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2014 Starweld 1600 DC Ski

2014 Starweld 1600 DC Ski

$16,500

Stockton, California

Year 2014

Make Starweld

Model 1600 DC Ski

Category Fishing Boats

Length 16'

Posted Over 1 Month

2014 Starweld 1600 DC Ski ONE OWNER BOAT! PRICE REDUCTION!! TRANSFERABLE WARRANTY ON BOTH!!! OPTIONS: - Full Isinglass window enclosure- dual console walk through  - Minn Kota trolling motor with separate battery -Live well with catch basket -Fold-able bench seat in rear-fishing platform when down -8 Mount rod holder -Locking rod storage -Custom canvas boat cover-Snaps only no ties no straps -helm & jump seat are removable to create optional seat in rear or bow for fishing -Bimini top with fisherman's enclosure -2 New spare tires -Hummingbird depth and fish finder -Single axle ez loader trailer with fold away tongue -Removable bow cushions -Custom snap in floor cover-option to move out when fishing -Swim step for easy access in and out of water priced to sell. ONLY used in freshwater and washed / cleaned after every use Boat has always been stored indoors. this beautiful Fish. Ski boat is nothing short of turn key and go, ready to hit the water, power is no problem with this 2014 Mercury 90hp when pulling a skier or wanting to get to your favorite hidden fishing spot. very stable and cuts through a wake with ease. Tows nicely with any Medium or small Half ton truck !

Bayliner Trophy 2502 with Volvo AQAD41 Diesel Engine and DP290 Duoprop

Bayliner Trophy 2502 with Volvo AQAD41 Diesel Engine and DP290 Duoprop

$18,500

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!

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

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

$18,500

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!

2016 Hewescraft Ocean Pro 220ET HT

2016 Hewescraft Ocean Pro 220ET HT

$66,995

Hayden, Idaho

Year 2016

Make Hewescraft

Model Ocean Pro 220ET HT

Category Fishing Boats

Length 22'

Posted Over 1 Month

2016 Hewescraft Ocean Pro 220ET HT 2016 Hewescraft Ocean Pro 220ET HT Trailer: EZ LOADER: 21-24 5200 This boat has the bulkhead on the hard top. Battery: Sel Switch (1) W/Dual TBulkheadCanvas: Commode CurtainCarpet: SidewallDownrigger BracketFuel Line: 2nd PickupFuel Sys: 85G TankLight: FloodFishing DeckLight: LED Curtesy @3Livewell: Rear ET DeckRod Holders: RTK Launch 8 StnSeat: 42 Sleeper W/Cut OutSeat: Truck Suspension Upg P&SSharkhideSteering: Hyd SSProStern Rails W/ DR BrktWashdown Pump: Opt ETYamaha Pre-Rig

2000 Aquasport Explorer

2000 Aquasport Explorer

$14,500

Hallettsville, Texas

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

Private Seller (281) 684-9174 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Photo 11 Photo 12 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 2000 Aquasport Explorer,2000 Cuddy Cabin 24 with 2002 Honda 225HP EFI - Serviced and inspected by mechanic to ensure everything worked before I placed it for sale. This boat has been well maintained and seen very little saltwater. Spent most of its existence in North Texas and used in freshwater. - Cleaned and flushed before and after trips. - Always stored under carport with boat cover.- The 225 HP Honda will put the boat on plane in seconds.- Super stable- Walk around cabin makes makes docking and working around the boat easy- This is a big boat but easily pulled behind a ton truck.-The easy loader trailer makes launching and recovery a snap. - The boat is a 2000 Aquasport 225 Explorer- The engine is a 2002 Honda 225 HP Electric Fuel Injected Outboard (only 217 hours)- The Trailer is a 2000 Easy Loader Tandem Trailer- No soft spots on deck.- No rust- everything works - GPS & Depth/Fish Finder installed in 2012- Dual Batteries replaced in 2012- Bunks on trailer replaced in 2012- Seat Pads and all Vinyl in good condition- Stereo- Sink- Built in Fish Boxes- Onboard battery maintainer- Original Sales pamphlets and manuals- Anchor included- cover included- Porta-a-pot- fresh water wash down- live well- in transom tackle box- lots of rod holders- Compass- heavy duty ladder - walk through transom to dive platform- bimini top- length 24- Beam 86- Fuel Capacity 103 gal- Fresh water capacity 8 gal.- power trim tabs- Stainless steel prop- Trailer has Surge Brakes, good tires, and lights work. $14,500 OBOThe titles are held by bank. All funds will have to clear before the boat leaves my possession. $14500, 2816849174 Be sure: Get a boat history report|Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|