|Liegeplatz||Hutchinson, Minnesota, Vereinigte Staaten|
|Länge über alles||5.67 m|
|Treibstoffstanks||1 x 58 gal|
Well maintained Sea Hunt has the following features: 115 Yamaha 4 Stroke, T top with new canvas installed 2021, Garman chart plotter/depth finder, 2015 Charleston Trailer with new spare tire, Marine Radio with new antenna installed 2021, on board Sound System with Marine AM/FM/Bluetooth Radio, Dual Batteries, automatic Bilge Pump, aeriated Live Well, 2 under seat Coolers, Full Canvas Storage Cover, fire extinguisher, Fish Cleaning Board fits in rod holder, 2 Anchors, Dock Lines, Bumpers, Stern Swim Ladder, Transom Saver.
In considering the purchase of my Sea Hunt, its history as best I can describe:
I bought the Triton in 2019 in Florida. At that time it was licensed in North Carolina. I’ve used it in Florida and Minnesota. I don’t know but suspect most of its time has been salt water. I can tell you it’s clean doesn’t show rust or signs of a hard life. Pretty nice little boat. Age is catching up with me so I thought I’d sell it rather than have it sit and deteriorate.
The motor is Yamaha's salt water model. When I bought it I had a mechanic go through the motor. He fixed the fuel pump and gave it a clean bill of health. I’ve put on about 50 hours and have had absolutely no problems. On Aug 26, 2022 I had a yamaha dealer do a diagnosis of the motor. It has 575 Hours and shows normal diagnosis. I have attached a photo of the printout I recieved from the dealer.
When I bought my Sea Hunt, the main circuit board needed replacement. I had that done. I bought a new spare tire and rim that's never been on the ground. I put a new prop on when I had the mechanic go through the motor, so far no nicks. The marine antenna functioned but was old. I replaced it, $200. The T top canvas was at the end of its life. I had that replaced by canvas works in Cokato Mn, $1,000. Last year the steering was becoming spongy. I bled the hydraulic steering lines and replaced the fluid which cured the problem. I added a 2nd anchor, fish cleaning Bd, new winch strap and 2nd cooler. Every time I've had it in salt water, I flushed the motor with fresh water and washed the boat motor and trailer. I have routinely cleaned and greased the wheel bearings.
This is a used boat but I have taken good care of it and replaced or repaired items as needed. There is nothing that I know of that doesn't properly work.
Anything else I'll answer if I can.