SWFL21 Posted January 10, 2020 Report Share Posted January 10, 2020 Greeting folks, The time has come to sell... New career has me away from home for long chunks of time, and I hope that someone can find good use of this boat instead of it sitting in the back yard. The good - Its a 21 MA... It takes chop like no other boat in its class 2000 Yamaha 225 ox66 vmax - 220ish hours on the gauges. Just had heads cleaned and gone through mechanically, runs like a top! Powertech OFX4 21" prop, gets up and goes in shallow water, WOT around 45-50kts trimmed out Bobs 6" hydraulic jackplate Lowrance HDS9 with sidescan transducer - can throw in S FL FMT chip for a discount. 4 JL MX770 speakers powered by a JL M600/4 amp, sounds GREAT! Promariner 3 bank battery charger 2 group 31 AGM trolling motor batteries 1 dual purpose lead battery Minn Kota 24v 80lb iPilot, seasoned but it still pulls hard and lasts all day. (will be painting the lower unit due to rust) Few years old Rocket aluminum double torsion axle trailer w/ 2 spares - new hubs a few months ago, trailer lights work. The bad - I bought it with the intention of using it to fish and eventually fixing it up It has some dings and small cracks (nothing structurally concerning with the stringers) and could use a new coat of paint The P/O had launched the boat with the trailer too deep in the water, combined with a bow roller that was too high, and started to lift the bow cap away from the hull - I may be crazy but it doesnt REALLY concern me... I know it needs to be fixed to be perfect, but I still fish it like nothing happened. - the issue with the trailer bow roller has been fixed. The battery compartment shelf/tub has separated itsself from the deck - hard to explain with word, but ill take some pictures. I imagine anyone competent with glass work will be able to fix this. The boat has bottom paint - I personally HATE the tri-tone look, but some people may like it?! Could use a new coat of bottom paint if you were planning on sticking with it. Essentials have been re-wired, but havent pulled out much of the old wiring... the livewells work as-is, so I dont want to mess with it too much! I put in a new fuse block when I did the amp, so nothing too sketchy. Aft livewell tub leaks into the bilge. Caught me off guard one day when there was quite a bit of water back there and the bilge pump died... bilge pump works great now, livewell still leaks. Its a 22 year old boat.... Has lots of potential for someone that wants to use it as-is for a while and fix it up as they go, or someone who wants a solid platform to do a full refurb. I love the thing, but I cant stand seeing it sit on dry land when I leave for work. Located in Naples, FL Come by and take a look Shoot me a text with any questions (239)910-1009 Asking 14,000 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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