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1997 Wellcraft Scarab with twin 225 Mercs
maintained throughout the year
shoreline aluminum trailor
190 gal fuel tank
25 gal fresh water and raw water washdown
outriggers, no poles
new wind curtains
new vinyl throughout
Boat runs great and is used quite often. .She cruises around 35 with a full load and tops out around 60. I have additional pics so pm me for information or additional pics. thanks. really need to move this rig.
the motors have around 540 hours on them. Not much for a 10 year old boat. The computer says around 250 of the hours are at 1200 rpm or less. Alot of trolling i would say. The boat is in Houston,Tx. Engines are still running strong with great compression. I have extra pics if anyone is interested. Thanks
the boat gets average 1.1 Thats with all fluids topped off, 190gal of fuel, 25 gal of water, 6gal of oil, 4 guys and all the gear with 100pounds of ice, food and drinks. Running at 40-42 mph in 2 foot seas all day long. And them coming back home with 200pounds of fish. Whem i put fuel back in to top off the tank, that is what the figures come out to be. Thats the closest i can come to that answer. I'm sure if you cruised alittle slower or trolled some, the numbers might be slightly better. Hope it helps you out BOGII
Thanks Brewhead, the boat is in great comdition, you can fish it or cruise the lake on 4th of July, it looks nice either way. I prefer some dead fish in the boat myself.