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This is a RARE 25'x 7' Chesapeake Bay built round stern Deadrise. The boat was purchased three years ago for the soul purpose of restoring because it is a rare boat. New materials include 5/4 Cypress bottom, 1 1/2 Sideliner, 2" x 4" sister keel. Every bottom board thru bolted with stainless steel bolts. Rebuilt keel, Oak outside stem and sampson post. Hydraulic steering, rudder and shoe. New stern bearing. Forward and aft deck rebuilt. Completely fiberglassed washboard to keel, with 1708 Biaxial fiberglass, U.S. Composites Epoxy. The chine is double glassed . Boat is ready for your engine! Boat has not been in water since re-build.
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The Nancy Lee II is a 45' Hutt Brothers built in 1993 and refurbished in 2003. New engine and transmission professionally installed 2010. Meticulously maintained and used for pleasure, yet ready to go to work. Located in Onancock, Va.
430 hp Cummins Diesel Cruising speed 16-17 knots Also available: Va. Commercial Registration Card
with Twin Disc Transmission, also BRAND NEW!
Full electronics 10-1200 ft Gillnet Licenses, Class 2
The Whit-Nor is a 38 foot customized MDI built in 2000. A 430 hp Cummins with a 2:1 Twin Disc gives her a cruising speed of 17 knots. Equipment includes a JRC 64 mile 6kw radar, Furuno Navnet Chartplotter/Bottom machine, CD Stereo with Bose speakers and Hydraulic steering. The wheelhouse is finished with custom teak and holly inlay. A classy, comfortable pleasure craft and a capable commercial rig. Located at Park's Marina on Tangier Island. Call 757-891-2581
1998 40ft North Shore Commercial Fishing Boat. The 430 hp Cummins was just rebuilt it has 0 hours. Includes double net reels, new $8000.00 radar, 2 plotters, 3 VHF radios, more electronics and gear. This boat comes with a recent Survey. Replacement Value is est. $275,000 ASKING $130,000
The Lucais 1993 Harkers Island white cedar strip-built Carolina-style deadrise
Measures 32' x 12'6" and was completely refinished in 2007. Powered by a 300 HP John Deere with only 1200 hours since a complete rebuild. She is an excellent sea boat and has lots of room for her size. The Luca is a great pot fishing boat and would make a grand charter boat.
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The Barometer Rising is a 2000 36’ Williams Marine solid-fiberglass Deadrise with a 370 HP Cummins. She cruises at 22 knots and uses 11 gallons per hour. Auto-pilot, gyrocompass, radios, 4 kw radar, Bomar hatches, fresh and salt-water washdown and aft steering with controls plus much more...
Always stored indoors during the offseason and presently out of the water. Call Kenny Dias at 508-221-1568
The Stress Test is a custom-built Chesapeake Deadrise built by Lemuel and Sandy Thompson in Chester, Maryland in 1991 at the L.A.Thompson Boat Yard. She is 44’8 Long with a 13’ Beam,3' draft and a displacement of 13 tons .She was built with lumber that was seasoned about 11 years before construction. Topwork is fiberglassed and Imron coated. Powered by a well-maintained Caterpiller 3208T with 220 hours with a Twin Disc with a trolling valve. Steering is high-pressure Hydraulic with 2 stations. There are 2 12 volt batteries. E - Z Anchor puller, fiberglassed canopy. Electronics include Furuno 582L Depth Finder, Furuno 1650D GPS, VHF. Jabsco toilet with holding tank. This boat has been professionally maintained by the builder.
The Brittany Sue is and always has been in excellent condition, you really must see to appreciate the extent of her upkeep. She's powered by a strong 400HP Detroit 871TT with very low hours. 64 mile Furuno radar, two VHF radios and two CB radios, Furuno fish finder and GPS plotter. She was built at Horn Harbor Marina by Edwards Diggs in Mathews,VA. in 1986 for the owner. Some commercial rigs included.
Asking $55,000 Reduced Give Speedy a call 804-725-6880
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17' deadrise skiff for sale.She is 7' wide.Built with Yellow Pine and planked in plywood covered with 1708 glass.The deck is self bailing and there are full length sprayrails.The boat is in Ocean City,Md .
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The Barbara J is a classic Ralph Robertson 44'x12.8'x4.6' deadrise built in 1987 of wood (Fir) with stainless steel nails. Equipment includes: Humminbird 728 fish finder/ GPS capable, VHF radio, CB radio, 871 Detroit Diesel w/ Velvet-drive transmission, 2" s.s. shaft, Dual station steering. Cruises 10 to 12 kts. New paint-job top to bottom 5-11. Gently used since construction. Great boat for work or fun..
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It is made of heavy gauge steel. It is very well made and is in great shape. It would be great for a push boat, work barge or something similar. I believe it was made and installed at the Cadell Shipyard in Staten Island. The overall dimensions as follows; the base is 2’-0” x 3’-0”, it is 3’-2” tall. Most of the steel is ¾” plate.
It is currently sitting on the deck of Marion M, which is in Baltimore at a marina in Fell’s Point.
$200 would be great, but I’m certainly open to negotiations or offers of trade