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    Sealed the deal on a new-2-me boat. 2005 Seasport 24xl. Twin 150 yamahas with 400 hours. In Edmonds now, soon to make its home in PWS. Cant wait.
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    Congrats on your Seasport boat you will like it.

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    Nice! Post up some pics when she gets home.
    If you need some jigs to outfit her let me know. I'll make a good deal for you.
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    It's always a good day when you get a new boat.

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    How are you planning to get the boat up to PWS? You having having it shipped, or towing it? I'm looking to get a boat similar to that hopefully later this year.

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    Congrats! Glad to see that you were able to find a boat to suit your needs.

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    Nice! Congrats...gonna be a great summer for you.


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    Congrats! At least the years of waiting & searching are over. Time to do all those things you been dreaming of

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    Its my second Sea Sport, first was the 22 sportsman. It will be on the barge, heading up here in about a month.
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    Congratulations! I don't think there is any better looking, well proportioned & balanced boat than the 24 seasport with outboards. Easily handled & trailered by one person and a big deck for its size. If I ever go to the dark side, it will likely be with that model. How much fuel does it hold?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jim View Post
    Congratulations! I don't think there is any better looking, well proportioned & balanced boat than the 24 seasport with outboards. Easily handled & trailered by one person and a big deck for its size. If I ever go to the dark side, it will likely be with that model. How much fuel does it hold?
    120 gallons fuel. Each engine has its own 60 gallon tank.
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    Very Nice nice boat! Being that you're having it shipped could you share how much it's going to cost you to have that done, and what outfit you're having it done thru? Thanks

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    I am moving out of state and need to sell my seasport, pm me for more info

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    REALLY, You felt the need to do that?

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    Do what?

    Quote Originally Posted by sweepint View Post
    REALLY, You felt the need to do that?

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    QUOTE=DownEastah;1366052]I am moving out of state and need to sell my seasport, pm me for more info
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    Quote Originally Posted by DownEastah View Post
    I am moving out of state and need to sell my seasport, pm me for more info
    Beautiful boat Tlingitwarrior! I love the OB setup. Downeastah, I should not continue with hijacking this thread, but if you need to sell your boat price it right. SS's always sell rather quickly. Yours is way overpriced, especially with a small engine.

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    $39k is overpriced for an 1986, even with a new 175 Suzuki fourstroke, motor bracket, Tohatsu kicker, and my-t hauler. If you had the newer style 22' with the forward pilothouse like Tlingitwarrior's old boat you still might be on the high side. I would bet the reasonable price is in the $25k range with new power. A proper condition and valuation survey will tell you. Boats are like real estate. Banks use appraisals for both.

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    That's funny because it appraised for 44,700 last spring

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    It will sell this spring. People shopping for boats in the winter are looking for deals, people in the spring get what ever they can find because they want to go fishing. I use to sell boats for a living, a boat is worth whatever the buyer wants to pay. However, if old boat, may have difficulity getting financed unless you have that apprisal in hand for the buyer, maybe need to be updated. Bud
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    Since the thread has been succesfully hijacked, I'll add my .02.

    I sold my 2005 22 sportsman in 2012 for $65k. It had the KAD32 Diesel package, with 250 hours. Plumbed marine head, electronic downriggers, NavNET, wallace stove.

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