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2006 150 Montauk, Annapolis, Md. $16.5K
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posted 03-17-2008 07:38 AM ET (US)
Ever changing life circumstances encourages sale of my 2006 BW 150 Montauk. Purchased new 7/26/06 from Marine Max, Stuart, Florida (salesman Jimmy Wark)dealer maintained by MM and after 2/1/07 relocation to Annapolis, Chesapeake Whalertowne. Comes, as new, with 60hp, 4stroke Merc Big Foot, engine, two gas tanks, Fishing Package including recirculating factory installed live well (excellent)cushion package, and front cooler seat/factory console rod holders. BW (Karavan) galvanized trailer with spare galvanized wheel/tire/hub/bearings. I have a trailerable Boatcoversdirect.com cover. The boat is in excellent condition with minimal use. Garage or lift kept, the bottom is unpainted. Never left overnight in the water. Wedge transom saver for towing, along with complete CG package, anchor/chain/rode, etc. Currently financed by Bank of the West. I would like to move the boat along, but it is not in any way a distress sale. I am just not using the boat very much and have access to other vessels gratis. This is my 4th Boston Whaler and an excellent boat for many applications. email, Jim Cameron, email@example.com
posted 03-17-2008 07:55 AM ET (US)
Please email me your price if you dont want to list it here?
posted 03-17-2008 08:19 AM ET (US)
Hi, Sal. The boat is $16.5
Thanks for looking.
posted 03-17-2008 04:26 PM ET (US)
posted 03-18-2008 08:31 AM ET (US)
Regarding electronics, the 150 Montauk has a Garmin 160 Color fishfinder, (new at time of purchase of boat)and an older Garmin Map76 GPS with bracket.
Spring is coming.
posted 03-30-2008 05:05 AM ET (US)
Just an update! The 150 Montauk is now on it's lift at the Annapolis Landing Marina. 980 Awald Rd. Annapolis, Md. 21403
(It's covered of course!!) Waiting for a demonstration ride for any prospective buyer.
Spring has sprung on the Chesapeake and I could use a Captain to run the boat whilst I fly cast for Str-eye-pas.
Make it happen--Cap'n!
posted 03-30-2008 08:44 AM ET (US)
I live in Annapolis, I'd like to check out your boat.
I'll email you.
posted 04-06-2008 05:57 PM ET (US)
With gas prices on the rise, I would like to let any prospective buyers know that the fuel economy of the 150 hull, be it sport or like my Montauk, coupled with the Mercury 60 Big Foot 4 stroke, is truely outstanding. I have owned a 15' canoe (Gheenoe) with a 15hp two stroke and absolutly believe that the 150 Montauk/60 four stroke could give the Gheenoe and the 2 stroke a run for their money.
I travel distances to fish and have been amazed at the low fuel burn. This is a boat for the future.
posted 04-18-2008 04:12 PM ET (US)
Busy week. Sold my motorcycle and a sailboat. What next?
posted 06-26-2008 07:17 AM ET (US)
Had your heart set on that 25' with twin 200hp 2 strokes?
Or even that beautiful 21' with the 200 4stroke that my brother in law has?
Did your plans get slowed down by the $4.50 gas price, and 10-20+ gph burn rate? Let's see, at best that is about $45/hr to take the kids tubing.
Well, do I have a solution!!!!!
Hey, if it sells, it sells. Next year it may well be worth more.
My fuel sipping 150 Montauk is sitting (covered of course) on it's lift, (Lift No.7) at the Annapolis Landing Marina, just waiting for it's next owner.
posted 06-28-2008 09:49 AM ET (US)
Looks new. Beautiful boat. I'd buy it if I had the extra 8k. Looking to spend around 8k on used Dauntless 15.Sure you will not part with yours?
posted 06-30-2008 04:29 PM ET (US)
I have had personnal experience with the manner in which Jkcam maintains his boat, and it's first rate.
I know because I bought his last boat and it was absolutly perfect, and dealer maintained.
As far as the fuel milage, his current boat has the same hull as the one I purchased from him, a 150 Sport, and Whaler.com lists the mileage at 8 MPG at cruising speed. Don't know any boat that size that does better.
I went down to Manhattan from Yonkers NY, toured completely around Manhattan, and back up to Yonkers all on less than one 6 1/2 gal. tank. I thought that was incredible.
Anybody buying his boat will be getting a great boat, and dealing with a true gentleman.
posted 07-01-2008 08:30 AM ET (US)
Thanks very much for the kind words. They are greatly appreciated.
I'm glad to hear the Sport is getting some fun outings. They are truly outstanding performers and will be highly sought after in years to come.
With over a 20% decline in boat sales reported this year, I would not be supprised to hear of a similar figure increase in small mid-size 4stroke powered multi use boats.
Having been a lucky guy over the years, and having owned more boats, motorcycles, etc. than I dare count, I can easily say I've never had such a fine fellow as yourself on the other side of a transaction. I tip my cap to you and hope my next deal leaves both parties as satisfied.
posted 07-10-2008 10:18 AM ET (US)
And I hope my next purchase will be as well maintained and trouble free.
posted 08-27-2008 10:27 AM ET (US)
End of season fast approaching, desire to downsize to a Classic 13 for personal/grandkid use, I am open to offers.
Engine warranty till next July.
posted 08-27-2008 12:45 PM ET (US)
Before I decided to buy a new 170 Montauk I went to look at Jkcam's 150 Montauk and even went for a ride. This boat is in excellent condition and worth considering for anyone in the market. Chuck
posted 09-07-2008 05:22 AM ET (US)
Chuck, Thanks for the kind words. I hope you and the family are enjoying the 170 Montauk. Hope to see you out on the Bay.
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