$12,000.00 IN UPGRADES DONE JULY 2012 !
PRICE REDUCED TO BE SOMEONES BARGAIN !
PRICE REDUCED AGAIN - OWNERS LOSS YOUR GAIN !
2% BUYERS REBATE ON THIS VESSEL !
YOU NEED TO SEE HER TO APRECIATE HER QUALITY !
THIS IS A ONE IN A MILLION BOAT!
SPECIAL – SPECIAL – SPECIAL SPORTFISHERMAN !
COMPLETELY REBUILT VESSEL !
HULL UP REBUILD WITH OPEN CHECKBOOK !
OVER 40K SPENT IN 2011 - FAMILY CHANGE FORCES SALE !
ALL OFFERS ENCOURAGED!
NOV 2012 UPDATE: The owner wants a smaller Center Console boat. Accepting trades and he is willing to look hard at all offers. The price has again been lowered, and more upgrades have been done.
AUG. 2012 UPDATE: The owner is continuing his open checkbook boat care policy. New Kohler 7.5 EKFD_Low Co output generator with all new hoses, ducts, and wiring. It has a 5 year warranty. He has installed underwater lights, a new Sony sound system, a new swim platform brackets, and new water pumps. While it was out of the water he had the bottom paint freshened up.
Egg Harbor is one of the oldest names in the US boating industry. This 33 is the original design produced by them, and they built them to last forever, Aside from her striking good looks, she is a very fishable boat with a large cockpit and good fore-and-aft sight-lines from the flybridge. She has a blend of traditional styling, comfortable accommodations, and great performance. She has an easy riding modified V hull with moderate beam and rock solid glass construction. She has her main stateroom forward, a separate stall shower, a convertible dinette, and a comfortable salon. The flybridge has seating for 6 so the skipper can have some company while handling the vessel.
This vessel was professionally reconstructed in 1999, and has the appearance of a new vessel. The boat was stripped down to her bare hull removing the bridge and most of the cabin house. Her decks were reconstructed, the cabin house and bridge were reconstructed, her engines were replaced with new Marine Power 502 cu.in EFI, V-8 engine with 420 horsepower that cruises the boat at 26 knots, and pushes her to the far side of 36 knots. Her wiring, both AC and DC, her electrical panels, electronics, plumbing, controls and running gear, were all replaced. Her A/C units were replace