I had an old Wellcraft Airslot years ago - loved it..........I have never owned another Wellcraft but have fished on several - MikeyLikesIt has 1 - I fished on it last year, very nice boat - never heard anything but good reports about Wellcraft boats.....
I had a 1999 Wellcraft 230 fisherman. I used it as a charter boat and the only reason I don't own it now is because I sold the company. It was a fantastic boat and I never had an issue with it in the 4k hours I put on it in 3 years.
I rigged boats for dana landing in the 70-80's. we sold wellcrafts, and I always thought they were well thought out, and well made production boats. we setup the owner of aros trailers 28' coastal "trailerable". it was on a trailer , thus the name. something to look for is dry rotted stringers, also termites. inspect the transom thoroughly.
I had a 2800 Coastal, with twin inboards -- carburated 350 SBC, borg warner transmissions.
Very reliable boat. Handled seas very well for its size. Very fishable. Often took it (from San Diego) to the mushroom, butterfly, etc. I upgraded to it from my skipjack because my wife wanted a real flushing head. After that she decided she needed a real galley, so I ultimately went to the floating condo I have now.
First boat I ever owned was a Wellcraft 20ft center console. Great boat caught all kinds of fish on it. Traded it to the owner of a condo that I bought down in Cabo back in the early 80's. Unfortunately they couldn't get it out of the water in time when a hurricane came in and it holds the distinction of being one of the first boats that blew up on the beach in front of the Hacienda. Pretty much totaled it.