22' Whaler Guardian with Yamaha F225 and galvanized trailer

Discussion in 'Members Boats For Sale' started by ShadBurke, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. ShadBurke
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    Moving on to the next project, so the Whaler is up for sale

    Some details of the boat and rebuild which took place from June 2011 to September 2011:

    1990 Boston Whaler Guardian Divemaster. Aluminum console, leaning post, dive door, and gunnels.
    Originally a freshwater boat. No bottom paint.
    2003 Yamaha F225 with approx 1,000 hours. Timing belt done at 800 hours.
    New Yamaha harnesses, guages, key swith, binnacle, fuel management. New 14.250" X 17" Pitch stainless prop
    Hydraulic steering.
    129 gallon original fuel tank. Inspected and pressure tested. All new fill, vent and line hoses.
    48 gallon Bluewater bait tank with LED light
    Rule 500 gallon front bilge pump with auto float
    Rule 800 gallon rear bilge pump
    Jabsco Cyclone bait pump with thru hull pickup
    New stainless drains
    New brass drain collars pressed with o-rings.
    T-top tubing blasted and powercoated light grey (factory)
    T-top fiberglass top new grey LP paint (factory)
    Aluminum console and aluminum leaning post grey 1003 awlgrip paint (factory)
    New upholstery
    Blasted and powercoated black aluminum hatch with new gasket (factory)
    Underwater Lights USA SV-19 HID lights (4) with blue lenses.
    Hella blue LED cockpit lights (11)
    Storage Lockers in Leaning Post
    Stainless keel guard (factory)
    Aluminum gunnels (factory)
    Aluminum dive door with new gasket (factory).
    Docking lights (factory)
    Furuno 4kw radar dome on pedestal with LED navigation/anchor light.
    Tow bar and line spool with stinger and transom mounting points (factory)
    Furuno NavNet VX-2 10.4" Unit (Color 48 nm Radar and chartplotter accepts C-MAP card)
    Furuno 585 Color Fishfinder with 1kw transom mount transducer
    Simrad AP-24 autopilot linked to Furuno Navnet for click and go navigation
    ICOM 504 25W Marine radio with remote mic
    NewTrojan starting battery and huge house battery bank. (motor charges both banks when running)
    Newmar 25amp 3 bank charging system
    Shore power input with 25ft 35amp cord
    Boat completely rewired (except for docking light wiring that runs thru foam to front of boat and red/green navigation lights that wire runs thru foam which are original and work perfect)

    1989 Trailrite tandem axle galvanized trailer. 2" ball mount with functioning drum surge brakes on front axle. 6,000 lb capacity. 4 Galvanized rims and steel spare tire all road worthy.

    Boat burns 2.0-2.2 mpg between 21-27 mph with current prop. Top speed is 36.7 mph.

    I have over $70,000 into this 22' Guardian but time to move on to the next project.

    Currently asking $49,900 obo with trailer. Reasonable offers and trades considered +/- cash. Sorry no motorhomes, 5th wheeels, travel trailer, tent trailers, stabbin cabins, classic cars or motorcycles.

    Shad Burke
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  2. Captain Morgan
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    That's a sweet Whaler, nice job with the rebuild. Good luck with the sale. What's the next project?
  3. hotrail20
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    Thats a Bad Ass Whaler you dont see to many Guardians in that Condition Ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. ShadBurke
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    Next project will be similar to the one before this Whaler: A boat for Lake Mead/Havasu. Probably a modified tunnel hull design with big power, leaning towards Ilmor V-10 power. But the right project for the right $$, who knows.....
  5. Captain Morgan
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    Nice, sounds like fun. Should be a good time to find something like that. I wish I knew enough to approach a project like you have taken on.
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  7. Sewer
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    nice ride
  8. ShadBurke
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    Still available.............unlike the Tuna Jihad...... FINALLY
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  12. streamlinefab
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    very nice Whaler! good luck with the sale
  13. ShadBurke
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    crickets.......
  14. ShadBurke
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    all I hear are crickets....
  15. sandy point
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    That is a great looking boat- very clean.
  16. highplanesdrifter
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    REALLY nice sled. If I were in the market ......
  17. c-level
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    Bump. Shad that's one badass whaler, it makes mine look like a rusty old bucket.
  18. HBfisherman
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    That's a nice boat!

    Great job on the killer wiring job!
  19. ShadBurke
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    Making squid is not an issue with this boat and u/w light set up
  20. noanoa
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    sweet Guardian. who did your electrical? you? its a thing of beauty. check my Justice i'm building. i need to do the full electrical. wish i knew how. any advice? i actually spoke to you on the phone a few mo back.
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