2007 Century 2600 Walkaround

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Century 2600 Walkaround 2007

2007 Century 2600 Walkaround

2007 Century 2600 Walk Around. She's an amazing fishing boat that cruises at 29-32 getting 1.7-1.8 mpg. Top speed is 45 mph. The 2007 Century's had a re-designed hull by Yamaha that is sturdy and runs great offshore. This is a boat that fishes hard, but has all the amendities (stove, macerating head, shower, fridge and sink) and can sleep 2 comfortably overnight. Engines are 2 x F-150's that have had the harmonic balencer upgrade completed under warranty, and have been cared for with Yamalube products and ring free treatments. I have owned this boat (second owner) since 150 hours. New Windlass was added this year, 1 year old upgraded high quality Macralon Izing Glass. Bottom paint was just redone last week. 3 battery banks with 4 new batteries that are designed for long life on anchor. 30 Amp Shore power system. Live well that will keep your bait swimming all day long. This is the perfect boat for extreme fishing, but also transforms into a great bay cruiser or Catalina overnighter. Sleeps 2 comfortably with forward berth conversion. Garmin electronics with fish finder/sonar and GPS. 1100 hours total time on the reliable F-150 Yamaha's. Water pumps just rebuilt and serviced as per Yamaha manual. She's ready to cruise, fish and get you where you want to go with her 150 gallon tanks. Raymarine auto pilot that is integrated with the Garmin navigation system.

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