SOLD/EXPIRED 2009 Beavertail BTX w/ 2009 60 E-TEC (Reduced to 17K) Tallahassee, FL.

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  1. cdaffin

    cdaffin I Love microskiff.com!

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    Reduced again to 17k.

    Contact me via email, cdaffin@gmail.com

    Need to move into a bigger, more family friendly boat. I wish I could keep this thing, it's a fantastic poling skiff that will be missed.

    The boat floats in under 6" fully loaded, I've never actually measured it because there is no need, it will pole where a boat has no business. It handles awesome, and performance is typical of a flat bottomed poling skiff, tops out at 30 - 35 depending on load and prop. Handles a true 2ft chop great with the tabs and is as dry as you can possibly get in this type of boat.

    The hull has 2 years left of structural warranty that will be will be honored by Beavertail Skiffs LLC, original manufacturer of this Beavertail BTX hull. I can provide all contacts for this.

    Engine was just serviced and the trailer wheels, hubs, leaf springs and lights were replaced.

    Boat on trailer is 24ft long, 7ft wide, 6ft tall at longest, widest and tallest points. Height is with the leaning bar off.

    Options I've added:

    20' Stiffy hybrid push pole. (not pictured, it's new)
    Front casting platform.
    Minn Kota Riptide SE 55lb (This is practically brand new, purchased and installed 12/11)
    Brand new Interstate group 29 battery in the front hatch.
    Onboard Minn Kota 6a charger.
    Lecrotab trim tabs.
    Bob's 6" jackplate
    3 blade and 4 blade SS props (Evinrude brand)
    Fabricated bench seat w/ backrest and rod holders.
    Tibor push pole holder on poling platform.
    Leaning bar on poling platform.
    Extra tire / wheel on trailer.

    Specs and standard features from the manufacturer:

    Specs:[ch8232]

    LOA: 17' 10"
    [ch8232]Max Top Deck Beam: 72"[ch8232]
    At waterline Beam: 57"[ch8232]
    Deadrise at Transom: 4 degree
    [ch8232]Draft: 4.75"[ch8232]
    Weight Hull only: 495 lbs[ch8232]
    Fully rigged: 900lbs
    Fuel Capacity: 15 gallon
    Max Horsepower: 60

    Standard Features:[ch8232]

    - Vacuum-infused cored hull
    [ch8232]- 2 piece construction
    [ch8232]- Starboard and Port 10' lockable rod/dry storage lockers
    [ch8232]- 316 stainless lockable hatch latches
    [ch8232]- rubber gasketed hatches
    [ch8232]- Custom poling platform
    [ch8232]- Stainless flip-down push pole holders (3)
    [ch8232]- Custom removable seat/storage box with cushion[ch8232]
    - Taco heavy duty rub rail[ch8232]
    - 15 gallon composite built-in fuel cell
    [ch8232]- Sea Dek on floor
    [ch8232]- Stainless steel shark eye navigation lights & LED anchor light
    [ch8232]- Blue Sea switch panel[ch8232]
    - 12 volt plug-in
    - Sea Dek reel protection pads
    [ch8232]- Fuel gauge[ch8232]
    - Automatic 750 gph bilge pump
    [ch8232]- Built-in battery tray for trolling motor battery and charger
    [ch8232]- 1500 lb galvanized trailer
    [ch8232]- Coast Guard approved and certified

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    View the rest of the pictures here:

    http://imgur.com/a/eu1tU#0

    youtube walkthrough, it's shaky but better than nothing:

    http://youtu.be/_bcQbDlv_JY
     
  2. hoghunter2121

    hoghunter2121 I Love microskiff.com!

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    How may hours are on the motor?
     

  3. cdaffin

    cdaffin I Love microskiff.com!

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    I don't know, it will be less then 300. It's had annual service each year. The service center that did the maintenance a couple months ago didn't have a working computer to pull the hours from the motor, so that's why I don't know.

    Soon as they get a new I can drop it by there to check, but I'm not counting on it anytime soon.
     
  4. cdaffin

    cdaffin I Love microskiff.com!

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