|Length Overall||18' 0''||Dry Weight||1,865 lbs.|
|Beam||7' 6||Tested Weight||N/A|
|Draft||10.5 in.||Fuel Cap||40 gal.|
|Max Headroom||open boat||Bridge Clearance||none|
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|Std. Power||1x220-hp Bombardier Rotax|
|Tested Power||2 x 110-hp Bombardier Rotax|
various Bombardier Rotax from 2x110-hp to 2x240-hp
The Challenger 1800 is a powerful jetboat.
There’s enough room for you and six of your friends to join you for a day of fun on the water. The Challenger 1800 is a fast jetboat that delivered a top end speed of 48.7 mph on our test run.
Keep an eye on the skier with the side mirror.
The helm has all the necessary functions and switches within easy sight and reach. There’s also a side view mirror to help you keep an eye on the skier behind you.
Lockable glovebox allows you to store valuables.
To port is a lockable glove box where you can keep the radio or any other valuables. There’s a grab handle here for when you feel like holding on.
Go ahead and take her for a spin.
As you can see the Speedster is a good-looking jetboat that can carry all your friends and equipment for the day, whether it be skis, a wakeboard or a tube. This 18-footer has a lot of power behind he
This 18-footer offers a lot.
From the layout of this boat you can see that she has plenty of room for you and your quests. The aft seating has bucket seats which will keep your guests locked in place. Under the transom is a locke
The Sea-Doo Challenger 1800 is one of the biggest and fastest jetboats on the water today. She’s one little speed demon that will keep your adrenaline pumping all day.
For 2000, the heart of this jetboat, is the single 210-hp M2 jet drive, a significant change from the power package on our earlier test boat.
As a winner of the IDEA98 engineering design award, it has a multi-chine V-hull that provides quick acceleration, nimble turning and handling, and a very stable ride.
Its 17-foot 11-inch overall length, seven and a half foot beam and a solid weight of 1,865 lbs. help provide that stability, even when ripping through rough waters.
With twin 800 Series Rotax motors wide open, we clocked a blistering top end speed of 48.7 mph at 5200 rpm and a best cruise of 25.0 mph at 3000 rpm. Out on the course, the 1800 flew out of the water and onto plane in just seconds. About 2 seconds to be precise.
|Outlet: 12-Volt Acc|
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