condition: good engine hours (total): 50 length overall (LOA): 23 make / manufacturer: Hurricane model name / number: Godfrey Marine 237 propulsion type: power year manufactured: 2000
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Just in time for boating season!! The first thing anybody should care about with buying a used boat is the condition of the engine. Great news, this boat had the engine replaced with a NEW ENGINE, a Mercruiser 5.7 TBI (300 horsepower inboard) and it has very limited hours on it. I paid $6,661 for the new engine (receipt included).
The Hurricane Sundeck 237 seats 12 passengers (1,600 lbs.) and weighs 4,511 lbs. It has a large entertainment center with sink (removable sink nozzle included), cup holders, 17-gallon fresh water system, and storage for all your gear. This also comes with bow sun lounge cushions. An enclosed head (bathroom/porta-potty area) offers additional storage space to change clothes. The stern bumper holder bracket is great as well as the walk thru windshield and front and rear swim ladders.
The boat also had a new custom cover made and a new bimini top (2016) that I paid $1,345 for (2017).
Never worry about being stuck with a dead battery because this has the dual batteries installed with new cables (2018).
I completely overhauled the Fastload tandem dual axle aluminum drive on trailer with $1,869 worth of repairs including new disc brakes, actuator, hubs, skid plate, etc. and new tires (2016).
NOTE: If you meet the asking price, I'll also include all the accessories, to include skis, ropes, 3-person tube, life jackets, portable toilet, fenders and a GARMIN Depth Finder with Transcom. I spent nearly $1,000 on accessories!
Full disclosure, I have had some work done on the boat cushions with seam repairs, but the upholstery has some tears on the seams and discoloration that are to be expected on a 2000 model boat.
I have all the receipts for all the work I have had done on the boat, which includes the following (this is not an exhaustive list, but it should give you an idea of some things that have been done so you can rest assured the boat is in great condition):
Spark plug and coil, shifter cable and bellow assembly, winch strap, safety chain, transcom strams, eyebolts, gaskets, cables, impellar, plugs, anchor lights, docking lights, trim sensors, idler pulley, temp sensor, fuel sender, horn, prop replace, speed coupler. Also, I have done all the winterizations (oil, filter, anti-freeze, grease fittings, fuel stabilizer, fuel filter, gear lube) and maintenance at Gene's Marine Service shop.
The boat is currently out front at Gene's Marine Service at 1721 W Main Street in Lexington.
Stop by and take a look, you won’t be disappointed!! Call or Text me if you have any questions.
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