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Old 05-18-2009, 06:38 PM
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Default Albemarle 24 Express SOLD

Albemarle 24 Express 2003
This is absolutely one comfortable, dry riding, fuel efficient boats of its size . Perfect for family Cruising or Off Shore fishing. Great Fun, well kept. Clean & Ready .
Extremely Fuel Efficient.

Reduced once again,36,500

Wilmington,NC.

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LOA: 25’1”
Beam: 8’
Draft: 30”
Deadrise: 24 degrees
Fuel: 118 gal.
Transom Fishbox: 20 gal.
Livewell: 20 gal.
Volvo 5.0 OSi 270 Hp (471 hrs.) Duo Prop / Jackshaft
Well maintained. Recent Tune-up/plug wires, plugs, cap, new duo-prop Recent Outdrive Preventive Maintenance check-up oil changed.
Raymarine
C80 Multifunction Navigation Display
DSM 300 digital HD Sounder
Radar
Smartpilot ST6001 Autopilot
Icom vhf radio
Navman 2100 Digital fuel flow meter
Options:
Windlass
Combing pads
Three side enclosure
Helm Chairs w/Cushions
Custom aft cover
Electric Head w/ holding tank
Lee skiff mount outriggers
Raw water washdown
Swim platform / Ladder
2004 Road King dual axle trailer w/ Disc Brakes
Motorbox seating with 4 rod holders
Fire Boy extinguisher system
Hardtop with 6 rocket launchers
AM/FM/CD w/Speakers
Spreader lights
Cockpit lights
http://www.albemarleboats.com/trailerable/248XF.html

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Old 05-18-2009, 06:51 PM
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Good luck ,,, She's a beauty
Old 05-18-2009, 06:57 PM
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Wow what a awesome boat, cant belive I havent run across this beauty before around Wrightsville
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NICE boat I would love to have one of these
Old 05-18-2009, 07:23 PM
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Often cruise Wrightville Beach, great morning BloodyMary's with a touch of "OldBay" at DockSide. We splash in at Scotts Hill Marina, rather than the Wrightsville Beach (Zoo) ramp. I can't keep that pace...
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Nice pictures! You have talent.
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Thank you ....
Old 05-19-2009, 07:08 PM
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That looks like Captain Spivey's old boat! I know he took real good care of it. Will make someone a good boat.
Old 05-19-2009, 07:22 PM
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Beautiful boat.
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Captain Spivey's boat it was. He said he was "Anial" about keeping it up. Good couple. Thanks for jumping in.

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Old 05-25-2009, 07:36 AM
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Curious how quickly a boat like this gets up on plane. As in, is it reasonable to think about pulling skiers? I'm sure its fine for tubes, but how about wakeboards and skis? Thanks anyone for info.
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Have been away for the past week, sorry for the delay in your response. The DuoProp pushes the boat on plain in about 5-6 seconds flat. Don't think you would notice one heavy skier or if it would effect the plain, she's a brute.
Appreciate the compliments from all, she's a great boat.
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Super nice Albie -- good luck with the sale.
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Would you be interested in an even trade, jk. Great looking boat, good luck.
Old 05-27-2009, 06:39 PM
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Your offer is a little too iffy yet Wellcraft lines do look mighty fine.

Thanks all, now buy this boat!
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G'Day
What would be the nearest port that your boat could be loaded onto a boat to get it to Australia so I can do some quick home work on logistics??
if you have any additional info on gear or photo's please zap them through to Targa@bigpond.net.au - I would be using the boat for off shore game fishing in Australia
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Please check your messages as I have sent you two private and you have answered neither. You are approximately 12k over high retail book with your pricing, in this economy I hope you sell it, but, I have my doubts.
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Squirmdogg, Hadn't seen any messsaages until you brought it up thanks. Barebones boat with engine and your still low. Factory options and electronis w/trailer and condition set the price according to the insurance company. Bank America adviced me on their limit prior to buying, yet I gladly paid $2k over, and less than the selling price cause I wanted it. (Clear title)
What extras items you put into a vessel like a car does not add value(maybe want).
Nothing is set in stone, If ya think this is what you'd like to have, make a reasonible offer, It's a great boat.
Thanks

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Default Big Price Drop!!

Alright Guy's, She's got to go! Adjusted the asking price yet won't turn down a reasonable offer to qualified buyers.
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