Actual Location: Dania, FL
WOW!! Looking for a throw back classic hull with 2 inch thick fiberglass??!! This baby cuts through waves like a hot knife through butter! You can see the care and quality in workmanship through out this classic timeless vessel. From the custom windshield back to the custom exhaust..Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.Take a look at ALL ***63 PICTURES*** of this vessel on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM. At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE REPRESENTATION of every vessel we market. We are a full-service brokerage company, ready to assist you in purchasing any boat anywhere! Please allow us to be your eyes and ears on the ground and assist you with your next vessel purchase. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to speaking with you! - Stock #40836 To view original photos and more detailed vessel specifications, please visit this listing on our main website at:http://www.popyachts.com/view/40836
Drink Holders; Head
Bilge Blower; Cooling System; Engine Location; Fuel Tank; Fuel Tank Location; GPS; Steering
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Compass; Fuel Gauge
Accessory Switches; Battery; Battery Location; Battery Switch; Gauges; Stereo
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Anchor; Beverage Holders; Bilge Pump
This boat has been a labor of love for the owner. The before pics are available by request. Just a few finishing touches and she will be 100% ready to go.The stringer job. I can, however, tell you what went into them. The floor and stringers have been raised 3" to allow scuppers to be installed making it a self-bailing cockpit. Scuppers were never installed though. I wanted the transom to look very clean with minimal hardware and holes. All stringers were cut from 3/4" marine grade plywood and joined to the hull with two layers of 6" wide woven roving at the the stringer-hull angle and isopthalic bonding putty. I then covered everything with 2 additional layers of biaxial fiberglass mat. I used polyester resin to ensure a good bond to the original hull material. The floor is constructed of the same 3/4" plywood with one layer of biaxial cloth on top and one layer underneath as well. The floor was adhered to the stringers using an isopthalic bonding putty, and the 6" wide woven roving again to hold the floor to the hull-sides. It is VERY strong. The main fuel tank is a 55 gallon polypropylene plastic that fits between the two main stringers and forward of that tank is a secondary 20 gallon tank that is a completely separate system in case of any contamination. Both tanks were foamed in place with a 1/8" gap on all four sides allowing for expansion/contraction.There is a 3-way valve to switch between fuel sources, two filler caps, and two p-trap style fume vents. t's a carbie. Rebuilt in 2012. It has 365 hp. The stern drive is a bravo-1 rebuilt by the same company that did the motor.
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Type: Other
Beam: 8 ft. 1 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 75