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2004 Edgewater 245 / Twin HPDI 150s - SOLD

Old 03-10-2019, 11:50 AM
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Default 2004 Edgewater 245 / Twin HPDI 150s - SOLD

Selling 2004 Edgewater 245 with Twin HPDI 150s.

Boat is located in Jacksonville, FL and currently has 570 Hours.

Since purchase in Fall 2015 have switched to 2 Micron Racor Filters and running only Non-Ethanol Fuel and Penzoil XLF Oil.

Boat is lift kept and motors are flushed after each use.

Cruising Range is from 2800 RPM / 25 MPH to 3900 RPM / 36 MPH with about equal fuel economy of 2.2 MPG Loaded and 2.4 MPG Light.

My favorite cruise speed for boat feel / performance is 3400 RPM / 31 MPH.

2019 Spring Service included new plugs, racor filters, engine mounted LP fuel filters, replaced steering cylinder seals and full greasing.

Compression Checks completed 08 March 2019, performed with engines cold (65F), cylinders dry, throttles open.

Port
1 - 110
2 - 108
3 - 107
4 - 110
5 - 108
6 - 108

Stbd
1 - 108
2 - 110
3 - 111
4 - 111
5 - 110
6 - 109

All cushions and T-Top Cover were replaced in 2016, also added storage center below leaning post which adds 4-Plano Tackle Boxes and storage compartment.

Boat is fitted with Fusion BB100 Marine Stereo and 4 x 8.8" Speakers. No amp, but good quality sound when underway and fishing.

Raytheon C80 display is original and no longer accepts updates, should be next upgrade item.

This listing does not include a trailer, but willing to assist with shipping/delivery up to 250 miles.

Asking $26,000. PM for contact details if interested.

Pictures to follow.

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One small scrape on port side just above rub rail when caught in current putting boat on lift.

Currently on waiting list for repair, will reduce sell price accordingly if not repaired prior to sale.



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Good looking rig, how big is the Fuel tank? And where is/ how big is the livewell?
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Do you have any pics of the transom from the cockpit side? Bench, fold up seat, Livewell? Thanks
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Good luck with the sale. I had that same boat- it was awesome. We ran it hard and canyon fished 65-100 miles off NJ. Boat handled everything we asked. Crazy fuel efficient and easy to trailer.
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Also, anything in the console for storage, portable head, etc.
thanks
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Good looking rig, how big is the Fuel tank? And where is/ how big is the livewell?
Fuel Tank is 150 Gallons.

Livewell is 28 gallons in the port aft corner.


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Originally Posted by fathead2 View Post
Do you have any pics of the transom from the cockpit side? Bench, fold up seat, Livewell? Thanks
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Also, anything in the console for storage, portable head, etc.
thanks
Will follow up with additional requested pictures tomorrow.

There is a stern seating bench which is foldable and removeable.

Livewell is 28 gallons and added picture in previous reply.

In the console is a built in head with deck pump-out, but no dedicated storage compartments. (Have not used head)
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Do you have any pics of the transom from the cockpit side? Bench, fold up seat, Livewell? Thanks




Fuel filters are mounted to the swing out doors below bench for easy access.
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Also, anything in the console for storage, portable head, etc.
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Pic inside console, Head is Sea Land by Dometic.



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I've read that the scuppers end up putting raw water in the aft fish boxes. Looking at the proximity of the drains to the fish boxes, I can see that happening, but I was wondering if this also results in a wet deck when everyone is in the back of the boat?

Is there a VHF radio/VHF antenna?
Fishfinder? (Didn't see a transducer in the pictures)

Big fan of Edgewater boats and am not too far away in Orlando. Seriously tempted to drive up this weekend to checkout the boat. She looks real clean!

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I've read that the scuppers end up putting raw water in the aft fish boxes. Looking at the proximity of the drains to the fish boxes, I can see that happening, but I was wondering if this also results in a wet deck when everyone is in the back of the boat?

Is there a VHF radio/VHF antenna?
Fishfinder? (Didn't see a transducer in the pictures)

Big fan of Edgewater boats and am not too far away in Orlando. Seriously tempted to drive up this weekend to checkout the boat. She looks real clean!
When washing down the boat you do get some water in the aft fish boxes, but I have not had water back up into the boat or onto the deck from people clustering in the aft corners.

No VHF radio or antenna.

The C80 display does include a transom mounted transducer and provides the fish finder functions. It is very basic compared to the electronics available today.

The transducer is mounted just to Starbord of the drain plug in between the engines and stays in clean water.
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Following. In Tampa and also interested
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Iím in Jacksonville and am looking at some partial financing on this. Have you had any offers or sea trials yet? Anything not fully operational? And is there no trailer or just not one included for the listed price?
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Originally Posted by mbardin06 View Post
Iím in Jacksonville and am looking at some partial financing on this. Have you had any offers or sea trials yet? Anything not fully operational? And is there no trailer or just not one included for the listed price?
Iíve had several inquiries, but no sea trials yet.

I havenít used the Pump Out Head or Fresh Water Washdown so cant vouch for their condition.

All lights and bilge Pump are known to be working.
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Also do seats make a U around the front or can you walk straight to bow in the center? Is there a big in deck storage In The front deck?
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Iíve had several questions about a trailer so will do my best to clear it up.

The trailer I have is a 2015 Loadmaster 8600# Tandem Torsional axle trailer with Kodiak Dacromet Brakes on both axles and the Vortex hubs.

In the last two weeks I have fitted a new set of Goodyear Endurance Tires and Brake Pads.

I was hoping to keep this trailer for use with the project boat I am currently rebuilding which is why it was not included in the original listing.

This trailer is just over $5000 to replace new and will include in the sale for additional $4000.
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