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2008 SeaFox 216CC-Sport Center Console Fishing Boat


End Time:10/6/2013 18:29
Sold Price:$19,000
Listing Format:Chinese
Bids12
Location:Huddleston, Virginia (24104)
Seller:vnsmither3
For Sale By:Private Seller

Specification


Year:2008Fuel Type:Gas
Make:SeaFoxEngine Make:Suzuki Engine
Model:216CC SportEngine Model:175 horsepower 4-stroke
Length:22.0Engine Type:Single Outboard
Beam:8.0Fuel Capacity:101-150
Condition:Boat Type:Center Console

Description


I have a 2008 Seafox 216cc Sport (22 foot center console) with a Suzuki 175hp 4-stroke outboard motor. The vessel is in PERFECT Condition. I love this boat. I had a 2006 of the exact same model and had to sell it a few years back and regretted every moment thereafter. Until, I went out and bought the exact same boat, just two years newer. The 2008's are superb and significant improvements were made over earlier models. This boat is awesome. It's versatile enough to cruise, ski, tube, FISH, the rivers, lakes, bay, and deep water ocean. It's tough, it's sleek, and its nimble. I can load and unload it by myself in the dark at midnight after a day on the water, and I can pull it with a 6-cylinder SUV. Once you step up to the 22+ foot boats you gain a couple thousand pounds and a lot more girth requiring a 1-ton PU and several buddies to deal with it. This is the PERFECT size boat for my active lifestyle. Also, its FASTER than many 22+ size boats with the 250hp motors and literally burns half the fuel they use. This boat will run in the mid 40mph's if its not too loaded down with fuel and people. Speaking of which, it carries 8 people and has a 101 gallon fuel tank. I've fished this boat 95% of the time in fresh water on SML, but I have done several trips to the Chesapeake Bay and to Chincoteague. If the seas are less than 5-foot swells you can run 40 miles off shore comfortably. Yet, with a 1-1.5 foot draft, you can crawl back in the creeks as well. I cannot stress enough how versatile this boat is and how well made. My family and I have been VERY Pleased with this boat as well as our former Seafox. I will buy another one in the future. Some notable features: - 175hp Suzuki 4 stroke motor (only 450 hours on engine) - Trim tabs (huge bonus) - Console head and storage (small but usable) - Raw water wash down system - Stereo with 4 speakers - ship to shore radio - Garmin GPS with Mid-Atlantic mapping chip (very nice) - Lowrance HD5 sonar (top of the line) - 16 rod holders around the boat that catch big fish! - Large aerated live well aft - automatic bilge pump - large fish box forward - I've installed an aftermarket trolling plate that lets you get down to less than 1mph to catch more fish! This is easily removable if desired. - 6 rod racks for storage - several other storage compartments - tons of drink holders - Full custom cover - twin axle trailer with brakes - many other features that I'm sure I'm forgetting Note: I have videos of exterior and interior that I can provide. I also have video of the hours test and engine hose test taken last week available upon request. On Oct-03-13 at 08:10:09 PDT, seller added the following information: I have a 2008 Seafox 216cc Sport (22 foot center console) with a Suzuki 175hp 4-stroke outboard motor. The vessel is in PERFECT Condition. I love this boat. I had a 2006 of the exact same model and had to sell it a few years back and regretted every moment thereafter. Until, I went out and bought the exact same boat, just two years newer. The 2008's are superb and significant improvements were made over earlier models. This boat is awesome. It's versatile enough to cruise, ski, tube, FISH, the rivers, lakes, bay, and deep water ocean. It's tough, it's sleek, and its nimble. I can load and unload it by myself in the dark at midnight after a day on the water, and I can pull it with a 6-cylinder SUV. Once you step up to the 22+ foot boats you gain a couple thousand pounds and a lot more girth requiring a 1-ton PU and several buddies to deal with it. This is the PERFECT size boat for my active lifestyle. Also, its FASTER than many 22+ size boats with the 250hp motors and literally burns half the fuel they use. This boat will run in the mid 40mph's if its not too loaded down with fuel and people. Speaking of which, it carries 8 people and has a 101 gallon fuel tank. I've fished this boat 95% of the time in fresh water on SML, but I have done several trips to the Chesapeake Bay and to Chincoteague. If the seas are less than 5-foot swells you can run 40 miles off shore comfortably. Yet, with a 1-1.5 foot draft, you can crawl back in the creeks as well. I cannot stress enough how versatile this boat is and how well made. My family and I have been VERY Pleased with this boat as well as our former Seafox. I will buy another one in the future. Some notable features: - 175hp Suzuki 4 stroke motor (only 450 hours on engine) - Trim tabs (huge bonus) - Console head and storage (small but usable) - Raw water wash down system - Stereo with 4 speakers - ship to shore radio - Garmin GPS with Mid-Atlantic mapping chip (very nice) - Lowrance HD5 sonar (top of the line) - 16 rod holders around the boat that catch big fish! - Large aerated live well aft - automatic bilge pump - large fish box forward - I've installed an aftermarket trolling plate that lets you get down to less than 1mph to catch more fish! This is easily removable if desired. - 6 rod racks for storage - several other storage compartments - tons of drink holders - Full custom cover - twin axle trailer with brakes - many other features that I'm sure I'm forgetting Here are three videos of the exterior, interior and engine hose test: http://www.youtube.c om/channel/UC29HR7J OwXXkOnDuudW99Q/vid os


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