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Old 01-10-2017, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default 2011 Contender 28T - Twin F250b's - only 165 hours

2011 Contender 28T

Twin Yamaha F250B (fly by wire - digital controls) with 165 hours total with four-blade Mercury props

2013 Owens and Son's 12k dual axle all aluminum trailer with aluminum wheels, stainless brakes, and spare tire.

Furuno Navnet display with 4k closed array radar & Airmar 600w thru-hull tilted element transducer

Simrad AP24 Auto Pilot

Fusion Stereo (with XM) and amplifier with four JL Audio 7.7 speakers

Rupp Top Gun (welded-in) outriggers with 15' fixed poles

Factory freshwater wash down

Factory saltwater wash down

Factory electric head in console with on-board waste tank (waste tank has never been used)

Triple battery setup with Guest on-board charger

Boarding ladder

Rear bench seat

Motor, console, and leaning post sunbrella covers included

Lots of other options, as well. Boat is located in West Davie. Asking $115k obo.

E-mail is preferred method of contact (due to my odd work hours): [email protected]
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Old 01-10-2017, 04:29 PM   #2
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Speed at WOT?
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Nice!
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Very nice! GLWS
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Bottom painted or gel coat?
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Old 01-10-2017, 05:07 PM   #6
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I pass by this boat everyday taking my daughter to school, it's in great shape!
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Old 01-10-2017, 05:58 PM   #7
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Won't last long.
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Old 01-11-2017, 12:27 AM   #8
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I pass by this boat everyday taking my daughter to school, it's in great shape!
You and me both! I was just eyeballing it yesterday. LOL
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Old 01-11-2017, 02:55 AM   #9
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What kinda performance numbers r u getting with the 250's ?
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You and me both! I was just eyeballing it yesterday. LOL
Small world! I've actually met a few THT members from the area in the last couple of months.
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Very nice rig , good luck !!!
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Speed at WOT?
With the 3 blade Yamaha Props, it was about 57mph top speed. With the 4 blade props, I've never run it WOT with the boat empty, but with a full boat (ice, gear, full tank, three guys on board), trimmed, WOT is right around 50.
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Bottom painted or gel coat?
I'm the second owner, when I bought it it was fully bottom painted. I had it media blasted and the regular bottom paint replaced with a trailerable bottom paint (I'm pretty sure it was VC Offshore, but I can check, I still have a can left). The bottom paint is only on the very bottom of the boat, the sides and back are gelcoat, so it doesn't look bottom painted, really. The bottom was originally black gel coat.
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Thanks for all the comments, everyone. I'm going to miss the boat, it's exactly what I've always wanted, I just don't have the time to use it anymore with two little ones...
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Is your 28T still for sale ?
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