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bearohs
10-07-2011, 05:05 PM
Hey folks..
IM looking for a privateer like boat, with a full transom, and fairly plain jane..

Anyone know of anything, here is my shortlist so far..

Parker 25SE
Privateer Renegade
Calcutta 263 (wishful thinking..)

PM me.

CaptMarkW
10-08-2011, 09:41 AM
Have you sold the Sea Pro?

on the spot!
10-09-2011, 12:47 PM
:thumbsup740474057406 $17,000.00 CASH

561-436-5824

bearohs
10-10-2011, 10:13 AM
Yup she sold last Friday

CaptMarkW
10-10-2011, 11:31 AM
Yup she sold last Friday

Congrats!

bratcat
10-12-2011, 09:29 AM
I have a 1999 Sea Pro 255 WA with twin Yamaha 130s, HArt top and trailer. I would consider taking 18K.

bearohs
10-13-2011, 06:43 AM
I want a BEAMY CC.. not a WA.. :)
Thanks.

Had a few leads, but seems like the used market blows the d right now. Everyone wants more than book values (way too much over NADA)..

AWMBORO
10-19-2011, 01:08 PM
I have a 1994 Sea Ray Laguna 24' with twin Mercury 150's - Asking $11,500. I also have video and more pics. Let me know if you're interested and I'll forward them to you.


82798280

bottomtime
10-24-2011, 01:39 PM
http://tallahassee.craigslist.org/boa/2557095735.html

bearohs
10-25-2011, 06:08 PM
your link expired.

bottomtime
10-26-2011, 03:14 PM
1998 Cape Horn 24 (24'10" LOA), 2005 Yamaha 250HPDI outboard, 2009 Seahawk Aluminum Trailer

Electronics include Garmin 2010 Chartplotter, Furuno 600L Bottom Machine, Furuno 1620 16 nm Radar, Furuno GP 35 Differential GPS, Apelco 6400 Loran/GPS unit, Standard Horizon Intrepid DSC capable VHF radio, AM/FM/MP3/Sirius satellite radio (no subscription) and a Northstar fuel management system.

Features: T-Top with rear ladder bars to leaning post, 4- rocket launcher rod holders, 6 leaning post mounted rod holders, 4- gunwale mounted rod holders, 2- transom mounted rod holders and 3- under-gunwale rod holders. Adjustable/ folding dive tank holders for 10 tanks + 2 additional holders inside console, 4-slot spear gun rack on transom (can be slid out of rails for easy removal); splashwell mounted drink cooler, 3-step dive ladder; transom mounted livewell, large forward fish box and anchor box, bow mounted-bimini top, T-Pack overhead life jacket storage, Cannon Easi-troll manual downrigger, hydraulic trim tabs, spreader light, console interior light, bow pulpit w/ roller, dual starting batteries w/ 3 position switch, a 3rd dedicated house battery in console for electronics- connected to charging system with an isolator, Guest onboard battery charger, raw water washdown, Sea Star hydraulic steering.

Included accessories: life jackets, galvanized anchor & rode, two gaffs, spare prop, dock lines, bait knife/ pliers holder, fire extinguisher.

Outboard motor is a Yamaha Z250TURD, 250HP HPDI that was installed in August of 2005, although unsure of actual hours, I feel VERY confident they are under 200. Currently running a 4 blade, 17 pitch Revolution 4 prop, but has a spare 16 pitch prop for emergency use. Water pump & thermostats were replaced mid 2010, and boat has been ran 3 trips since. Freshwater flushed after every outing.

The Seahawk trailer was purchased in July of 2009 and has less than 500 miles on it (150 of those were pulling it back empty from Ocala after purchasing it). It is rated for 10,000 pounds, has torsion axles and ST225/75/D15 tires on Galvanized rims. The trailer has NO brakes, as that is how I ordered it. The axles have the mounting plates to add a surge brake system if desired. A simple 2 5/16 coupler was installed instead of a surge coupler. A new spare tire is also included.

This boat has been well maintained and cared for after every use and has been stored under a barn when not in use. E-mail me for additional information and I have many more pictures.

The boat tops out at 40 MPH, with an average fuel economy of about 2 MPG at 32 MPH cruise

850-545-8598

881988208821

bearohs
11-27-2011, 09:52 PM
still looking..
So far, I am leaning towards a medium deadrise like a parker 25se, or dusky 256..

or a calcutta.. if i can find one. :)

001
11-27-2011, 09:56 PM
Dusky makes one that has some hips on her. Check into it.

bearohs
11-28-2011, 07:41 AM
hipps?

001
11-28-2011, 11:20 AM
hipps?

Beam, width, wide load

bearohs
12-04-2011, 07:54 AM
welp after this boat show in st pete, its apparent that real demand has yet to show its face.. I scratch my head when the manufacturers dont require inventory at these types of things..

ezrider
12-06-2011, 09:57 PM
We have a 30' CC that we may sell with out power. It is set up for a deisel but could be converted. It has a full transom, dive platform, T-top livewell, fish boxes, cuddy and lots of storage. The hull is not wide but is very effient to run and is a great sea boat. The boat was built by my family is the same hull as a Dorado 30. It had a yannmar in it 300hp and it did 30 knots@12 gal/hr. It was totally painted a few yrs ago and is in good shape.

bearohs
12-13-2011, 07:43 AM
ezrider, thanks but i think im going to stay cat.. looking for a worldcat 250sf, but found nautico 27? mmmm...

Lucky Limey
12-14-2011, 08:30 PM
twin vee 26, 2 x 150 suzuki 2007 450hrs. Garmin 3210 and ghp 10 autopilot,clarion stereo,down rigger,taco outriggers.
The most economical vessel,minimum time at fuel dock !
marcus 954 471 8133
willing to deal !

gulpjuice
12-30-2011, 07:27 AM
25 C-Hawk cc or old style T-craft/Robin. No full transom but bare bones and beamy

bearohs
12-30-2011, 02:28 PM
actually i foudn my sled.. waiting on teh bankers to get back from vacation .. 23 Palmetto, twin f150s

bearohs
01-06-2012, 05:49 PM
cancell that, still looking. nothing like a boat deal busting over stupid lack of documents.. ugh.

001
01-06-2012, 07:45 PM
http://www.boatreviews.org/images/product/1418/600/f7d17dc0.jpg

bearohs
01-10-2012, 07:39 PM
cant tow that..

Slopps08
02-03-2012, 12:26 PM
:huh
1998 Cape Horn 24 (24'10" LOA), 2005 Yamaha 250HPDI outboard, 2009 Seahawk Aluminum Trailer

Electronics include Garmin 2010 Chartplotter, Furuno 600L Bottom Machine, Furuno 1620 16 nm Radar, Furuno GP 35 Differential GPS, Apelco 6400 Loran/GPS unit, Standard Horizon Intrepid DSC capable VHF radio, AM/FM/MP3/Sirius satellite radio (no subscription) and a Northstar fuel management system.

Features: T-Top with rear ladder bars to leaning post, 4- rocket launcher rod holders, 6 leaning post mounted rod holders, 4- gunwale mounted rod holders, 2- transom mounted rod holders and 3- under-gunwale rod holders. Adjustable/ folding dive tank holders for 10 tanks + 2 additional holders inside console, 4-slot spear gun rack on transom (can be slid out of rails for easy removal); splashwell mounted drink cooler, 3-step dive ladder; transom mounted livewell, large forward fish box and anchor box, bow mounted-bimini top, T-Pack overhead life jacket storage, Cannon Easi-troll manual downrigger, hydraulic trim tabs, spreader light, console interior light, bow pulpit w/ roller, dual starting batteries w/ 3 position switch, a 3rd dedicated house battery in console for electronics- connected to charging system with an isolator, Guest onboard battery charger, raw water washdown, Sea Star hydraulic steering.

Included accessories: life jackets, galvanized anchor & rode, two gaffs, spare prop, dock lines, bait knife/ pliers holder, fire extinguisher.

Outboard motor is a Yamaha Z250TURD, 250HP HPDI that was installed in August of 2005, although unsure of actual hours, I feel VERY confident they are under 200. Currently running a 4 blade, 17 pitch Revolution 4 prop, but has a spare 16 pitch prop for emergency use. Water pump & thermostats were replaced mid 2010, and boat has been ran 3 trips since. Freshwater flushed after every outing.

The Seahawk trailer was purchased in July of 2009 and has less than 500 miles on it (150 of those were pulling it back empty from Ocala after purchasing it). It is rated for 10,000 pounds, has torsion axles and ST225/75/D15 tires on Galvanized rims. The trailer has NO brakes, as that is how I ordered it. The axles have the mounting plates to add a surge brake system if desired. A simple 2 5/16 coupler was installed instead of a surge coupler. A new spare tire is also included.

This boat has been well maintained and cared for after every use and has been stored under a barn when not in use. E-mail me for additional information and I have many more pictures.

The boat tops out at 40 MPH, with an average fuel economy of about 2 MPG at 32 MPH cruise

850-545-8598

881988208821


Is this boat still for sale? What where you asking for it? :huh

bottomtime
02-06-2012, 09:05 AM
:huh


Is this boat still for sale? What where you asking for it? :huh

PM sent

bearohs
02-07-2012, 08:19 AM
and im still looking.. ugh.

SEARUNNER
02-08-2012, 10:55 AM
and im still looking.. ugh.

What about that 23ft Contender w/Twin 200 Etecs on THT for $35k?

Lone Drifter
02-08-2012, 11:26 AM
What do you think of the Tournament edition WorldCat CC 27 ? I was set on getting one untill I came across a repo Sailfish.

bearohs
02-08-2012, 10:06 PM
im definitely open to cats.. always been a fan.
I am looking at a 250SF Worldcat. If its towable, with my f150, im game.

bearohs
02-08-2012, 10:08 PM
the contender 23 is a fairly small CC, not much a step up from where I was.. The 23T is pretty big- 3piece built that I think is 25ft LOA. I just worry about any contender and its 'roll' while on the hook.. you dont see a lot of grouper guys on contenders. atleast I dont.

bearohs
03-01-2012, 07:39 AM
still looking....

sniperhunter230
03-02-2012, 02:00 PM
I have a boat I am selling you might have some intrest in.

https://post.craigslist.org/u/QApcK5Fk4RG-dZBKWyNGMQ/34nd8

bearohs
03-05-2012, 07:23 AM
yea im looking for something bigger than a CS.. More beamy, and your link goes to your edit page.. Might want to take that down for security...