Solid fiberglass bottom, 240 Isuzu Diesel 12 knot cruise, live well, SS Pot Hauler. Furuno Radar, Bottom Machine & GPS. Ray-Nav Plotter. 2VHFS. All survival gear. Automatic pilot. $48,500.
Call 631-668-9389 or 613-905-9512
- SOLD! -
Built 1987. Glass over wood. Isuzu UM6BD1MTC-3 6cyl turbo. 211 hp. Twin Disc 502 gear. 80 gal fuel. Used solely as 6 pack since built. Cruise 14.5kt loaded. FURUNO FCV 582L, (2) VHF's, (2) Garmin plotters. JRC RADAR. EPIRB. Electra Dyne Hauler. Extremely stable!
472 GMC, extremely economical, w/hydraulics, glassover. Completely turnkey!
Maryland TFL – CB6, 600 Crab Pot License
300 pots, 100 eel pots, all gear included.
$30,000 for all.
Please email email@example.com w/ “Crab Boat” in the subject line.
3126 Cat 420hp.
Green Stick, #4000 ice hold.
New decks, tanks, paint.
16kt cruise @ 10gph.
$60K OBO - Motivated seller.
Built in 2000 for charter and sport fishing.Very comfortable (seats 9) and safe.
Private head, galley (down) with microwave, four bunks, dinette seats 4, two heaters. Meticulously maintained and shed kept since new.
CAT3208TA(375hp) 4400hrs/500SMOH. FURUNO electronics.
PRICE REDUCED TO $159,000
6/71 Detroit, 8kw Westerbeke genset, 2400 gal fuel cap, 500 water 10 ton hold, sleeps 6, has A/C, fresh water boat on Tennesse River. Excellent hull, ready to cruise!
Call Jim (314) 575-9246
$160,000. Call (609) 361-4427 for more info and pics.
Twin 450 Cummins 6CTA8.3, 5100 hrs, Northern lights 5KW genset, 1200 gal fuel cap, 200 fresh water, 200 gal livewell, sleeps 4, full head, galley, shower, mast with boom, 2000w flood lights, 2 radars, chartplotter, sounder, temperature guage, extended wheelhouse.
Please call 401-835-7955
Located in Kodiak. Steel hull, aluminum house. New survey market value $650,000.
Price Reduced: $ 600,000, OBO.
For more information, or if interested:
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