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Old 05-03-2021, 05:55 PM
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2012 Everglades 243CC- Morehead City, NC
  • 2012 Yamaha 300- 515 hours.
  • AmeriTrail Trailer Included- 4 new tires+rims.
  • Custom console cover and seat covers.
  • Has been kept inside for 4-6 months out of the year.
  • I have owned this boat for ~ 2.5 years. It was purchased from South Carolina where the majority of its time was spent in freshwater under a covered boathouse.
  • Fully compounded and waxed hull and interior in January of 2021 (has been done every 6-months since I have owned it)
  • Engine is rinsed with freshwater every trip
  • Full cushion set.


This has been a great boat and is truly a best in class bay boat. I have had it in tidal creeks in 18" of water and have fished it 60 miles offshore. It has spent relatively little time outside and in saltwater and shows like a 1-2 year old boat. Only selling because I just purchased another boat.

Price: $77,500















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Want to part with the trailer?
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Does it get wet in the stern when loaded down? Heard if they don’t have the pods the back gets wet
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Does it get wet in the stern when loaded down? Heard if they don’t have the pods the back gets wet
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I am not interested in splitting up the boat and the trailer. Regarding water in the stern, I have never had a problem with this. I routinely have 8 people on this boat and it is always bone dry.
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call me ay 919-369-3681 if the boat is avaible
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