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Old 04-16-2017, 10:21 PM   #1
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Default 1996 Cape Horn 21 with 200hp Yamaha SSII

SOLD-- SOLD-- SOLD

1996 Cape Horn 21 with 1996 Yamaha 200hp Saltwater Series II
Thoroughly Gone Though, Refurbed, And Upgraded. I Hate To Sell, But I Just Dont Get To The Coast As Often As I Hoped That I Would.
Looking To Get $13,500obo. I Will Also Consider Partial Trade For Smaller Center Console 18-20ft And Cash Difference.

T-Top with Electronics Box
128 Gallon Fuel Tank
Large Live Well With Pump
Anchor Well with Stainless Bow Sprit
Anchor With Galvanized Chain And 200ft Of New Rope
6ft Fishbox Or Storage
Large Cubby Inside Center Console. Can Even Hold Port-O-Potty If You Want To Add One.
Dual Batteries with Battery Switch
Dual Bank Battery Charger
Taylor Made Boat Cover
New Faria Guages
New Planet Audio Bluetooth/iPod Control Radio
New LED Deck Flood Lights
New LED Overhead T-Top lights
New LED Electronics Box lighting
New LED Lighting Inside Console Cubby
Nav Lights Converted To LED
New Cobra VHF Radio NMEA Wired To GPS For Automatic Distress GPS Location
New Shakespeare Centinnial 5102 Antenna
Humminbird 798ci HD Fishfinder/GPS With Downimaging And Side Scan
Illuminated Richie Compass
Factory Switches Professionally Rewired/Added To Have Seperate Switches For:
Nav/Anchor Lights
T-Top LED lights
LED Flood lights
Front Cubby Bilge
Rear Bilge
Livewell Pump
Raw Water Washdown
Radio
All Added Wiring Is Tinned Marine Grade Wire With Marine Shrink Connectors and Dielectric Grease to Prvent Corrosion.

200hp Yamaha Runs Great And Will Push Boat To Almost 40 Knots
Rebuilt Lower Unit Last Year. Less than 25 hours
Stainless Steel Prop, Factory Prop Also Included
I Always Flushed with Salt-Away after EVERY Trip In Salt Water

1996 MasterLoader Aluminum Tandem Axle Trailer In Great Shape
Tires Have Plenty Of Life Left
Bearing Buddys Installed
Bearings Always Greased Regularly
All Lights Work As They Should
I Also Always Washed Down The Trailer With Salt-Away After EVERY Dip In Saltwater
Ready To Ride!!!



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1996 Cape Horn 21 -- Yamaha 200 Saltwater Series II
1971 Kingfisher Skiff -- Johnson 55
Pair 2010 Ocean Kayak Prowler 13's
And a couple of worthless housecats...

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Old 04-16-2017, 10:29 PM   #2
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1971 Kingfisher Skiff -- Johnson 55
Pair 2010 Ocean Kayak Prowler 13's
And a couple of worthless housecats...
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Old 04-16-2017, 10:33 PM   #3
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WOW, what a nice boat GLWS!!
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Old 04-17-2017, 01:45 AM   #4
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Great looking boat at a fair price. If I didn't own a Cape Horn already I'd buy that for sure
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Old 04-20-2017, 12:13 PM   #6
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1971 Kingfisher Skiff -- Johnson 55
Pair 2010 Ocean Kayak Prowler 13's
And a couple of worthless housecats...
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Clean looking boat.
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Makes me miss my 96 I sold last year. Yours is awesome. Good job.


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Old 04-22-2017, 06:25 PM   #10
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Thanks. I did alot of hard work to get it that way. Breaks my heart to sell it. But I just cant justify keeping it. We need something smaller for what we use it for.
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