SOLD/EXPIRED 2000 16 ft. Dolphin/Gordon skiff

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired Classifieds' started by henryos, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. henryos

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    This was originally a Dolphin SuperSkiff. In 2007 it was completely rebuilt at Gordon Boatworks by a Gordon employee for his own personal use. All materials and workmanship are of the highest Gordon/Hells Bay standards. This skiff is truly one of a kind. It is super quiet, runs well in a chop, and can operate in extremely shallow water. $14,500 (772) 341-4342

    - 50 h.p. well maintained Yamaha 2 stroke with carbon fiber tiller extension
    - New aluminum trailer custom fitted by East Cape Skiffs
    - Birdsall removable trolling motor mount 
    - Oversized Lenco trim tabs, gets on plane quickly.   
    - 10 rod holders
    - Polling platform and coffin box made by Blue Point Fabrication.
    - Integrated toe rail on bow to keep fly line on board

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  2. Shadowcast

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    WOW! Very nice. That will not last long!
     

  3. henryos

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    Here is another pic.[i[​IMG]mg][/img]
     
  4. EER

    EER I Love microskiff.com! Gen 2 Copperhead

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    Thats a really nice looking skiff! Shouldn't be around long.
     
  5. 8loco

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    What's housed in the coffin box? Is there a live well on board?
     
  6. henryos

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    Coffin box is used for dry storage. No  built-in live well although I am sure one could be added. Portable live wells (BaitBen) always worked fine for me during the mullet run or when using pilchards, etc.            
     
  7. 8loco

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    Just wanted to say I love the setup on this boat. Plan on doing something similar with my ranger banshee.
     
  8. Sheremeta

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  9. henryos

    henryos Well-Known Member

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    Can't do a trade. Due to a recent death in the family I now have some obligations which will be keeping me out of state and away from the coast and won't be needing a boat for a while.
     
  10. Sheremeta

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    Do you know how long the boat is prop to bow? (small garage)
     
  11. henryos

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    Boat, motor and trailer will require approximately 22 ft. of space to fit into a garage with motor trimmed down.
     
  12. Mikealfan

    Mikealfan I Love microskiff.com!

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    Looks like a renegade to me?
     
  13. henryos

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    I was recently told it was actually the predecessor to the Renegade and is a Kevlar Pro, not a Super Skiff. I tried to edit my original post to make this change but apparently can't do so now.
    Not sure if the Renegade has a pocket hull. This boat does.   
     
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