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Old 09-08-2018, 04:17 PM
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Default 2005 pacific 19DV, 2009 suzuki DF175

2005 pacific boats 19DV center console
2009 suzuki DF175TZ approx 250 hrs
2010 Loadmaster Aluminum trailer, spare tire, hubs & mountFEATURES AND EQUIPMENT:
Custom anodized Caldwell Fabs T-Top with weblon fabric, six (6) rod holders
Custom powder coated aluminum electronics box
One (1) pair CE Smith’s Outrigger Rod Holders, Silver
Four (4) Perko gunwale rod holders with caps
3’ powder coated leaning post with cushion, handrail and four (4) rocket launchers
Custom made gray Sunbrella console cover
5’ bow casting platform with lockable dry storage
Bennett M80 Sport Tab hydraulic trim tabs with dash mounted rocker switch
BEP Marine 716-SQ 100a VSR Battery Distribution Cluster
Starting Battery, House Battery (in console)
(2) Lunar LED spreader lights, top-mounted
Ritchie Explorer S-53 compass
Teleflex SeaStar hydraulic steering
Fifty (50) gallon aluminum fuel tank with sender
Suzuki OEM 15x20 4-blade SS prop
Aqua World UT-29 Recirculating Bait Tank with 700gph transom-mount pump

ELECTRONICS AND RIGGING:
Garmin 3205 Chartplotter, 16meg chip, PC/data cable, GPS17 antenna
Garmin GDL-30 XM Weather Receiver & Antenna
Furuno 620 color sonar with Airmar P66 transom-mount transducer
Poly Planar 100w marine amp
ICOM M304 DSC VHF radio with 8’ Shakespeare antenna and SS top mount
Suzuki Multi-function analog tachometer
Suzuki Tilt/Trim analog gauge

Lifetime transferable manufacturer’s hull warranty
All outboard service records

boat is located on the trailer at my home in SE LA (hammond).
the following items do not work or need repair:
-navman fuel management system is kaput, needs to be removed (head unit & transducer)
-one of the spreader lights is out, i have the replacement in a box
-the bow nav lights dont work, i have a new bulb & fixture
-no speakers (they blew i never replaced them) but the amp still works
-cosmetically, this boat reveals that it has been used and used often (we have seen & done some shit together). there are many scratches, dings, and rough spots on the outer hull.

if you know about all-welded aluminum boats, and pacific boats in particular, you know that this boat is built to last many lifetimes without failure.
its not the boat for everyone...for example, its not very comfortable to booze cruise in, and i wouldnt call it fancy or flashy in any way. this is a boat made and fitted to get slimy and bloody, and/or to work its ass off.

i am proposing to sell it as-is at a reasonable discount. i've pretty much given up snapper fishing and am ready to move on to a new money pit (a camper van).
if i cant find a buyer, i'll fix everything tip top, scour and buff out the scratches/etc, and ship it up to the PNW where it's sisters are more common.
as rigged this boat is one of a kind, and is the only 19' with a 175 that the builder is aware of.

as-is price is $33,500.00 and a buyer at the price will also receive every bit of rigging, tackle, tools, etc that he cares to take.
available for sea-trial with 3 days notice (weekends please) in manchac or mandeville

more info on pacific boats here: Center Console Aluminum Boats Commercial














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When you Google "battle wagon" this boat should pop up. Awesome.
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Chris, is it self bailing? Also is the console fiberglass or aluminum?
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yes completely self bailing, deck height is above the waterline and drains thru scuppers at the transom. The deck is completely sealed but there are two access hatches one above the fuel tank sender and one in the splashwell. There is a just in case bilge pump in the void below the splashwell but I’ve never used it

the console is 3/16 aluminum with paint

good to see you Gary hope all is well
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a couple more notes

There are no holes in this boat below the waterline... trim tab mounts, pump and transducer mounts, etc are all on welded brackets.

this is likely the safest small boat you will ever pilot. The gunwales are high, the deck is above water, the sides are foam filled and the boat is light for its size. It is not hyperbole to say that this boat has saved my life on more than one occasion.

this is not a bay boat...50 miles out of Venice each way was routine for me and the only worry I ever had was gas (but at 3-5 mpg it has plenty of range). If you trout fish or otherwise need a trolling motor this is not your boat. One of the reasons it has a few war wounds is that I used it to build a camp on an offshore island, if you need a work boat, you’ll find none tougher. Think 4WD vs mini van
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a new 19' with similar power and a top is well into the 50's with a 6 month wait
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corrected engine hours to 250

open to offers, need to sell this boat
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NEW YEARS BUMP

make me an offer
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gents, i REALLY need to sell this boat.
not because i need the money, but because its just sitting in my barn lonely and unused.

this boat deserves a loving owner who will use her

let's wheel and deal.
hit me up
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last chance for a local buyer on this beast.
im mulling a discount offer just to get it gone

if you want it nows the time

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I would post on aluminum alloy boats.com, bloody decks.com

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