1999 Custom Glen L Console Skiff
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1999 Custom Glen L console Skiff
Now taking applications to be the second owner of “Ripple”.
Custom built 16.5 Glen L designed Console Skiff with raised bulwarks option featured in Wooden Boat Magazine.
Project started in 1996 and was completed around 98 or 1999. Both motors are newer.
Stored in a heated garage and maintained as needed. Varnish and entire interior was completely redone last winter.
No expense spared in construction with Kevlar taped seems and marine plywood encapsulated in West systems epoxy.
The exterior of the hull is covered with biaxial fiberglass cloth and sprayed with two-part epoxy paint that has worn extremely well.
The hull is similar to that of a 16 C-Dory.
40 horse power Honda 4-stk. motor.
Solid runner without a scratch.
Not super fast but incredibly fuel efficient. (I have made the 100 mile run from Portland to Astoria on 12 gallons of gas).
4 horse power 4-stk. Merc. Without a scratch / trolls 10 hours on a gallon of gas.
Very low hours.
8 gallon fuel tank that seems to last for about 4-5 springer trips.
Lighted gauges (tach, speedo, hour meter), lghted / gimbaled compass, 12v receptacle, bilge pump,
Hummingbird B&W fish finder & GPS chart plotter,
Apelco VHF, 5 Fish on rod holders.
Great storage in stern seats, bow compartment and custom console.
EZ Loader galvanized trailer with LEDs and bearing buddies.
Light weight and easy to tow with most any vehicle and fits in a standard garage.
Best offers will be considered. $6,200.00, 5032097391 or mshomeport(at)frontier.com
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