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Old 08-20-2013, 08:27 PM
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Default Freeman 33 Hull #1 for SALE

I am selling my Freeman 33 hull #1. Its been a good boat but I am ready for a new boat. It only has what you need and no extra fluff. Its not in yacht condition as it has been a charter boat its entire life. But I give it a 8.5 on a scale of 10 on cosmetics and a 9.2 on mechanical. Right now the boat is at Duvics for the engines to get a through going over. And the word was fix anything that you see suspect. It will leave there with a clean bill of health. A complete maintenance history can be provided. I am asking 140K for it.

The list of equipment:
-300HP Suzuki's 600 hours on rebuilt power heads, 2500 hours on meter typically run them to 3500 hours so plenty of life left in them
-Rupp Z30 outrigger bases with 18 ft Rupp aluminum outriggers
-Lower unit and engine oil changed religiously every 100 hours
-300 gallons of fuel can fish Marco Polo on a day trip
-2 Furuno Navnet VX2 10.4 displays with digital compass to overlay the radar over the chart
-Icom MC504 VHF just installed a week ago
-6K open array radar
-1K Airmar tilted element transducer
-Recirculator in live well to keep bait alive overnight in the marina
-Two electric reel outlets just rewired with 6 gauge wire and on a separate circuit breaker (Hubble twist Lock outlets)
-Just installed LD marine 0 degree swivel rod holder for daytime sword fishing and deep dropping
-Spare left and right 16X21 props
-Spare left and right lower units
-Spare cowling
-Misc. spare parts
-BONUS: all passes are marked with very close waypoints to get you through the fog with little worry about running aground
-Boat is ready for immediate turnover and I will hand it over with a full tank of fuel.
I can be reached via email at relentlesssportfishing@yahoo.com or by phone at 504 715 6597.

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Old 08-20-2013, 10:19 PM
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Amazing boat
Old 08-21-2013, 12:13 AM
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Oh Snap! Hull #1!!!!! Somebody's gonna scoop this thing up quick.
Old 08-21-2013, 04:25 AM
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Originally Posted by 85diver View Post
Oh Snap! Hull #1!!!!! Somebody's gonna scoop this thing up quick.
X2.
And how man times do you see Freeman's for sale?

Very nice boat OP!
Old 08-21-2013, 05:44 AM
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Uh-oh!
Old 08-21-2013, 06:18 AM
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What are you in the market for? Another cat?
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Spent all day Sunday looking at this boat. It's beautiful and will make a very nice fishing platform for years to come. The bow on hull #1 was SLIGHTLY lower than the others, and it has a unique, very aggressive look that's unmatched. Good luck Mike. My guess is that it will be sold by the weekend.
Old 08-21-2013, 07:16 AM
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A serious buyer can ride along on my fri-sat charter for a sea trail.
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This won't last long, glws
Old 08-21-2013, 08:42 AM
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Whats next? Another 33 or a 37?
Old 08-21-2013, 10:06 AM
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Still undecided what boat the next Relentless will be.
Old 08-21-2013, 12:30 PM
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What year is the hull?
Old 08-21-2013, 12:58 PM
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It was built end of 07 It was delivered around the beginning of 08.
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What is your average fuel mpg?
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With a charter load which is 85 gallons of livewell water 3-6 guys and 300-400lbs of ice. I am running 34kts at 4500 rpm and getting about 1.2NMPG. Generally at cruise it's 29-31GPH depending on load.
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Thank you for not being cute with the spelling of your boats name. Like a breath of fresh air.
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Originally Posted by Double tyme View Post
Thank you for not being cute with the spelling of your boats name. Like a breath of fresh air.

say whutt ?? ;?
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"Reel"entless as opposed to dictionary spelling "relentless". Not a fan of the done to death nautical terms incorporated into boat names.

But that's just me.

Beautiful boat regardless.
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I have fished this boat with Mike. It fishes great and the ride is out of this world.

If i ever buy another big boat it will be a freeman.

If you want to buy this boat, you should take Mike up on his seatrail trip. It will be a very educational day, about the boat and fishing.
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Just saw it driving up Lapalco Blvd. Is it sold?

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