May sell my 26' Black Lab

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May sell my 26' Black Lab

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Post by v26wa » Sun Aug 10, 2008 6:06 pm

Things have been well & my dreamboat of a 35'-40' downeast may be a reality next season. If so I will sell my Lab. I do love it though ! Anyway, you guys pretty much know it from my previous posts. She now has 70 hours on her & not even a hiccup. The short list.....
2006 26' Pacific / Black Lab WA5
Twin 150 Optimax's
Aluminum I-beam trailer
Radar, 10" chartploter, 2 VHf's , Color sounder
Outriggers / center rigger
much, much more ................
will entertain all offers.


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Post by JETTYWOLF » Sun Aug 10, 2008 7:29 pm

One man's dream boat is another man's stepping stone......

Being "in" my dream boat now for almost two years, I find it unfathomable to want something that needs heavy duty maintenance.

Things must be really well. Fuel's only dropped .15 cents nationwide, versus the rise of over .15 cents over night, in some places.

The luxury service biz I'm in isn't healthy, I'm sorry to say.

If you're sensible, you won't have any problem finding a buyer.

AAB.com - takes boat sale's "bird dog fees", call us tax deductable.

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Post by S L Dave » Sun Aug 10, 2008 8:50 pm

Well heck...if you don't live your dream, somebody else will!

I bet Beven could make you one that would look just like a Hinkley!
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Post by slug420 » Sun Aug 10, 2008 9:55 pm

great lookin ride! I just saw it over on THT and was just gonna link to it from here :)

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Post by Sculpin » Mon Aug 11, 2008 2:45 am

What kind of reasonable offer are you looking for? That is a great boat. That is the old Metal Monster isn't it? I loved that vessel the first time I set eyes on her.
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Post by Bullshipper » Mon Aug 11, 2008 8:17 am

That baby must scoot. Really like the way you set her up.

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Post by v26wa » Mon Aug 11, 2008 3:26 pm

John, the hull only new in 06 was $44,000.00. I'm asking 55k for boat, motors, trailer, & all accessorys. I think thats priced pretty well for all that. What do you think ?

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Post by JETTYWOLF » Mon Aug 11, 2008 9:20 pm

That sounds fair.

The hurtful part could be someone coming to get it from afar.

Compared to that 23' pacific boat that was on here, that had "wings" welded on the CC's hard top and was super goofy, and beat up.

Welder told me he ended up getting 40K or more. Which was way high I thought for that boat.

Your $$ is great!

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Post by Sculpin » Thu Aug 14, 2008 12:33 am

v26wa wrote:John, the hull only new in 06 was $44,000.00. I'm asking 55k for boat, motors, trailer, & all accessorys. I think thats priced pretty well for all that. What do you think ?
That sounds real fair to me and I'm a couple of months too late :lol: . If I hadn't bought the Sculpin I would be real interested in her. I'll spread the word.
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Several questions

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Post by almaddog » Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:21 am

If you don't mind I have several questions.

What is the height from the deck of the boat to the top of the rails at the transom,mid ships and just behind the bow bulkhead ( storage box)?

How wide or narrow is the gap between the pilot house and inside of the gunnel? do you have to scoot sideways to get the bow?

Are there angled rodholders in the gunnel?

Is there room for a portapotty in the pilothouse?

Is there room for installaton of a seat for the driver ? Do you just drive standing up all the time?

Do you have trim tabs?

How many scuppers and what size are in the boat?

Sorry about all questions but I am very interested in your boat.

Thanks Albert

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Several questions

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Post by almaddog » Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:22 am

If you don't mind I have several questions.

What is the height from the deck of the boat to the top of the rails at the transom,mid ships and just behind the bow bulkhead ( storage box)?

How wide or narrow is the gap between the pilot house and inside of the gunnel? do you have to scoot sideways to get the bow?

Are there angled rodholders in the gunnel?

Is there room for a portapotty in the pilothouse?

Is there room for installaton of a seat for the driver ? Do you just drive standing up all the time?

Do you have trim tabs?

How many scuppers and what size are in the boat?

Sorry about all questions but I am very interested in your boat.

Thanks Albert

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Several Q's

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Post by almaddog » Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:22 am

If you don't mind I have several questions.

What is the height from the deck of the boat to the top of the rails at the transom,mid ships and just behind the bow bulkhead ( storage box)?

How wide or narrow is the gap between the pilot house and inside of the gunnel? do you have to scoot sideways to get the bow?

Are there angled rodholders in the gunnel?

Is there room for a portapotty in the pilothouse?

Is there room for installaton of a seat for the driver ? Do you just drive standing up all the time?

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Post by v26wa » Fri Aug 15, 2008 6:16 pm

Hi Albert,
I will have to go measure to know for sure. the rail is higher in the front than the rear I'm guesssing all heights are around 3'.

I will also have to measure the walk around gap. I can walk around with out going sideways but it is close. I'm gonna guess 14" for now.

There is no angled rodholders in the gunels yet. Its on my list. I liked that it didnt have them b/c installation is simple & it gave me time to fish the boat & have the freedom to decide which angle & where to place them . I have been expermenting with the clamp on ones to see where I will like them the best. I did install 4 on the bait station that I use to troll from the outriggers / center rigger.

Both storage comparments in the pilothouse are HUGE & there is pleanty of room for a portapotty.

I was going to install a removable helm seat in the middle & there is plenty of room to do so. However I do stand alot anyway & its actually quite comfortable to sit on the starboard seat facing foward. You have good visibality & controll of throttles / wheel. If I dont sell the boat I probally will not install the seat, I feel its not necessary for my application.

No trim tabs, the mountings are there already & are predrilled for Lencos, an easy installation.

There are 2 scuppers & both are rather large I'm guessing 2 1/2 " ? maybe someone knows for sure ?

Let me know if there is more & I'll get all the measurements this weekend. Thanks 1

Dave

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Post by slug420 » Sun Aug 17, 2008 11:42 pm

JETTYWOLF wrote:That sounds fair.

The hurtful part could be someone coming to get it from afar.

Compared to that 23' pacific boat that was on here, that had "wings" welded on the CC's hard top and was super goofy, and beat up.

Welder told me he ended up getting 40K or more. Which was way high I thought for that boat.

Your $$ is great!
trust me...this boat is way prettier too

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Post by Sculpin » Tue Aug 19, 2008 2:11 am

Easy on the comments guys :D . My Edwing aint pretty either.
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#16

Post by MacCTD » Wed Aug 27, 2008 7:52 am

Are the motors '06s as well? Are they 25" or 30" looks like the mid section in one picture is not painted.

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Post by JETTYWOLF » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:09 am

The Rock wrote:Easy on the comments guys :D . My Edwing aint pretty either.
Rock, well maybe you need some "wings" welded on your cabin roof.....
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