Skimmer Skiff Boats 14'6

Discussion in 'The Commercial Zone' started by SS2015, Mar 10, 2015.

  1. SS2015

    SS2015 I Love microskiff.com!

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    If you're looking for a skinny water boat, this is the boat for you! The Skimmer Skiff 14'6 is the perfect boat for fishing on Saturday and cruising on Sunday. We will build a boat to meet all of your needs, the possibilities are endless!!!  Boats starting at $3,200.00

    "Where affordability meets superior quality"


    Skimmer Skiff Boats, LLc
    2764 Navigator Avenue
    Bldg. 138-S
    Sanford, Fl. 32771
    407-402-8295
    Contact Bobby at Info@skimmerskiff.com
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  2. SS2015

    SS2015 I Love microskiff.com!

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    SS2015 I Love microskiff.com!

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    Check out the new Skimmer Skiff 14 new cap, front hatch, rear live wells, very dry boat. Taking orders now, call Bobby
     
  4. SS2015

    SS2015 I Love microskiff.com!

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    Wanted to add more pictures of some of the different options and layouts that are available. www.Skimmerskiff.com
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    Base price of the 14' with trailer is $4150.00
     
  5. tomahawk

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    Looking good. You are really refining the original design.
     
  6. riptide

    riptide Riptide Boat Works N.C.

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    Just wanted to say that I had Bobby build me a boat and could not be more pleased with the boat!
    Bobby was a pleasure to work with thought the built!
     
  7. ramabama

    ramabama Gone Fishing

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    Got any pics of that bad boy?
     
  8. HaMm3r

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    Floridian1 Active Member

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  10. Floridian1

    Floridian1 Active Member

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    What's the price on the hatched out one with livewell and storage in back with platform and leanpost? And how big is the livewell? Thanks