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Old 01-10-2015, 03:46 PM
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Default 25 foot Seavee high-tec 2009 Suzuki 250 REDUCED 33,000(Brand NewTrailer!!)

Ok here we go. I have finally decided to sell my baby. This boat has been one of the best fishing boats I have had the pleasure to own. But it is time to move up and get a little bigger and a little better. Whom ever is the lucky next owner will get and legendary hull and a smooth ride. Everything works perfect on the boat. There are some imperfections like scratches in gelcoat inside the boat and on the hull . There are only two stress cracks on whole boat. This is a serious fishing boat and that is what it has done since new. This boat could be back to showroom quality with very minimal time and money. This boat has had 2 owners it's since new. My dad was the first and then I bought it from him so every fishing trip and every equipment instillation and screw hole I know about.
1996 25 seavee (high-tec) 25 deg
2009 Suzuki 250 DF(600hrs)
New hydraulic steering in 2009 (seastar)
Bennett trim tabs
COBIA tower
2015 venture custom 7100 lb float on trailer . Torsion axles
Brand new super slam adjustable outrigger bases with new 15 foot poles and 8 foot shotgun
Furuno fcv-620. With airmar 1kw transom mount transducer
Standard horizon VHF
Guess battery charger(NEW)
(Fusion ms-ra205 marine radio NEW)
(NEW 6*9 infinity marine speakers)
Brand NEW marine wiring and 2 new 1000 cca interstate marine batteries with perko switch
Batteries were in back just moved inside console
2 New rule 1100 and 800gph bildge pumps
I have pressure checked fuel tanks and replaced all fuel lines and fuel tree with new ethanol friendly gas lines
$32,000 obo please call am willing to negotiate with in reason
I have had this boat 70 miles offshore fishing for tuna and in a foot of water catching trout. It rides over 3 foot chop like a 30 footer.
The boat is located on the Eastern Shore of Va
My cell number is 757-999-4021. Please keep calls to reasonable times.
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Old 01-10-2015, 04:00 PM
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I have more pics of the boat but having trouble getting them on thread. Give me a little time will figure it out
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Old 01-10-2015, 05:36 PM
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Old 01-10-2015, 06:47 PM
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Does this hull have a bracket?
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Old 01-10-2015, 06:51 PM
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Great hull, hate those roller trailers for the painfully obvious reason.
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Old 01-10-2015, 07:39 PM
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Great boat. I can personally vouch for it since I have been in it more times than I can count. Good luck with the sale!
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Please post more pics.
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Old 01-10-2015, 11:43 PM
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No bracket. Has the cut stern for single engine. Yes the roller marks look bad but come right off. As soon as I can get more pics loaded I will.
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what is your fuel capacity and cruise #s on a long range trip?
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Two 60 gallon tanks. Loaded down 4 people, ice etc offshore trip I'm seeing 1.8 to 2mpg depending on seas. Try to keep around 3800 or around.
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Could someone assist me in getting more pics on here. Everytime I try to put more in it just post 1 pic.
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Send me what you want posted. I deleted the other email.
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Here ya go.
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Thank you very much copout!!
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Old 01-11-2015, 07:52 PM
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Nice hull! I have he same vintage contender and the ride is awesome. Good luck with the sale, very interested in what the rig will bring$$$$
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Here's some more pictures from OP and rotated in the proper direction to boot
https://www.activefisherman.com/1996...avee-sale.html
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Thank you Crazybeard for the help. This helps greatly and will give more people pics to look at.
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Nice boat!
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New price $ 40000!! Got new boat in sight. Need this one gone.
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All those guys on THT clamoring for a SeaVee/Whitewater/Contender 25 "Project" ought to crunch the numbers, both time spent as well as cash out the door. Buy this one and fish tomorrow or roll the dice and fish a year or two with the same amount of cash out. Just my 2 cents.
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