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Restored 13' Boston Whaler - $9,500 (Long Beach CA)

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propulsion type: power
condition: excellent
length overall (LOA): 13
make / manufacturer: Boston Whaler
Located in Long Beach, can deliver

1998 Boston Whaler '13 w/ trailer
I have clean titles in my name for both
Current registration last month
Working bilge pump with switch
Early 2000's Honda 35hp 4 Stroke motor
This motor runs great and starts right up, super quiet
Steering tube cleaned and lubed 4/24, steering like butter
Fresh oil and filter change 4/24
Fresh water pump and lower unit oil change 4/24
New cover paint and decals 4/24 (old cover was sunbaked)
New Interstate Marine battery and switch 3/24
New trailer tires and wheels + spare 12/23
New bearing and buddies 12/23
New LED trailer lights

Email me your phone # if you are interested and I will call you back

IGONRE

In 1958, boats made by the Fisher-Pierce manufacturing company were first marketed and sold under the brand name Boston Whaler. The boat was very stable and had great carrying capacity. These two features, along with great performance and rough weather handling made it very desirable. Also since the Whaler was so light in weight compared to the other boats at the time, it could be propelled by lower horsepower engines.[2] Thru the late 1980s, the classic 13 ft 4 in (4.06 m) Whaler, and the 16 ft 7 in (5.05 m) Montauk were the most popular models in terms of sales. Gradually though the company moved away from these designs to a more conventional deep-vee hull, and after 1996 no more of the classic tri-hull boats were manufactured.

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