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New and used Hydra-Sports Boats for sale

Florida, United States
£185,173 GBP
Listed price $235,000 USD
2008 | 10.67m | Gas/Petrol | Power
New York, United States
£55,158 GBP
Listed price $70,000 USD
1988 | 10.06m | Gas/Petrol | Power
Alabama, United States
£393,197 GBP
Listed price $499,000 USD
2009 | 12.67m | Gas/Petrol | Power
Balearic Islands, Spain
£47,215 GBP
Listed price €55,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2007 | 6.80m | Petrol/Gasoline | Power
Florida, United States
£338,039 GBP
Listed price $429,000 USD
2016 | 12.80m | Gas/Petrol | Power
Florida, United States
£29,943 GBP
Listed price $38,000 USD
2003 | Gas | Power
£70,822 GBP
Listed price €82,500 EUR
Tax paid / included
2007 | 9.00m | Petrol/Gasoline | Power
Florida, United States
£110,237 GBP
Listed price $139,900 USD
2006 | Gas | Power

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History of Hydra-Sports Boats

Hydra-Sports Boats had its humble beginnings in 1973 with the primary motivation to create sport fishing boats that could handle high speeds and rough waters while also offering comfort. The Tennessee-based brand quickly gained recognition in the boating world due to its advanced hull design which used Kevlar and then advanced to carbon fibre to achieve its objectives. Over time, Hydra-Sports Boats stood out among competitors due to its commitment to quality, performance, and innovation. This served as a springboard for expansion, which not only allowed the brand to meet the high demand for its models but also paved the way for the introduction of new designs.

The brand underwent several notable changes in the 21st century. Following the acquisition of Hydra-Sports by MasterCraft in 2001, the company’s philosophy continued to evolve, with the focus shifting towards producing even larger, more luxurious vessels while maintaining the legendary performance for which Hydra-Sports was known. By 2010, however, Hydra-Sports was sold to a private equity firm, Wayzata Investment Partners.

Today, the Hydra-Sports brand has been renamed "HCB Center Console Yachts" after the company elected to diverge from its original focus on sport fishing vessels. The new HCB brand continues the tradition of building luxurious, high-performance boats, but also pushes the boundaries of size, with models such as "The Estrella"— the largest centre console boat in the world. Now based in Florida, USA, the hallmark of the HCB Center Console Yachts — formerly Hydra-Sports Boats — remains their commitment to quality, performance, and innovation, setting them apart as a leading brand in the industry.

Which models do Hydra-Sports Boats produce?

Hydra-Sports Boats produce a range of boats including the Hydra-Sports Boats 2200 Vector. For the full list of Hydra-Sports Boats models currently listed on, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Hydra-Sports Boats build?

Hydra-Sports Boats manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Cruiser, Fishing boat, Motoryacht, Jet boat and Sports day boat.

How much does a boat from Hydra-Sports Boats cost?

Used boats from Hydra-Sports Boats on range in price from £29,900 GBP to £393,000 GBP with an average price of £154,000 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Hydra-Sports Boats, for example the model, age and condition.

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