Shrimp Boats for sale
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St Helena, South Carolina
Nice looking boat that is in very good condition. Remanufactured engines, new carpentry in cabin. Solid vessel that is ready to shrimp. Recent electrical work and new wiring, Plumbing and holding tanks are in good shape. Stock #238062 refurbished and repowerd in 2018 - new Cummins diesels! The boat was repowered and refurbished in 2018. Remanufactured Cummins engines were installed and are still under warranty. Winches, nets, and rigging are in very good condition and the boat is ready to work. Originally built as a 29 footer, the hull has been extended to thirty-eight feet. Thick, solid, fiberglass hull with a large working area. High sides and gunwales. The cabin had carpentry work ongoing when photographed, but has a nice layout with a full head, large helm area with cabinets and seats. Engines are located midships and are easy to access. Reason for selling is health.
The condition of this shrimp boat was very good. - The owner takes pride in the cleanliness of his vessel for lasting value. - The inside was clean and very manageable. - Nice shower room. - Galley had plenty of space along with the three berths for sleeping. - Nets and rigging in great shape. Stock #125415 True working shrimp boat, loaded and ready to go * Original one owner vessel, current owner commissioned this vessel in 1988, last Landry shrimp boat ever built * Dependability of this vessel is good for the long haul. Many trips and long hours for the crew of "Cap't Sid". It's a must when a heavy responsibility is in your hands * Navigation with autopilot in place and all communications electronics, GPS, Radar, Depth Finder, etc. needed for a week or two on the water * Current owner reports new 15k Kubota generator installed in Nov 2020 ($9000) * The deep V makes for a comfortable ride even in rough weather for the whole crew. * All wood vessel, durable and has spent many years proving its integrity. Also an overlay of fiberglass on the Starboard and Port sides along with Bow and Stern decking for lasting dependability Reason for selling is current owner is now retiring and ready to sell !!.
- The Detroit Diesels comes complete with an Allison transmission coupled to a 3" stainless shaft. - Hauled out and had a bottom job in 2016 - Foam insulation sprayed throughout in 2010. - The owner keeps everything clean and painted you would have a hard time finding any corrosion. Stock #167450 Steel Hull shrimper refitted with Detroit Diesel Turbo charged engine -setup for Skimming or Butterfly Originally built by Exxon as a service vessel for the oilfield, this 40ft shrimper has been owned by the same person for the last 30years. It was converted to a Skimmer/Butterfly shrimper with 8ft adjustment from twelve to twenty foot deep. It has been rigged for single-handed operation. Comes with 12 sets of skimmer nets each 12' x 16' x 55' the below deck holds can carry 120 ea 100-pound boxes. A hydraulic deck windlass is powered by a PTO off the main engine. She was worked till 2013 when the owner retired. Make an offer on this money making shrimp boat. Reason for selling is owner retiring from boating.
Per the Seller: The boat is in good condition. All the electrical and electronics are in working order. All of the winches and catheads work as intended. The seller states it's ready to get out on the water and catch shrimp. Stock #237665 32' Lafitte Skiff Shrimp Boat, Fully Rigged with Skimmer Nets, Caterpillar 3126 Engine, Ready to go!!! This 1987 Custom Built Lafitte Skiff Shrimp boat is ready to go. It includes the frames, nets, ice boxes, and runs like a champ. The seller states it was constructed at the time when the South Louisiana boat builders were transitioning from wooden to fiberglass hulls for Lafitte Skiffs. At that time they did not know how thick to make the hull so they were made thicker than later constructed boats. It has a well-maintained Caterpillar 3126 diesel engine and has a 28x28 four-blade bronze propeller. Reason for selling is no longer using.