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1994 26 (ft.) Winchester 26 Offshore

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General Information

Listing# 134712

Price
$14,500.00
Location
Hopewell, VA, United States
Manufacturer
Winchester
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1994
Category
Walkarounds
Model
26 Offshore
Status
Used
Length
26 (ft.)
Beam
102
LOA
312
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
200

General Details

Winchester 26 Offshore boat perfect for offshore deepwater fishing. Winchester was designed by a former Grady White engineer and these boats are rare! Lots of rod holders and extra seat to bolt in on the deck. Bimini top keeps anglers out of the sun. Flooring of the deck is PVC material that will not rot. Powered by twin Johnson 175 2 stroke outboards that have been professionally maintained.

Would make a good vessel for trolling for rockfish in the Chesapeake Bay and fishing bridge pilings and wrecks offshore.

Boat also comes with outriggers and an extra aluminum gas tank.

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Stock #30412

Specifications

Condition
Typical wear and tear for a fishing boat this age. Used mainly for deep sea fishing and jigging. Minor damage to hull but no apparent leaks. Radar doesn't work but electrician says it is likely the screen that needs to be replaced. Lower units have been rebuilt with new gaskets and rings.