For Sale 2007 Sea Fox 256 Team Edition CC

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  1. Tree Doc

    Tree Doc Pain in the Ass

    Location:
    Port San Luis / Morro Bay, CA
    Name:
    Tim
    Boat:
    24' Boston Whaler Conquest & 26' SeaFox CC
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    2007 Sea Fox 256 Team Edition CC

    2007 Suzuki DF250 Four Stroke

    2007 Pacific 28’ Dual Axle Galvanized Trailer

    327.4 hours Total Time

    Located in Arroyo Grande, CA near Port San Luis and Morro Bay Harbor


    This boat is turn-key and ready to go. In immaculate condition with no expenses spared or maintenance withheld. Original owner, bought brand new at A/A Marine, San Diego, CA. I have been managing this boat for the owner and running it for the last nearly 10 years. It fishes incredibly well. It's just not getting the use it deserves so the owner wants to sell.



    BOAT:

    Pacific Yacht Towers Custom T-top tower w/6 rocket launchers.
    LED Spreader lights on T-top.
    Taco LED red/white light bar over cockpit.
    Rocket launcher (5) rack on transom splash-well bulkhead.
    T-top cover in great condition
    Lenco Recessed Trim Tabs
    150 gallon fuel tank
    40 gallon built in aerated and lighted live-well
    2 Insulated large fish boxes in deck with macerators, 1 smaller in fore deck.
    Fresh Water System w/12 gallon tank.
    Fresh water sink
    Raw water wash-down system.
    Flush toilet with 26 gallon holding tank
    Seastar hydraulic steering. Brand new steering cylinder just installed.
    Anchor and line
    Leaning post w/backrest and internal storage with 72 qt cooler
    Brand new, unused, 2 person carry hypalon custom kill bag fits on rear rocket launchers.

    ELECTRONICS:

    Recent Lowrance Gen 3 HDS 9 w/Structure Scan transducer and Lowrance NAC-1 AutoPilot.
    Raymarine C70 Radar/Chartplotter w/2kw dome.
    ICOM VHF DSC Radio
    2 new 12v Batteries
    AM/FM/CD Stereo w/2 speakers.
    Scotty Model 1116 electric downriggers, like brand new with 200# braid.

    POWER:

    Total Time: 327.4 hours
    Just serviced 4/2019 and no time logged since. Oil, filter, and lower unit were changed. Used motor oil analysis was performed and printed results included.
    All required maintenance intervals/services have been performed since new.
    New fuel water separator filter just installed.

    TRAILER:

    Recent upgrade to UFP DB35 Disc brakes and rotors along with Titan Model 10 surge brake system. They haven’t seen a launch ramp or been submerged since new. Boat has been hoist launched.

    Sling slot brackets on bunks for crane/hoist launching.

    4 new radial tires. 2 good spares on trailer brackets.

    Pacific Trailer Heavy duty guide rails with boarding ladder.

    Contact Tim via text or call at 805.801.6700
    or
    Norm via call at 805.459.4957

    If you have questions regarding maintenance, equipment or related check with me, Tim. I'm the one that's done pretty much all of it and ran the boat at sea.

    More photos can be available if you have specific things you need more detail on.


    $42,500.00

     
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2019
  2. Tree Doc

    Tree Doc Pain in the Ass

    Location:
    Port San Luis / Morro Bay, CA
    Name:
    Tim
    Boat:
    24' Boston Whaler Conquest & 26' SeaFox CC
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  3. Tree Doc

    Tree Doc Pain in the Ass

    Location:
    Port San Luis / Morro Bay, CA
    Name:
    Tim
    Boat:
    24' Boston Whaler Conquest & 26' SeaFox CC
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  4. Calvin Cobb

    Calvin Cobb Newbie

    Location:
    Pismo beach
    Name:
    Calvin Cobb
    Boat:
    Tree fish
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    Hot fishing boat .how fast is it ?
     
  5. Tree Doc

    Tree Doc Pain in the Ass

    Location:
    Port San Luis / Morro Bay, CA
    Name:
    Tim
    Boat:
    24' Boston Whaler Conquest & 26' SeaFox CC
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    Ha! Hey Calvin!

    Yeah...she's plenty fast. Early on when I first came onboard, she was running well over 40 mph in slick water but I immediately re-propped her. She was swinging WAY too much prop from the dealer and wasn't making optimum rpm. Now she's propped correctly for optimum and our conditions here and still runs well into the mid maybe high thirty's, IIRC. I never really looked too much at top end speed after the switch as much as I was chasing optimum rpm range. Put it this way....she goes way faster than our usual sea condition up here on the Cen Coast will allow us to run!

    Hey, congrats on that tOOna, mang! I saw the pic!
     

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