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Old 06-14-2019, 03:23 PM
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Curious about this boat but never heard of it. Its called a "stuart angler" I believe its 31 feet. Any information would be much appreciated



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There was one for sale on here in late 2017. Built in opa laka I think. Do a search
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doesnt look like a fun boat and i wouldnt want to restore it and buy an expensive engine for something that will be impossible to sell if you need to.
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I've searched every link. Most are just for sale ads. No real info.
I would like to know how they run, with what engine combo. Wet/dry, is the hull cored or solid glass, etc etc
anyone?
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Originally Posted by HarvestTime View Post
I've searched every link. Most are just for sale ads. No real info.
I would like to know how they run, with what engine combo. Wet/dry, is the hull cored or solid glass, etc etc
anyone?
contact the people selling
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Thinking of buying a 32' Stuart Angler

33' Stuart Angler

repower single v twin diesels ??
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What do you want to know? Canaveral has at least a dozen running around. They are a good riding boat and push along easy with modest power. I was told Mike from Gamefisherman boats owned the company in the early years. Some are balsa cored and some are all glass.
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Default 32' stuart angler

The boat in the picture is a 1979. I am the owner if have any questions be happy to answer.
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Great boats. I would love to own one. The all glass ones are studs.
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Fished one quite a few times out of the keys & very wet from what I remember & it was outboard powered

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