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Old 09-28-2020, 08:39 AM
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Default Twin Vee 22 w/ 2015 F115's

New batteries, cables, Perkos, Seastar hydraulic steering hoses in 2019.
2015 Yamaha 115's serviced annually and in excellent condition. About 300 hours.
1999 Hull.
Trailer included.
Garmin GPS.
Removable livewell
Perfect boat for coastal fishing: Shallow draft for specks and reds, Great for rig fishing as well.

She is now on a trailer and located in Baton Rouge.

$29,000

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Old 09-28-2020, 08:50 AM
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Does it have the original fuel tanks?

What is the fuel capacity?

Do you have any pictures of the wiring, and pics of inside the console and bilge.

Is the trailer in good enough shape to make it to Houston? How old are the tires, leaf springs, etc.

What is the cruise speed, and top end speed?

What is the model of Garmin electronics?
Old 09-29-2020, 08:57 AM
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The fuel tanks are original above deck and @ 40gal each.

I don't have any pictures of the wiring currently, but can get by the boat and send some next week if you are very interested. The console wiring is behind an insert, so not easily visible.

I can't tell you the exact age of components but the trailer has been consistently maintained and could easily make a trip to Houston today. We pull it from Grand Isle to BR a couple of times a year which is about 3 hours. That said, this is not an overbuilt trailer set up for long haul trips. The padding on the guide bunks was replaced last month.

Cruise speed loaded is about 26-27 kts getting @ 2nm/gal. Probably a knot or two better on the way in from offshore trips. I honestly don't know what the top end is but she isn't going to win any races. The F115s have been a great match for the hull. TV's need to stay light to keep the air cushion under them and this one does that well.

Don't know what model Garmin it is, but it's very basic. We don't really need it to get where we are going in our area most of the time.
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