1985 Seacraft 23 Cc,price Reduced!
Hey everyone, I'm looking to get a bigger boat, so I need to part ways with my beloved SEACRAFT. Here are the specs
repowered last year with a new mercruiser 350 MAG MPI, mated to a new alpha one drive. the stern drive is great for these boats, handles great with a lower center of gravity, many outboard powered seacrafts were lost due to the low cut transom allowing the deck to be flooded by a following sea, and only burns about 7 gal an hour at 22 knots. cooling water enters through a seacock and strainer, rather than through the drive, this is a more reliable way to cool the engine and allows fresh water flushing with the boat in the water.
Furuno 1622 radar, Furuno 582L sounder with airmar 260 shoot through the hull transducer/diplexer(not to be confused with a through hull unit as the 260 transmits through the fiberglass), Garmin182c plotter, Mcmurdo GPS EPIRB, icom VHF, kenwood stereo CD
Taco 15' heavy duty outriggers with hal-locks and rupp clips, 13' alum. gin pole with 3 over 2 block and tackle and three point guy wire system that is easily stored under t-top until you need it, four straight up swivel rod holders-two aft and the two mid ship ones are through bolted to the hull for fighting giants single handed, also has forward fighting post, livewell/cooler, leaning post with rocket launchers, full strata glass enclosure that goes from t top to gunwhales on the sides and full back curtain, hoses are run from engine to console for bus heater using engine water for heat
The hull is dark blue awlgrip with a white boot stripe and the boat is in great shape throughout. I am a professional marine technician and I assure you this boat is awesome, can be seen in Quincy mass, going in my slip next week, avail for seatrials
Capt. David Kraus 617 460 0501
"I catch fish because I eat like a fish."-Tony Stetzko as he wolfed down little necks on North Beach
Last edited by surfster; 05-27-2008 at 12:03 PM..
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