2005 ECC 18’ Gladesmen – 2003 25 Mercury • 2005 Everglades Canoe Company (East Cape Canoe Co. / East Cape Skiffs) 18’ Gladesmen o Kevlar Hull Package – Hull Weight approx 200 lbs o Aluminum Grab Bar o Manual Jackplate – Unknown make o Stainless Pop-Up Cleat on bow o 6 Gal Poly Removable Tank o 1 Gal Reserve o Lenco Trim Tabs o Rule Bilge Pump o Sharkeye Nav Lights o Switch Panel mounted on rear bulkhead o 12V Plug mounted on rear bulkhead o 2014 12V Battery w/ Tray o 2014 Tibor Pushpole Caddy • 2005 Ram-Lin Trailer o Galvanized / Good Cosmetic and Structural Condition o Torsion Axle o 2014 13” Continental Aluminum Mag Wheels / 2014 Tires o Spare Wheel w/ Cover o 2014 Transom Saver (Not shown in pics) o 2015 Hardmounted Ratchet Straps • 2003 25HP Mercury o Black Paint / Fair Cosmetic and Mechanical Condition o 2014 36” Strongarm Tiller Extension [ch61607] Black Paracord Coxcombing Wrap o 2014 Powertech Stainless SRA3R 13P o 9.5”x13” Spare Alum Prop o 95/100 Compression • Bluepoint Aluminum Casting Platform o Mounted on back deck to serve as poling platform / driving seat o Rod Holder o Stainless Turnbuckle / Hardware • Ditch Bag o Safety Equipment / Flares, Life Jackets, Throwables, Etc o Fire Extinguisher o Misc Tools o Misc Boat Equipment • 40 QT Frigid Rigid o Cushion • 2014 Full Boat / Trailer Cover – Fair Condition • 21' Stiffy Hybrid •Front deck was repaired last year where trolling motor mount was removed. Repair is 10/10 structurally but is slightly off-color from the rest of the deck. •Cracks in paint at joint of rear bulkhead and floor / flexible floor – Like many no-liner boats, the floor structure is made entirely out of core, has no stringers, and flexes when running in chop. This has led to stress cracks at the joint between the rear bulkhead and the floor. I purchased the boat with these cracks, and they have not presented a problem in the 1.5 years that I have owned it. •Lenco Trim Tab switch hole – There is a small hole and 4 bolt holes in the starboard gunnel aft of the grab bar. The Lenco switch that was mounted here malfunctioned the first time I took the boat out, so I removed it and retrofitted the tabs to toggle switches mounted in the rear cap edge. The gunnels are not cored, so no water intrusion has occurred due to the hole. •Wear and tear – This boat has been fished hard for 10 years. Gelcoat is slightly faded, there are some stains on the deck and hull that won’t come out, the bottom has a few scratches, and there are a few dings. Boat thread can be found here: http://www.microskiff.com/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1390955297. The Gladesmen is no longer in production. I bought this boat in December 2013 as a bare hull and trailer… It will run 14 mph with two people and an 8HP, and run 32+ mph solo with the 25HP. As many people know, the boat can be tippy, wet, and rough-riding. That being said, it is very versatile, unlike anything else, very fishy, and a lot of fun to run and pole. Boat is located in South Miami. Boat and trailer are titled clean in my name. I can show the boat locally to anyone most evenings and weekends, and sea trial for anyone with cash in hand at Black Point Marina. I love this boat, and am only selling because I am moving into something slightly larger and don’t have a need for two skiffs. Asking $8,500.00 OBO as a ready-to-fish package. Please text or call Luke at Seven Eight Six – Two Five Nine – Three Five Eight Eight, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.