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1998 29 (ft.) Wellcraft 302 Scarab

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General Information

Listing# 130956

Price
$28,500.00
Location
Miramar, FL, United States
Manufacturer
Wellcraft
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1998
Category
High Performance Boats
Designer
Wellcraft
Model
302 Scarab
Status
Used
Length
29 (ft.)
Beam
96
LOA
348
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
225XL
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Other

General Details

Center console W/ forward cuddy Perfect for fishing or taking the family out for the day. Twin 225 Mercury engines. A Kenwood stereo with 4000 watts and 11 Kicker speakers. Radar arch with retractable canvas. Livewell leaning post. Storage in gunwales and rod racks. Cuddy cabin will sleep 2 and has room for porta potti or head. Needs some TLC to make her shine.

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Stock #26959

Specifications

Condition
Soft spots on the hatch over the fuel tank at helm and fwd of console. Few rips in cushions and has some chips at the bow eye. Paint is flaking on hull bottom. This boat was personally viewed and photographed by Danny Ynclan.