Seaway 19 Down-east skiff
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Fashioned after the Down-east lobster boats of Maine, this Seaway 19 skiff is truly a working boat. Heavily built and stable, the semi-displacement round chined hull is sea kindly and efficient and are still being built by the Eastern Boat Company in Maine (or maybe its New Hampshire). From the short foredesk with its relatively tall windscreen back through the wide open aft deck the boat can be used for fishing, hauling or plain Sunday afternoon boat rides for the entire family. Powered by a 1993 Yamaha 100 Hp two stroke V4 outboard, the boat will plane at around 10 knts and reach a top speed (with four adults on board) of around 38 knts. While cruising at 18-20 knts, fuel consumption is areasonable 2 - 2-1/2 gallons per hour. The engine was tuned-up this spring with new thermostats and new water pump assembly. Power tilt/trim work as they should and the new four blade propeller makes for smooth running. Two portable gas tanks - with quick connect fuel fittings - comes with the boat and provide a total of 15 gallons of fuel. Oh yes, you have to premix the fuel / oil mix, which eliminates the problem of faulty autmixers. The boat is fairly "Bare bones" no stereo, CD or even VHF radio. But the navigation lights and auto bilge pump are new as is the fuse panel that protects the wiring. A new marine battery, digital fish finder, anchor and rode round out the accessories. Accomodations include two swiveling captains chairs and space for 4 folding chairs for your guests. A new "Sunbrella" bimini is mounted on a 1" diameter stainless steel frame - not the typicaly 7/8" aluminum frames. The boat sits on a "Yacht Club" galvanized single axle trailer with rollers rather than bunks. Tires, wheels and lights are good and the heavy duty winch and trailer jack are new this season. Buyer is responsible for pick-up and payment must be made in either cash or a certified check drawn against a local bank. Please Email / call Paul (732-687-8273) for additional information.