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Not a Whaler but close! 24' Edgewater DC $16,900
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posted 08-22-2008 07:18 AM ET (US)
1997 Edgewater 24' Dual Console, Rare and well kept unsinkable Edgewater 24' dual console with a 2001 Yamaha 250 EFI OX66. Hull originally had bottom paint and heavy oxidation so I had it professionally painted (exterior only) last year with Awlgrip. Interior has new cushion package, Bridsall rear seat, Garmin 276 color GPS with Carolinas chip, Standard VHF, JBL stereo with 8" Pioneer speakers, Lowrance x86 debth finder with "shoot thru" puck transducer, Mercury Mirage Plus 18p stainless prop, full coast guard package, tons of storage, 20 gallon fresh water system (not currently operational), and salt water washdown. The boat is in good condition but not new - with the typical nicks, scratches, dings, etc of an 11 year old hull. Top speed is 48mph and the boat cruises 30 - 35 effortlessly. 150 gallon fuel tank. Excellent near shore family fishing/cruising boat, built like a tank, safe, dry and easy to own. Huge cockpit and seating for 7. No trailer included but a new aluminum dual axle trailer can be purchased down the street for around $2600 and/or I can help arrange for shipping. $16900, 843-345-6060
posted 08-22-2008 09:03 AM ET (US)
Nice boat. I may be interested.
A few initial questions:
I assume the trim tabs were a factory option, correct?
If not could you describe the installation process?
Also, with the transducer installation, where were you able to do that? I thought these boats were foam filled below deck. Did you have to remove foam to install the puck or is the installation in the bilge or other locker space?
Also, do you know what they did to prep the hull before applying the Awlgrip?
Last question (for now) - was there always a single engine set-up or did this boat originally have twin power?
posted 08-22-2008 10:02 AM ET (US)
Factory trim tabs. The puck is a "shoot thru" type puck and has no problem with the fiberglass/foam layers - it just doesn't like wood in the way of the signal. It is epoxy'ed to the floor of the bildge. Have not clue about hull prep prior to paint except the use of a good primer. Single outboard setup since day one. Thanks.
posted 08-22-2008 10:15 AM ET (US)
I'm in Mt Pleasant too!!! Mully...let me know if you want me to take a look at it for you....my office is literally 2 minutes from shem creek where the boat is stored.
posted 08-22-2008 11:19 AM ET (US)
Thanks much Faison.
I will be in touch if I get serious.
May need to get more serious about selling my boat first though...
posted 08-22-2008 06:24 PM ET (US)
well your right its not a whaler
posted 08-23-2008 07:27 AM ET (US)
Price lowered to $16,250
posted 08-24-2008 11:38 PM ET (US)
As a former EW owner, I can say I always loved those big DC's. I tried to steer a few friends to them, when they were looking for something ocean capable, yet with a family friendly layout.
Great engine, too. One of Yamaha's best, IMHO.
posted 08-28-2008 09:24 AM ET (US)
posted 09-03-2008 11:04 PM ET (US)
not a whaler find a different site bye. thanks
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