Boats For Sale and Wanted - 2004 McKeeCraft 18 Center Console, 185 Offshoreman w/trailer & 140 OB - $10500
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07-31-2010, 12:36 PM
18 MckeeCraft '04 CenterConsole 185 Offshoreman w/ 140 Johnson 4stroke
Hull ID: MKCT8149F304
The 185 Offshoreman is a proven hull design that delivers a smooth. dry ride. Powered by a 140hp 4 Stroke Johnson. The vessel is unsinkable - pressure foam filled.
She runs very well and has recently been serviced for the season.
This boat is clean and basic. She has had fiberglass repair on the bow and still needs minor gelcoat and finish work. She is readily available for inspection.
The boat comes with a Master craft trailer
Vin # 1M5BA191441E00670
Other photos can be sent by request.
07-31-2010, 03:21 PM
Where is the boat located? Any recent leak down or compression test? Performance numbers? Thanks.
07-31-2010, 03:33 PM
The boat is located in Charleston, SC. I have personally used the boat and it performs flawlessly and efficiently but I do not have any performance numbers. I have not done a compression test either but plan on doing one soon.
The boat is available for inspection.
08-01-2010, 05:46 AM
Where is the fiberglass work on the boat and how extensive?
I assume no electronics or other options not already mentioned?
08-01-2010, 10:26 AM
The fiberglass work is on the bow and extended about 12-24" either side of center and about 12-14" in towards the anchor locker. Also the anchor hatch is missing. The boat just needs finish work (finish gel coat and sanding). All of the structural work is done.
Sorry, there are no electronics.
The boat is structurally sound and runs great. Just needs cosmetics on the front.
I had a 1983 version of that boat, and wish I had never gotten rid of it when I moved up. Great boats.
Good luck with the sale.
08-01-2010, 05:22 PM
Thanks Cap1!:thumbsup: I have really enjoyed the boat and know that it will make the future owner very happy
08-02-2010, 04:39 AM
Had a 1977 model and it was a great boat. All around versatility...just didn't like a heavy chop. Wish I never got rid of it. Built like a tank and still looked great 30 years later!!!
08-02-2010, 07:08 AM
thats a great boat, one of my best friends has one
if it was mine i'd never sell it