The double Parashah of Mattot-Masei has 244 verses. Is there another occasion during the year when more verses are read on single day?
Matot-Masei is the longest Shabbat reading in terms of verses. Matot is 112 verses and Masei is 132 verses (most of them short ones near the beginning of the parsha, so they add significantly to the "bulk.") In total you have 244 verses.
I initially thought that Vayakhel-Pekudei occurring on Shabbat Rosh Hodesh which is also SHabbat Hachodesh in a non-leap year (as it was last year) was more. But, alas, even with reading from 3 Sifrei Torah, they total 241 verses - definitely the 2nd longest!
So, if you're referring to what might be read specifically on a Shabbat, the answer is "No", unless you want to account for multiple readings of Vezot Habracha when Simchat Torah occurs on Shabbat in Israel. Then, that total is unknown.