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2007 Mitzi Skiff

mitzi17mitzi17 Posts: 60 Deckhand
2007 Yamaha F60 four stroke
• 375 hours – always serviced yearly by Yamaha technician
• 3 blade stainless steel prop
• brand new Yamaha 703 control with power tilt/trim
• digital tach

2012 Continental aluminum trailer
• torsion suspension
• All stainless steel hardware, LED lights, bearing buddies, mounted spare tire

Minn Kota Riptide 55 lb. trolling motor on low profile mount w/voltmeter
Lenco trim tabs
Garmin 400s chartplotter/fish finder
Plumbed livewell with aerator
Push pole and Stick-It shallow water anchor
Docklines, anchor, and all safety equipment
Console and engine cover
2 6.6 gallon removable fuel tanks (1 tank = 45 miles with two people and gear!!)

The boat was restored in August 2013 to include:
• Awlgrip and non-skid “ice blue” paint in cockpit, under deck, and bilge
• New console, switchboard and fuses, Yamaha control, compass, 2 batteries, battery switch, fuel filter, rod holders, and all hoses, pumps, and wires in bilge

This boat is a shallow water fishing machine. It poles in 7 inches of water but also handles chop extremely well. It has caught sailfish in 300 feet of water and redfish in 10 inches. The motor runs like a dream and is incredibly efficient. It tops out around 32 mph with two people and gear. I am the second owner and have meticulously maintained the boat, trailer, and motor. After investing much time and money, it is extremely hard for me to let this boat go, but I am returning to school full time and need the money. Located in Boynton Beach.


Contact Sebastian – (561) 302-4331
[email protected]



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