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Kayot Legend Boats for sale
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2005 Kayot Legend This Is A 2005 Kayot Legend Deck Boat, Equipped With A Mercruiser 350 MAG MPI, Twin SS Prop, Bravo-3 I/O, 300Hp And 78Hrs. Includes Am/Fm CD Player, Depth Sounder, Dual Batteries With Switch, Trim Indicator, Fire Extinguisher, Docking Lights, Porta Potti, Ski Locker, Snap Carpet, Bimini Top, Glove Box, Sink And Swim Step With Fold Down Ladder. Seats 15, Extra Large Captain Seat, L-Shape Passenger Bench, Port And Bow Benches, And Port Side Midship Entrance. Trailer Is A 2005 Trailrite, Painted Black, Tandem Axle With Aluminum Step Plates, Disc Brakes, Surge Brakes And Spare Tire With Carrier. Trades Welcome. Come On In To Make A Deal! WAS Priced At $27,500 NOW ONLY $24,750 WITH 10% OFF!!! HURRY IN BEFORE THIS DEAL ENDS!!
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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1994 Harris Kayot Legend. 1994 Harris Kayot Legend- This unique designed boat offers functional open floor which can accommodate up to 16 passengers.- Teal and white in color.- In addition this boat offers a lot of storage along with ample horse power that can move this 23 foot boat to 40 MPH.- This unusual hull is pushed through the water with a newer Jasper 5.7 liter engine with approximately 100 hours.- With a newer custom made cover and Bimini top it makes this boat stand out both in and out of the water.- The 2000 Eagle trailer allows simple quick turn-around when launching and recovering the boat.- Giving you a feel that the boat is much smaller than it really is.- Boat cover included- A new marine radio with speakers that helps compliments this incredible value Located in Cedar Rapids IA.. Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranties..
1997 Harris FloteBote Legend The interior of the Legend has a lot to like, starting with the waterproof dash. It can be hosed down without damage to switches, according to Harris-Kayot. All switches have push-button breakers situated right next to them. The stainless-steel wheel tilts for standing or sitting operation, but I found the 26-inch distance from the seat base to the foot rest a bit tight when sitting. One feature that will sell a lot of these boats to families is the bathroom compartment tucked inside the console. The space in there is snug (44-by-40-by-51-inches), but it is enough to provide the necessary privacy. It's a better arrangement than the fold-out stalls provided on some deck-style boats, because it's always available. The galley area includes a pump-type sink connected to a 5-gallon freshwater tank, a cutting board, under-sink storage area and a compartment where the ice chest stows out of sight but within easy reach. The dining table sets into a socket in the bow, with seating on two wrap-around couches. The largest seating area is a wrap-around couch that extends from the back of the boat to the middle of the deck. All of the seats feature plastic-encapsulated foam, so that they don't soak up water, and the upholstery is stitched with Dacron. The seats are rot-proof and should keep the vinyl trim looking new for years. The seat bases are fiberglass rather than wood as in some other deck-style boats, again promising years of service. The rear section of the cockpit seat is part of the engine hatch, and the whole thing tilts forward when you release the three stainless-steel latches, revealing the entire engine for easy belt changes, oil check, etc. The cover is fairly heavy, but it's not difficult for one person to tilt. Plenty of storage There's abundant storage throughout the boat, with the largest area under the longest couch. The space is long enough to store fishing poles. There's added space under each bow couch and a 21-by-14 1/2 -by-11-inch anchor locker in the bow. The locker has an overboard drain, so muddy water