2003 Rosborough RF-246 LSV for sale

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  1. Cruising Scribe

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    Placing our 2003 Rosborough RF-246 LSV for sale is a bittersweet experience. Bitter because for the past four summers our Rossi - Grumpy Old Men (GOM) - has provided unparalleled pleasure as we cruised the waters of the Northeast. Sweet because we have entered into a contract to purchase a Great Harbour TT 35 Trawler on which we will live aboard year round. The TT35 resembles a longer, wider version of the Rossi.

    Each year we have improved, added or upgraded at least one component aboard GOM. Marine professionals have provided careful and meticulous service also on an annual basis. We are currently in Key West and GOM is on the hard, shrink-wrapped in Falmouth, MA. We will establish a period in the Spring (TBD) when GOM will be available for viewing. Our asking price is $65K. For complete info and photos: unclegkw@yahoo.com.

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    ShoreLand’r 2003, SLR58T model Trailer, carrying capacity 5800 lbs.
    Overall length 28 feet 5 inches

    Suzuki 140 HP, 4-stroke 2003
    Always serviced by a certified Suzuki mechanic


    Tufted Topper for V-berth and dinette berth

    Fully commissioned every spring; fully decommissioned (including shrink-wrapped) each fall. Service records available.

    New upholstery all cushions 2016 (except v-berth)

    NovaKool Refrigerator, R2600, new 2015

    New Garmin GPS Chart Plotter 2016

    Matworks teak-style marine carpeting, 2017


    Solar roof panel, 215 Watts, 2015

    One starter battery 6volts, 2017
    Two house batteries, 6volts, 2016


    Smartplug shore power connector, 2017. 50’ cord

    Danforth anchor with 25-foot chain and 75-foot line

    Swim ladder and more
     
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    Pics?
     
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    Sorry, not tech savvy. Not sure how to upload pics to this site.
     
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    I click on the Upload a file button next to Post Reply. It'll take you to your hard drive. Click on pictures & then just double click on any pictures you want to upload.
     
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    Thank you, Scout 30.
     

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    Nice boat! Looks like she's in great shape. In my opinion the outboard is a huge plus over the I/Os they originally came with. What are the fuel burn/range numbers like?
     
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    Agreed. OB opens up the area below cockpit for additional storage. If memory serves correctly, we average approx. 1/gph at 3000 rpm, 7-8 nm per hour which, given fuel tank capacity of 80 gallons plus, places range (7 -8 knot/hour) at around 650 nm. Please don't hold my feet to the fire as to those numbers, but that seems about right based on our fuel-sipping 4-stroke Suzuki 140 hp. Typically, our gas gauge is not reliable.
     

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