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Old 03-30-2013, 07:28 PM
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HELLO, I am contemplating selling my 25 SEA VEE DIESEL. The boat is built in 1997 and is the HIGH TEC version no wood construction. The boat and floors are solid as a rock, no bottom paint, original gelcoat still shines. The boat came from the factory with a 210 HP VOLVO six cylinder diesel 1 1/2 shaft. I planned to replace the volvo with the Yanmar 315 HP that is pictured in the boat now. The following items will go with the boat,
Yanmar 315 Hp (low hours), brand (new ZF 63A) Transmission, New motor mounts, New wiring harness, New Yanmar control Panel and gauges still in box, New aluminum motor beds, spare 1 1/2 stainless shaft, fuel flow gauge and assembly (racor). The volvo will go with the boat it is complete but needs rebuild if you would like to put it back in. The boat sits on a super clean LOAD MASTER torsion axle trailer, brakes on one axle. Steering is hydraulic, PSS dripless shaft seal.
PRICE $21,000.00 Please serious inquires only. You can reach me at (561) 723-4864
The boat is in West Palm Beach, FL. stored inside.
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Just what I'm looking for except I want a center with cuddy. Wish you were closer to the Chesapeake bay.
Nice boat!
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Can you send me some more pics bob_the_fish19@yahoo.com I'm in pompano very interested. Where is the livewell located? Good looking boat
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Why did you have this for sale last July!?!?! God I am drooling over this
Old 03-31-2013, 01:55 PM
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No it was never listed for sale before. I am now having second thoughts about selling it. They are almost impossible to find in this shape and year. The problem i have, is finding the time to finish it.
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Someone will get a fantastic little boat and the Yanmar is a good upgrade. GLWS!!!
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If it's a matter of time to get it done, find one of your friends or someone to help you out with finishing it. I'm sure a couple 12paks will go a long way. I wouldn't sell this if I was you, I woul be all over this if I didn't have a new boat
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Love this boat.
Old 03-31-2013, 03:58 PM
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No it was never listed for sale before. I am now having second thoughts about selling it. They are almost impossible to find in this shape and year. The problem i have, is finding the time to finish it.
Good God man. Find the time or take your time. Just don`t sell it. Perfect local boat. We all know it. So do you. Should turn some nice numbers. You may never find that again. I`ve fished on a 29 330 ib and if that boat is half as sweet and faster...well dip me in butterscotch pudding.
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Shit, that's a good deal.
Seavee, yanmar, little bit of work, 21k.
I do not need another, I do not need another, I do not need another...........
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Do you have the back deck plate and everything needed as far as steering and all? Super sweet rig definitely interested, ill be back in florida the 26th If its available still id like to see it. If you decide to keep it make a thread so we can see the perfomance numbers! sweet rig
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I'm very interested in this project but I have a couple of questions if you don't mind:

- Is the Yanmar bolted down to the engine beds? If not, do the current beds "fit" the Yanmar or do new sections of aluminium need to be fabricated/installed?

- How much prop "tip" clearance" did you have with the Volvo 210 and what size wheel were you swinging with the 210? I assume that you don't have a prop at this point for the 315?

- Exhaust? What size exchaust is currently in-place? As I recall the 315 takes a 5" exhaust ..... is this correct?

- And what year was the 315 built? How many hours on the engine? Any work/repair history on the valves?

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Old 04-03-2013, 03:22 PM
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This is a good deal. Is there something that does not meet the eye ? Why did it stop at the Yanmar sitting on the engine beds ?
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No it was never listed for sale before. I am now having second thoughts about selling it. They are almost impossible to find in this shape and year. The problem i have, is finding the time to finish it.
Machinery15, Unless your changing to another kind of boat or size, I'd think twice about selling that boat, your not going to find a boat in that class build like that anymore, hell not even SeaVee makes the line anymore.
I would send that boat over to "Line X" and have it refinish, and your done with an awesome rig. Especially, with fuel the way it is, you know your boat is the way of the future with fuel economy.
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Chris, exh diameter is 4" but the 6lp is very back pressure sensitive so run length is critical. Plus if you stay with 4" you probably can't run a muffler and stay in spec. The other thing that is critical with that engine is .exh height above water line. Shouldn't be an issue but needs to be accounted for....

I wish this boat was up North. Cool project!
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Chris, exh diameter is 4" but the 6lp is very back pressure sensitive so run length is critical. Plus if you stay with 4" you probably can't run a muffler and stay in spec. The other thing that is critical with that engine is .exh height above water line. Shouldn't be an issue but needs to be accounted for....

I wish this boat was up North. Cool project!
Good morning. I thought the Volvo 41p (current engine) used a 4" exhaust so it's good to know that the Yanmar could possibly use the same 4" but I think that I would change over to a 5" and at the same time, move the exhaust outlet to the starboard side of the centerline.

And you are also correct on the "elevation" of the exhaust riser. It looks like the old Volvo might have taken a few drinks of saltwater since it doesn't have a surge tube nor a elevation from the turbo.
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Sweet rig. If I didnt have a 29 diesel Id be all over it! Good luck with the sale!
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I have a '96 Seavee, but it's a gas inboard rather than a diesel. It's essentially the same boat - same length, same High Tec hull, same color, same deck layout, etc. etc. I love it!

The only thing I would change if I had the opportunity would be to have a diesel, even though the gas engine has been fantastic.

Knowing what I know now, I would snatch this up in a heartbeat at that price, and if I already owned it, I would definitley keep it.

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You still selling this? I'll snatch it up right quick when I come home on Wednesday.
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no he isnt selling it i called him as soon as he listed it and said he was keeping it....im looking for a 25 seavee or contender if anyone has one bob_the_fish19@yahoo.com

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