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Old 06-17-2013, 07:15 AM   #1
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Default SOLD - 2008 Trophy 2103 - Boston, MA - SOLD

2008 Trophy 2103 - Mercury 200 OptiMax - Karavan Aluminum Trailer


Boat is sold and delivered to its new owner.

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Old 06-17-2013, 10:17 AM   #2
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Hi, Beautiful boat. I have money and importer ready to go. Please email me ASAP and I will give you a call. My email address is [email protected] I look forward to hearing from you. Mark
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like the trim tabs were installed in the wrong location.
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Old 06-19-2013, 09:51 AM   #5
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like the trim tabs were installed in the wrong location.
That is the same place the ones on mine were mounted.

The 2103 is a great little boat. The family and I had a lot of good times on ours.

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Old 06-19-2013, 06:41 PM   #6
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...it looks like the trim tabs were installed in the wrong location.

If you would like to buy the boat you can re-install the trim tabs wherever you please. They are factory installed Lencos and work just fine. Thanks for your interest!
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Great looking boat. Is there seating for 6? How many people would you say you could comfortably fish? What kind of performance numbers / gph / mpg are you getting cruise / WOT, etc. GLWS.
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Sorry for the slow reply, I have been away on vacation.

The boat easily seats 6. 2 on the cushioned bow platform, 2 at the leaning post, 2 on the transom bench seat.

I can easily fish with 4 people total, any more than that and it's pretty crowded.

The boat will reach 43 MPH at WOT of 5500 RPM. I would have to run some tests to come up with those other numbers. With less than 110 hours of use over 3+ seasons fuel consumption has been pretty minimal. The 200 OptiMax is every bit as fuel efficient as a comparable 200 HP 4-stroke.
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Had the boat out for a few hours this week. Looks like a comfortable cruise is 36 MPH at 9.4 GPH for 3.8 MPG.

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Very nice boat, Trophy continually improves their boats. I had a 23' that was great and never had any stress cracks.
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The weather has been great. The fishing not so good.

Boat will be in the water until October 9.
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Here is some discussion of the same type boat...

http://www.thehulltruth.com/showthre...errerid=221374
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Here is some discussion of the same type boat...

http://www.thehulltruth.com/showthre...errerid=221374
From the "discussion"-
Anything over 2-3 and your soaking wet if your trimmed bow down for better ride....you can let the bow come up for a dryer ride but the ride will suffer.....we have yet to find a happy medium in this boat.

Hmmm, a 21' boat in 2-3 foot chop. Yep that may a little wet and rough.
I really like this boat, a head is a mandatory item as far as I'm concerned. I wish I had the money to make an offer. GL
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I appreciate you guys bumping my ad but the boat is put away for the winter now and buried under 2 feet of snow. I will re-list it in the Spring.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like the trim tabs were installed in the wrong location.
They install them on the inboard flat area to avoid having the port one directly below the boarding ladder. You'll see them like that on quite a few brands, mine included. They work just as well there. Downside is it makes it impossible to get clean water for a transom-mount transducer.
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Boat is sold to another THTer. Thanks for your interest.
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