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Old 02-02-2019, 06:42 AM
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Priced to sell at $224,000, this is the lowest cost SeaVee 39 on the market. This 2008 SeaVee is the 390i variant powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 600 diesel power plants. Marlin Magazine recently said the following about this boat:
ďThe 390 with Volvo 600 IPS drives was absolutely one of the most fun and outrageous-performing boats I have ever driven.Ē

She is fast, maneuverable, fuel efficient and has the range to take you anywhere you want to go. Top end over 50mph. Cruises 36-42mph and gets 1.4-1.5 mpg with a full load (380 gallons of fuel, 18 gallons of water, fish box ice, 4 guys & all our gear). Joy stick control for holding on bottom spots, docking, or maneuvering in tight spaces.

She is in great shape with a brand new suite of the latest and best Simrad electronics, brand new vinyl bolsters and seats, four new Group 31 AGM batteries, and much, much more. Both IPS drives remanufactured-rebuilt with less than 100 hours on them and still under warranty. These well maintained Engines have approximately 1900 hours.

Electronics:
Twin EVO 3 16 inch displays
6ft open array Halo radar
S5100 Chirp sounder
Airmar R111 2KW Chirp shoot through transducer Temp sensor
R90 black box VHF
Sonic Hub 2 running JL speakers and amp SiriusXM satellite weather and radio
AP44 auto pilot
Volvo Penta Easy Connect NMEA gateway delivers engine data, and trip computer data direct to Simrad displays and to your smart phone or tablet.

Other Features:
On board battery charger
Remote keyed electric battery switches.
Huge transom and in deck live wells.
Massive in deck fish box.
Electric head
3 under gunnel electric outlets for deep drop and kite rods
God only knows how many rod holders. We fish with two of everything rigged and ready at hand.
Key West hard top and 18 ft. aluminum outriggers
Pneumatic Sliding Front Cabin Door
Fortress Aluminum Anchor and anchor rode
Integrated transom jump seats
Dedicated life vest compartment

Located in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. PM me or post here and I will get right back with you.

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Old 02-02-2019, 07:01 AM
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Like I said, she is in great shape.




















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More pics. Having some trouble getting them all to post

Sorry they did not attach. Not sure why.
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Old 02-04-2019, 04:21 PM
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Very nice ride. Do you have any photos of inside the console? GLWS!
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I do but I am having technical difficulties getting them to load. I will reach out to THT support
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Old 02-05-2019, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by DestinBillMe View Post
I do but I am having technical difficulties getting them to load. I will reach out to THT support
You did a good job above, so just click on "Reply" at the bottom left of this page ("Not" the box where it says Quick Reply), and go from there.
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Ok, I was able to work with picture icon rather than manage attachments.





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What does she draft? Trailer? is it even trailerable?
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Old 02-08-2019, 03:48 PM
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Spec is 40 inches. I donít think it draws anymore than the outboard version. It is trailerable but I donít have a trailer. I had it back and forth to the keys and delivered from Miami in a traditional Tripple axel trailer behind an F-350
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Beautiful boat. Whatís the noise level like compared to an outboard 39? Have you had much trouble with lines fouling in the props? 1.5 sure would be nice!
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Old 02-09-2019, 09:35 AM
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I think itís pretty quiet. I had twin 225ís on prior CC and this is quieter. Might be similar to some current four stroke CCís but I never put a dB meter on.

No no real issues with line in props since I have line cutter between the counter rotating double props. Pretty much eats up anything that gets in its way.
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Does it have the fold out seating in the bow? No trim tabs?
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Old 02-10-2019, 03:07 PM
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No, itís life vest storage forward. Fold out aft.
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Oh and it has the trim blades. QL
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Old 02-13-2019, 06:56 AM
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Another great attribute of this boat is that it consistently raises fish. I know some people donít believe that can be possible. I was in that group of skeptics before I bought this boat. I donít suspect itís this particular boat, but perhaps just the sound of diesel vs gas. When I moved from my outboard Pursuit to this boat, the number of fish in the spread increased significantly. It has remained a more productive fishing platform throughout the years, particularly on the troll.
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Ok, the 2019 season is going to be on full swing soon. Time to make sure you have the right boat to catch Ďem up.

I think i have gotten back on all PMís and calls so if I missed you PM me again here and I will respond ASAP.
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Putting a Yellowfin on her deck.

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Still available. Itís time for you to be back on the water.
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Does the boat produce more, less or equal amount of white water/prop wash compared to an outboard boat? Straight Inboard screw boat? Beautiful boat btw. GLWS.
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