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1992 Bayliner 2502 Trophy Walkaround

$25,000.00

Claremont, California

Year 1992

Make Bayliner

Model 2502 Trophy Walkaround

Category Saltwater Fishing Boats

Length 25'

Posted 1 Month Ago

1992 Bayliner 2502 Trophy Walkaround This Bayliner Trophy is a 1992 model with many upgrades. I've added many upgrades. 1. The motors are 1999 Mercury 225 Optimax with EFI. Motor hours are left motor 229.1 hours and right motor 251.5 hours. Fuel pump, air pump, injectors (6) for each motor and spark plug cables ALL REPLACED.  2. Motors are on a bracket. Extra space is available where old motors were located. 3. New tower with 13 rod holder and 4 deck lights. 4. Three new wind shields (canvas and plastic) Jan 2016. 5. New Raymarine (radar, GPS, sonat 2014) AND Garmen GPS and Sonar 2016. 6. Inverter installed 2013.  7. Flush toilet 8. Two fish boxes 9. Custom ladder on trailer to access boat while launchin. 10.  Hard top removed and sanded and gell coated and replaced on new tower in Jan 2016. 11. All scratches on boat sanded and regelcoated except deck. 12. New bait tank  13. 8 tackle box shelves 14.  Trail Rite trailer with some rust. However, one new axel, 4 new tires, 4 new drums, new bearings, new springs both sides. 15. New anchor (Delta) and rode. 16. NEW windless with newly replaced bearings on Nov 2016 17. Canvas cover for moters and tower  18. New wind shield wiper Nov 2016 19. New horn Nov 2016

1992 Bayliner Trophy 2502 with Volvo AQAD41 Diesel Engine and DP290 Duoprop

$18,500.00

Angleton, Texas

Year 1992

Make Bayliner

Model Trophy

Category -

Length 25.0

Posted Over 1 Month

0 0 1 11 66 Company 1 1 76 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE 1992 Bayliner Trophy 2502 with Volvo AQAD41 Diesel Engine and DP290 Duoprop Sale or Trade I originally purchased this boat so I could do more spearfishing but decided that after a long day of diving I really did not want to pilot a boat back to shore. I have more money in this boat than I am selling it for but I am not in hurry to sell it nor do I need to. I just hate seeing it sit unused. I no longer spearfish and have not taken the boat out in over a year. This Trophy is a Walkaround with a cabin. A Volvo diesel engine has been installed as an in-board and it also has the Volvo DP 290 outdrive. The tank holds 100 gallons of diesel and is full. The gentleman I purchased the boat from said it gets close to 5mpg. I did not test this as I never took it more than a mile offshore but it does get good mileage putting up and down the Intercoastal. After I purchased the boat I pulled out the old electronics that were in it and installed a Garmin 7212 Chartplotter, Garmin VHF200 radio, Garmin GMR 18 HD radar, Kenwood Apple iPod/Satellite Radio Marine receiver, and Kenwood 61/2” 2-way speakers. If I remember right, all this stuff somewhere between $5000-$5500 when purchased. I never decided which one I wanted so right now the boat does NOT have a transducer. The boat has a metal grate platform on the back that can be used as a swim platform but it holds an SSI 320 quart ice chest which will also come with the boat. The boat has a hard fiberglass top. I also purchased a custom cover for the boat which was $500 or more. It comes with the aluminum tri-axle trailer you see it on. I installed new wiring and LED lights on the trailer and also added side marker lights. The trailer does not have brakes and pulls just fine. As far as the boat: The previous owner installed a Vintage Air AC system but I’ve never used it. The belt is also not hooked up on the compressor. I asked the guy I bought it from if it worked and he said yes but there was a squeak. I looked at the compressor pulley alignment and it needs to be spaced out so that could be the only problem. This boat does have a head and freshwater tanks. I’ve never used them so I could not tell you if it works. Same thing for the livewell. The boat looks pretty good but could definitely use a good buffing in my opinion. There are also some various gel-coat cracks. The seats could use some new cushions and the engine could use a good scrape and repaint, I just have not had time to do it. It comes with an anchor that has been mounted but never used. I have the good service manuals for the diesel engine and the outdrive. The last time I did take out the boat I bent the props. I had a spare set so I cleaned them up, painted them, and put them on so while they look new in the picture, they are not, just painted but in good condition. I still need to tighten them up. I did not have a lock washer so I had to order one so I just loosely put them on. If I don’t get to it, I will give those parts to the buyer should the boat sell. I also have replaced the bellows and the throttle cable. I have Volvo paint and primer for the engine that I will give the buyer. Also have some paint for the outdrive that you can have. The trailer tires hold air and I have not added any in the time I owned it. I replaced one tire on the trailer so there is one tire that is practically new. The other 5 will probably need to be replaced sooner than later and if the boat is to go on a long road trip I would do it before the trip. I think this should cover it for now, lemme know if you have any questions and I’ll try to answer. I have the title for the boat on hand but will have to give a bill of sale for the trailer. The previous owner had the trailer registered as home made, not sure why but I just kept it the same. I may be open to trades but the auction will still need to be completed through Ebay so Ebay can get paid. Boat is also for sale locally so I reserve the right to end the listing early if need be. Trades I would be interested in can be partial plus cash or full trade. I’d value the trade at around $20K. Things that I would be interested in and kind of in order would be: Heavy Equipment: Man lift, preferably towable and articulating with at least 35-40’ height. Need one for my yard so not an indoor unit. Hanging Christmas lights on my extension ladder sucks and I have lots of oaks that need trimming. Might consider a trade for a tractor but must have a front end loader and not too big. The only reason I don’t have one now is because I don’t want to tear up my lawn (7 acres). Services: Metal building to replace or an expansion on my existing pole building or standalone building to turn into ½ mancave bar, ½ mommy workshop. Vehicles: Classic car, motor not that important but would prefer not much if any body work. May consider other cars just in case I do sell truck. Jeep Wrangler, 4 door, SUV, not sure, haven’t really thought about it. Lol Tools: Lincoln or Miller Tig welder, Thermal Dynamics plasma cutter, wood lathe, nice sandblast cabinet, jointer. Recreational: RV, prefer a light weight bumper pull because I may sell my F-350 after the boat and would need to tow with normal SUV. Can Am or Razor side by side, 4 door, 1000cc. No motorcycles, my wife would kill me. Will try and put some more pictures up soon but I just had surgery so it may take a few days for me to climb in for more pics. If someone lives a far distance away I’ll help with delivery for a charge of course, have to put a pen to it but probably $1.00/mile with a deposit of course and if that is the case, I’ll have 5 new tires put on the trailer if it sells for my asking price. Cash, $18,500.00 or trade around $21,500.00. I realize it is not boat selling season so don’t lowball me thinking I need to sell, I have no problem waiting or even parting the boat out to get the most money vs. selling it whole. I certainly will consider any reasonable offers. Thanks!

Bayliner Trophy 2502 with Volvo AQAD41 Diesel Engine and DP290 Duoprop

$18,500.00

Angleton, Texas

Year 1992

Make Bayliner

Model Trophy

Category -

Length 25.0

Posted Over 1 Month

0 0 1 11 66 Company 1 1 76 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE 1992 Bayliner Trophy 2502 with Volvo AQAD41 Diesel Engine and DP290 Duoprop Sale or Trade I originally purchased this boat so I could do more spearfishing but decided that after a long day of diving I really did not want to pilot a boat back to shore. I have more money in this boat than I am selling it for, with that said, I am not in hurry to sell it nor do I need to. I just hate seeing it sit unused. I no longer spearfish and have not taken the boat out in over a year. This Trophy is a Walkaround with a cabin. A Volvo diesel engine has been installed as an in-board and it also has the Volvo Penta DP 290 outdrive. The tank holds 100 gallons of diesel and is full. The gentleman I purchased the boat from said it gets close to 5mpg. I did not test this as I never took it more than a mile offshore but it does get good mileage putting up and down the Intercoastal. After I purchased the boat I pulled out the old electronics that were in it and installed a Garmin 7212 Chartplotter, Garmin VHF200 radio, Garmin GMR 18 HD radar, Kenwood Apple iPod/Satellite Radio Marine receiver, and Kenwood 61/2” 2-way speakers. If I remember right, all this stuff somewhere between $5000-$5500 when purchased. I never decided which one I wanted so right now the boat does NOT have a transducer. The boat has a metal grate platform on the back that can be used as a swim platform and it also holds a SSI 320 quart ice chest which will also come with the boat. The boat has a hard fiberglass top. I also purchased a custom cover for the boat which was $500 or maybe a little more. It comes with the aluminum tri-axle trailer you see it on. I installed new wiring and LED lights on the trailer and also added side marker lights. The trailer does not have brakes and pulls just fine. As far as the boat: The previous owner installed a Vintage Air AC system but I’ve never used it. The belt is also not hooked up on the compressor. I asked the guy I bought it from if it worked and he said yes but there was a squeak. I looked at the compressor pulley alignment with the crank pulley and it needs to be spaced out so that could be the only problem. This boat does have a head and freshwater tanks. I’ve never used them so I could not tell you if it works. Same thing for the live well. The previous owner stated all of this worked. The boat looks pretty good but could definitely use a good buffing in my opinion. There are also some various gel-coat cracks. The seats could use some new covers/cusions and the engine could use a good scrape and repaint, I just have not had time to do it. It comes with an anchor that has been mounted but never used. I have the good service manuals for the diesel engine and the outdrive and I'm pretty sure I have the boat owner's manual as well which I will give to the buyer. I also have the Garmin 18 HD instructional DVD that I purchased from Amazon and never opened to give to the buyer. The last time I did take out the boat I bent the props. I had a spare set so I cleaned them up, painted them, and put them on so while they look new in the picture, they are not, just painted but in good condition. I still need to tighten them up. I did not have a lock washer so I had to order one so I just loosely put them on. If I don’t get to it, I will give those parts to the buyer should the boat sell. I also have replaced the bellows and the throttle cable. I have Volvo paint and primer for the engine that I will give the buyer. Also have some paint for the outdrive that you can have. The trailer tires hold air and I have not added any in the time I owned it, surprisingly. I replaced one tire on the trailer so there is one tire that is practically new. The other 5 will probably need to be replaced sooner than later and if the boat is to go on a long road trip I would do it before the trip. I think this should cover it for now, lemme know if you have any questions and I’ll try to answer. I have the title for the boat on hand but will have to give a bill of sale for the trailer. The previous owner had the trailer registered as home made, I just kept it the same. I may be open to trades but the auction will still need to be completed through Ebay so Ebay can get paid. Boat is also for sale locally so I reserve the right to end the listing early if need be. Trades I would be interested in can be partial plus cash or full trade. I’d value the trade at around $20K-$22K. Things that I would be interested in and kind of in order would be: Heavy Equipment: Man lift, preferably towable and articulating with at least 35-40’ height, closer to 50' would be perfect. Need one for my yard so not an indoor unit. Hanging Christmas lights on my extension ladder sucks and I have lots of oaks that need trimming. Might consider a trade for a tractor but must have a front end loader and not too big. The only reason I don’t have one now is because I don’t want to tear up my lawn and I rarely need one. Services: Metal building kit for me to build, or you install a metal building to replace or expand on my existing pole building, or maybe a standalone building for another thing on my project list. Vehicles: Classic car, motor not that important but would prefer not much if any body work. May consider other cars just in case I do sell my truck after the boat. 4 door Jeep Wrangler, SUV, not sure, haven’t really thought about it. Lol Tools: Lincoln or Miller Tig welder, Thermal Dynamics plasma cutter, wood lathe, nice sandblast cabinet, jointer. Recreational: RV, prefer a light weight bumper pull because I may sell my F-350 after the boat and would need to tow with normal SUV. Can Am Maverick or Polaris Razr side by side, 4 door, 1000cc. No motorcycles, my wife would kill me. Will try and put some more pictures of the boat up soon but I just had surgery so it may take a few days for me to climb in for more pics. If someone lives a far distance away I’ll help with delivery for a charge of course, have to put a pen to it but probably $1.00/mile with a deposit of course and if that is the case, I’ll have 5 new tires put on the trailer if it sells for my asking price. Cash, $18,500.00 or trade around $21,500.00. I realize it is not boat selling season so don’t lowball me thinking I need to sell, I have no problem waiting or even parting the boat out to get the most money vs. selling it whole. I certainly will consider any reasonable offers. Thanks!

1996 Bayliner 2509 Trophy

$14,900.00

St. Petersburg, Florida

Year 1996

Make Bayliner

Model 2509 Trophy

Category Cuddy Cabin Boats

Length 25'

Posted Over 1 Month

1996 Bayliner 2509 Trophy This is a big deep hull on this overall 27' boat. She has a 2002 Yamaha 250HP OX66 outboard with 500 hours. And, a completely re-done aluminum trailer w/new wheels, tires,bearings and lights. She is turn key and ready to go! Equipment Includes: New Garmin GPS Map 740s* Radar Arch* Full Enclosure* Full Swim Platform* Swim Ladder* New Pioneer Stereo* Std. VHF* Rear Seats* Full Cushions* Trim Tabs* Hyd. Steering* Dual Batteries* SS Prop* New Compass* New Trim & Tilt Motor* Dual Horns* Serviced Spring 2016* And More!

2006 Bayliner 1703 Trophy Center Console

$12,900.00

Patchogue, New York

Year 2006

Make Bayliner

Model 1703 Trophy Center Console

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

The Bayliner 1703 Trophy Center Console is here. It's clean and powered by a Mercury Optimax 90 outboard. Quick, shallow drafting boat for bay anglers who like rod, tackle and catch storage. Comfortable seating too. Galvanized trailer included in package. Call today.

1997 Bayliner Trophy

$9,500.00

Land O Lakes, Florida

Year 1997

Make Bayliner

Model Trophy

Category Cuddy Cabin Boats

Length 20'

Posted Over 1 Month

1997 Bayliner Trophy,1997 20' Trophy Bayliner Cuddy Cabin with 1999 150HP Mercury Offshore Motor. New fuel gauge, fuel sender and Lenco Trim Tabs. Two new interstate batteries. All new thru haul ports. New recovered seats with memory foam. New portable toilet...never used, Two anchors, Fire extinguisher and 8 life jackets. Magic Tilt Trailer. Serious inquiries only $9500

2005 Bayliner 2502 Trophy WA

$26,500.00

Edgewater, Maryland

Year 2005

Make Bayliner

Model 2502 Trophy WA

Category Cuddy Cabin Boats

Length 25'

Posted Over 1 Month

2005 Bayliner 2502 Trophy WA The 2502 is up to any challenge. The 2502 has all the necessary options to get you on the fish and keep you there until you are ready to return and weigh in your catch at the end of the day. She's a tough tournament fishing machine. Her flared bow keeps you dry through the ruff stuff and her deep-Vee will slice through the waves getting you to the fishing hole fast and dry in most cases. Convenient storage and good space to work. The cockpit was laid out for serious angling with a Pro Package. Stainless steel toe rails ran along both port and starboard for catch and release action.   Well laid out helm with a Ritchie compass, fishfinder/gps/chartplotter, and Furuno radar, multi-gauges and switches are all within easy reach of the helmsman. This model has a fixed position hydraulic steering package.  This boat is equipped and ready to go!   Dual-purpose 360-degree swivel helm and passenger seats No-feedback hydraulic steering for effortless control Large console for placement of your electronics Roomy cockpit with self-bailing fiberglass liner INCLUDES A 2005 LOADRITE TRAILER FURUNO MARINE RADAR LOWRANCE LCX-111C HD SONAR AND MAPPING GPS TRIM TABS REMOTE SPOT LIGHT WINDLASS HARD TOP FULL COCKPIT ENCLOSURE

1998 Bayliner Trophy 2052 WA

$17,500.00

Dania Beach, Florida

Year 1998

Make Bayliner

Model Trophy 2052 WA

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

REALLY GOOD DEAL ON THIS 1998 BAYLINER TROPHY 2052 WA STRONG AND DRY BOAT WELL MAINTAINED BY THE OWNER ENGINE RECENTLY TUNE UP ( JULY 2016 ) GOOD COMPRESSION TEST BRAND NEW TRAILER 2016 !!!  COMES WITH A BIMINI TOP !!!!!!!

1987 Bayliner Hard Top Trophy

$11,545.00

Everett, Washington

Year 1987

Make Bayliner

Model Hard Top Trophy

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

CLEAN 1987 Bayliner Hard Top Trophy Classic Hard Top Trophy !!!!! Clean !!!!!! New Cobra Outdrive !! Nearly New Engine with ONLY 150 Hours on it !!!!!! Cabin HeaterStoveSinkIce boxHeadBattery SystemFresh water tankMotor new in 2003Outdrive new 2015Garmin,VHF,AM/FM1996 EZ Loader Trailer GalvanizedNew Prop

2005 Bayliner Trophy 1902

$14,995.00

Eugene, Oregon

Year 2005

Make Bayliner

Model Trophy 1902

Category Fishing Boats

Length 19'

Posted Over 1 Month

2005 Bayliner Trophy 1902, Just in! - 2005 Trophy 1902 WA - Powered by a 115 Mercury efi 4 stroke motor - Karavan galvanized trailer - Brakes and swing away tongue - Options included: - Wash-down pump - Live-well - Built in fish boxes - Cuddy cabin - Porta potti - Full top and more. This boat package is like new in almost flawless condition and has never been in salt water. Previous owner lived in Wisconsin. This is an awesome fishing boat in fabulous condition at an affordable price of $14,995.00

1988 Bayliner Trophy 24

$4,995.00

Cornelius, North Carolina

Year 1988

Make Bayliner

Model Trophy 24

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a well maintained and good condition 24' flybridge with tons of interior space.  You can drive from inside or on the top deck for a great view.  It is powered by a V8 motor that runs well.  In the cabin, there is great headroom and wide open windows for great lake views.  There is a head, V-berth bed, dinette that converts into a second bed, full galley and more.  The interior is in great shape.  The Trailer is $2000 additional.  Call or email for more information.  You won't find an '88 in better shape than this one!

2000 Bayliner Trophy 1903 CC

$11,900.00

Sodus Point, New York

Year 2000

Make Bayliner

Model Trophy 1903 CC

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

NEW LISTING 2000 Bayliner Trophy 1903 CC 2000 Bayliner Trophy 1903 CCMercury 125 HPTrailer IncludedMinn Kota Trolling MotorBimini TopVHF RadioHummingbird 788cBow RailNew Listing.

1996 Bayliner 20 Trophy

$10,490.00

Key Largo, Florida

Year 1996

Make Bayliner

Model 20 Trophy

Category Saltwater Fishing Boats

Length 20'

Posted Over 1 Month

1996 Bayliner 20 Trophy This 1996 Bayliner 20' Trophy Center Console is powered by a 2006 Honda 135 Four Stroke.  Includes:T-TopHandheld GPSHummingbird Depth FinderMarine VHFLivewellBow RailFishboxAnchor LockerCaptain ChairsTurn Key!

1990 Bayliner 2302 Trophy Walkaround DX/LX

$9,000.00

Dixon, California

Year 1990

Make Bayliner

Model 2302 Trophy Walkaround DX/LX

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

No commentary provided for the Bayliner 2302 Trophy Walkaround DX-LX.

1990 Bayliner 2302 Trophy Walkaround DX/LX

$9,000.00

Dixon, California

Year 1990

Make Bayliner

Model 2302 Trophy Walkaround DX/LX

Category Walkaround Boats

Length 23'

Posted Over 1 Month

1990 Bayliner 2302 Trophy Walkaround DX/LX No commentary provided for the Bayliner 2302 Trophy Walkaround DX-LX.