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1997 23' May-Craft, clean as a whistle!

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1997 23' May-Craft, clean as a whistle!

Postby Capt Dave » Sun Jun 25, 2006 12:40 pm

1997, 23' MayCraft Built by MayCraft Boats, Smithfield N.C. small boat manufacture that builds them with commercial quality in mind. Foam Flotation under deck, Self bailing deck, no bracket. Engine on transom, clean as a whistle, kept under boat shed. Nice Starboard doors, on console and back hatches, no step up's - all level deck, and EZ to maintain & clean.

Aug 2003 - 200 HP Yamaha HPDI (high pressure direct injection) (Model: Z200TX rb)
SS Prop, great fuel/oil economy. 2.5 gallon oil tank. Professionally maintained w/ records. RACOR Fuel filter. NEW: Spark Plugs, Oil tank strainer & water pump 1 month ago. Extended warrenty till till August 2008.
Low & slow (river fishing) hours.

A great fishing machine, with large console with built in electronics box with sliding doors, and 6-SS side of console upright rod holders. 10-amp seperate Battery charger, Custom "tall" windshield w/ custom hand rail, console front storage box (100 qts.)
Giant anchor locker for big jetty anchors, and rode, no problem.

Pro-liner (truckbed liner) floor covering, sound proofs, and makes for the best boat interior ever! Done by professionals at Sterling Classics Truck shop, North Main street ,Jacksonville. Just wash and go....Light tan in color. Slip resistant, non-skid, floor protector -originally a $1200 value.

32 gallon fiberglass live well / storage/ leaning post unit with 4 pole holders with bronze bottom thru-hull fresh water pick-up & bronze shut off valve and 750 GPH rule pump with "Keep- alive" oxygen infusor "plus", another 460 GPH "Keep-alive" oxygen infusor tank recycler pump, just for small baits such as shrimp.
Two stern storage boxes. - also with Pro-liner interior
5- Stainless Steel cleats
6- drink holders
Braid Chum Chopper - (for that ever important Tarpon fishing!)
Hydraulic steering/ w/ SS steering wheel and cowboy handle.
Lenco electro-mechanical 12x18 Trim tabs (the correct size for the boat)
4- per side "Lee's" pole holders.
Dual "under console" deep cycle batteries and battery switch
Ritchie Compass

also including; 178 qt. portable SSI (refrigerator quality cooler) for bow of boat.
JRC (1000 watt) "color" super nice fish finder.

And possibly.... 2 Penn Down-riggers, balls with release clips. & older Standard horizon VHF radio, with new antenna.

Absolutely ready to fish....Motor never used for any slow trolling offshore. Just river fishing, and no long fast running ever! "I baby, this baby".

My New boat could be here within 6-8 weeks, which makes the 2nd week of Sept. when I could turn over to new owner.

Trailer not included, but will work with owner to make transfer simple and EZ. A brand new Galvanized Trailer wouldn't be that much.

I couldn't think of a better boat for the $$, if you're looking for a well maintained, Clean, professionally rigged, versatile fishing boat, that has and can do it all in comfort. I've done Sailfish off Ft. Pierce in 8' seas to Pompano in 2' of water.

Boat is dry, quick and handles the "slop" like a Pro, due to it's monster bow and flare. Solid & Stable 12 degree semi V dead-rise,, meaning no rolling around all the time at anchor, which is very nice. HIGH 32" freeboard, at stern.

Versatility is the name of the game for a 23 MayCraft.

DRY WEIGHT: approx. 2400#
BEAM : 8'
2 yrs of Yamaha Extended warrenty till Aug 2008

Call or email me to come by and take a look in Jacksonville Fl.
Can e-mail more pics.

$23,500.00 ........... MAKE ME AN OFFER!!

Jacksonville, Florida
Capt Dave
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