I am selling Capt. Carl's Hull #1 Native Skiff. This again is the original boat he built from the old fibercraft mold he acquired and used to create the Native. Which was then acquired and re-done by Mel at Ankona Boats. Here are the specs and options: 2005 #1 Hull Sweet Pea 2005 25hp 2 stroke Johnson tiller-(last year they made a 2 stroke) 2005 Continental Magic Tilt Trailer- I completely re-rigged the trailer for maximum support, New bearings as of July '11 for preventative measure since I would be trailering from Orlando to the Lagoon. Also replaced and added and additional set of bunks, new carpet and a V-bow support. The trailer is now totally customized for this skiff! -13 gal semi permanent gas tank Equipment replacements I've made since I bought it In June '11: -Trailer jack -Trailer winch -Fuel Filter -trailer bearing -trailer bunks -spark plugs -Re-Gelcoated cosmetic blemishes Other Options Included: -Installed Garmin 441s on starboard gunnel GPS w/Trandsducer -Ritche Compass -Mini Lenco electric trim tabs -Polling Platform -Biscayne Rods 16' Custom Push Pole -Minn Kota Trolling Motor (removed from skiff, and have brand new quick release for additional $100) -72qt Igloo Cooler with tie down kit to be used coffin box style in the skiff. -Plumbed through-hull fast water pickup with/brass sea thingy for livewell usage. -stake out poll system -mounting hardware for a front casting platform -wired front Nav lights (no rear anchor light) -2011 Deep cycle battery -fly line toe rails -under gunnel rod rack and tubes on port side, will accommodate fly rods Layout: The Native has a forward hatch that just opens up access to the below deck space around the gas tank, a good place for life jackets or anchor storage. Port front hatch is a little box compartment for small tackle boxes, docklines, etc. Stern Port hatch used to be used a a bait well but has since been glassed in by a previous owner and is now just storage. Summary: This skiff has unfortunately had some use and abuse by some of its previous owners. Also being the first native ever made, there are some evident design flaws and build quality issues before they were corrected with Mel taking it over with Ankona. So the boat is not in the prettiest of shape, but I have tried to bring it back to life as best I could. I bought this skiff to get me on the water right out of college, and It did just that, but I now a have a new job and I don't have a need or the time to keep sweet pea anymore. This skiff is the quietest boat I've ever polled, the rounded chimes equals absolutely zero hull slap no matter which way the wind is coming from. With two people and a fishing load it drafts a honest 4-5". The dry weight on this hull is less than 300lb and is an all composite construction. On the Garmin by myself and a 1/4tank I get about 26mph, with 2 people 22-23mph. It has an aluminum prop. Please feel free to ask me any questions either on this thread or through my email: Matt--- firstname.lastname@example.org, I don't check my PM's on here as often. The boat is located near Winter Park, FL but I work in Titusville so a showing there could be arranged. I am available to show the boat weekends, or after 7pm during the weekdays. Here are a bunch of Pictures: Sweet Pea in Action!! Doing what she does best! I hope she goes to a good home and gets continued good care and use!