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2000í Grady White Marlin, over 20k in upgrades in 2018

Old 02-11-2019, 05:43 PM
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Default 2000í Grady White Marlin, over 20k in upgrades in 2018



2000' Grady White Marlin 300, 2 owner, over 20k in upgrades in 2018'
2005' F250's 1430 hours, ss props, fresh complete service on motors, lower units, new fuel/water seperators, new zincs
New Fischer Panda 4kw diesel generator with 54 hours, freshwater flushed after ever outing
Custom Stainless Steel plate with isolation bushings for genset
Garmin 1040xs with 1kw transducer
Furuno Radar
Simrad Autopilot
New Captains chairs with flip up bolster on Captains side
New white carbon fiber dash panels
All new cockpit switches and labels
Factory mounted Taco Outrigger bases
15' Taco outriggers
A/C compressor removed and serviced
New A/C controller
4 new batteries
All new battery wiring, new crimps and heat shrinked
New JL audio sound system to include:
Media Master M100s Head unit
M700 amp
4-7.7" speakers
2-4" cabin speakers
1-10" sub
All new marine grade wiring
New 60 amp circuit breaker for Amp protection
Bluetooth and USB cable connectivity
Cockpit control unit
System sounds amazing!!
Windlass
Microwave
Stove
Refrigerator
Electric flushing toilet with pumpout
Water Heater
New Underwater lights
New LED Flood lights
New Nav lights
New Stainless Steel gas spring lift support for hatches
All new hoses below the waterline
New fresh and saltwater washdown pumps
New AC pump
New sending units for both gas tanks
Only non-ethanol fuel used
Bottom sanded and re- painted 2-11-19
**No trailer**

If you're looking for a very clean well maintained boat, ready to fish or cruise, EVERYTHING WORKS, this is it!! $72,500obo
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Old 02-11-2019, 06:14 PM
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Old 02-15-2019, 08:40 PM
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Is this racked at Legendary? I can’t for the life of me make out which marina.
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Old 02-15-2019, 09:00 PM
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As a 6 time Grady owner and 2 marlins I want to commend you for having the nicest example of an early 2000’s boat I have seen. It is clear you spared no expense! I have a good friend looking for one and since mine isn’t for sale I’m going to send him your link. GLWS
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Old 02-16-2019, 04:03 AM
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Beautiful boat. How do those 250ís push it?
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Old 02-16-2019, 07:20 AM
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Yes- congrats on a job well done sir; beautiful for it's age.
You've lurked on here enough times to know:
1) Fuel capacity?
2) Typical burn#'s
3) Weight loaded out (approx)?...if you know.
And...for me:
1) Are those flip-up covers for the gages/covers standard or did you do that? Nice either way
2) Why is the boarding ladder on the opposite side of the transom door?
We do a lot of family in/out (dog too) and that seems a little counter-intuitive.
3) A photo or 2 of cockpit looking from bow to stern- would like to see relative dance floor size/layout.
Thanks in advance & GLWS
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted by fishF15 View Post
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Is this racked at Legendary? I canít for the life of me make out which marina.
Good guess! That pic was taken at PSJ Marina before the hurricane. Itís at my house now just North of Defuniak. I just sanded and repainted the bottom along with a complete buff, wax and detail job!
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Searosis View Post
As a 6 time Grady owner and 2 marlins I want to commend you for having the nicest example of an early 2000ís boat I have seen. It is clear you spared no expense! I have a good friend looking for one and since mine isnít for sale Iím going to send him your link. GLWS
Thank you for the kind words! I saw your last Marlin and it was very nice as well!!
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by outathehouse View Post
Beautiful boat. How do those 250ís push it?
IMHO the F250í are perfect for this hull. Typical loaded cruise for me is 4200-4800 RPM, 25-30kts, burning 18-25gph depending on sea conditions.
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Originally Posted by LandLocked42Long View Post
Yes- congrats on a job well done sir; beautiful for it's age.
You've lurked on here enough times to know:
1) Fuel capacity?
2) Typical burn#'s
3) Weight loaded out (approx)?...if you know.
And...for me:
1) Are those flip-up covers for the gages/covers standard or did you do that? Nice either way
2) Why is the boarding ladder on the opposite side of the transom door?
We do a lot of family in/out (dog too) and that seems a little counter-intuitive.
3) A photo or 2 of cockpit looking from bow to stern- would like to see relative dance floor size/layout.
Thanks in advance & GLWS
Interested in these answers as well.
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Old 02-20-2019, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by LandLocked42Long View Post
Yes- congrats on a job well done sir; beautiful for it's age.
You've lurked on here enough times to know:
1) Fuel capacity?
300 gallons

2) Typical burn#'s
18-25 gph @ 3800/4500RPM Running 25/32kts depending on sea conditions

3) Weight loaded out (approx)?...if you know.
Dry weight approx 9,500#,max fuel @ 6x 300= 1,800, add 4 pax, gear, ice... 12,500# normal full fuel fishing weight

And...for me:
1) Are those flip-up covers for the gages/covers standard or did you do that? Nice either way
These are standard. I did replace the old wood looking panels with new white carbon fiber panels last year.

2) Why is the boarding ladder on the opposite side of the transom door?
I'm not sure but it's never been an issue for me. Typically there are kids jumping off the boat by the transom door and others climbing back up on the other side with the ladder.

We do a lot of family in/out (dog too) and that seems a little counter-intuitive.
3) A photo or 2 of cockpit looking from bow to stern- would like to see relative dance floor size/layout.
Will work on adding these pics asap.

Thanks in advance & GLWS
Thanks for the questions- please see answers above and let me know if any more come to mind!?

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Old 02-23-2019, 02:19 PM
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Those burn #'s are better than I expected for a beast that size... and tank's plenty big enough.
Thx
...still want to see the cockpit.
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Old 02-26-2019, 06:50 AM
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Thanks for the replies and the info. I have to ask the silly question, if there’s no trailer and you’re north of Defuniak, how’s she get to the water?

Whats the ownership history of her? Just your experience; time owned, reason selling, etc. She seems exceptionally clean from the photos. I just looked at a 2008 Hydra-Sports 30’ WA and it looked 10 years older than your Grady.
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Old 02-26-2019, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by fishF15 View Post
Thanks for the replies and the info. I have to ask the silly question, if thereís no trailer and youíre north of Defuniak, howís she get to the water?

Whats the ownership history of her? Just your experience; time owned, reason selling, etc. She seems exceptionally clean from the photos. I just looked at a 2008 Hydra-Sports 30í WA and it looked 10 years older than your Grady.
Haha good questions! I have access to a trailer so no worries getting it to the water. I keep it in the high & dry storage during the summer and at my house during the winter.

I bought from the original owner who had the boat maintained by the dealer since new. He bought a new 330 Express. Iíve owned the boat for 3 years now.

The boat looks a lot better now with the new bottom job & complete buff/ wax!

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