29 Sport Cruiser
Length w/ Pulpit:
Introduced in 1985, the Silverton 29 Sport Cruiser is a surprisingly spacious boat with an unusual two-stateroom interior, roomy cockpit, and a large bridge area. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with prop pockets and a wide 10'10"" beam, the Sport Cruisers single-level interior is easily her most distinctive feature. Where most cruisers her size have a single stateroom, the Sport Cruiser has two. Located immediately to port of the entryway steps, this private second stateroom (with full standing headroom) comes complete with double berth, opening window, and night stand. Running forward along the starboard side is the huge in-line galley with more storage and counter space than most 40-footers. Opposite the galley, to port, is a booth-style dinette (convertible) with storage below. The enclosed head compartment is forward of the dinette, and an offset double berth at the bow is open to the main cabin. Flybridge seating includes a swivel pedestal helm seat and wraparound L-shaped bench seating. Hatches in the cockpit sole provide easy access to the engines. A foldaway transom seat, cockpit railings, and integral bow pulpit were standard. Twin 195hp Crusader (V6) inboard gas engines cruise 1718 knots.