29' WebbersCove

Jack

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Boat Spec's:

Dimensions
LOA: 29 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 6 in

Engine:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine(s) Total Power: 315 HP
Engine Model: 6LPA-STP
Cruising Speed: 22 knots @ 2700 RPM
Maximum Speed: 27 knots
Year Built: 2006
Engine Hours: 650
Fuel Buen 3-5 GPH
Tanks:
Fuel Tanks: 2 (50 Gallons)

Galley:
Refrigerator: Adler Barbour
Hot/Cold pressurized water
Sharp Microwave
40 Gal. fresh water

Electronics:
Furuno 1621 Mark 2 Radar System
Garmin 2006/210 Color GPS/Plotter
Apelco 5160 VHF
Raytheon 365 Fish Finder
Horizon 500 Anchor Windlass
Imtra Side Power 8hp Bow Thruster
Power Star 700 watt inverter
Ritchie Custom mounted compass


Additional Equipment:
Custom Stainless Steel removable Davits
Outside Hot/Cold shower
Imtra Custom Mahogny helm
Stainless Steel/Teak Outboard Motor Mount
Custom Teak Rod Holders outside / interior
Teak Burgee Pole
Spare Prop A6547 22RH29 22X24
PSS Packless Ceramic Sealing System
Spare Anchor & Chain 200' Rode
Custom Winter Storage frame and commercial Tarp
Spare Raycor filter unit
BBQ grill
Four Green fenders
Custom interior cabin table (matches wood decor)
Custom Teak / Maple swim platform
1000 watt portable spot light
30 amp 110 power cord adapter
50' 30 amp shore power cord
Brass Quartz Ship Clock
Ring life preserver
Rain Tarp green (allows for hatch ventilation)
Cabin cushions dry cleaned every other year
Outside deck green/white awning w/SS mounting poles
Vacuflush Head & 20 gal. holding tank


Boat is in excellent condition. $79000

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MASTERENEGADE

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Had a DE, now 24' Privateer
Theres a 29 webbers cove by me. Moves along very nice w the same engine. i wanna say he cruises 16knts easy.

Just a side note. Glad to see the informative classified post. Did any one notice that this is the members first post.
 

Hooper

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Here it is, 1995 Webbers Cove Down East Pilothouse Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

not 1 photo of running gear or mechanical , These brokers are a waste of time. JMHO

I have to agree Gurryman. I am constantly amazed at how many broker listings will convieniently leave out the engine hours or if the engine is a less desirable model they will leave that out as well. They go into great detail about the cushions being replaced or that this boat "raises fish" but they keep the hours/model a mystery. I see this far more on outboard style boats than inboards but it does happen. Now pay me my 10%!
 

Toolate

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I have to agree Gurryman. I am constantly amazed at how many broker listings will convieniently leave out the engine hours or if the engine is a less desirable model they will leave that out as well. They go into great detail about the cushions being replaced or that this boat "raises fish" but they keep the hours/model a mystery. I see this far more on outboard style boats than inboards but it does happen. Now pay me my 10%!

Or leave out the cruising speed....
 

Striper_King

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Well who would have figured. I might have saved myself some money on 4 props if I knew about this site.

I have a 1999 Webbers cove with the same engine as this boat. When I picked it up it was way over propped. It would top out in calm seas at about 27 KTS and cruse at about 20.

But boy did the turbo whine and the engine could not get over 3300 rpms I tried 4 different props and re pitched a few as well. Thank you H&H Propeller I ended up with a 19x19 but I think a 19x20 is the sweet spot I want. I tuna fish mostly and speed though chop is crucial to covering a lot of ground. The engine now will easily power up to 3800 rpm smoothly. I wonder how this boat could achive that performace? I have a lot of wood on mine, weight?;Or is it over propped?

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ReelNutz

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Well who would have figured. I might have saved myself some money on 4 props if I knew about this site.

I have a 1999 Webbers cove with the same engine as this boat. When I picked it up it was way over propped. It would top out in calm seas at about 27 KTS and cruse at about 20.

But boy did the turbo whine and the engine could not get over 3300 rpms I tried 4 different props and re pitched a few as well. Thank you H&H Propeller I ended up with a 19x19 but I think a 19x20 is the sweet spot I want. I tuna fish mostly and speed though chop is crucial to covering a lot of ground. The engine now will easily power up to 3800 rpm smoothly. I wonder how this boat could achive that performace? I have a lot of wood on mine, weight?;Or is it over propped?

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Well who would have figured. I might have saved myself some money on 4 props if I knew about this site.

I have a 1999 Webbers cove with the same engine as this boat. When I picked it up it was way over propped. It would top out in calm seas at about 27 KTS and cruse at about 20.

But boy did the turbo whine and the engine could not get over 3300 rpms I tried 4 different props and re pitched a few as well. Thank you H&H Propeller I ended up with a 19x19 but I think a 19x20 is the sweet spot I want. I tuna fish mostly and speed though chop is crucial to covering a lot of ground. The engine now will easily power up to 3800 rpm smoothly. I wonder how this boat could achive that performace? I have a lot of wood on mine, weight?;Or is it over propped?

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I was confused reading this post as I own the boat listed above. I’ll double check but I believe my prop is 22 x 22 or 24. Max rpm im getting around 3900/4K rpm.

The performance numbers listed are also way off. I cruise around 18-19kts @3200 rpms and burn an estimated 9 gallons an hour.
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Striper_King

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I was confused reading this post as I own the boat listed above. I’ll double check but I believe my prop is 22 x 22 or 24. Max rpm im getting around 3900/4K rpm.

The performance numbers listed are also way off. I cruise around 18-19kts @3200 rpms and burn an estimated 9 gallons an hour.
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Hi , What are you powered with? Your boat looks a bit lighter as it does not have a lot of the heavier wood my boat has. I also run twin 84 Gallon Tanks and am loaded with Tuna gear, Ice and big burly men, lol . Yanmar says, run your engine at 90 percent all day long so we do! Until we don't then it's fish on hopefully. I figure I burn 6 gallons an hour at that speed. We leave the Merrimack about 12 am and run hard to Race Point then start fishing back and out as far as 50 dead east from Boston. Run back south east aging to what I call the Cheeks, (look at a topo map) the meander over to the south west corner and back over the south side of Stellwagen again and chris cross over the bank up to the Northeast corner. (if we don't have our fish by then we shoot the last man on the crew) ;-) I burn about 60 gallons and it's usually a 20 hour trip. We run mostly jet heads at all kinds of patterns with 5 rods. I found jets lets you troll faster avoid a lot of weeds and cover more ground. Don't forget your birds ;-) and mix up your speeds between 5 and 12 kts. Get a good pair of binoculars and look for the fish on the surface. I have no patience for anchoring and hoping I'm in the right spot. Just my thing, I catch fish ;-)

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