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Boat of the Day (8/8/2018) @ $21,201 for 34' Scarab Supersport 2 Yamaha F250 4 strokes

By Navigator | Thursday, August 09, 2018 | Comments(0)

Tags: Boat of the Day, Wellcraft

Wellcraftmodel name / number: 34' Scarab Supersportpropulsion type: poweryear manufactured: 19911991 Wellcraft Scarab Supersport, twin 2007 Yamaha F250 outboards only 840 hours, starboard motor had the same but only shows 150 hours due to computer replacement. Aluminum triple axle trailer that took a 800 mile trip a month ago, no brakes. Boat looks pretty good for its age, has recent white bottom paint. Boat runs and rides awesome, normal fiberglass blemishes and scratches etc. Motors run great, new lower unit on port last year. Garmin touchscreen gps and 18xd radar(radar currently has a error code) and Furuno depth finder, VHF ship to shore radio, Fusion stereo, live wells pumps, bilge pumps etc work. Hatch over fuel tank and one over fish box are spongy and need re-cored, may need more fiberglass repair but we have fished 3 years exactly as it is and she feels solid. We just pulled to the keys 4 weeks ago(400 miles each way) and fished it all week offshore Trailer made it 800 miles. She looks good but is a old boat, lights and windlass would work but boat needs rewired. She could be a awesome project and be worth a lot or fish her like she is like we have. Do not come to pick it apart or low ball, Asking price is barely over the value of motors, electronics and trailer, hull is almost free! title in hand. This is a old boat, it has been a great boat, I am moving to something smaller. Don't commit to buy and come nit pick it. I have a walk-around video I can send. Please ask all questions before bidding

Sold at: 8/8/2018 15:04
Sold Price:$21,201
# of Bids:6
Location:Fernandina Beach, Florida

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