.
StarboardThe starboard side of this vessel has cabinets that can house one hard cooler or two soft coolers. As well as an additional in-floor storage area that has storage room for various medium sized items.
Find Your Sea RayAll of this storage space comes standard on the Sea Ray SLX 260. The more boat storage you have, the more room for water toys and other items that you want to have on the water for a great day! To find yours, check out our wide selection of Sea Ray boats here. See you out on the water!
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