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  1. creditcardguy
    02-18-2017 10:55 AM
    Hello,
    I love mine, imo it's one of the best for this area. I have bow and livewell cushions but not the big back seat cushion. Cushions are good for when the Mrs. gets tired of fishing. I usually only go with one, if any. Solid construction, nice storage, ice chest seat is nice, nice layout, easy to launch and pick up, the weak spot is the wiring. I use the GPS for speed and my tack isn't accurate. Gas gauge either. That is low hours, I'd have the motor checked out. The 200 is awesome for this boat. Anyway, lots of sv2100's on the water and I have yet to talk to anybody that doesn't like theirs. Nice for 4 fat dudes (prefer 3) or wife and 3 kids. Good luck!

    See if the gauges work, live wells, Bilge pump, and get a compression test on the motor. Get a 20 minute test ride to make sure there are no alarms. With such low hours I hope he didn't use gas with ethanol. Sea Tow for the first year would be a good idea.
  2. 02-18-2017 09:42 AM
    Hey CCguy,
    I have been looking for a boat just like yours for long time. I did my research and decided the Sea Pro SV2200 was about as good of a quality affordable boat you can get.
    I have read your post from a few years ago when you were considering buying yours and I am in a similar situation with a wife and 3 kids. My boys are 11 and 7 which is the perfect age IMO.
    Do you like the seated ice chest? Does yours have bow seat cushions? I think I would need these for sure.

    Im looking at this one currently, https://neworleans.craigslist.org/boa/5988204705.html
    He says the engine has 250 hours which is low. T asking price is high at $19,500 but I think but he mentions OBO. If you wouldn't mind let me know what you think and what questions I can ask him.

    Thanks,

    Steve
  3. 09-12-2016 08:37 AM
    Yea.
  4. creditcardguy
    08-27-2016 12:26 PM
    Ibobi is stalking me!!! Lol
  5. Jason75979
    08-27-2016 11:50 AM
    Somebody had a visitor!
  6. creditcardguy
    05-02-2016 06:34 AM
    Hello,
    We had a great time snorkeling and sightseeing in the boat but could not find any fish over 10 inches long. I researched and we chummed, talked to locals, found structure, etc but no fish. Well, plenty of exotic looking fish but all very small. I would do a half day charter the day before getting your boat. It was an awesome trip, feed the tarpon, turtle hospital, guided snorkeling trip, Key West was nice, best snorkeling I've ever seen. My only regret was not finding any bigger fish! Good luck and have fun.
  7. 05-02-2016 12:50 AM
    ccguy, I ran across an old thread about your trip to the keys. I am considering the exact same trip. My wife and 4 teenagers will accompany. We live just north of you in SW Ms. and fish in the GOM quite a bit. I was thinking about renting a boat for 3 days and doing the snorkeling, sight seeing, and fishing thing. We fish a lot and would like to just get into some reef/bottom fish(nothing too serious). I was wondering how your trip went. Is it as easy as pulling up to a reef or bottom structure, chumming a little and catching a few? Any other info. would be great. We are looking at June/July and a little further south (Cudjoe Key) Thanks, J. Miller

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