SOLD/EXPIRED 14' Flats Boat--2006 25HP Suzuki 4 Stroke

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired Classifieds' started by mitchellucf42, May 11, 2015.

  1. mitchellucf42

    mitchellucf42 I Love microskiff.com!

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    For sale is my 14' custom flats boat paired with a 2006 Suzuki 4 Stoke engine with less than 200 hours. Boat is registered as a 'custom' hull but is very similar to a 13' Boston Whaler hull. Boat was a project boat that was completely gutted and redone in 2006 and is a great layout as an inshore flats boat and is in immaculate condition--always garage kept. Boat is wired for a trolling motor and comes with a minn kota quick release mount but no trolling motor. It runs ~25 mph with two people and fishing gear and will run all day on a few gallons of gas--a really fun little boat. Will also run in ~10 inches of water when tilted properly. Other features are as follows.

    Bob's Machine Shop 6" Manual Jack Plate
    Nauticus Smart Tabs
    Carbon Marine Tiller Extension
    8' Wang Anchor
    Spare aluminum prop.
    4 Under Gunnel Rod Holders
    Bimini Top
    New Tires/spare tire and hubs (<500 miles)
    Boat Cover

    $3750
    Title in hand. Located in Odessa, FL.

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  2. chuck62

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    Nice little rig.
     

  3. flounda

    flounda I Love microskiff.com!

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    Electric start? Do you know how skinny she goes at idle speed?
     
  4. mitchellucf42

    mitchellucf42 I Love microskiff.com!

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    Sorry I did not specify, it is a manual pull start. Starts first pull. No need for a battery taking up weight if you don't use a trolling motor.

    I would venture a guess around 12" at idle. I have never raised or lowered the jack plate because it runs well where it is but I am sure it could go higher/run a little skinnier without cavitation if need be. Boat floats by itself in about 5 inches.
     
  5. eakelly

    eakelly I Love microskiff.com!

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    Nice looking skiff! Do you know what it weighs? I'm looking for a tender to a big boat and need something light.
     
  6. mitchellucf42

    mitchellucf42 I Love microskiff.com!

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    I honestly don't know an exact weight but it is not much. I have beached it (purposely) at the sandbar and can easily be pushed off. Engine alone is 210 lbs I believe. I would venture a guess of overall weight around 700 lbs.
     
  7. lfcmike06

    lfcmike06 I Love microskiff.com!

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    Would you consider selling your skiff without the motor?
     
  8. mitchellucf42

    mitchellucf42 I Love microskiff.com!

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    I have a few people interested in the whole setup but if it doesn't work out, I have no problem separating.