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2009 37 Spectre Sportfish Diesel LOA 36’ 8”

Old 11-01-2017, 02:36 PM
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Default 2009 37 Spectre Sportfish Diesel LOA 36’ 8”

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Price $179,900.

Engines
Twin Yanmar 6LPA-STZP2 315 HP, 1051 hours, maintained with an open checkbook, maintenance records available. The engines have Walker Airsep air filters and oil return system, which keeps the turbo housing from getting gunked up with oil approximately $2000 to upgrade over the standard Yanmar foam air filters. The engines are fed fuel from a FASS 95 GPH fuel pressurization/filtration/water and air removal system. They have also been converted from through prop to through hull exhaust with mufflers, improving planing time, fuel economy and top speed. I removed the engines from the boat several times to clean and service them, the last time they were out, all of the heat exchangers and intercoolers were professionally cleaned and were reinstalled with all new gaskets and hardware. I have also added Exhaust Gas Temperature Senders, Boost Pressure Senders as the factory ones are not accurate. Sea Water Pressure sensors to monitor flow and pressure. The engines also have Maretron Fuel Flow sensors which measure incoming and returning fuel flow and temperature to provide highly accurate consumption information. The engines perform as when they were new if not better.

Drives
Bravo 1 X Diesel drives, they were professionally rebuilt last year with 900 hours of use. They did not fail but I prefer to fix things before they break, some of the gears were showing signs of wear so they were rebuilt at BAM Marine with all new gears, bearings, and seals. Shafts and cases were checked and in excellent condition.

Electronics
The boat is equipped with nearly all of the latest electronics. Twin Garmin 16” touchscreen displays, Garmin Autopilot with smart pump, Garmin Radar, Chirp, side view, down view and Panoptix transducers, Garmin electronic displays, Maretron electronic displays, Icom VHF radio, Maretron weather station which provides air temp and humidity, wind speed and direction, barometric pressue.
Model numbers of installed equipment:
2x 7616XSV Multi Function Display
2x GMI20 Marine Instrument
GHP Reactor Autopilot and display
GMR 404 Radar
GT51M-TH DV/SV/600w Chirp
PS30 Panoptix
GPS 19x GPS Antenna
Garmin Wireless RF Remote
ICOM M506 VHF Radio
2x Maretron DSM150 Multi Function Color Display
Maretron WSO100 Weather Station

Stereo System
Fusion MS-UD-750 Head Unit
Fusion MS-NRX200i Remote Control
2x Wetsounds SD6 Amplifier
6x JL Audio M880-CCX-CG-WH Cockpit Coaxial Speakers
2x JL Audio M880-ETXv3-SG-WH Tower Coaxial Speakers
2x JL Audio M-MCPv3-MC Mastercraft Mounts for Tower Speakers
4x JL Audio M10IB5-CG-WH Infinite Baffle Subwoofers
2x JL Audio M770-CCS-CG-WH Cockpit Component Speakers
Needless to say the system is top of the line and exceptionally loud and clear.

Boat
10 Rodholders in the gunwales
8 Rodholders across the back of the T-top and 3 on the lower brace
Livewell with Rule Tournament Series 1600 GPH pump
3 fishboxes two aft and one forward all with macerator pumps that dump overboard
Tecma porcelain bowl toilet with holding tank and overboard discharge
47 Gallon Freshwater tank
57 Gallon Forward Fuel Tank
257 Gallon Main Fuel Tank
Fresh and saltwater wash down systems
2 Group 31 Sears (Odyssey) AGM Engine Batteries
4 Group 24 Sears (Odyssey) AGM House Batteries
2 Group 31 XS Power XP3000 AGM House Battteries
BEP/Blue Sea Systems Battery switch clusters with VSR relays
Cabelas Pro Sport 20 battery charger
Groco Sea Strainers for engine cooling water
Mercury Racing 280s K-Plane Trim Tabs
Livorsi mechanical indicators for Drives and Tabs
Lewmar V700 Windlass with bow and helm controls
Ultra Marine UA8-18 18lb Polished Stainless Steel Anchor
Ultra Marine Flip Swivel and Bow Roller
30’ of stainless 5/16 chain, 300’ of 5/8 8 plait anchor rode
Helm is equipped with two captains chairs with flip up bolsters
GEMLUX Bluewater steering wheel with knob
Seastar Hydraulic steering
Teleflex i6000 Electronic throttle and shift system
Rigid 10” LED combo light
Rigid Dually D2 flood lights fore and aft cockpit spreader lighting
Rigid Dually D2 driving lights aft facing
Under Gunwale red and RGB lighting
Lumitec Halo red/blue/white courtesy lights
Lumitec red/white helm station light
4x Lumitec SeablazeX blue/white LED underwater lights
2x Seavision SV20 Xenon underwater lights
LED Nav lights
Taco Grand Slam 280 outriggers with Aluminum Poles
Forward seating/sunpad with high low table, and large dry storage under seats
Rear aft facing seat/sunpad
Swim platform with fold out boarding ladder underneath
Sea Dek pads on entire deck and forward/aft gunwales, extra thick helm pad
Sunbrella covers for helm seat and console and rear seat
Full two piece Sunbrella boat cover
Head inside the console with a small sink/shower combo, coat hooks for all the stuff
Large deck storage lockers on either side of the console.

Performance
30 MPH 2.3 – 2.6 MPG*
40 MPH 2.0 – 2.4 MPG*
50 MPH 1.8 – 2.0 MPG*
WOT 55 – 60 MPH*
*depends on conditions, load, and which props are on.
Usable range is approximately 600 Miles.

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Wow, beautiful boat. GLWS
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,,, interesting .....
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That's a cool boat..GLWS
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what a neat boat ! GLWS. That range is amazing.
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A m a z i n g!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Def one of its own ! Never seen one like this before.

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Amazing economy and performance!
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Absolutely gorgeous boat with some incredible economy. Someone will be getting a gen, GLWS
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To anyone interested in this boat I can guarantee there is not a more well kept 37 spectre out there.

I have spoken with pas on a few occasions when I was trying to purchase one and even tried to take this one off his hands a few times but the timing was right.

Good luck with the sale pas and if you know about these boats you will know this will likely sell quickly.
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2.4 MPG at 40mph! This incredible, GLWS
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Sick boat!! With diesel the need to pull for fuel savings goes out the window! What’s next?
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That is a beautiful rig, I don't think a 2018 would be any cleaner. Impressive numbers too. Good luck with the sale
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Wow thanks for all the kind words gentlemen! Hopefully it finds a new home.
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Originally Posted by Sarasota Line X View Post
Sick boat!! With diesel the need to pull for fuel savings goes out the window! What’s next?
That is quite a complement considering what is on your lift!

The diesel is a double benefit it uses a lot less fuel and diesel is almost $2 gallon cheaper at the marina where I keep it.

Next will be a 39’ Compmillenia not sure about power yet but maybe twin 350 Verado or some FPT 570 diesels and Arneson drives.
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Good looking boat .

" Next will be a 39’ Compmillenia " - gonna buy something really special huh , Go pas . I've never heard a price on one but I assumed they were pricey ( in a pricey class of boat ) given Otseg's construction methods .
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If you go comp why not a pair of the 350hp yanmarr V8's? 65-70 At similar burn as your current set-up. Like you post less expensive fuel and safety as well with diesel over gas
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PAS - WHY??? there are only a few of us originall owners left... GLWS and I will miss picking your brain
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Beam ? RPM's @ 35MPH, 40MPH, 45MPH and 50MPH and WOT ?
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