22 Sisu center console

tunaorlater

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1981 22 foot Sisu center console

Complete stringer up restore recently completed
60 hp Lehman diesel, low hours
13 knot wot
Double axle load rite trailed with new axles jack and tongue
Electric trailer winch
Garmin fish finder and gps
New decks, stringers, hatches, sound proofing
New electric
Painted with alexseal inside and out. Whisper grey hull and decks
All running gear gone over and restuffed
Spray rails and quater guards installed
Dry balsa cored hull and top sides
All thru hulls resealed and decored
48 gallons of fuel in 2 tanks with valves
I have 2 pompanette helm seats not installed yet it will be up to the new owner weather they want one or two
Also I have a stainless bow rail and rear rails that will go with the boat if wanted
Boat is located in Sayville ny had it out all day on the 4th and she's ready to go.

Asking $13,500

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Eastporter

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Sold- 20' Eastporter (Rebuilt 2011) 22' Pearson Ensign
Beautiful! Good luck with the sale! :D
 

tunaorlater

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Thanks she came a long way.

It's me a my father who do all the work on the boats so it's good to have 2 sets of able hands.
 

jcsimmerman

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Tuna,
What is the beam? How much does the boat weight? This is exactly what i am looking for.
I live in mass, is the trailor in good enough condition to make it up here?
Thanks, Jesse
 

tunaorlater

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Beam is 7'10 according to Lowell's website (now the Lowell 22) my guess is 4,000lbs but I never weighed it. Trailer will make it with no problem, I would consider new tires for a long trip. Axles are brand new.
 

jcsimmerman

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Do you happen to have pics of the boat during the process of rebuilding it? More so pictures of the stringers and pre deck installation? Since I am new to the DE boats, what would cause the need to have to do so much rebuilding? I used to own a Boston Whaler and know many people that still own older ones and they never require that much attention. I understand that whalers are foam filled and all of the construction differences. Is it due to the amount of wood used in these DE hull designs?
 

tunaorlater

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Not much wood in a whaler, that's the difference. This boat originally was not built very well. There were no stringers installed just 3 bulkheads that were not properly sealed. Te end result was the deck and bulkheads rotting out from the inside out. This time it was done with stringers and bulkheads and everything was covered with once and a half Matt before the decks were installed. They are 3/4 ply with once and a half Matt on the bottom and 1708 on the top after they were taped in with 2 layers of 1708 tape. This boat will easly gey 30 years of use without a water problem unless something is installed incorrectly. Not sure if I have pics of it or not, I will look when I get home.
 

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Were the fuel tanks replaced in the rebuild? Material?


I can vouch for Mike. He is well know for doing high quality work and not cutting corners. He's an honest and straight-forward guy. Who ever buys this boat is getting a solid boat taht is as good as a brand new boat.
 

tunaorlater

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Thanks Chris, I forgot to answer that question. The tanks were in good shape, they are aluminum. We welded a plate on top of each for new pickup/returns and sending units because the old location was just through the 1/8 tank and I didn't like that. Now they run through a piece of 1/4 inch and were pressure tested and cleaned out before reinstalling and new tank beds.
 

tunaorlater

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Willing to make a deal! Going to a broker soon because I need the room in the driveway.
 

tunaorlater

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As long as you are patient a couple of weeks, it's crazy at work this time of the year.
 
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