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1989 Wahoo Swordfish Dual Console with Yamaha 4 stroke

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1989 Wahoo Swordfish Dual Console with Yamaha 4 stroke

Old 07-13-2019, 07:17 PM
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Default 1989 Wahoo Swordfish Dual Console with Yamaha 4 stroke

Up for sale is a Wahoo boat with dual console and a 2001 yamaha 4 stroke engine. The hull is a copy of the Boston whaler with the foam/unsinkable inside and a twin vee with the front providing an air cushion for choppy or big waves. It was designed as a bay boat under choppy water but rides comfortably when going 20-30 mph. Top speed is around 40 at wide open. The hull had a dent on the middle section and was professionally repaired (additional laminates). I am the second owner of the boat with a clean title in hand for the boat and also the trailer.

Here are the boat's specifications:
- 2001 Yamaha 115hp motor with 650 hours, religious maintenance (100 hours) and only fresh gas only
(Link of the engine running and idling without issues on first crank)

- Trim and controls work great, was serviced in 2016
- Lowrance HDS 5 gen 1 fish finder with US nav maps
- original aluminum fuel tank
- modified and updated wiring
- Stainless riptide propeller 2017
- VHF radio 2017
- New aftermarket Bimini top 2017
- New tires in trailer and bearings were repacked in 2016. The front of the trailer has a swivel installed in order to save storage room.
Looking for $6200 obo. I just upgraded so my lost is your gain.


Listed $1500 below nada guide value, this deal will not last!


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Old 07-14-2019, 05:25 AM
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Here are some questions you will get asked: length of boat, engine horsepower, original fuel tank, original wiring, more interior pics, and picture of the trolling motor. Those are nice hulls. I’ve ridden in one many times.
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Old 07-14-2019, 10:14 AM
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Thanks for the tips. I will update accordingly
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