2009 Northern Bay 38

lobstercatcher

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I am looking to up size.

2009 Northern Bay Lobster boat. Currently working.Closed transome


Volvo Penta D6 330.
ZF220 2.5 to 1
Power steering with dual ram
Stainless rudder
Hydroslave 12" hauler with 14" pump and hydrauliuc motor on electric clutch. Shaft drivin, Stainless davit.
1 1/4 washdown raw water on electric clutch . on a sptlter for 2 hoses
2 rule bilge pumps
circut breakers
2 marine diesel batteries
220 gal fiberglass fuel tank
winter incloser , suitable to be pleasure conversion.

This boat is all composite.
In gear range from 3 1/2 mph to 26ish mph under clean bottom conditions.
Finished by Guptill Custom of Jonesport.
great fuel economey, speed: slow idle cruise is about 6mpg and opperating cruise is 2 mpg


I can walk off the boat tomorrow
Haul her out and freshin her up would be added to whatever you desire to spend.

Complete build on Noreast.com.This would be a great tuna boat and could easily be a pleasure craft

This is a great riding boat.
 
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Scott,
What are you thinking of moving into? I can't believe you would let this boat go.
 

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Scott,
What are you thinking of moving into? I can't believe you would let this boat go.

Not sure what I'll build next, but I can't even concider one until this is sold. It would have to be at least 40'. I would have liked to do a RP 40. The H&H 42is supposed to be real nice too.

SW Boatworks has a few molds. I guess I'd have to go take a look.

I was thinking about a one off too.
 

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Hey guys, Do I pretty much take the pleasure boat market out of this boat if I open up the stern?

Not if you make it a tailgate transom. It would be great as a swim platform for the kids or an easy way to get your inflatable in the boat. Plus you get two extra feet of boat you don't have to pay for at the dock.
Just a thought.
 

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you just keep the piece you cut out of the stearn for any potential future owner that may want it.....
 

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I love your boat! opening the stern wouldnt make me think twice, but the please boaters probably woundnt like it too much. How much are you asking for her?

The original posting date was last year when I had a pretty good chance in being in a new boat right now. I was willing to sell at 175 then because of the convenient timing. I probably can't sell it right now and walk off the boat tomorrow as in the original post. Something would have to be worked out since I do attempt to earn a living out of it. I'd have to either find something to fish out of temporarily until a new boat was built or hold off until Sept , or something else? I'll worry about that if a serious buyer ever shows up.
 

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You need a better radar!

I don't need a radar at all.

It worked fine I guess when I had a screen to run it off of. I think my standard horizion is compatible with it but I'd need a wiring harness made up by somebody..or a whole new radar if I ever get some extra money to throw at it:D Ya think a new radar will sell the boat?

I painted the bottom yesterday and the other side the day before.

Speed dropped to much. I'll pay for the paint in 3 weeks of fuel savings,
 
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I LOVE IT!!!......no need to haul and have some boat yard give you a line of shit about the enviroment.....thats why you cant paint your own bottom
 

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I don't need a radar at all.

It worked fine I guess when I had a screen to run it off of. I think my standard horizion is compatible with it but I'd need a wiring harness made up by somebody..or a whole new radar if I ever get some extra money to throw at it:D Ya think a new radar will sell the boat?

I painted the bottom yesterday and the other side the day before.

Speed dropped to much. I'll pay for the paint in 3 weeks of fuel savings,

I was joking about running into the beach with no radar..........
 

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Does anybody have a link or knowledge of transforming an open transom into a tailgate transom. I was looking at doing that or closing transom and adding swim platform for the kids. My big question was mechanics involved in raising and lowering. Hydraulics?
 
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