Please call - Click here to reveal phone number - with any questions...1993 Bayliner Trophy Ocean fishing boat 27 ft. 7 in. 2 Yamaha 250 hp salt water series engines.
I bought the boat in 2006. At 80 and now living 4 hours from the ocean it is time to let go of it. Getting old is a bitch. We have had a lot of fun on it. $24,000.
It started out as a 6-pack commercial fishing boat out of Monterey. No damage history I am aware of. The motors are 2 stroke and the oil for the automatic mixture is under the captain’s seat. That is also where the battery for the Ray Marine E80 chart plotter is. I had that system installed shortly after I bought it. The JRC 1500 Radar, GPS MAP 215 and 2 marine radios were on it when I bought it. The gas tank is under the rear deck and holds about 160 gallons. Top speed on a calm day is 48 mph. It burns about 1.3 gallons per mile. Cruse at 18 gallons per hour. Fast at 25 gph. The 2 motors ae 250 hp Yamaha 1991. I do not know their hours. The Hobs meters read 956 & 573. They specifications call for 2 250 hp. It can troll down to 2 mph. I often troll on just one motor. I had a 10 HP kicker but took it off as it was not worth the trouble. The mount is still there and I have the linkage to hook one back up. There are tilt and trim systems. The choke is automatically activated when you turn on the key. The deck is self-bailing. There is a pump to empty the 2 holds in the deck for holding fish. They can be used as coolers. I put a masticating pump on them which is plumbed with a valve so it can also act as a bilge pump. Recently I put duct tape on them. They collected water and are a pain to keep clean. There is a wash hose for cleaning up. There are separate battery switches on the little doors that give access to the inside of the back of the boat. The 2 batteries were originally mounted in the very bottom of the rear of the boat and you had to lay flat on the deck on your stomach to just reach them. I moved them out to the deck railing above the motors. Ugly but easily accessible and very helpful if there is a problem. All 3 batteries have trickle chargers when hooked up to shore power. There are 2 Cannon down riggers. I store the weights for them under the v under the bed. There is a walk around railing to the front where there is anchor storage and a seat. There are several rod holders on the railing. It has 2 outriggers. It includes 2 extra props. The cuddy cabin has clear plastic all the way around it. There is a small sink and a live fish well. There is a single wiper for the windshield. Rod holders are on the upper cab. The interior has a v shaped bed which might sleep 2. There is a 12-volt refrigerator and a microwave with an inverter. There are storage areas under the bed and along its edge. The head has the normal functions. There is a bed area under the rear deck that you can crawl into. It has a mattress but I removed it and use it for storage. THE 2 AXEL TRAILER (1HB6797) is galvanized and has bearing buddies. I set it up for load levelers and then realized they stopped the trailer surge brakes from working. I did not cut them off as they gave me more to stand on when taking it out of the water. The boat and trailer are currently licensed and the boat is registered with the coast guard.
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IMO # USDA26FHL293 7 GRT NET 5 NRI 2 250 hp Yamaha ENG. SER. - Click here to reveal phone number -
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TXRP Both 91 I think.The boat is rated up to 350 hp....Read full description