I am trying to bring my post over from the old forum, so if you have already looked at my boat--sorry. This is a 1996 OffShore with a Suzuki 150. It is a solid boat and motor with a cabin plenty big enough for two adults to sleep in. The trailer was purchased new this summer at a cost of $3,197.00. The boat has a ton of fishing space and is easy to operate. It comes will full electronics and safety equipment. Priced at $11,500.00 for forum members.
Hey captain it is a good solid boat. Not really sure how many hours are on the motor but I do know for the past couple of years that the motor hasn't missed a beat. It comes with five or six life jackets, 250 to 300 feet of good rope and an aluminum anchor and about 15' of chain. It has a coast guard kit with flares. The GPS is a Furuno DGPS GS-37 and the fishfinder is a Raymarine DX500X (color). It has two batters that were put to the test last night. I had the courtesy lights, the anchor light, the gps, and the fishfinder on for a couple of hours sitting in the pass waiting for a big red to swim by. The volt meter on the gps stayed around 11.2, when running it is around 12.8. The cabin has a porta potty two courtesy lights three storage bins with two additional storage on either side of the door. Nice coushions but they not the best patterns. I have been using it quite a bit because the bite has been on and this is my favorite time of the year to fish. Give me a call if I can tell you anything else.