I'm selling my 1970 24' Skipjack Flybridge. Anyone who's ridden in one of these knows it's the perfect trailerable boat for socal waters. This particular model has a shallow V hull that planes easily and gets great mileage. It's easy to spot paddies from the flybridge and there's plenty of deck space for fishing as well as plenty of cabin space for naps on long offshore trips. The retractable top is nice because you can throw jigs from the bridge while coming up on fish. I had this posted a few months ago, but loaned it to a friend for a few months so he could see if he really enjoyed private boating. The boat ran great and was just at Catalina two weeks ago. You can buy this boat today and be chasing bluefin below the coronados tomorrow. Some notable specs: New engine in 2008, new starter, alternator, intake manifold, throttle cable, raw water pump, carburetor, distributor, distributor wires, spark plugs, exhaust manifolds, exhaust risers, and exhaust hoses in 2016 (~2.5 mpg in calm waters with the boat fully loaded) Lowrance HDS 8 sonar/chartplotter and Furuno radar Two 36 watt LED spreader lights and Scotty 2500 line puller for deep-water lobster hooping New VHF radio and antenna in 2016 A boat is only good if you can get it in the water, so I fixed up the trailer in February, adding vented disk brakes, new brake lines and a new brake actuator, a new jack, bearing buddies and a spare tire. Asking $7,000. Interested in trades for a minivan, saltwater fishing gear, or landscaping work.