May Craft 18 Commercial Boats for sale
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Tuckerton, New Jersey
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2015 MayCraft 1800 Skiff powered by an Evinrude 75hp E-tec engine. Included options; Lenco Trim Tabs. Specifications; 1700 pounds in weight, 18'8" in length, 7' 6" wide, 11" draft, 42 gal fuel tank. Usage; Pleasure or commercial crabbing, fishing, hunting in ocean, bay, rivers and creeks. Warranties; 7 year May Craft hull / 7 year Evinrude Etec. In-stock price - $16,995 + freight, prep, tax, title and registration. Offered by Jarvis Marine, 234 Radio Road, Little Egg Harbor, NJ 08087. Only one in stock! Financing available for qualified buyers. Stop-in or call us to fill out an application today!! Call Al @ 609-513-5918 to discuss. Listed price includes hull and motor plus freight, prep, tax, title and registration fees. Additional options available. Jarvis Marine sells nothing but quality products, backed by quality service, at a fair price. We're different. We're better.
Tuckerton, New Jersey
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2014 (NEW) MayCraft 2700 Pilot XL powered by twin Evinrude 175hp E-tec engines (available with up to twin 225's - Yamaha or Evinrude), 9'6" beam, approximately 6500 pounds, 153 gallon fuel tank, 18" draft, overall length - 32'. This is an affordable and economical offshore fishing machine used by Charter Captains and Commercial Fishermen throughout the East and Gulf Coasts. The Evinrude E-tec engines come with a 5 year warranty. The May-Craft Pilothouse also comes in 23' and 25' models and several colors. Offered by Jarvis Marine, 234 Radio Road, Little Egg Harbor, NJ, 08087. Financing available for qualified buyers. Contact Al @ 609-513-5918 to discuss your interest. .
Make Marinette Marine
Category Pilothouse Boats
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Seeking a buyer or business partner - YP685 has been sitting idle, waiting on me to get enough funds to finish her refit. A decommissioned United States Naval Academy "Yard Patrol" boat, YP685 was stripped of parts before my purchase, I've been collecting parts and working as I can to prepare the vessel to pass Coast Guard inspection. My original intention was to refit for ocean surveying, but... YP685 would make the perfect dinner cruise vessel for Naval Academy alumni and their families visiting the Annapolis area. The revenue possibilities are only limited by the time and financial commitments of the next owner: weekend cruises or weekday cruises, quality of the dining experience, duration of cruise, there are a number of factors that can influence the revenue with this business opportunity. The vessel was built with a commercial galley to serve daily meals to a complement of 24 midshipmen and 6 crew members. The dining room seats 18, and the main salon could seat another 12 depending on the table configurations. Burning 10 gallons per hour per engine at cruise speed (8 knots) results in a meager $60/hour operating expense for fuel at current prices. Hire a Captain, Mate, Steward, table attendants, chefs, and you're ready to schedule cruises once the Coast Guard assigns the Certificate of Inspection. The current conditions which I continue to address are: port engine is missing numerous parts required to operatestarboard engine is missing numerous parts required to operate port generator is missing numerous parts required to operate starboard generator is missing numerous parts required to operate fuel lines show some age and segments should be replaced engine controls are missing from the pilot house rudder controls are missing from the pilot house recommission the commercial fire alarm and suppression systems haul out for inspection and repair of running gear as required install hydraulic davit on foredeck for tender and anchor recovery all electronics have been removed, navigational equipment is required repair and recommission the plumbing systems My realistic estimate is that the boat can be made operational with $30k invested in the re-fitment, and another $30k will bring it to a level to receive the COI AND present well enough to get high reviews by dining guests. The end result of this investment is a news-worthy dinner cruise experience on a path toward sustainable and pristine, award-winning appearances along the eastern coast. The initial boat survey appraisal was $125k (at the time of my purchase), but I am simply looking to recover my investment, or locate serious investors with interest in such a business. I am seeking an exit strategy and debt payoff. One possible source for operational support would be creating a Foundation to preserve the heritage of the Yard Patrol boats of the Naval Academy. Starting a non-profit with this intention would certainly become a catalyst for exposure as well as financial support. The business model for a dinner cruise is ideally suited for an existing restaurant with available dockage where the owner is searching for a “hook” to bring in more patrons. By docking at the restaurant, YP685 will attract more patrons to come visit the boat. A modest cover charge would allow visitors passage across the gangway onto her decks where they can explore the feeling of being on and in a YP. Perhaps a limited number of tables can be set up in the main salon providing the consideration for many of the enjoyment of the dinner cruise experience. Reservations can be sold for dinner during a two-hour cruise in the vicinity of the Severn River, providing passengers with spectacular views of the local landmarks from the deck of an operational YP. Dinner would be served in two or three waves, with each deck being served at a specific time frame, allowing the crew to pace themselves to provide maximum service to the passengers with minimum fatigue. Two short cruises could be scheduled for Saturday afternoon, and three short cruises could be scheduled for Sunday. Private cruises could be scheduled ad hoc, allowing opportunities for exclusive charters. The boat is big enough to accommodate a live-aboard Master in the v-berth, and the rest of the vessel could be restored to duplicate the fitment as used in training, allowing Naval Academy alumni to show and explain to family members what the experience was like as a midshipman on their first mission cruise. Without the constraints of government contracts, certain aspects of the vessel can be improved, reducing or eliminating some of the unpleasantries while improving safety and comfort for passengers and crew: more effective mufflers and exhaust for the engines and generators, more efficient heating and cooling systems, more intelligent electronics and security/safety systems, deployment of the latest video cameras, proximity systems and engine controls, etc. The upgrade possibilities are limited only by funding and passion. This vessel has the potential to become a national landmark in the Chesapeake Bay area. Her Master would give numerous talks, and the vessel’s social media pages would get global attention. I suspect that the other yard patrol boats will quickly be targeted by interested investors, willing to either compete for the money and notoriety or preserve their own experience as midshipmen. Or perhaps the next owner of YP685 will grow the Foundation and fleet with additional vessels as they are decommissioned. It is possible that the Foundation may request sponsorship, receiving the decommissioned vessels for free from the Navy as a way of preserving the heritage of the Naval Academy. In the meantime, the host restaurant will continue to thrive.
West Palm Beach, Florida
New INMAR 430-MIL (14' 0") Military Series Inflatable Boat (new in box - top quality Hypertex, polyester like a Zodiac ) +++ Boat under Warranty until May 2018 ++++ Includes: INMAR 430-MIL boat ( NEW still in box ) Hypertex, polyester (Not a PVC Boat) ================================================================================== Military and Professional range of craft. The Military series is one of our most respected inflatable boats. Recently, the series has gone through extensive upgrades, further enhancing its durability. Suitable for a wide range of applications, it is easy to see why the Military Series if the choice for multiple professionals. The new features of this boat include an increase in material thickness, We are now producing 1.5mm material thinckness for our tubes, compared to the standard models at only .9mm. We even went a step further in creating a secondary layer that runs the length of the tube bottoms. This gives a total of 3mm of material for running up on the rocky beaches. All our Professional series have 6 air chambers standard. Safety and keeping you afloat is priority one for JP Marine. Our Military Series boats are designed to be functional, durable and versatile. Two people can assemble most of our models and have the craft operational in less than 20 minutes. Specifications: Length: 14' 0"Beam: 6' 5"Hull weight: 253 lbs.Capacity: 8 persons / 2,395 lbs.Max HP 40 HP / Short shaftTube diameter: 20" (Separate air chambers 6 + 1)Fabric: Hypertex, polyester, 1.5 mm. dual coated materialFactory warranty: 3 years recreational / 1 year commercial Standard Features: Non-skid aluminum floor with anodized aluminum stringersBow floorboard, wood, black Marine plywood transom, black Aluminum engine mounting plateReinforcement on tube transom attachments Standard pop-up self bailers (internal release)All around rub strake, flat profile, blackRubbing strakes for beaching on keel and tubes Eight carry handles, soft handle neoplrene covered nylonBow handle (Stainless) Exterior/Interior lifelines (Peripheral) Fifteen Interior tie down D-rings (Stainless steel)Reinforcing seat patches on tubes Two large tow rings on bow (Stainless steal)Two large tow rings on rear tubes(Stainless steal)Foot pump with hose & gauge (1) includedRepair kit (1) includedStorage bags, floor (1) hull (1), bow bag (1)Paddle set (Alum. shaft, plastic blade)Shipping Information Boat package dimensions: 54x28x18 (0.26 cbm.)Boat package weight: 196 lbs.Floor package dimensions: 45x29x13 (0.26 cbm.)Floor package weight: 149 lbs. ================================================================================= Info about 430-MIL Boat:: inmarinflatables.com/Military-inflatable-boat-navy-seal-14-FT-Black-p/430-mil.htm ====================================================================================== Boat is new in box - ====================================================================================== You must pay the freight shipping cost of two boxes Boat package dimensions: 54x28x18 Boat package weight: 196 lbs. Floor package dimensions: 45x29x13 Floor package weight: 149 lbs. Freight service: R+L Carriers 800-543-5589 -- Call for shipping estimate Or any freight carrier of your choice you need pay shipping cost. + continental USA shipping only - No International Sales. Most States in continental USA shipping cost will be from $150. to $250.