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GRADYWHITE GULFSTREAM 23

1989

NEWSTARTER ON STBD ENGINE

NEW UPHOLSTERED BOLSTERS AND COMPARTMENT LIDS (Pictures not updated)

NEW FUEL FILTERS

NEW LIFTING EYE BRACKET IN BOW

New Helm (Hydraulic Steering)

New saltwater washdown pump

Lots of fishing room
Aluminum tandem axle trailer with new bearings and hubs.

Twin Evinrude 150's w/SS Props
Models E150FPX91F and E150FCXSIF
Manufactured in 07/2000 and 08/2000

Anyone is welcome to check out or have engines checked out by a mechanic.
Hydraulic trim tabs
Approx 500 hours
Fuel Cap. 170 gallons
Hard Top with Heavy Plastic Enclosures
Heavy stainless side mount outrigger holders
VHF Antenna/cable
Porta Potty
Two automatic bilge pumps
Huge fishbox
Bait well
Four Batteries
Anchor
Approx 300 ft anchor line
Anchor ball and ring
Approx 100 gallons fuel on board now.
















Motors run good. The boat is to much for me any more to operate and upkeep. Heart problems have slowed me down considerably. I plan on buying a Bay Boat to use.

Can be seen at Emerald Coast Marine. See Kenny or details.
 

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Nice boat.I have a 06 Gulfstream . I fished off the same model boat in 8 ft seas off the Maryland coast out of Ocean city for Tuna and many Shark tournaments.Thats why I bought mine.The boat fishes like a 28, wide,heavy. Good luck, someone will get a fine boat. A little teak oil, a new classic Grady White pin stripe and someones ready for the Elbow at a great price.
 

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Thanks for the input. It does handle the rough stuff pretty well because of the wide beam. Great all around fishing boat. I never hesitate running out 30-40 miles unless it is really rough.
 

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Rusty,

Don't know if you've listed anywhere else, but we sold a '91 model Gulfstream a couple years ago and I had it listed on Boat Trader. Got 3-4 very intested callers from the northwest within a couple of weeks. Vancouver, BC and Seattle area. One guy was a charter captain and planned to fly down, but I already had a binder on the boat by the time he called. Might be worth a shot if things are slow around here. Looks like you're priced right for someone to get a nice boat at a good deal. Good luck with the sale and good luck on your next boat search.
 

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Rusty,

I have seen you around the forum for the last three years and I drive by your boat everytime I am at Sherman Cove....

Folks, this is nice boat. Quality lasts....

Good luck on the sale!

Cheers,

Dylan
 

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He Rusty, Lets beat the rust off that boat soon. Just a short trip to the edge or closer. I can get a crew up from work that will pay for everything. You just supply the transportation. ;)
 

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Sounds good to me Murph. It has to be on a weekend and decent seas. I was planning on going this weekend but don't look like it. I would love to get out there for some Grouper, AJ's and Mingo's.
 

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Damn Brother, I thought you were RETIRED????????????

Weekends will be impossible in the REST. business. :reallycrying

We can talk about a trigger trip though. :angel:angel
 

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A day during the week is possible when the weather settles down. Another year and a half and I will retire for good.
 
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