2013 28' Whitewater Extremely Loaded "ONLY 40HRS"

0utcast0utcast Posts: 4 Greenhorn
2013 28’ Whitewater Inboard
Price - $124,000
Hours - 40hrs
Year – 2013
Length – 28’-3"
Beam – 8’-6"
Fuel – Gas
Motor – 425HP
Speed – 48mph
Fuel Burn Cruising at 36mph is 2.1mpg


Power:
Mercruiser 496 Magnum H.O. Fuel Injection
Stainless Marine Exhaust
Carbon Fiber One Piece Drive Shaft
Bravo 3 XR Outdrive Dual Prop (Eliminates Motor Torque)


Electrical:
Fully Operational Upper Station
6kw Simrad Open Array Radar
Simrad NSE 8” Multifunction Display at Upper Station
Simrad NSE 12” Multifunction Display (Two units)
Simrad Structure Scan Thru Hull
Simrad Sound Hub – connect your Apple or Android device
Airmar 2kw Transducer
Simrad Auto Pilot
Icom IC-M504AICOM
Icom COMMANDMICIII
JL Audio Sound System
Promariner Shore Power Battery Charger (40amp)
(3) Hubbel Electric Reel Outlets
Multi Color LED Under Gunnel Lighting
Multi Color LED T-Top Console Lighting
LED T-Top Spreader Lights Forward, Aft, Stern, Port, & Starboard
LED Engine Room Light
Red LED Live Well Lights
(3) AGM Batteries
Onboard Charging System
Stainless Steel Powder Coated Bait Pump Box
Saltwater Wash Down Pump
Freshwater Wash Down Pump
UFlex Trim Tabs with Joy stick


Exterior:
All American Trailer with Electric over Hydraulic Brakes
Extra Hub and Spare Tire
Full Boat Sunbrella Cover
Full T-Top Sunbrella Cover
Aluminum Dive Platform with Folding Step
Bluewater T-Top
Forward & Aft Live Wells
Birdsall Rocket Launcher with Tackle Storage
Birdsall Rigging Table
Fully Accessible Engine Room, Entire T-Top Raises with Actuators
Frigid Ridged Cooler with Tackle Trays
16 Gunnel Rod Holders all with Backing Plates
8 Console Rod Holders with Drain Tubes
12 Additional Rod Holders Welded to the Pipe Work
Massive amounts of storage

Contact via private message, Thanks!

Replies

  • crccrc Posts: 11 Greenhorn
    Great rig, straight down to the trailer!
  • Shallow Minded 69Shallow Minded 69 Posts: 108 Deckhand
    Great Looking boat with ALL of the options I would want. Question; why the I/O and NOT a straight shaft or twin outboards?
  • 0utcast0utcast Posts: 4 Greenhorn
    I've always had outboards, my last boat was a 32' Sea Vee. I anchor up alot and prefer fishing off the stern, the outboards were always in the way especially throwing a cast night. For me it is a much better fishing platform you can really fish 360 degrees. I wanted an IO to have the advantage of going in shallower water.
  • craw_daddycraw_daddy Posts: 224 Officer
    Is that a raw water or freshwater/heat exchanger cooled engine?
  • Kevinwwings2Kevinwwings2 Posts: 1,268 Officer
    Great looking rig. Pretty sure that is a radiator tank right on top of he engine pictures, so freshwater cooled with heat exchanger would be my guess.
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