SOLD 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

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Jefecinco
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SOLD 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby Jefecinco » Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:39 am

For-sale: 2009 190 Montauk with fishing package located in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Alabama. Price $30,000.

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Fig. 1. 2009 190 MONTAUK with 135-HP VERADO
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The boat is in condition excellent, and a galvanized Karavan trailer is included. Powered by a very strong Mercury VERADO 135-HP FOURSTROKE engine with approximately 253 hours. Engine hours will vary as boat is actively in use. New Simrad electronics. Stored indoors or under cover since new.

See a detailed listing and pictures on https://www.flickr.com/photos/149831751@N05/albums/72157712147684752.

Contact by email: butch six four nine four@gmail.com.
Butch

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Re: 190 Montauk For Sale

Postby Masbama » Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:40 pm

I saw this on the local Craigslist. Has to be a big decision for you. Boat looks great; hopefully it will sell soon.

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Re: 190 Montauk For Sale

Postby Jefecinco » Tue Oct 01, 2019 5:39 pm

Thanks, the boat is in great shape. Old age, arthritis and three compression spinal fractures were the drivers. We'll keep the Sport 13 for futzing around.
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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000

Postby Jefecinco » Fri Dec 06, 2019 8:18 am

This very nice Montauk remains available.
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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000

Postby Phil T » Tue Dec 10, 2019 12:53 pm

OP post has new link to photos.
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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby ferdinando » Tue Dec 10, 2019 9:37 pm

Good luck on your sale Butch, I know it must of been a hard decision to make. I lost my wife of 25 years last week to Cancer and I seriously considered selling my 190 also, luckily I came to my senses and will hold on to my boat till my body tells me otherwise.

Again best of luck!

Fred

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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby Jefecinco » Wed Dec 11, 2019 10:10 am

Thanks, Fred. Condolences for your loss. What a horrible experience for you.
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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby ferdinando » Wed Dec 11, 2019 9:35 pm

Thanks Butch!

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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby Jefecinco » Fri May 01, 2020 9:57 am

Price reduced to $27,500.
Butch

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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby Michalski » Tue May 12, 2020 7:15 pm

[Please contact the seller using the method specified by the seller in the initial post.]

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Re: FS: 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby Jefecinco » Sun May 31, 2020 10:00 am

The Montauk sold yesterday. It was a very bitter sweet event. The sale was driven by my ageing process. I was pleased to see her go to a good home and she will have a classic Montauk 17 for company. The buyer was a nice young man from Pensacola, FL who grew up in a maritime connected family. He is a big Boston Whaler fan and a member of Continuouswave. I hope he will begin posting.

We combined a sea trial with a delivery cruise to his marina. It was lumpy out there so he was able to feel just how capable the Montauk is in imperfect conditions. I believe he enjoyed piloting the boat for the fifty odd miles as he seemed to smile for the entire cruise. My old bones were a little beaten up by the trip but enjoyed watching him having fun. During our passage through a no-wake zone we were visited by a pod of Bay Dolphins which made it a perfect goodby cruise. It was a two and a half hour sea trial.

Thank you to Phil for his valuable help with this sale. His advice and assistance were perfect.
Butch

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Re: SOLD 190 Montauk in Alabama, $30,000 - Photos added

Postby Masbama » Mon Jun 01, 2020 12:56 pm

It is always sad when you sell a Whaler. Glad it went to a good owner.