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Testing the waters. Been through a lot with this boat. It's not perfect by any means, but it's special and certainly a head turner. For it's length, she rides much closer to a 17 or 18 in terms of taking chop. All the work was done by myself. Hull is estimated late 60's early 70's. Apparently it is a "Larsen" skiff, but I found nothing about it online. Title says 2000's homemade.

ALL work was done in Fall of 2020. Fiberglass isn't perfect, but rock solid. ABSOLUTELY ZERO soft spots. Only build item I have not got around to doing yet is a perimeter rub rail. I live 5 minutes from a lake, so it's mostly a lake cruiser. Fished saltwater twice.

Location: Orlando, FL
Price: $4,000 o.b.o. Boat Motor Trailer (Trailer and Boat title in hand)
Cell - 4Zero7-NineZero2-8Five11

Here are some facts;

  • Early 2000's Magic tilt.
  • 2019 Hubs w/ ~ 350 Miles
  • Rhino Lined Fall 2020.
  • needs rewiring

  • All work done in 2020.
  • All wood used is marine grade ply. Before Fiberglass, wood was coated on both sides with Behr Premium Deck Sealant.
  • Custom Grab bar, fit for 20,24, 35 Yeti. Powder Coated Gloss black
  • 6.5 Gallon fuel tank with 2020 fuel line and primer bulb. Located in the bow storage. Not removable.
  • Powder coated push pole clips. 15' push pole included.
  • 13'8" Total length
  • 54" beam
  • Probably 8" Draft

2004 Mercury 15HP 4-stroke Short Shaft
  • Hours unknown by previous owner, just over 80 for me. About 70 freshwater
  • Carb replaced in Nov. 2020
  • Electric start, but I use the pull. No battery currently hooked up.
  • Tiller Extension included
  • Runs 22-24 Solo
  • Runs 19 w/ full fishing gear, cooler, two men.

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