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The exciting new brand Saxdor from Sakari Mattila, (lead designer of Axopar, Paragon, Aquador and XO) has released a new starter boat that offers a lot of boat for the attainable price tag.
The 200 Sport is known as the Scooter - A 20ft outboard boat with a 100hp engine capable of 34 knots for circa £22,000. Despite not being everyone’s entry-level budget this is a reasonable contending new boat package for the sports boat and RIB market.
Saxdor in action
The nature of this model is a light (approximately 780kg) PWC tender with all of the latest R&D from J&J Design to make it efficient, cheap to run, and effortless fun to steam about in. The most powerful outboard option is 175hp, achieving a top speed of over 45 knots on a double-stepped hull producing the smallest propellor slip tested by Mercury V6 engines.
“The concept behind Saxdor Yachts is to make the next generation of affordable boats... 
Strong performance at a sensible price.”

“Convenience and ease of use of a jet ski with the safety and comfort of a boat.”

The base model is a compact yet wide layout around triple jockey seating, which is understandably rudimentary; however, there are customisable options available. Owners can choose a T-top with alternative side by side jockey seating or an XL bench for up to four people with multifunction displays on the helm and a full coverage canvas for overnight stays onboard. 

Triple jockey seats


LOA: 19ft 5in (5.94m)

Beam: 7.5ft (2.29m)

Air Draft: 6.3ft (1.925m)

Consumption: 0.78 l/nm ~ 30knts

Engine: Mercury F100-175hp

Top Speed: 45 knots

Price on site: £23,870 

Video walk-through from Idealboat.com

Overall this is a brilliant package that hosts enough features and performance for the experienced boater who wants something fun and easy to trail and launch, let alone someone's first purchase.

Interested? Have a further look and get in touch here.


Boats and Outboards Team
Published on 2020-06-10