This 2012 Crownline E4 is in like new condition. Having only ever been used in freshwater, with 72 hours on the engine, she has hardly been used! Crownline Boats are without a doubt the most exciting and progressive boats on the market today. Their innovative designs have always set them apart from the crowd. They are sporty, sophisticated, and classy. Luxury, convenience, functionality, quality, and performance are what set Crownline apart from the rest of the sports boats on the market.
Crownline's F.A.S.T. TAB Hull Design is one of the most efficient and attractive hull designs on the market today. It improves slow-speed stability, time-to-plane acceleration, and fuel economy. The acronym stands for fin-assisted safe turn. That's the description. In practice, a F.A.S.T Tab hulls vented chines aerate the running surface to reduce drag, and the fin-like tabs keep those vents from producing handling quirks. The hull sticks in turns, is responsive to trim, and really airs out at speed. Chop back the throttle and you can feel the vents working as the boat glides along for quite some distance before settling off plane.
It is hard to find a boat that can compare with what this 2012 Crownline E4 has to offer. If you're looking to by a boat, don't look past this one! She comes with a trailer. Financing available.
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