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Old 02-19-2009, 04:21 AM
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Default 2005 Maycraft 1800 Skiff

18'6" in length
115 HP Yamaha 2 stroke
Stainless prop
40 mph by GPS, loaded
42 gallon gas tank.
Trolling motor used 3-4 times, 24 volts, 80 pound thrust
tiller, no electronic co-pilot, 62" shaft I think. BIG ONE!
on board charger for trolling motor batteries
Uniden VHF radio, big antenna, no stereo
Kinda cheap depthfinder with decent screen,
transducer mounted inboard, no holes in the boat.
works pretty good.Lorance.
Engine battery moved to the console, with nice battery switch.
Aluminum trailer of course.
This boat has no innerliner.
She is tough as nails too.
Been 10 miles out, easy on a good day.
Not too wet to be a small boat.
Give me a call, Herb
336-388-5510
336-514-0048 cell

$10,000.00

141 Hours
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Old 02-19-2009, 05:33 AM
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I can attest to that being a great boat. I love mine.
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Thanks jbg, I'd rather keep it but priorities say differently. That dark paint looks good on yours. Did you have it painted?
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20 or 25 inch transom?
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MAN! If you were closer, i'd come pick that thing up today!
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I have a Maycraft 1800 also. No trolling motor on mine. I take mine out 10 to 15 miles on nice days. Tuff as nails. Nice price for a nice boat.
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Dreamweaver, 25" transom.
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I have seen this boat in person. It is in great shape. Hate you got to sell her zeb, good luck.
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Thanks Spot, I hope ya'll are still doing okay.
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I own a Body Shop so my guys painted it. I resored a 71 20' Seacraft about ten years ago and painted it the same color. The Maycraft lines are so pretty I thought paint would set it of and it did. The boat fit right in my dowdraft booth. It has a bunch of clear coat sprayed on which makes it easy to buff.
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Had one of these and sold it to move up. Regret it- easy maintenance, rode great for a 18, very tough, trailered like a dream, very "customizable". Will make someone a great boat....
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Offers are entirely acceptable.
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nice boat, does it have livewell?
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No livewell.
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i think you should sell me your motor.
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mitzi, the motor comes with a boat. It would make that flats boat haul though.
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I hope they fix the picture problem, or is it on my end?
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$ 10,000.00 , thats it gents.
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thrash20- easy to add a livewell in the port rear corner box or under the console seat...
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