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Old 12-17-2009, 12:35 PM
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Default 2002 Mako 314 Center Console Cuddy

Reduced Again.

Now asking $45,000. (Make offer, trades considered!)


I plan to list with a broker in mid-January. I need to downsize to a slightly smaller more easily trailered boat, and will consider trades for serious blue water center consoles 26-29'.

2002 Mako 314. Best of both worlds. This is an offshore beast but with the comforts required for the wife or girlfriend. Huge cockpit and fishing area. 10 foot beam, easily accomodates 6 fishermen. Convenient cuddy cabin with head, refrigerator, sink and tons of storage, doesn't compromise fishability. Complete and ready to go. Priced without trailer. Call or email for additional pictures. 404-909-1646.

Boat is dry docked in Panama City Beach, FL


Accomodations:
Cabin Sleeps 3- Full head, refrigerator, Sink, Rod storage, Tons of storage in cabin, even good sized cabinet in head
Mechanical Equipment:
Gauges: Fuel burn, Speedo, Water temp, Water pressure, Tach, Speedo, Trim- Trim tabs- Triple batteries- Battery charger integral- Engines 400 hours
Galley:
Cabin Sleeps 3 w additional section, Teak and Holly deck, sink, refrigerator
Electonics and Navigational Gear:
Electronics- GPS chartplotter � Raymarine L1250- Sonar � Raymarine L1250- Auto-pilot- VHF- Compass- Stereo- TV- DVD
Electrical System:
Electronics- GPS chartplotter � Raymarine L1250- Sonar � Raymarine L1250- Auto-pilot- VHF- Compass- Stereo- TV- DVD
Deck and Hull Equipment:
Forward livewell, Aft livewell,T-Top, Six rod holders, Twenty total rod holders on deck, Taco Marine out riggers, Eisen glass 3 piece console set, Salt water washdown (2), Fresh water washdown, Shore power, Fold down rear facing rigging seat. All original Mako Hardware, Lockable rod storage for 12 big game rods, 6 in the cabin and 6 in the cockpit, Huge Fishbox with macerator and pumpout, Edson steering wheel � power, tilt
Additional Equipment:
Water proof battery box w triple batteries, integral charger
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Old 12-17-2009, 02:17 PM
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I didn't even know Mako made that model... What a beast!

I would be interested but cant buy one until I sell our 33 Express. Good luck!
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What a great ride. Good luck with sale. Would love to know some performance numbers.
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Old 12-17-2009, 06:23 PM
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not sure if I've ever seen one of these! Looks like a sweet ride. Good luck with the sale.
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Old 12-17-2009, 08:37 PM
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The Bass Pro near me had one back when they were making them. Very nice boat. It really was a beast.
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damn. That is some engine spacing. Can it plane on one engine?
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Old 12-17-2009, 10:45 PM
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A/C genny??????
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Old 12-18-2009, 07:02 AM
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Performance numbers:

Loaded w/ 300 gal fuel, ice, 40 gal water, fishing gear etc. – Cruise 32, Max 42

Unloaded much better but haven’t clocked (recorded any numbers)

Gen/ AC
– not currently but, set up for easy install. Shore power and switch panel already setup from factory.

Engine spread
- Yes, really adds to the “big boat” feel, Awesome for docking and maneuvering for landing fish
- Won't plane on one engine, it's a pretty heavy boat
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Old 12-18-2009, 11:22 AM
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Default Looks like my old one

If you bought in FL and it already had the bottom paint and the autopilot. That was my old boat. I could go into other details that would confirm it but why bother. Good Luck with the sale. I can say that this boat is big with lots of storage.
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Old 12-23-2009, 05:00 PM
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Nice boat Dave. Good luck with the sale. I guess you miss your old 261B?
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Old 12-23-2009, 08:27 PM
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Good to hear from you Ringleader!

Yeah, I miss the 261b. The 314 is Ok , but it is really too much boat for someone who hauls it as much as I do.

I need something I can haul w/o a permit.

Your 261b looked pretty sweet when I saw it.

It's about time you traded for a larger boat, don't you think!


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Old 12-23-2009, 08:35 PM
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I have never seen a mako like this either. Post a few more pics for those of us window shoppers please.
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Default Price Reduced - Will Take $45,000

I don't have any more pics that show the boat in much detail and I'm too far away from it to make more right now.

This is a Mako sistership photo. (mine does not have the crow's nest, but has the mounting hardware in place).
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Old 12-30-2009, 10:35 AM
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Here is a link to Specs on the 2007 Model (the last year Mako made the 314). The only difference I see is that the 2002 had a 500 HP Max recommendation.


http://www.dixiemarinesales.com/Mako314.aspx



Mako Specs for all the 2002 models:

http://www.mako-boats.com/past-model...modelyear=2002
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