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Fish biz for sale turks and caicos

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Fish biz for sale turks and caicos

Postby geoff19789 » Sun May 28, 2006 7:20 pm

FOR SALE- TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
Business: Commercial Fishing
Plenty of clients with unlimited market plus an untouched fishery. Standing order from only three restaurants is for 500 lbs of fish and 1,000 conch per week (Gross of $5,000) never has been met. Many more restaurants(more than 100), resorts, and general public needs still to be met. Purchaser of business needs to be an owner/operator or have key employees. Immediate realistic income potential with four employees(two on each boat) and existing customers is over $10,000 per week excluding lobster. Both boats fully licensed. Purchase price includes the transfer/amendment of licenses. Remember lobster season starts August 1! We get $9 per pound for Tuna and Swordfish (whole), $7 per pound for Mahi and Wahoo, and $5.50 per pound for grouper and snapper.
Assets:
36’ Foot Custom built for U.S. Navy
Description: This boat was custom built for the U.S Navy, or overbuilt is the more proper word. It can carry a huge load and is rated for 30 passengers by the U.S Coast Guard. The boat was temporarily used as a dive boat by Oasis Divers in Grand Turk. Mike Spears at Caribbean Marine and Diesel installed a new John Deers 6.8 Turbo diesel. Good maintenance. Could use bottom and topsides paint to make her more pleasing to the eye. Sleeps 3 grown people easily in the forward cabin. Very good on diesel. Range of 1,000 nautical miles with 120 gallons of diesel. We used 15 gallons of diesel for fishing for 4 days! Comes with spare water pump, filters, etc. We have been using this boat for deep water grouper.snapper plus tuna, wahoo, mahi and swordfish.
Power: Single 6.8L John Deere (less than 300 hours)
Electronics: Lowrance fishfinder/gps LCX-18C combo with Gold Avionics reads 4,000 feet, Furuno 8 Mile Radar, Raytheon NAV 398 spare GPS, Stereo with CD/MPS combo,
12/110 volt TV with DVD player, 406 EPIRB and Standard VHF radio
Extras: Six man life raft, spare prop, outriggers, spare water pump, plenty of filters, etc.
Fishing Equipment
Miler King Hydraulic
Holds 5000 feet plus of 1/8 inch cable. Spare spool. 20,000 extra feet of stainless cable. Plenty of buoys. Bottom rigs and rigs for tuna/swordfish ready to go. 12 volt clutch belt driven hydraulic pump. Too many extras to list. Spare pump, clutch, hydraulic control, etc..
Insulated Fish Box (2,000 lbs capacity)
Trawl net 30’ long for bait/fish
Assortment of rods and reels
Krystal 620 electric reel with custom rod
Castnets (2)
Sea Anchor
20,000 feet of stainless steel cable
28’ Shamrock
Description: This is a full-keeled pilot house model. Work area completely covered with ¾ Starboard. Great place for storing traps. We have used this boat for conch, lobster and shallow water fish (mutton snapper, etc.). Makes a great trap/dive boat.
Power: Diesel Perkins 6354 Turbocharged Range 4. This engine needs work! Comes with a spare Perkins 6354 engine including transmission. Engine change takes ½ day. Transmissions rebuilt, fuel pump rebuilt, water pump rebuilt all within the last twelve months. Plenty of spares.
Electronics: Koden Fishfinder Model: AVS 107 50/200 (2,000 feet capacity), Furuno GPS Navigator, JRC #1000 18 mile Radar, Standard VHF radio and Stereo with cdplayer

Value: $100,000
Partnership is an option.
Geoff Adams
(649)231-4420
(321)206-0812
sam@tciway.tc
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