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1993 Aqua Chalet 8 X 32 Triple Pontoon Houseboat with 115HP Johnson and Trailer

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1993 Aqua Chalet 8 X 32 Triple Pontoon Houseboat with 115HP Johnson and Trailer

End Time:6/21/2015 19:10
Sold Price:$11,500
Listing Format:Chinese
Location:Ballston Spa, New York (12020)
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Year:1993Fuel Type:Gas
Make:Aqua ChaletEngine Make:Johnson Engine
Model:Pontoon HouseboatEngine Model:115 HP
Length:32 feetEngine Type:Single Outboard
Beam:8 feetFuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:Houseboat


1993 Aqua Chalet 8 X 32 Triple Pontoon Houseboat with 115HP Johnson and Trailer Up for sale is a 1993 Aqua Chalet 8ft X 32ft triple pontoon aluminum deck houseboat. It is equipped with a third center pontoon to increase buoyancy, and stabilization of the boat. The boat has a coastguard rating of 18 persons/ 4500lbs persons & gear. The entire deck system is aluminum plank, so no plywood to ever rot or replace. Forward of the cabin there are three lounger style bench seats, with storage underneath, captains chair, and operators helm. All seating and helm are constructed from reinforced poly, and will last for years without any wood to rot All seating is has just been installed, and cost over $3000 from pontoon specialties. Also installed is new marine grade carpet. The carpet was installed the correct way, all old loungers, helm, captains chair, railing, trim ect..., all removed down to bare deck. Every square inch of old carpet and glue removed. New carpet installed without any seams, stretched tight, and glued down. Just over half of the forward outdoor seating area is covered by the permanent roof structure. Aft of the cabin is access to the roof, and the rear seating or sunbathing deck. The deck lid is soft and comfortable, and is new from pontoon specialties. A included 6 inch aluminum railing can be added to the sides and rear of the deck, but is not currently installed. Deck lid is constructed over an aluminum frame for rigid stability, longevity, and can be for sunbathing, fishing, eating, ect. Also located aft of the cabin are 2, 10gal (full) propane tanks, engine fuel tank, and large storage compartment. Located in the cabin is a dinette that has three different tables (the smaller of the 3 is pictured), that converts to a bed that sleeps 2 people. A couch that converts to a bed that sleeps 2 people, kitchen area, and washroom/toilet/shower. I have added new paneling in the cabin to bring it back to like, and installed a new oak lower kitchen cabinet that surrounds the water heater, fridge, sink and stove. The old one was a little wimpy. Kitchen area is equipped with a dual basin sink that pulls fresh water from the on-board water tank, and an additional faucet that pulls water from the lake for non-drinking applications. A dual fuel (electric/propane) refrigerator/freezer that works great, A two burner propane stove, microwave, and plenty of cabinetry for storage. An electronic lighting automatic propane water heater supplies hot water to the sink/shower, and works like it should. The enclosed washroom consists of a toilet and shower, and has a small window. The cabin is heated by a thermostat controlled automatic fan forced propane heater that is ducted to blow air forward and aft in the cabin. Heater was just rebuilt at an RV dealership, and works great. The cabin is cooled by an overhead AC unit that blows ice cold air. There is plenty of storage cabinets in the cabin, and kitchen supplies such as pots/pans, dishes/cups, toaster, utensils, ect.. are included. The cabin has a full size lockable (keys included) sliding glass door w/ screen that leads out forward, and a lockable (keys included) RV style door w/ screen that leads out aft. There is a full size aluminum ladder that provides access to the roof. The roof area can be used as an upper sundeck for lounging, sunbathing, and jumping off the boat into the water. Roof is in good condition with no leaks. Boat is equipped with a jib crane that has a electric winch. This can be utilized to hoist items on and off the roof with ease. Jib crane is easily removed for transport of houseboat on the trailer. The boat has a front mounted plank style ramp that can be pulled out from underneath the front deck, and works as a ramp to get on and off the boat when beached on the shore. The port side of the boat has a swim ladder that drops down into the water. This was removed during the front carpet replacement, and needs bolted back on. I purchased a used slide to mount on the back of the boat for sliding off the top deck over the rear sundeck and into the water. Slide is included in the sale, and just needs mounted up. It does need a light coat of white marine paint to make it look like new. This will be a great addition to the boat if desired. Operating and parts manuals are also included for the interior appliances (microwave, fridge, heater, AC, toilet, ect..), and the outboard engine. Trailer is a dual axel hustler with surge brakes. Bearings are equipped with bearing buddies, and have just been repacked. Just installed new trailer tires all the way around two weeks ago. Up front is a step ladder to make it easy to get into and out of the boat when it's on the trailer. All trailer lights work as they should, and were completely replaced two years ago. Trailer is ready to be towed anywhere. I have personally pulled this trailer 1000 miles in the past without any trouble. I am/was in the process of upgrading and refreshing the houseboat, and there are some items that need completed on the boat. I have accepted an employment opportunity in a new state, and am now unable to finish what I started. Boat is nearly finished, and only minor items need completed. The following is a list of items that need completed, or items that are damaged and need fixed. Steering wheel, throttle control, and all operator gauges need installed into the new helm. All are accounted for, and all wires and control cables are marked on both ends for easy reinstallation. All wires and control cables are located tucked inside of new helm, all that is left is to hook everything up. The lower unit housing on the engine needs replaced ($250-$350 on ebay). Water got into lower unit housing and subsequently froze, thus cracking the lower unit. Engine runs good with no issues, included is a new spark plug wire kit, impeller kit, and complete repair manual for Johnson engines. I am unable to start the engine due to all gages and throttle cable not yet hooked back up. I started to replace the carpet aft of the cabin, so the included new marine grade carpet still needs installed, and the fuel tank along with a battery needs hooked back up. Prior to starting the refreshing of the boat, the engine ran good with no issues. I replaced the old lower aluminum skirting on the front deck with modern vinyl, and started the process on the rear. This needs completed on the rear skirting. Included is 1 1/2 rolls of vinyl siding around 70 feet. This is more than enough to finish the remainder skirting, and have tons left over for future repairs. I keep the boat in a pole barn, and had it shrink wrapped to keep critters out. The dealer that performed the last wrap had a novice employee on the heat gun. He got to close to the vinyl skirting up front with the flame, and created some wrinkles in the vinyl at different locations. This can be left as is, or replace it with the vinyl that is included with the sale. More of a personal preference for me, but looks fine as is. There is more than enough extra vinyl, and this would take about 2-3 hours to replace if desired. Carpet in cabin is in good shape, or can be replaced with the included marine carpet. On the starboard side lower window, there is a section of glass that has a small 6 inch crack (as seen in the pictures). Silicone has been placed on both the interior and exterior of the crack. This has been like this for over 3 years with no problems. The swim ladder needs reinstalled along with misc items like rear gate, docking cleats, fish finder ect.. All are included in the sale. Upon pick-up all systems can be demonstrated through the use of the shore power plug. The Boat is in good to very good overall used condition, with no major flaws or damage. Please study the pictures carefully, and ask any/all questions, this is a 22 year old boat. I have honestly described the boat to the best of my knowledge. Please note that this a used houseboat and it is sold selling as is where is, without any guarantees. Bidders with less than 10 feedback contact me first prior to bidding, or your bid may be cancelled. Due to the fact that I am moving and leaving the state, boat must be picked up within 5 days of auction close, unless other arrangements have been made with me. I am moving out of state, and the boat has to be picked up. A $1000 deposit is due within 48 hours of auction close. I have 180 positive feedback as a seller and buyer on Ebay, and I plan to keep it that way. Check out my feedback and bid with confidence. This is a great boat that is almost finished. I can be contacted with any questions at 518-708-9859 (Mike)

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