- 2005 2000v Pathfinder
- 2010 Yamaha F150 approx 503 hours, but I am still using it.
- 2005 Performance Aluminum Torsion Axle Trailer with swing tongue.
- Garmin 94sv with downview and sidescan
- 6ft Powerpole (pump replaced less than a year ago)
- Lenco Trim Tabs
- Stainless/ Aluminum Frame Bimini Top with Accon Quick Release Brackets
- Sportsman 3 bank battery charger
- 4 batteries (2 house/starting, 2 for 24v trolling motor)
Located in Key West, FL
I purchased this boat four years ago from Ingman Marine in Placida, FL. When I purchased it the motor had approximately 200 hours on it. I was told the boat was a one owner boat (me being the second owner) and the owner was an older gentleman who was selling it to upgrade in size. The boat was in really good shape for its age. I had the dealer send me some good quality pictures and put a deposit down sight unseen. A week later I made the drive up to see the boat for the first time in person, took it for a short ride and bought it home with me.
The hull is a 2005 2000v and is paired with a 2010 Yamaha F150. I believe the initial engine on the hull was a 150 Vmax but I do not know how many hours it had on it. I was told that the owner upgraded the engine simply because he wanted to switch to a four stroke. Based on the shape of the boat when I bought it, I do not think it had a whole bunch of hours. The motor on it at that time was 6 years old and only had approximately 200 hours. The boat has a 50 gallon fuel tank which is way more than enough, it is extremely efficient. I had my mechanic put a new fuel float switch in when I brought the boat home.
The boat is solid and everything works as it should. I use the boat several times a week to make sandbar trips with the family, go lobstering and tarpon fishing. I have taken it 20 plus miles offshore to go dolphin fishing and plan to run it up to the Everglades this weekend if the weather holds (over 110 miles round trip).
The port side of the hull about midship does have some damage to the rubrail and light scratches in the hull just underneath this. I believe it is dock rash from the previous owner as there is no impact damage, just scratches. The port side quarter also has a minor blemish from the trailer strap. The starboard bow has a crack along the strake. This crack has been exactly the same since I purchased the boat 4 years and 300 hours ago. The port and starboard side bow hatches are known to crack along the edge where the hinge is at. Because of this I put aluminum backing plates on each side and they are still strong as ever, just cosmetic.
The trailer has new bunks, new bunk brackets and I am finishing putting new wiring and taillights on it now. I am trying to get the local trailer repair to replace the axle so it will be completely ready for a road trip.
The boat does get used several times a week so hours will continue to go up slightly. The boat is stored either on a lift under a full cover or under my house on the trailer, so it spends most of its time out of the sun. The bottom does has some minor staining which was on there when I purchased it. I believe its just from the water quality where the original owner lived and boated. The boat is a 2005 and gets used frequently so it is definitely not brand new. That said the boat is in extremely good shape for its age and is extremely solid. I am selling it to upgrade as I now have a 2 year old who loves to go in the boat and we just want something a little bigger.
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