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Old 07-26-2020, 12:08 PM
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From the Pursuit Brochure:

L.O.A. w/ Pulpit 32'8"
L.O.A. w/o Pulpit 30'10"
Beam 10'6"
Draft (w/ Prop) 3'3"
Fuel Capacity 210 U.S. gal.
Sleeping Capacity 4
Approximate Dry Weight 10,600 lbs.
Holding Tank Capacity 9 U.S. gal
Water Capacity 30 U.S. gal.
Deadrise 21°
Clearance w/ Hardtop/Arch 10'6" 3.20M

This boat is in fantastic condition, never fished, has a/c and cockpit refrigerator, Teak and Holly flooring and is constantly maintained and upgraded. Asking $110,000.
I am the second owner of this boat , I have owned it since 2003. Located on the North Shore of Long Island in Mattituck.

Engine room: Powered by twin Cummins 4BTA - 250 hp engines with 670 hours as of 7/26/2020. Two years ago I removed the engines for maintenance, heads were pulled and both engines had valve jobs, all components checked. At that time both engines received new idler pulleys and belts and hoses. Both after coolers checked and failed so new Bowman after coolers ( Cummins after coolers are NLA) were installed retaining the Cummins air heat system. I also removed both raw water pumps and installed a Jabsco raw water pump, belt driven off the front crankshaft mounted on a stainless steel bracket. It works flawlessly and makes maintenance a breeze compared to the stock Sherwood pumps. New SBMAR engine mounts all around , engine vent system, and all new bronze thru hulls were also installed at the waterline. Two new Interstate marine Group 27 batteries installed

Over the past several years:
-Bottom blasted and barrier coated, painted with two coats of hard bottom paint and painted yearly with ablative paint, new boot tape applied.
-New cutlass bearings, new shaft couplings with new Issoflex vibration isolators.
-Both elbows rebuilt and ceramic coated.
-New Tides Marine shaft and rudder seals, with new housings in engine room.
-New RayMarine electronics installed in new custom fabricated aluminum dash including: Quantum Radar, C 127 MFD, Ray 60 VHF, FLIR 232 on custom folding mast with two LED spot/flood lights for cockpit lighting.
-New RayMarine cockpit cam installed
-New switches installed for electronics.
-New vent window openers/standoffs.
-Grab handle installed on transom for boarding from swim platform.
-Foredeck re-cored with Coosa and new custom windlass mount/deck guard installed.
-All new cockpit coaming padding.
-New canvas and cockpit cover. Side plexiglass fastens to overhead instead of being rolled up.
- Currently installing a custom crash pump /winterizing/ engine flushing system.
- Vetus manual spotlight above the helm.
-New mirror in head.
-New plexiglass in overhead cabin hatches with custom covers.
-New Drawer and storage compartment installed behind helm, sink removed.
-All new interior cushions.
- fuel tanks polished.





























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Old 07-29-2020, 03:08 PM
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Dang-- beautiful boat! Can you drive it out to Redondo Beach, CA?! If you were to buy it, what things would you fix up or upgrade? Surprising how quiet the engines are. I have been on a couple and they rattled my teeth. Thanks! Bill
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Originally Posted by MrBill1963 View Post
Dang-- beautiful boat! Can you drive it out to Redondo Beach, CA?! If you were to buy it, what things would you fix up or upgrade? Surprising how quiet the engines are. I have been on a couple and they rattled my teeth. Thanks! Bill
Thank you Bill. What else would I do? I am just about finished installing a "crash pump" system using the engine raw water pumps to also suck out bilges in an emergency. I can also use them to winterize and flush out each engine. Had a hard time finding the hose I wanted. Will post pictures when I am done. I don't know whats next. I always find something. Maybe just enjoy it!
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what due you cruise at great looking boat
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Originally Posted by Adjuster56 View Post
what due you cruise at great looking boat
Thanks. I cruise at 2400 RPM which gives me 23/24 KTS and my seasonal fuel burn is less than 8 GPH total.
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Here are some pictures of the mast with the LED spot/flood lights and the FLIR mounted. The mast folds forward when needed.





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A gen set or just shore power AC?
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Originally Posted by scottdd1 View Post
A gen set or just shore power AC?
No gen set.
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Almost done with my emergency bilge pump/ engine flush/ winterizing set up. The storm put me back a couple of days! I just have to put the hoses in from the valves to the "Y" fittings in the main suction lines. I will be able to use two engines if needed to pump bilges in the engine room, or one engine to pump the cabin or aft compartment. The valves are mounted on the aft engine room bulkhead and are easy to reach when needed.





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Finished installing the crash pump/ flushing system. Turned out great. Just pull off the dust covers and connect those green suction hoses. Open the valve and close the valve on the sea strainer to suck thru the crash pumps. Thanks to my friend Dan for putting me onto Banjo Valve Co. Fittings.





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Test run of the crash pump system. No problems!



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You contacted me regarding my price range, has there been any adjustment in price by wife and I are ready to purchase a 30. Thanks, Les
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I am sorry to all that have contacted me about the boat. At present we are taking the boat off the market for a few reasons. I can't find a replacement that doesn't need a ton of work, and we are going to help our son out with a house purchase.

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