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Doug Weaver posted 05-19-2008 07:20 PM ET (US)   Profile for Doug Weaver   Send Email to Doug Weaver  
1985 Yamaha 225 motor
77 Gallons Fuel
Oversized T-Top w/ rocket launchers
Aluminum trailer in good condition (newer tires, bearings, springs, & axles)
No electronics

I can send more pictures by email. Make an offer.

Doug Weaver posted 05-28-2008 08:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for Doug Weaver  Send Email to Doug Weaver     
Updated craigslist link wiht new photos. Any comments on price, condition etc? Thanks. $10K or make an offer.

jay18 posted 05-29-2008 07:59 PM ET (US)     Profile for jay18  Send Email to jay18     
Doug- I think your asking price is a bit on the low side. The boat looks well taken care of. Be patient, it will sell sooner than you think.


maverick posted 05-30-2008 07:38 AM ET (US)     Profile for maverick  Send Email to maverick     
Doug - the market appears to be very tight right now on everything.....I sell used collector car parts, and dang! it's tough. I love your boat, wish I had extra funds, would like to buy it....I'm in Aiken, SC too. Not far away. Thanks, Chuck
friend99 posted 05-30-2008 08:51 AM ET (US)     Profile for friend99    

Nice boat at a very fair price. Is it still available?

pglein posted 05-30-2008 11:56 AM ET (US)     Profile for pglein  Send Email to pglein
pglein posted 05-30-2008 11:58 AM ET (US)     Profile for pglein  Send Email to pglein     
Considering that I just paid $11,000 for an 18' a year older and with a galvanized trailer, yeah, I'd say you could probably ask more. Of course, it's hard to say. East coast vs. west coast. West coast seems to be a lot more expensive for Whalers.
Doug Weaver posted 05-30-2008 08:01 PM ET (US)     Profile for Doug Weaver  Send Email to Doug Weaver     
Yes, it's still available, but several people have expressed some strong interest. I love the boat and would keep it, but between a baby and a 3 year old the poor thing sits too much and I don't really have the time to maintain it, much less start the restoration process. Maybe in ten years I'll be back looking for another because it is a great boat. I would not hesitate to take this boat 30 miles offshore fishing.
purpleGORILLA posted 05-31-2008 09:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for purpleGORILLA  Send Email to purpleGORILLA     
Can you send me detail pictures to my email address? I am in Atlanta. The pictures on the craigslist are too small.
Doug Weaver posted 05-31-2008 10:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for Doug Weaver  Send Email to Doug Weaver     
Email sent. Thanks.
Doug Weaver posted 06-01-2008 12:22 AM ET (US)     Profile for Doug Weaver  Send Email to Doug Weaver     
Several have asked for more photos. Here are the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Greg_B posted 06-02-2008 01:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for Greg_B  Send Email to Greg_B     
I'm interested in a boat to keep in Manteo - hauling my 27' boat up from FL is a bear. How many people will it fit? Looking for something to fish and tube in Roanoke Sound.
Doug Weaver posted 06-02-2008 11:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for Doug Weaver  Send Email to Doug Weaver     
I can't remember exactly how many the boat is rated for (11 or 12 I think). But that is too much for any captain short on good meds.

I would say 6 passengers is a good fair number for this boat, but obviously it can hold more.

We use heavy duty marine bean-bags for extra seating when needed. They are actually the best seats in the house and prone to putting tired fisherman and divers to sleep before the second beer is done.

This boat would do great in the sound and offshore on the right days. I've regularly gone 30-35 and once to 65 offshore in the past.

Greg_B posted 06-03-2008 07:49 AM ET (US)     Profile for Greg_B  Send Email to Greg_B     
I looked closely at the pics and can't figure out what that checking is on the deck. Was it painted before? You mentioned a restoration - what does it need? I'm looking for a boat to use, not a project.

Thanks again

HAPPYJIM posted 06-03-2008 08:10 AM ET (US)     Profile for HAPPYJIM  Send Email to HAPPYJIM     
Nice looking boat. You won't notice the spider cracking with spot, croaker and flounder flopping on the deck.

Is that a "super console".

Doug Weaver posted 06-03-2008 08:26 AM ET (US)     Profile for Doug Weaver  Send Email to Doug Weaver     
I do believe that is a super console.

I don'
t se any evidence that the boat was ever painted. The gelcoat still buffs out pretty nicely. Those spider cracks are not supposed to be that big a deal from what I've heard and read. And yes, flopping fish do cover them nicely.

I would not consider this boat to be a project boat. However, it would probably not be too hard to restore this boat to a more pristine condition if one was so inclined. I'd just mess it back up with all the fishing and diving. But, this boat could run for years with nothing beyond normal maintenance and the small repairs that normally go with even a brand new boat. Thanks for looking.

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