2019 Chaparral 2430 Vortex VR

Boat Type: 
New
Manufacturer: 
Chaparral
Class: 
Bowrider
Power: 
TWIN ROTAX 200 ECT
Size: 
24
Price: 
$59,995 IN STOCK ONLY
Hull Material: 
FIBERGLASS
Engine/Fuel Type: 
GAS
YW#: 
3500342
Year: 
2019
Location: 
STONY POINT

2019 2430 Vortex VR


Attention Grabbing

The new 2430 VR sports a redesigned cockpit seating layout. Dual sport bucket seats adorn the helm. The new port side seating configuration allows open and easy access to the head compartment though a fiberglass molded door. The twin Rotax powerplants allow for smooth acceleration and quick planning times.

OPEN CONCEPT

Large and inviting, the bow of the 2430 VR is complete with stereo speakers, stainless steel drink holders, wraparound bolsters and oversized safety rails. A standard filler cushion turns the entire bow area into a play area for the kids or a lounging area to soak up the sun. Large, dry storage compartments are located under each cushion. Forward there is an anchor locker that also encloses a telescopic boarding ladder for beach retrievals.

 

VORTEX and ROTAX®

Leave Rivals in Our Wake

 

 

4 Reasons why the VR’s ROTAX propulsion system is advanced beyond anything in the Jet Boat World:

 

iTC (Intelligent Throttle Control) The Rotax system is high technology at its best. SKI MODE provides pre-programmed acceleration curves so anyone in the family can be an expert tow sports driver. ECO MODE dials in the most efficient cruising speed, taking the guess work out of maximizing fuel economy. DOCKING MODE rescales the throttle for precise maneuverability in tight docking situations.

 

Drive Shaft Sleeve Helps prevent the problem of debris, tow ropes and weeds becoming entangled with the drive shaft. Rivals can only try to fix the problem after it occurs.

 

Closed Loop Cooling Protects the engine from harmful salt, gunk and corrosion by using clean coolant like a car. All Rotax 4-TEC engines are true saltwater engines.

 

Lateral Thrust Control System Directs jet thrust to either side of the transom during low speed maneuvers giving the driver pin-point control at the dock. Other systems either direct the thrust downward or use rudders, both of which are ineffective at low speeds.