New 23' Crowley Beal For Sale

Frank

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Hi Todd,

I was going with @ 140 Suzuki. Most of the time I fish alone and that would have worked fine. I spoke to to other owners with 130 Hondas on Crowleys and they were very happy. If you carry a lot of weight a 150 might be the best choice.
 

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I belive I answered all the PM's and emails. If I left anyone out please let me know and I'll get back to you. Thanks.
 

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Nice looking boat! Were you orginally thinking of put the helm in the center or on the port side? Does the pilot house have any windows that open for ventilation? Any other pictures inside the cabin?
 

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The helm was to be center mounted. It can be port mounted on the bulkhead or starboard mounted with a console box covering the door opening.


The windows are all fixed aluminum.


I'm heading to Florida in the morning and I don't have any pictures of the interior. It's all gel coated white and gray, no bunks.

Hope this helps.

Frank
 
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Any luck with the sale? Is there any reason why you did not go with the model being sold by Jeff's Marine in Maine? I love both set ups.

23' Crowley Beal boat show 2011.jpg
 

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The boat is still here capecodder. Lots of emails and requests for pictures. A few people made appointments to see the boat and never showed up. Several contacts from brokers.
I chose Clark Island Boatworks to do the build because I was really impressed with the quality of their work. I believe Jeff's Marine boats are Jim Beal builds and I'm sure they're well done too.
 
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