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Specifications

Name: 50 Super Sport
Length: 50'6"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 780 gals.
Model Years: 2004—2008
Draft: 4'5"
Beam: 16'9"
Water Capacity: 150 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Introduced in 2004, the Ocean 50 Super Sport replaced the popular 48 Super Sport (1995–2003), one of the builder’s best-selling models of recent years. The 50 is slightly wider than her predecessor with more transom deadrise for improved rough-water performance without sacrificing speed. Ocean has always had a reputation for excellent space utilization and the three-stateroom, two-head interior of the 50 Super Sport delivers a balanced blend of comfort and luxury. An L-shaped sofa and built-in entertainment center dominate the salon that is highlighted by grain-matched teak (or maple) woodwork, vinyl overheads, and deep pile carpeting. A flat-panel TV/DVD is found in the master stateroom, a washer/dryer unit is located in the companionway and the forward guest stateroom is available with a large island berth or an upper-and-lower berth arrangement. For the angler, the Ocean 50 comes standard with a standup livewell, bait prep center, in-deck fish box and transom door. The engine room offers good outboard access to the motors. A fast ride, MTU 825hp diesels cruise the Ocean 50 SS at 28–30 knots (low 30s top).

Specifications

Name: 50 Super Sport
Length: 50'0"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 750 gals.
Model Years: 1982—1985
Draft: 4'2"
Beam: 16'0"
Water Capacity: 200 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
A scaled-down version of the good-selling Ocean 55 Super Sport (1981–90), the 50 Super Sport never achieved the widespread popularity of her larger sibling in spite of her more affordable price. She was built on a beamy modified-V hull with cored hullsides and a flat 5 degrees of deadrise at the transom. Unlike the Ocean 55 with her see-through front windshield, the windshield panels of the Ocean 50 are solid fiberglass, which allowed for an entertainment center in the salon. Two- and three-stateroom floorplans were offered with the two-stateroom version notable for its huge master stateroom dimensions. Both layouts feature an expansive salon with the galley down, separated from the salon by a serving counter. The cockpit came with molded tackle centers, freezer, baitwell, transom door, and a teak sole. The engine room is entered directly from the cockpit, but access to the engines and generator is poor—a serious drawback in this boat. A hard-riding boat in a chop, the Ocean 50 SS cruise at a brisk 25–26 knots with standard 675hp 8V92 diesels and reach a top speed of about 29 knots. Note that an all-new Ocean 50 Super Sport was introduced in 2004.