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Old 08-25-2014, 05:06 PM
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SOLD Its time for me to put my bay boat up for sale. I have three boats now and I need to make room for a new one. I never thought I would sell this one because it is so versatile and for me it’s a fishermans dreamboat. There is not much it can’t do and I keep all of my boats in great condition and always have them upgraded when needed (over $10K in upgrades in last year). I have had this boat 40 miles offshore catching countless pelagic fish and it will float in 8=10 inches of water to get you to the skinny water redfish spots. This design is generally considered a west coast style boat but living on the Indian River on the east coast it’s great for inshore and offshore fishing. Because of how wide the beam is, it is probably one of the most stable fishing platforms you will ever fish on. I regularly fish with two people on the bow and you never have to worry about getting in each other’s way. The height of the foredeck is like having a built in casting platform, which makes it awesome for sight fishing for reds or fly-fishing. The stand up console makes it great for the wife or kids if you want to have a porta-potty.

Boat is located in Vero Beach, Florida
Call or email with any questions. 772-559-5570 (No Brokers Please)

I will consider a 16-18 foot flats skiff as partial trade.

Continental aluminum I-beam tandem axle trailer.

Awlgrip ice blue paint with all white gel coat interior and topsides
8 foot Power pole with remote (2013)
(4) JL Audio 8.8 speakers with JL Audio MHD600 amp (2013)
Aquatic AV stereo with IPod integration and remote control on dash (2013)
Simrad NSS12 Touch Screen GPS/MFD (2013)
Navionics Chart Card (2013)
BSM 2 structure scan (2013)
Ocean LED Amphibian A12 Pro underwater lights (Blue)
RGBW color changing under gunnel lights with remote (2013)
Tackle storage for 8 Plano boxes
Custom pop up seating mounted on port and starboard sides of helm seat for bottom fishing
Custom t=top with access for upper station.
New two color Weblon top (2014) blue bottom/white top
New upholstery on helm seat and forward cushion (2014)
Custom covers for helm/console and helm seat that are color matched (2014)
Evinrude ETEC 250 with matching color stickers (approximately 600 hours)
6 Rod holders in gunnels
4 rod holders on helm seat
4 rod holders on T-top
Lenco trolling tabs are installed but I don’t use them because they suck for a boat this big.
Custom windshield
4 batteries
Three point Davit lift hardware
Battery Charger
Combing bolsters

This write up below is from the manufacturer:

The Outcast 24 has a 9’3’ beam which offers a stable fishing and casting platform. An 8” to 10” draft sets the Outcast 24 apart from the rest. Fish-ability is the most important feature. Four anglers can enjoy a roomy 20-24” deep cockpit or cast from one of the biggest decks in the industry. Easy access, endless storage and low maintenance are just a few key attributes of the Outcast 24.
The “stand up” console accommodates a head, which is another rare feature that makes the Outcast 24 a better family boating experience. Waders will appreciate the convenience and ease of Porta Bracket Swim Platform. The Porta bracket has a 17” vertical travel allowing motoring into flats without tilting the motor up and losing maneuverability. The Outcast 24 is a Semi-Custom built boat. A Vacuum Bagged 1” Core Cell, Kevlar vinyl ester hand-laid hull bottom gives rock solid feel at half the weight of a solid laminate.
Equipment includes (1) 2000 Bilge Pump with Flat Switch, (1) 800 GPH Bait Pump with bronze high speed pick up and shut off valve, (3) 6” pull up cleats, (6) Rod Holders, (2) Stainless Grab Rails, (2) Heavy duty batteries with heavy duty switch, (1) Custom switch panel, (1) Ritchie compass, horn, salt water wash down, bait well light, heavy duty vinyl rub rail with insert, sea star hydraulic steering system, tachometer, fuel and trim gages, controls, stainless steel steering wheel with speed knob, aluminum leaning post seat with fold down foot rest and grab rail.

Specifications
L.O.A.
23'9"
Beam
9'3"
Draft
8"-10" Depending Upon Equipment and Engine
Displacement
2,500 lbs
Dead Rise
8 Degrees
Maximum Horsepower
300 HP
Cruising Speed
35 MPH with 250 HP
Maximum Speed
55 MPH with 250 HP
Fuel Capacity
85 Gallons
Live Well
55 Gallons
Fish Box
130 Gallons
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Old 08-26-2014, 07:47 AM
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One more picture from the brochure.
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Old 08-27-2014, 07:32 PM
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I have had some calls and answered some questions. I would consider an offer to sell the boat without the motor.
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Old 08-28-2014, 12:22 PM
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I read your post. Thought I would offer a trade. I have a 2012 218 DLV Elite series with all the bells and whistles, powered by a 2012 Suzuki 140 4-stroke and sitting on a aluminum single axle trailer. I love my boat but would like to have something a little more comfortable for the 30 - 40 mile runs when the skinny water fish have lock jaw. I have a around 40K with all my upgrades so I would only be interested in a trade. Thanks for considering.
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Just re-read. I thought it said 37K not 47K. Thanks anyway.
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Old 08-29-2014, 05:57 AM
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is this the old tcraft hull?
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Old 08-29-2014, 09:12 PM
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This one is not a T-craft but the hull bottom was taken and then modified from the T-craft. Strike Yachts in Perry Florida is the current builder.
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I don't think the fish stand a chance with that boat. GLWS
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Old 09-02-2014, 07:21 AM
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Monday bump for Snook season
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Old 09-16-2014, 09:24 PM
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BTT I'm getting antsy for my new boat so this one needs a new home first.
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What is the price of the boat without the motor? I am very interested and headed to FL in a few weeks where I could look at it. it is a Beautiful Boat!!!
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Flounder queen, The boat is located in Vero Beach, FL $34k without the motor/controls. Feel free to call or email. my contact details are listed above.
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Old 09-24-2014, 01:24 PM
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I just have to say after wiping the drool from my keyboard , I really like this boats look and layout


I just refurbished my dream boat: 1995 19ft Hewes Tunnel Drive : Stem to stern including a brand new DF140 Suzuki :

wishing I owned this boat instead





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Tarpon, Let me know if your interested in working out a trade? I am looking to downsize to a skiff because I already have a twin engine offshore boat.
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Originally Posted by a1amarine View Post
Tarpon, Let me know if your interested in working out a trade? I am looking to downsize to a skiff because I already have a twin engine offshore boat.
Come On JM...just be a 3 boat owner and spring for the Maverick 18HPX.
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BTT, I'm getting anxious to order a new boat.
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Boat was sold without motor. Anyone interested in a 2006 ETEC 250 with 600hours let me know.
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