Logic 210 Cc Boats for sale
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The 210 offers ample elbow room for anglers to fish off the bow and stern without tangling lines. Walking around the boat is easy and safe, thanks to high gunwales and a secure railing. Also, the polyethylene is much less slippery than traditional fiberglass; coupled with the anti-skid pattern, it offers very good traction underfoot. Newly re-powered in 2013 with a brand new 2007 Johnson 200 hp outboard and ready to fish. This vessel has been well-maintained and needs a new home. ***** All information provided by current owner. Bring all reasonable offers! Stock #096332 If you are in the market for a fishing, look no further than this 2001 Logic 210 CC, just reduced to $11,900 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Apopka, Florida and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Johnson engine that has only 80 hours. Reason for selling is no longer has time to enjoy the boat.
Fort Myers, Florida
Category Center Consoles
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2001 Logic 210 Center Console 2001 Logic 210 CC, 2004 Yamaha F150TXRC, Motor has 377 hours, Load Rite Galvanized Single Axle Trailer, Bimini Top, Icom VHF Radio, Garmin GPSmap 740s GPS/Fishfinder. The Logic 210 Center Console has become a favorite with offshore fishing fans with its 30-gallon baitwell, huge storage lockers, and self-bailing cockpit. The gunwales are at the right height and a large open-bow cockpit makes casting and fighting fish a breeze. The helm accommodates all important electronics, plus the deep-V hull provides a solid, dry ride with incredible performance. This boat gets up on plane with little bow rise and comes available with a factory-installed T-top.
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2001 Logic 210CC Very Nice 2001 Logic 210CC Fishing Boat. Rigged with a 2003 150 Evinrude. Good Compression on all Cylinders. Includes a 2004 Loadrite Aluminum Tandem Axel Trailer. T-Top with Rocket Launcher. Bow Rail, Depth Finder, GPS, VHF Radio, Solar Panel and Fire Extinguisher. Ready to Fish! - 2001 Logic 210CC. 2004 Loadrite Aluminum Trlr. 150 Evinrude
2004 TRIUMPH BOATS 210 CC Triumph's 210 CC may be a lightweight, but it's no pushover. Load this boat up with a bunch of fishing gear, fill the bait tank and bring along a few of your friends, and it is going to settle nicely down into the water. Fast. Good. Cheap. The classic school of thought tells us that we can have two out of the three in any combination, but never all three at once. However, Triumph has proven that it can be done with its 210 Center Console fish boat. The 210 CC is fast not only when it's in the water, but also on the assembly line. Triumph uses Roplene roto-molded polyethylene to build dual-hull boats in one seamless piece, so it drastically cuts down on production time. Roplene construction also means that the 210 CC is good for the environment. There are no hazardous air pollutants or materials generated during the manufacturing process, and both the boat and mold are 100 percent recyclable. The quality of the 210 CC's construction, however, is more than just good — it's great. Triumph's claim to fame is that it makes the "World's Toughest Boats," able to stand up to the most rigorous abuse. Let's not forget our favorite of the three: cheap. Recent enhancements to Triumph's factory, along with Roplene's cost-effective manufacturing process, keeps production costs low, resulting in a lower MSRP for new boat buyers, to save big bucks. A Whole New Image In 1999, Genmar acquired Logic, the company that had introduced the Roplene roto-molded polyethylene construction system back in 1994. The innovative Roplene system received a lot of attention when it won the North Carolina Governor's New Product Award in 1997. That was followed by the National Society of Professional Engineers Best New Product award in 1998. The technology is once again on display — aboard the 210 CC. Last year, Genmar announced that it had made substantial improvements to the Roplene system, which warranted the introduction of an entirely new brand name. Hence, the company Logic was renamed Triumph Boats. Genmar expanded the Durham, North Carolina plant to 85,000 square feet and installed the world's first shuttle-oven system, which can charge, mold and cool in one automated, computer-controlled operation. With a shuttle-oven system, a polyethylene compound powder is poured into a high-temperature mold mounted in a large convection oven and rotated both vertically and horizontally. The oven's heat melts the powder, which forms the boat. The mold continues to rotate during the cooling stage to ensure an even, consistent thickness. This sophisticated machine is capable of producing boats up to 23 feet long with amazing precision in a single shift, which is just a fraction of the time it takes to build a fiberglass boat from start to finish. As a result, retail pricing can be drastically reduced for the Triumph brand, which currently offers 13 different m