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31 Open Contender - New Fuel Tanks - SOLD

Old 01-18-2020, 11:07 AM
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Default 31 Open Contender - New Fuel Tanks - SOLD

2001 31 Open Contender (32' 6" OAL with 9' 4" beam)

Completely professionally refitted 3 years ago by the best in the business (D&D marine)
New coal tar epoxied fuel tanks placed in closed cell foam
Boat was completely rewired and re-rigged, nothing was reused. Every wire, hose, clamp, pump, engine harness etc was replaced. Even the helm pump and steering hoses.
T top frame was reinforced to handle weight of open array radar.
New gelcoat nonskid
Reinforced center tank fuel access All screw holes in deck patched and removed
New T Top canvas New upholstery Etc etc.

No expense was spared, boat was rebuilt and rewired significantly better than new. Invoices, process photos and hull survey available.

New electronics
Garmin 8212
Garmin 12kW open array
GS24 sounder
1kW transducers SS264N/SS264W
Garmin Autopilot
Fusion RA70 Radio with Bluetooth
Standard horizon VHF
5 Lumitec Spreaders
4 Batteries on BEP battery management cluster (2 house & 1 for each motor)
3 bank battery charger



Kiekhaeffer performance trim tabs
Bluewater tackle center/cooler
Plumbed for third on deck live well
Fresh water washdown
7gpm/100psi salt washdown
Clear livewell lids
4 electric reel outlets
34 rod holders
2 heavy duty swivel rod holders
All gunnel rod holders reinforced with backing plates
Full boat cover
600’ of anchor rode
Blue Underwater Lights



2005 Yamaha F250s with 1200 hours
Run flawlessly
Midsections are perfect
Just serviced; timing belts, filters, oil, water pump, spark plugs, cowling gaskets, trim cylinders resealed, etc

Located in Miami, FL
SOLD
Custom Trailer Available

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Old 01-18-2020, 11:11 AM
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Is the fuel fill on the deck behind the leaning post?
Old 01-19-2020, 02:42 PM
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Originally Posted by DLG4354 View Post
Is the fuel fill on the deck behind the leaning post?
No, thanks for the question. I had the boat plumbed for an on deck livewell. I have a 50 gal well that fits perfectly in the place of the tackle station.



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Old 01-29-2020, 07:33 PM
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Better on-deck livewell picture; there is a custom made pad that sits under it to protect the gelcoat.


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Does anyone know which parts are used in the pic for that livewell system? I asked the OP and he didn't know exact brand and part numbers. Free bump of OP to ask about flush mounts and fittings for that setup! GLWS that's a clean 31!
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The flush mount parts on the floor are perko 1" and 1.5" deck fittings. The yellow parts are quick connect fittings. Banjo fittings makes the same thing. its two pieces. one screws into the floor and then the hose side clamps on to the part that screws on to the floor.

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Boat just got a full detail, ready for new owner.
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How much fuel can she hold?
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Originally Posted by Lowerkeys View Post
How much fuel can she hold?
Boat holds 300 gallons

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