Don't really want to do it, but I'm putting my skiff on the market. I've had this boat about a year, and it was previously owned by an inshore charter guide who bought it new and kept the skiff in great shape. Boat is located in Mobile AL, and the details include: 2000 Baycraft 155 Skiff 1998 Johnson 60 HP Outboard 2009 Karavan Galv Trailer w/ swing-away tongue (Bought new in 2011) Center Console 70lb 24v Riptide Trolling Motor w/ onboard charger Garmin 440S GPS/Depth Finder Combo Stiffy Pushpole Plumbed with 2 livewells Everything works great with this boat and it is 100% ready to fish. In the last 3 months the boat has had an electrical overhaul done and had the keel fiberglass & gelcoat professionally touched up and looks brand new. The trailer looks like it's never been in the water. Motor runs strong and was just serviced. There are some minor cosmetic issues that could be addressed. These include replacing 3 plastic hatches ($60/ea from Daytona Plastics) and putting a fresh coat of paint on the trolling motor bracket. None of which impact the performance, fishability, or reliability of the boat. The ONLY reason I'm looking to sell this boat is because I'm wanting to go smaller, lighter, and shallower. This boat is extremely reliable and dry, I just typically make short runs and fish very shallow and it makes sense to downsize. I'm asking $7000 just as an attempt to get most back of what I have put into it. I'm open to offers, but not low-balls because I can easily continue to fish this boat for years to come without a problem.