1975 Seacraft 182

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SeaCraft 182 1975

1975 Seacraft 182

This boat has finishes on par with the best. I purchased it in 2014 from a sword fisherman. This boat not only has its famous Potter Hull but a truly functional layout that makes it more fish-able than many larger boats. There's not many 18 footers that can comfortably pull a 8 rod spread on the way out, swordfish, then fly a kite on the way back. The Yamaha 150 2-stroke has 425 hours, and absolutely holds its bullet-proof name. Yamaha has had it's annual service. Replaced fuel pump. Runs great! Asking price is $15,999, or best offer. Equipment List 2005 Yamaha 150 2-Stroke 400 hours professionally serviced. 40 Gallon fuel tank with in-line Racor fuel/water separator Standard Horizon VHF Fusion Radio/Stereo with Bluetooth, USB, and AUX connections Shakespeare radio Antenna 4 JL speakers 8 SS in-gunnel Lee Rod holders (1 straight back, one 45 angled out for trolling and 1 vertical reinforced for swording, 1 45 angled out for drifting per side), 4 rocket launcher rod holders in lean post (set up perfect for kiting), and 4 storage rod holders on side of console for a total of 16 rod holders 30 Gallon custom above deck live well with an additional original 20-gallon floor well (no longer plumbed I've just used it to store the hoses for the main and as wet storage) 5 SS Pop Up Cleats 2 newer Batteries. Rule 800 gph Bilge Pump Insulated 50 gallon forward Fish Box Forward Anchor locker SS pop up nav light Web-on Dual Axle Trailer Dive Ladder Accessories

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