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Old 08-18-2015, 07:23 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the story with that boat behind Emerald Coast Scuba in Destin? It is an older Mako and looks as if it use to be a SeaTow boat as it is yellow and has the towing equipment on it. I have been looking for an older Mako like that for a project and think that it may be a decent one to go with if it is in somewhat decent shape and obviously if it is for sale or someone isnt really using it anymore. I live right beside it and can never seem to have the free time when they are open to stop in and ask about it. I missed them by about 30 mins today, go figure haha.

Anyway, if anyone knows anything about it and want to pass along the info it would be appreciated.

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Old 08-18-2015, 07:57 PM   #2
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If you're looking for an older Mako in good shape you should talk to Josh (LIM-IT-OUT) on the forum. He's got a sweet 17' early 70's Mako with a 2007 70HP Suzuki on it. He has it priced well too.
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I have been looking at the ones that are inboard. I dont know why but I think I really want one like that. plus I am looking for something bigger than what I have now.
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Leave a note on the door of the business to call you.....
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Leave a note on the door of the business to call you.....

I dont know why that idea eluded me. Thank goodness for the guys around here, without you sometimes I think I would leave myself in the dark.

Seriously, why didnt I think about that?
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Cause you be stressing about a messed up lower unit.
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Blaine, check out this older Rampage. Might be more than you're looking for but it's a straight drive. We also just happen to know someone that can handle cosmetics!

http://pensacola.craigslist.org/boa/5153175105.html
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I have been looking at the ones that are inboard.
Your looking at a Mako 236 then. Not a I/O ....... A full inboard.
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Old 08-19-2015, 10:57 AM   #9
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Blane I am pretty sure that it is a Mako 286.. I know Sea Tow had one in there fleet. they are twin inboard 28ft boats. Google Mako 286 and you can find all the info you need..
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Why wouldn't you just go in there and talk to them and see if they are interested selling it? I think they use it for scuba trips and classes.
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