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2006 Boston Whaler 30 repowered 2015 300s trailer now included

Old 06-13-2019, 09:16 PM
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Default 2006 Boston Whaler 30 repowered 2015 300s trailer now included

  • '2006 Boston Whaler 305 Conquest repowered in 2015 with twin Mercury Verados. 370hours.
Stored in covered storage on trailer.

New diesel generator 3.5 kw 20 hours with heavy duty fuel filter

Ac pump, fresh water wash down pump, live well pump all new and upgraded to yacht quality.

Boat mainly used for diving, paddle boarding, camping and cruising.

Planned and prepared to take boat on Marine Maxs Bahamas Boston Whaler trips with my family so everything was done right.

300 verados make a huge difference from 250s.

Raymarine ES128, 12.1, Chirp CP370 FF with Dual Transducers in 2015
auto pilot added in 2018
Amg batteries
outriggers
JL audio speakers
Eisenglass in great shape, no tears, not cloudy new zippers 2017
cabin looks new
one of the nicest 305s on the market
bought from original owner in 2011.
Air conditioner

Reason for selling, were moving up.
New addition to family, we enjoy cruising and overnighting, seems we always end up a few stowaways.
still using boat and not desperate.
No brokers, no lowballers.


Asking $129,000.00 obo

Trailer
Including over 10k sporttrail custom trailer. Had it built for this boat. it does need brakes on rear axle but bearings were repacked last year.
Trailer is primary used to store boat, but has traveled to South Florida and Venice, LA from Orange Beach.


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Old 06-13-2019, 10:10 PM
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Old 06-17-2019, 01:24 PM
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pics of the cabin? hours on the engines?
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Old 06-17-2019, 08:29 PM
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Where is the boat located?
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Old 06-18-2019, 10:46 AM
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Around 375 hours, still using the boat.
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Orange Beach, AL.
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Old 06-20-2019, 08:19 AM
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Default Including trailer

decided we dont need the trailer, next boat wont fit.
Does need brakes on rear axle, bearings repacked.
My truck is a 2500 and I feel we have enough braking power, so if someone wants the package its here.
Trailer was built for the boat, slides right up like a small bass boat....
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Around 375 hours, still using the boat.
Is there a extended warranty on the motors; if so what is the coverage date until ?
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What is the fuel capacity and burn rate?
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No extended warranty at this time.
Motors were purchased directly from Mercury, via authorized dealer who installed the 300’s and sold the 250’s.
Once you feel the power difference you’ll understand why BW now puts 300’s on the 315’s.
These also have the 5.44gear cases.
Had routine “big service” completed around 290 hours with zero issues needing repairs and zero things need to be repaired at this time.

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Old 06-20-2019, 01:39 PM
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1-3 foot @ 30 mph getting 1.0-1.2 load and fuel capacity dependent.
The 250s gas burn was horrible, took so much to spool up the motors and they always seemed strained.
If i remember correctly, 250’s were .8-.9 @ 22mph
The 300’s are relaxed, I generally cruise at 28mph burning 1.0.
Come out of the pass, activate auto piliot, throw your feet up and ride...
I went 5years without autopilot and two gulf crossings, will absolutely never own another boat without autopilot.
Gives you a lot of time to calculate fuel burn, watch temperature and scroll through vessel view..


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