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NANTUCKET SKIFF 17 Boat
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NANTUCKET SKIFF 17 Boat


The Nantucket Skiff, a rugged, simple 17’ vessel with classic lines and a lapstrake-style hull. The first Nantucket Skiff was built 32 years ago, but continues to serve as a versatile work and pleasure boat for fishing, family beach trips, watersports and other adventures. The “new” Nantucket Skiff is built of modern composite materials and features a V-stepped hull that delivers a smooth, efficient ride. Rigged with a 70-hp outboard, the skiff is fast enough to pull waterskiers, and its 9” draft allows access to shallow water. Fuel burn is around 1.3 gallons per hour at a 23-knot cruise. At 900 pounds, the boat can be easily trailered and launched at virtually any ramp. Standard features include a self-bailing cockpit, bilge pump, fuel tank with gauge, battery switch, teak trim with Cetol finish, wood steering wheel, running lights, cleats, rod holders, foot wells, nonskid deck and under-seat storage. Details: LOA: 16.5’ Beam: 7’ Draft : 9” Displacement: 900 lbs. Recommended horsepower: ...




Fixed Price $18,950.00




7d 9h 19m

Hightstown, New Jersey


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