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1995 35 (ft.) Henriques Offshore 35 Commercial Crab Boat 2007 Diesel Power

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General Information

Listing# 35257

Price
$34,500.00
Location
Delaware City, DE, United States
Manufacturer
Henriques
Boat Type
Commercial
Model Year
1995
Category
Commercial Boats
Model
Offshore 35 Commercial Crab Boat 2007 Diesel Power
Status
Used
Length
35 (ft.)
Hull Material
Composite
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
1

General Details

This is a 1995 Henriques Offshore 35 Commercial Crab Boat powered by a 2007 Cummins 300C diesel inboard with only 1750 hours! A commercial crabbing license for Delaware is also available for an additional 10K .

DETAILS: -New Cummins 300C, ZF280 Trans ,PTO and hydraulic oil cooler put in during winter of 2007-2008 - has 1750 hours now
-110 gallon fuel tank
-Full length heavy duty keel
-Hull soda blasted in spring 2009 - put on sealer and 3 coats of paints
-Hull has very few scratches, sides have a few
-Bottom has been pressure washed, needs to be painted before launch
-Prop is okay, has some nicks, but no boat vibration
-New rubber sleeve put in rear shaft bearing in 2007
-Rudder shaft has some wear around packing nut
-2008 replaced seacock
-New wash down pump
-Spring 2010 put new sheet of hard, durable, sun resistant, 3/4 inch heavy duty plastic on the stern (like the kind they use in truck beds that carry large rocks)
-She was documented until 2002, now I just have a Delaware boat license that expires in 2012
-All electronics work - radio, Garman GPS 172C, depth finder eagle ultra navigator, VHF Solara

Only two areas that may need attention:
1)very very small leak in a fitting in 5 gallon hydraulic fuel tank
2)steering bearing has a very small leak

OWNERS COMMENTS:
Her name is the Wiso III and I always have her serviced at Careys Diesel in Leipsic, Delaware where they have service records if needed. I destroyed my hearing by not wearing ear plugs and my ears are at the point where I have to give up going out on the water, I can not handle the sound of the motor anymore and so I am forced to sell her. She was built by Henriques in Bayville, NJ. Henriques builds these boats for heavy duty work and offshore fishing. We have hauled and moved crab pots all the time and she always rode the choppy seas really well and has been a great work boat. I never run her very hard. I usually run at 1500-1600 rpm cruising around 15-16 knots. You can cruise at over 20 knots but we just cruise at 15-16. When we are out on the water a long way from home I always ask her to get us home safely and she never fails us. Now she is dry docked here in Delaware City when I go out in the morning and look up at her I can hear her calling me, telling me to get her ready to go crabbing.-Captain Wiso

*** BOAT LOCATED IN: Delaware City, DE (19706) ***

Specifications

Accommodations
*** FOR ALL QUESTIONS CONTACT BOB 302-299-5936 *** This is a 1995 Henriques Offshore 35 Commercial Crab Boat powered by a 2007 Cummins 300C diesel inboard with only 1750 hours! A commercial crabbing license for Delaware is also available for an additional 10K Video of this boat is available at http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbeeBERfkAw DETAILS -New Cummins 300C, ZF280 Trans ,PTO and hydraulic oil cooler put in during winter of 2007-2008 - has 1750 hours now -110 gallon fuel tank -Full length heavy duty keel -Hull soda blasted in spring 2009 - put on sealer and 3 coats of paints -Hull has very few scratches, sides have a few -Bottom has been pressure washed, needs to be painted before launch -Prop is okay, has some nicks, but no boat vibration -New rubber sleeve put in rear shaft bearing in 2007 -Rudder shaft has some wear around packing nut -2008 replaced seacock -New wash down pump -Spring 2010 put new sheet of hard, durable, sun resistant, 3/4 inch heavy duty plastic on the stern (like the kind they use in truck beds that carry large rocks) -She was documented until 2002, now I just have a Delaware boat license that expires in 2012 -All electronics work - radio, Garman GPS 172C, depth finder eagle ultra navigator, VHF Solara Only two areas that may need attention 1)very very small leak in a fitting in 5 gallon hydraulic fuel tank 2)steering bearing has a very small leak OWNERS COMMENTS Her name is the Wiso III and I always have her serviced at Careys Diesel in Leipsic, Delaware where they have service records if needed. I destroyed my hearing by not wearing ear plugs and my ears are at the point where I have to give up going out on the water, I can not handle the sound of the motor anymore and so I am forced to sell her. She was built by Henriques in Bayville, NJ. Henriques builds these boats for heavy duty work and offshore fishing. We have hauled and moved crab pots all the time and she always rode the choppy seas really well and has been a great work boat. I never run her very hard. I usually run at 1500-1600 rpm cruising around 15-16 knots. You can cruise at over 20 knots but we just cruise at 15-16. When we are out on the water a long way from home I always ask her to get us home safely and she never fails us. Now she is dry docked here in Delaware City when I go out in the morning and look up at her I can hear her calling me, telling me to get her ready to go crabbing.-Captain Wiso *** BOAT LOCATED IN Delaware City, DE (19706) ***
Accommodations
*** FOR ALL QUESTIONS CONTACT BOB 302-299-5936 *** This is a 1995 Henriques Offshore 35 Commercial Crab Boat powered by a 2007 Cummins 300C diesel inboard with only 1750 hours! A commercial crabbing license for Delaware is also available for an additional 10K Video of this boat is available at http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbeeBERfkAw DETAILS -New Cummins 300C, ZF280 Trans ,PTO and hydraulic oil cooler put in during winter of 2007-2008 - has 1750 hours now -110 gallon fuel tank -Full length heavy duty keel -Hull soda blasted in spring 2009 - put on sealer and 3 coats of paints -Hull has very few scratches, sides have a few -Bottom has been pressure washed, needs to be painted before launch -Prop is okay, has some nicks, but no boat vibration -New rubber sleeve put in rear shaft bearing in 2007 -Rudder shaft has some wear around packing nut -2008 replaced seacock -New wash down pump -Spring 2010 put new sheet of hard, durable, sun resistant, 3/4 inch heavy duty plastic on the stern (like the kind they use in truck beds that carry large rocks) -She was documented until 2002, now I just have a Delaware boat license that expires in 2012 -All electronics work - radio, Garman GPS 172C, depth finder eagle ultra navigator, VHF Solara Only two areas that may need attention 1)very very small leak in a fitting in 5 gallon hydraulic fuel tank 2)steering bearing has a very small leak OWNERS COMMENTS Her name is the Wiso III and I always have her serviced at Careys Diesel in Leipsic, Delaware where they have service records if needed. I destroyed my hearing by not wearing ear plugs and my ears are at the point where I have to give up going out on the water, I can not handle the sound of the motor anymore and so I am forced to sell her. She was built by Henriques in Bayville, NJ. Henriques builds these boats for heavy duty work and offshore fishing. We have hauled and moved crab pots all the time and she always rode the choppy seas really well and has been a great work boat. I never run her very hard. I usually run at 1500-1600 rpm cruising around 15-16 knots. You can cruise at over 20 knots but we just cruise at 15-16. When we are out on the water a long way from home I always ask her to get us home safely and she never fails us. Now she is dry docked here in Delaware City when I go out in the morning and look up at her I can hear her calling me, telling me to get her ready to go crabbing.-Captain Wiso *** BOAT LOCATED IN Delaware City, DE (19706) ***
Accommodations
*** FOR ALL QUESTIONS CONTACT BOB 302-299-5936 *** This is a 1995 Henriques Offshore 35 Commercial Crab Boat powered by a 2007 Cummins 300C diesel inboard with only 1750 hours! A commercial crabbing license for Delaware is also available for an additional 10K Video of this boat is available at http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbeeBERfkAw DETAILS -New Cummins 300C, ZF280 Trans ,PTO and hydraulic oil cooler put in during winter of 2007-2008 - has 1750 hours now -110 gallon fuel tank -Full length heavy duty keel -Hull soda blasted in spring 2009 - put on sealer and 3 coats of paints -Hull has very few scratches, sides have a few -Bottom has been pressure washed, needs to be painted before launch -Prop is okay, has some nicks, but no boat vibration -New rubber sleeve put in rear shaft bearing in 2007 -Rudder shaft has some wear around packing nut -2008 replaced seacock -New wash down pump -Spring 2010 put new sheet of hard, durable, sun resistant, 3/4 inch heavy duty plastic on the stern (like the kind they use in truck beds that carry large rocks) -She was documented until 2002, now I just have a Delaware boat license that expires in 2012 -All electronics work - radio, Garman GPS 172C, depth finder eagle ultra navigator, VHF Solara Only two areas that may need attention 1)very very small leak in a fitting in 5 gallon hydraulic fuel tank 2)steering bearing has a very small leak OWNERS COMMENTS Her name is the Wiso III and I always have her serviced at Careys Diesel in Leipsic, Delaware where they have service records if needed. I destroyed my hearing by not wearing ear plugs and my ears are at the point where I have to give up going out on the water, I can not handle the sound of the motor anymore and so I am forced to sell her. She was built by Henriques in Bayville, NJ. Henriques builds these boats for heavy duty work and offshore fishing. We have hauled and moved crab pots all the time and she always rode the choppy seas really well and has been a great work boat. I never run her very hard. I usually run at 1500-1600 rpm cruising around 15-16 knots. You can cruise at over 20 knots but we just cruise at 15-16. When we are out on the water a long way from home I always ask her to get us home safely and she never fails us. Now she is dry docked here in Delaware City when I go out in the morning and look up at her I can hear her calling me, telling me to get her ready to go crabbing.-Captain Wiso *** BOAT LOCATED IN Delaware City, DE (19706) ***
Accommodations
*** FOR ALL QUESTIONS CONTACT BOB 302-299-5936 *** This is a 1995 Henriques Offshore 35 Commercial Crab Boat powered by a 2007 Cummins 300C diesel inboard with only 1750 hours! A commercial crabbing license for Delaware is also available for an additional 10K Video of this boat is available at http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbeeBERfkAw DETAILS -New Cummins 300C, ZF280 Trans ,PTO and hydraulic oil cooler put in during winter of 2007-2008 - has 1750 hours now -110 gallon fuel tank -Full length heavy duty keel -Hull soda blasted in spring 2009 - put on sealer and 3 coats of paints -Hull has very few scratches, sides have a few -Bottom has been pressure washed, needs to be painted before launch -Prop is okay, has some nicks, but no boat vibration -New rubber sleeve put in rear shaft bearing in 2007 -Rudder shaft has some wear around packing nut -2008 replaced seacock -New wash down pump -Spring 2010 put new sheet of hard, durable, sun resistant, 3/4 inch heavy duty plastic on the stern (like the kind they use in truck beds that carry large rocks) -She was documented until 2002, now I just have a Delaware boat license that expires in 2012 -All electronics work - radio, Garman GPS 172C, depth finder eagle ultra navigator, VHF Solara Only two areas that may need attention 1)very very small leak in a fitting in 5 gallon hydraulic fuel tank 2)steering bearing has a very small leak OWNERS COMMENTS Her name is the Wiso III and I always have her serviced at Careys Diesel in Leipsic, Delaware where they have service records if needed. I destroyed my hearing by not wearing ear plugs and my ears are at the point where I have to give up going out on the water, I can not handle the sound of the motor anymore and so I am forced to sell her. She was built by Henriques in Bayville, NJ. Henriques builds these boats for heavy duty work and offshore fishing. We have hauled and moved crab pots all the time and she always rode the choppy seas really well and has been a great work boat. I never run her very hard. I usually run at 1500-1600 rpm cruising around 15-16 knots. You can cruise at over 20 knots but we just cruise at 15-16. When we are out on the water a long way from home I always ask her to get us home safely and she never fails us. Now she is dry docked here in Delaware City when I go out in the morning and look up at her I can hear her calling me, telling me to get her ready to go crabbing.-Captain Wiso *** BOAT LOCATED IN Delaware City, DE (19706) ***