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16'6" length by 71" beam
liner-less hull built to be as light as possible. Floats in inches.
flush mount tie downs for a cooler to act as a passenger jump seat
bow and stern hatches with slam latches
Ice blue Awlgrip hull
Led bow and stern lights
Bilge pump
Lenco trim tabs
Custom carbon fiber casting platform 6.3lbs
Custom carbon fiber poling platform 9.1lbs
Custom carbon fiber tiller extension: 1.3lbs

Power and Trailer
1995 Mercury 25hp two stroke motor. Pull start only lightest 25hp motor possible for this boat at 118lbs. Great motor I see normal max speeds of 28solo and 25ish with two on board.
A new Karavan aluminum trailer with side bunks and a 12" rear center roller.
I might be willing to include my rotomolded cooler and push pole based on the offer.

I documented the build here: Conchfish 16 Whipray skiff Build

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Would it be considered bad taste to buy this and throw HB Whipray logos on it? Cuz thats about as close as id ever get to a Hells Bay 🤣
Why would you really want to do that. Unless the decal read
“Better than a Whipray” 😎
Because this skiff certainly is. Seth put a whole lot of thought and effort into making this boat as light and strong as could be.
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