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General Information

Listing# 135063

Price
$400,000.00
Location
Port Norris, NJ, United States
Manufacturer
Yank
Boat Type
Commercial
Model Year
2003
Category
Charter
Model
60
Status
Used
Length
60 (ft.)
Beam
204
LOA
720
Hull Material
Aluminum
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3406B
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
6000

General Details

This is a custom hand made all Aluminum Passenger Charter boat. The seller personally built the boat.
The Cat Diesels were overhauled in January of 2013 and now have 400 hours on them.
Cruising Speed 18 knots
Onan Generator 11.5 with 800 hours.

Boat was Over Built by seller. Extra Frames were added and Stringers are only 12 inches apart, well above required code.
Engine stringers go from Stem to Stern.
Haul Plate is 3/8 aluminum and Sides are 3/16 aluminum.
New Garmin 4212 in October of 2011

Access ladder in bow down to storage for anchor lines.
Access ladder in bow down to sleeping area.
Access ladder in galley area to more sleeping or storage area.
Ladder in rear of galley area down to engine room. Very open engine room with easy access to every side of each motor, Genset, etc.

This listing has now been on the market a couple months. Please submit any and all offers today!

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Stock #37226

Specifications

Condition
COI is for 60 people inshore and 40 people out 100 miles. That can be changed with another stability test. Could probably get it up to 75 people inshore.