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Old 08-02-2018, 11:31 AM
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Default 27 Hells Bay For Sale REDUCED PRICE

27 Hell’s Bay. New Price: $70,000.00
Kevlar / Carbon Fiber Hull
200 HPDIs, 1400 hours, meticulously maintained
New Dual 12 Inch Simrad Evo 2
New Simrad Auto Pilot
New Trim Tabs
New Helm Sterring
Fusion Stereo, Boothtooth, XM Radio
2 JL Amps
2 JL 10s
2 JL 8s
6 JL 6s
Insulate Coffin Box
Large Fish Boxes, including ram under Coffin Box
2 20 Gallon Live Wells Transom
70 Gallon Live Well Floor
Underwated Lights
Undergunnel Lights
Lift Kept
Includes Trailer

NEW PRICE: $70,000.00.

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Old 08-02-2018, 12:47 PM
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Looks sharp
Old 08-02-2018, 12:54 PM
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That think is sweet. What year is it?
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Nice boat!!!
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WOW, a "true" unicorn.... Not many of those around....
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Thank for comments. Really is a great boat for our area.
Fish specks shallow, run deep 100 miles out, never pounds. Only reason for selling is want to move up to large boat for family and friends.

225 Gallon Tank. Fully loaded heavy, meaning 5 guys, 3 kids, 250 poinds ice, full fuel, etc.... Cruise: 37-40, at 4300 rpm. Fuel burn 1.5 to 1.8.

If doesn’t sell will keep.
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What year is it?
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2006 Hull

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Wow more pictures this boat is sick!
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Originally Posted by DreamCatcher14 View Post
WOW, a "true" unicorn.... Not many of those around....
No kidding! Didn't even know Hells Bay ever made a CC. She is pretty.

More pictures I found.

2005 Hells Bay 27 - Very Rare and MINT!

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Sweet ride. I looked at one down here in FL earlier this year and the one thing that bugged me was that this particular one the bottom of the hull at the transom ws not faired properly and you had to trim on of the motors to get her to ride evenly and I couldn't wrap my head around it so I passed on the deal. Have you experienced that? I could have an interest
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No, rides great.

I will I’ll get some more pics this weekend.
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Any room for a head/5 gallon bucket in the console? She truly is beautiful
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No. How configured alll batteries etc in console. This boat has so much storage you could put as many 5 gallon buckets wherever you wanted. I will take more photos to demonstrate.
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This looks very nice. I have never seen one of these before. I have a few questions forgive my ignorance.
what is the deadrise at the transom?
is this 3 peice construction?
when the engines are trimmed all the way up does the splash guard need to be removed in the cockpit?
does she come with outriggers?
can you post some more pictures inside the console, transom shot, maybe a wide shot of tge cockpit area.
what is her WOT?
can she handle the weight of 4 strokes on the back?

im very interested i just dont know much about this 27 Hells bay
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They only built 12, what hull number is this?

Do you have pictures of the transom and trim tab set up?
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Originally Posted by TunaChicks View Post
This looks very nice. I have never seen one of these before. I have a few questions forgive my ignorance.
what is the deadrise at the transom?
is this 3 peice construction?
when the engines are trimmed all the way up does the splash guard need to be removed in the cockpit?
does she come with outriggers?
can you post some more pictures inside the console, transom shot, maybe a wide shot of tge cockpit area.
what is her WOT?
can she handle the weight of 4 strokes on the back?

im very interested i just dont know much about this 27 Hells bay
OK, multiple questions, happy to answer

deadrise at transom: 25 degrees.

3 piece construction, all bonded, think Conch, massive storage

how boat is configured, the transom is lowered, attached by to latches, for engines to be all the way up. This allows for 20 gallon splash wells to be beside engines.

Does come with outriggers, however the way we mostly fish in Northern Gulf I have not used in while. Also comes with covers for helm, coffin box, and all cushions

I plan to go today and take some more photos

wideopen with current power, 48. I recently put new 19 Tempest on this boat, had 19 Mirages before, and these are the perfect prop for this boat.

in regard to weight of four strokes. yes. Specifically the new Mercury’s. Absolutely positive that 200 Yans or 200 Zukes. Sure 300 zukes would not be problem. I would put 300 V8 Mercs, that is my plan if I keep it.


For example, we have had five large men in back and no water came through. Also, the remote oil tanks are in the absolute rear of boat. So weight will not be problem.

That is my plan at some point if I keep it.

Thanks
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i heard this was for sale on here...my brother and i are the original owners and of this boat.we built every part,assembled and rigged the entire boat @ the hell's bay factory.his name is brian floyd (i'm jeff floyd)he worked there at the time.he currently operates islamarine down in islamorada.this was the last 27 that was ever built and the best one!they used to have a pocket on the transom which caused the boat to cavitate badly.every other 27 has a big,heavy patch to eliminate the pocket.my bro fixed the mold before we started our boat so it rides perfectly.if anyone has any questions about the build ask away!i have pictures of the entire process from start to finish.we hated to sell it and really enjoyed building it and fishing it...great boat!
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Originally Posted by Nsbkiter View Post
i heard this was for sale on here...my brother and i are the original owners and of this boat.we built every part,assembled and rigged the entire boat @ the hell's bay factory.his name is brian floyd (i'm jeff floyd)he worked there at the time.he currently operates islamarine down in islamorada.this was the last 27 that was ever built and the best one!they used to have a pocket on the transom which caused the boat to cavitate badly.every other 27 has a big,heavy patch to eliminate the pocket.my bro fixed the mold before we started our boat so it rides perfectly.if anyone has any questions about the build ask away!i have pictures of the entire process from start to finish.we hated to sell it and really enjoyed building it and fishing it...great boat!
Why did they quit making them? I saw one of these in person before and it was a beautiful boat.
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not to gossip but...the boat was originally designed for jose wahebe.it was slated to be the new "spanish fly" they actually built him one which i have pictures of.they also built a few 21' deep v boats called the cape sable along with the 27.when we were building this boat the owner of HB @ the time Brian was in the process of going out of business.the factory was shut down for a brief period until it was bought by the current owner Chris Peterson.my understanding of why they quit making them is that the new owner decided not to make the 21 or the 27 anymore because he wanted to keep the product lines true to their roots in the technical poling skiff market.probably a good business decision by Chris but it was not due to any problems w/ the boat.that's what i heard anyway...the only one who can answer your question directly would be Chris.
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