14′ Manatee Microskiff
$2,seven-hundred – Apollo Seashore, FL
One of the coolest little boats I’ve ever owned….. the “Los Canarroes”. 1969 14′ foot manatee V hull skiff. Exceptionally perfectly designed and obviously redone right before I bought it. Unquestionably no soft places. ROCK SOILD transom with metallic help plates, floats in spit, poles and tracks with ease. Title and registration in hand.
The motor is a flawless “One-Pull Betsy” 1990 two-stroke, limited-shaft Yamaha 9.9. This boat roars up on aircraft, and does 18 mph with two people and equipment. Genuinely the most responsible motor I have experienced still (i’m nearly scared to promote it for concern of never ever possessing a much more responsible motor).
Trailer is in good form, and has lots of daily life still left in her for a long time to appear. I just replaced the axle and both of those hubs past month to the tune of $250.
A lot more aspects and extras included with the boat…
4 flush, designed-in rod holders.
Exceptionally reliable rear bench seat with place for storage underneath.
Exceptionally reliable middle bench seat that doubles as storage area. It can keep two, six gallon gas cells.
Boat is wired for managing and nav lights.
SOILD front casting deck.
8′ adhere-it anchor.
Poling platform (has not been connected to the boat still).
Two daily life jackets.
Custom bamboo tiller extension.
The finish deal… all set to strike the drinking water.