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Old 04-18-2020, 08:57 AM
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Intrepid makes a remarkable boat, high quality fit and finish and this 2004 shows well. Repowered in Aug 2018 with twin 250 Suzuki's, fly by wire controls and 6 year warranty. Motors are super quiet and push her along at 35 easily when conditions allow at 1.5 MPG.

Raymarine C127 with Color HD radome new 2017, new 600 KW ducer in 2018 and a second Simrad Go7 with stern mount tri ducer, new Simrad VHF in 2019. No AP, 2 new bait pumps, all new vinyl and complete canvas enclosure (11K) summer of 2019. Fresh and salt wash downs to clean up the deck and clean up your gear.

This boat is a beast, heavy, seaworthy and solid. Great combo of fishing and family on this platform.

Located in San Diego

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https://www.kusleryachts.com/boats-f...enter-console/







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Wow, awesome boat. How big is the bow hatch area and what is typical usage for that?

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I store a tackle bag, life jackets and our day bags in it, it’s good size. Not sit in size but will stow a lot

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Is that bench seat factory or did you have it made? I need something like that for my boat
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Factory, I don’t use it but it’s great for a cocktail cruise.
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what's the LOA with the motors tilted up? ie, what size slip does it fit into?
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Anything to hold the anchor up front, trailer, photos of live wells, WOT, MPG at cruise, thxs??
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I believe you will be at 34’ with the motors up, I can have that measurement taken. I’m in a 30 slip.

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I’ll get a photo of the live well thst is in floor, the other I use is an above deck portable that you can see in the photo with the rear seat installed. I have a steel triple axle trailer in decent shape, new brakes on 4 wheel last year, needs the bow stop re-welded on. I cruise at 30 to 32, WOT is over 50 but I dint know the number, 1.5 per gallon. The anchor is in the forward deck locker, no roller installed.

added a few photos showing anchor locker and trailer
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No pics of the anchor locker or trailer showed up. Thanks
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Sorry about that. Here they are.




The most forward hatch is the anchor locker
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Good looking boat. What kind of performance numbers are you seeing with the newer motors? How many hours on the motors? Any known issues with the boat- are all systems fully functional? Is the trailer road worthy- as in bring the boat back to Florida road worthy? Thanks.
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Motors have just under 200 hrs, oil changes completed as scheduled. I went out last weekend and ran at 35 getting 1.75 MPG. I’m waiting for a part from Bennett for the starboard trim tab, they were closed fir weeks but it’s in its way. All other systems and electronics function, new bait pumps and washdown as of this spring.

The trailer is steel and the tires and brakes are in good shape, new brakes last year, I don’t use it so as to a trans-continental trip, I cannot answer that. I was told it’s about 5K to ship it to FL.
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New trim tab pump, shines and clean. Ready for a new home.
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Lots of PM’s, low ball offers, not giving it it away as it’s prime tuna season now. Great vessel, stepping up to express style boat.
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Motors at 230 hours.

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