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I am selling the last of my father's estate, it was our 13' boston whaler that he bought new in 1963. It has been in our family and used off and on for years, since it was new. It originally had a 1963 merc 9.8 on it, and it has had up to 40hp motors bracketted to it over the years. The boat was used for everything from fishing in Round Valley reservoir to commercial crabbing in the summer, but has not been in service for about 10 years. The boat is in floatable condition, is usable in this condition, but would take a restoration quite well. The hull # on this vessel is 5556. I do not use the vessel because I have a 25' Parker charter fishing boat business that consumes my time, and I do not need this vessel.

The boat is solid, and the motor ran when i pickled/fogged the engine about 5 years ago. The motor is a 15hp johnson, and i believe the model year is 1982. and I had a new water pump and all the waterlines cleaned in 2005, when I last used it. The motor is sold as/where is, it is not seized, the powerhead turns.

The boat comes with a 1990s era galvanized Sealion trailer that has never seen salt water, it has brand new rims and tires (receipts to prove it) and the bearing buddys are freshly packed with grease. There is also a 6 gallon fuel tank, the 15Hp johnson, and thats about it.

The price is $800 firm. The boat has been repaired and epoxied numerous times on the inside, and considering the boat is 20 years older than I am, is in good shape. The boat has a title, trailer and motor are untitled and can be sold with a notarized receipt, which we will cover at closing.

The boat is in my friend's yard. covered for the winter. I can show the boat by appointment only, considering I live in Monmouth County NJ and the boat is in Hunterdon County NJ. Email me with questions or appointments, I will furnish a phone number upon emailing me. Links to the entire set of 9 hi-res photos also provided upon emailling.

Phone: 908-803-2300
Email: [email protected]

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