2005 Jupiter 31 Open

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Jupiter 31 Open 2005

2005 Jupiter 31 Open

2005 31’ Jupiter. Twin 2011 Yamaha fly by wire f300’s with 850 hours of which 550 are below 2000 rpm. Motors are perfect, have new cowlings, look almost new inside and out, and are equipped with Yamaha Y cop anti-theft prevention system and push button start/stop. 260 gallons fuel. The fighting lady yellow paint on the hull sides is original and excellent. Fresh white bottom paint. Interior gelcoat shines like new. T top aluminum framing and fiberglass hardtop are new within the last few years and look it. Hardtop has NAV lights, spreader lights, and white and red Helm lights built in. All Upholstry is new including foam. Twin Furuno Navnet MFD12 displays with perfect screens. 25KW open array radar with chart overlay. New Furuno auto pilot with remote. Engines and all Furuno electronics are interfaced. New fusion stereo with Bluetooth. New ICOM VHF with GPS. Live well, fresh and saltwater wash downs, electric head in console, LED lights in all compartments, three batteries with built-in charger, polycarbonate helm enclosure with wings. I’m sure I have missed some things – happy to answer questions. Beautiful boat – ready to go anywhere! Trailer not included.

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