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Price lowered for 190 Nantucket was $32,500 now $29,500 firm
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posted 10-03-2007 05:39 PM ET (US)
2005 Yamaha 150 4 Stroke (152 hrs)
"Molly" includes a bimini top and bow dodger (new Isenglass Aug 07), Garmin 188 gps/depth/fishfinder, VHF, bow cushion, cooler seat and cushioned backrest, swim platform and ladder, custom fitted boat cover, 2 striper rods with reels, and many other conveyances (fenders, lines, life jackets, etc.).
Also included a 2000 "Long" trailer with Stoltz custom non-marking rollers. Rebuilt this summer; new brake assemblies, stainless steel brake lines, master cylinder, wiring harness and LED brake lights. Trailer is a tandom set up with a 4,500 pound capacity.
New bottom paint in June 2007.
Moving up to a boat with beds and head call 703-864-4515 for more info.
Pics at http://s133.photobucket.com/albums/q53/larswallis/
or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional pics and info.
posted 12-27-2007 08:37 AM ET (US)
Bump for a great boat. Lars, I also referenced this boat in the "classicparker" marketplace, in an ad by a guy who is looking to buy an 18 foot Parker or Whaler.
posted 12-27-2007 02:14 PM ET (US)
Lars's pictures. Note that his asking price of $29k includes is lots less than what he paid me when he bought my boat, and if you buy his boat you are also getting a dual axle trailer, and custom winter cover.
posted 12-27-2007 05:57 PM ET (US)
An additional update, Molly has been winterized and had her 200 hour servicing in November by a Yamaha mech (Tri-State Marine, Deale, MD) to include a new set of plugs. She reads out perfectly on the computer, zero problem codes. She now has a total 149 hours.
posted 12-28-2007 09:30 PM ET (US)
Looks like a nice boat Lars. The 150 H.P. Yamaha is a big plus. In my opinion, you need at least a 150 H.P. motor for a 19' Nantucket. I have seen some with a 135 H.P and they are marginally okay. Anything less than a 135 H.P motor will have poor performance in rough seas or with more than 2 adults on it, in my opinion.
Good luck and if I come across someone who may be interested, I will send them your way.
posted 12-29-2007 04:02 PM ET (US)
Lars, have no fear, be patient, youl get her sold eventually:) Between you and Sal, I'm sure I would have bought her had the timing been right, but you both kept her so i bought one in between:)
Like I said, be patient, dont drop her to much..shes worth lots more:)) and you will sell her:)
My best you guys, Henry AKA THE YIDDIL
posted 01-01-2008 03:48 PM ET (US)
Happy New Year. Thanks for the encouragement. I'm not in a big hurry to sell and if I get a few hours with her on the Potomac this spring I'd be a happy man.
How often in a lifetime do you get to own two primo boats at the same time set up totally different. I'll take the family and friends on the big boat and fishing buds on the Whaler. - - Lars
posted 01-01-2008 09:45 PM ET (US)
heck, thats how I feel about it too:) There is no fire burning with either of my for sale boats...the 13 1964 either:)
Ill be on the Potomac by Mid march no matter what...just like I have been for so many years past.
I think it's important to realize just how much these boats cost new and are identical to the new ones except that the cost of new ones(see my post in Das Boat for sale) are heads and towers above what they were in 2004. That makes what we have fantastic bargans for us and for anyone who is looking for a "Like New Nantucket"
In the mean time, they don't spoil so we should not worry or reduce the prices below a reasonably good deal I know giving her away would not b right either:)
But look at the post on prices for all the extras...its amazing how the price for our boats with those "extras goes up to 47,000 plus real quick:)heck I could have gotton a 21 for less than that in 2004:)LOL
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