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4 Boys posted 12-14-2006 04:36 PM ET (US)   Profile for 4 Boys   Send Email to 4 Boys  
I have a line on a 21 ft outrage with a 225 Yamaha for under 15K. Motor has 300 hours. The boat seems to check out. It was a tender on a large yacht. Most of the prices I am seeing are 23 to 35K for a 21 and most have a Merc 200. Does that price seen right? I even asked the BW dealer that has it. His reply is that he simply moves used inventory and focuses on new BW product. It is a South FL boat.
DBOutrage17 posted 12-15-2006 10:24 AM ET (US)     Profile for DBOutrage17  Send Email to DBOutrage17     
See this recent thread...

Same boat?

4 Boys posted 12-15-2006 11:51 AM ET (US)     Profile for 4 Boys  Send Email to 4 Boys     
No this is a different boat... The one I am referring to is a 21 and has a 225 Yamaha. The rails are also totally different and has no t top.
DBOutrage17 posted 12-15-2006 03:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for DBOutrage17  Send Email to DBOutrage17     
It had some similarities, yacht tender, 300 hours and a low price that reminded me of the other thread.
WahooWah posted 12-21-2006 07:34 PM ET (US)     Profile for WahooWah  Send Email to WahooWah     
I have this exact same boat (1999 Outrage 21 with 2000 Yamaha 225 2 stroke). I LOVE it! Paid about $28,000 (with an aluminum trailer and 15 hp Yammy 4S kicker)a year ago and was very happy with the price. I think it would fetch close to that now. This is a very capable boat for in-shore and light to moderate off-shore use. I've had mine 30 miles out in the gulf and it was great. Beware it is a much heavier boat than it looks like. Haven't weighed mine, but boat, motor and trailer probably weight in around 5,000 lbs. They changed the design in 2002 or so, and made it a smaller/lighter boat.

Good Luck!!

4 Boys posted 12-22-2006 03:38 PM ET (US)     Profile for 4 Boys  Send Email to 4 Boys     
Thanks, It is being serviced and will pick it up after the first of the year. I sold a 1998 17 outrage earlier this year for more that this purchase. It did have a trailer and T Top with the 21 does not have. I live on the water so I did not want a trailer.
Royboy posted 12-23-2006 11:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for Royboy  Send Email to Royboy     
That price seems exceptionally low for that boat. Is it a salvage? I paid more for my 17 Outrage this past Spring.


tombro posted 12-24-2006 06:38 AM ET (US)     Profile for tombro  Send Email to tombro     
I believe this is the same hull as my 210 Ventura has. It is one high-sided and heavy beast, that you will love in snotty seas. As the poster before said, they redesigned the hull to a lighter and smaller size. Must have been some yacht it was t/t.
4 Boys posted 12-24-2006 10:28 PM ET (US)     Profile for 4 Boys  Send Email to 4 Boys     
Price was outstanding... No, it was not salvaged. I did a history check and it came up spotless. I am purchasing it from one of the largest Whaler dealers in the US. They took it on trade for a replacement. Dealer simply said they priced trades to move and focused on new stuff. They went through this boat and made all repairs... Had a friend inspect and it was as the dealer indicated. Hull is not bottom coated so it was easy to inspect. I sold my 1998 17 Outrage at the end of the Summer for 2K more than this purchase although this boat has no trailer, T Top or electonics. Still an outstanding buy and the Yamaha 225 is a big plus in my mind.
Royboy posted 12-26-2006 10:40 PM ET (US)     Profile for Royboy  Send Email to Royboy     
Sounds like a sweet deal. That's quite a boat. What was she T/T?


4 Boys posted 01-05-2007 06:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for 4 Boys  Send Email to 4 Boys     
T/T was the Charade

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