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2017 Islamorada Boatworks Morada 24 (one of a kind) price reduced!!

Old 01-11-2019, 12:30 PM
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Default 2017 Islamorada Boatworks Morada 24 (one of a kind) price reduced!!

2017 Islamorada Boatworks Morada 24 -2017 Islamorada Boatworks Morada 24

-2017 Mercury Verado 350 Cold Fusion White

-2017 Float On Trailer with Mag Wheels and Brakes

-163 Hours

-This 2017 Morada 24 is a custom one of a kind bay boat. No corners were cut on this custom build which includes a shortened rear deck with 60 gallon leaning post livewell with custom tackle station and toe kick around leaning post and rear deck. This combination increases the fishabilty especially while fishing off the back of the boat with the added room. This Boat has been kept out of the sun its entire life and has had all services done.



-80 Gallon Fuel Tank

-30 Gallons Of Fresh Water

-Mercury Revolution 4 19P Prop

-Whisper Gray Hull,Console,Leaning Post and Slicks

-Matterhorn White 2 tone nonskid

-White Rubrail with Gray Insert

-Bob's Jack Plate

-Lenco Trim Tabs with LED indicators

-LED cockpit lighting (red)

-LED's in all hatches and livewells (white)

-Both Rear hatches are plummed as livewells with aerators

-Dual 8ft Power Poles

-SeaBlaze Lumitec underwater lights (blue)

-12" Garmin 7612xsv

-Airmar B175m thruhull transducer

-Garmin GT51 transom mount transducer

-4 JL Audio 8.8 Speakers

-JL Audio M800 Marine Amplifier

-JL Audio Media Master Radio

-Garmin 200 VHF Radio

-Powermania on board 4 bank charger

-Minn Kota 36V Riptide Trolling Motor

-4 Optima Bluetop Batteries

-2 electric reel outlets

-Swim Platform with SS Ladder

-12 Rod Holders on gunnels angled specifically to my needs

-4 rod holders on each side of console

-Insulated Fish Box that Drains Overboard

-6" Windshield on Console

-Gemlux Friction Hinges on Livewells

-Rear Seating Package

-Glove Box with 12v plug

$95k

Contact me at (305) 762-2279 or email at Fishfirefly@gmail.com















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Old 01-22-2019, 05:39 AM
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Old 01-23-2019, 09:35 AM
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Super nice- wheres the boat located and any engine warranty?
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Old 01-24-2019, 05:10 AM
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That’s totall badass. What do these draft? What kind of depth do you need to get up on plane.
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Old 01-24-2019, 06:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Tropiclife View Post
Super nice- wheres the boat located and any engine warranty?
Thank you... Boat is located in Tavernier in the Florida Keys. Warranty till 5/2020
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Originally Posted by Hasbeen View Post
Thatís totall badass. What do these draft? What kind of depth do you need to get up on plane.
Thanks a lot of thought went into this build. I would say draft is about 13Ē. I donít have an exact number on what depth you need to get on plane but I can tell you with the jackplate raised all the way up and trim tabs down it gets up with no bow rise. It can also be run with the jackplate all the way up without blowing out and plenty of water pressure.
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What are the performance numbers?
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Originally Posted by Juanki View Post
What are the performance numbers?

My usual cruising speed is around 35mph at 3600RPM's burning about 3.5-3.8mpg. Best I've seen is 65mph with a light load but fishing load with full livewell is 60mph. I'm sure you can get more out of it if you mess with props but Ive been happy with the performance so I haven't tried any other props.

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Originally Posted by Blue_Moon View Post
What size/type optima batteries are used for the trolling motor?

just curious, nice boat, GLWS.
Its got 3 Optima bluetop d34m batteries for trolling motor and 1 d27m battery. Thank you
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Price Drop $105k OBO
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very nice setup
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Originally Posted by nate08 View Post
very nice setup
Thank you

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where does the deck drain in this hull? Are the scuppers below the waterline?
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Originally Posted by sydngoose View Post
where does the deck drain in this hull? Are the scuppers below the waterline?
The deck either drains overboard or into the bilge. If you turn the valves in the bilge it closes the scuppers off which are below the waterline. Itís a pretty nice option and you will never have water accumulation on the rear deck. Although even with the scupper valves open Iíve never had water accumulate in the rear even with a full live well and fishing off the back of the boat.
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Still for sale, all reasonable offers welcome.
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Where is this boat located? I'm looking for something like this in August. I'm selling my Canyon Bay and should have my Cayo 264 by end of year. I wanted the 22 Morada but they don't make it anymore so that leaves me with the 24.
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