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#1 Lucky27

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Posted August 08 2007 - 8:20 AM

2004 Conch Conch 27, 27' 0'' with a 2005 Suzuki 250 4 stroke (4 years of warranty). Boat is in excellent condition. Boat is loaded. 9' beam 200 gallons of live well capacity, digital flow scan, under gunnel lighting, coffin box with hydraulic lift, and a key west T-top with 5 spreader lights. T-top, leaning post, cushions and bolsters were made by Birdsall Marine. 14 gunnel mounted rod holders and six swiveling rod holders. 18 console mounted rod holders, 4 leaning post rod holders, and 3 T-top rod holders for a total of 53 rod holders. Fred Herman clear poly-carbonate isinglass, walk in center console, helium tank rack, 3 gel cell batteries, FW/SW wash down, tackle locker and battery charger. Electronics package is as follows: Simrad 10" CE 42 Fish finder/chart plotter, 2 Standard Horizon VHF with remote speakers, JRC chart plotter/radar, 2KW Simrad ceramic 38/200 transducer, a cd/fm/am/sat radio with amp and forward and aft speakers. I have all paperwork, receipts and manuals for the boat and electronics. For additional pictures send me your email address. 954-588-5951










#2 nicebass

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Posted August 08 2007 - 8:21 AM

price???



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Posted August 08 2007 - 8:27 AM

Not enough rod holders otherwise Id take it! J/K

Thats a nice rig.



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Posted August 08 2007 - 8:31 AM

Now thats a dream....maybe next life for me . Nice nice boat!


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#5 Wayne Tj

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Posted August 08 2007 - 8:37 AM

What's the purpose of the engine shroud?


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#6 tomytek

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Posted August 08 2007 - 8:43 AM

Datz a sweet ride!!!!! Good luck with the sale.


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#7 Lucky27

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Posted August 08 2007 - 9:40 AM

Sorry. The price is $89,000obo. The reason for the shroud is 3 fold. Reduce engine noise, gives you a place to work and rig baits. keeps lines from becoming tangled around motor. Boat has everything possible flush mounted so that no lines get snagged. As far as rod holders i may have heard that joke a couple of times but it's just the way we fish in Miami. I HATE boats with 3 rod holders.



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Posted August 08 2007 - 9:47 AM

a guy next to me in my old marina had one of these things. it just looks so bada$$ is the drink it's sickening. a real sense of confidence when you step on board.


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#9 hipkvw

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Posted August 08 2007 - 9:53 AM

Im busting your stones. I LOVE that boat. I like that everything is flush and the engine shroud is sweet...nothing but



#10 Lucky27

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Posted August 08 2007 - 11:12 AM

Thanks for all the positive words. I kinda knew that you guys would appreciate the boat since it was built in Mass. The boat really is solid that is why all the guides love them. They didn't build many and when one becomes available they don't sit around. It's one heck of a boat.Thanks for the kind words.



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Posted August 08 2007 - 5:39 PM

Some info please----what is the hose running around the console? Seems like a large boat for only one engine. What is the mikes per gal.? What is the lowest RPM that it will stay on plane? What is the max speed at what RPM? Thanks---



#12 Lucky27

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Posted August 08 2007 - 9:07 PM

Some info please----what is the hose running around the console? Seems like a large boat for only one engine. What is the mikes per gal.? What is the lowest RPM that it will stay on plane? What is the max speed at what RPM? Thanks---



The hose running around the console is my saltwater wash down. It goes from one end of the boat to the other. The boat was designed by the C Raymond Hunt Company. That boat was built to run on a single. Don't take my word for it check the CRH website and they will tell you the full story.
On a typical day. 100 gal livewell, myself (6',290), 2-3 cutomers and their things, about 15 rods, ice and 150 gal of fuel. The boat will be running @30-31 mph, turning 49-5000 rpm getting @2.00 mpg. Top end turning 6000 rpm the boat will do 40-41 MPH. As far as how much rpm to keep on plane I have never done that test. If you have anymore questions please feel free to let me know.

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Posted August 09 2007 - 3:34 PM

I forgot to mention that the boat can be converted to twin and was built to do that in the future.Thanks
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