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adamophoto 68104 Thu November 17, 2011
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$9,200.00 Used




Description: $9,200
To see video of the boat in action in September 2011, go to http://www.youtube.com/user/adamophoto
To see X-large photos of the boat, visit: http://www.adamoneill.com/Clients/1989-Ski-Nautique-For-Sale
This boat is in Salt Lake City, UT
1989 Ski Nautique "2001" by Correct Craft
Boat has only 480 hours total with entire engine rebuilt at 316 hrs
Seating for 6
18'7" ft long, 84" beam, 2300 lbs (dry)
Ford 351 PCM V8, rebuilt at 316 hours - 245 hp
New Carpet in September 2011
New JVC stereo Deck with 2 inputs (ipod or whatever) and remote, and all new Kenwood speakers in September 2011

Wakeboard Tower, chrome, 2.5 in. thick, with a wakeboard rack (for 2 wakeboards) and a surf rack. Fully collapsible, sits lower than the windshield. Can be raised and lowered by yourself. (Though admittedly easier with 2 people)

Interior in great condition, with no rips, and only 1 stain on the drivers seat, as seen in the photos. The rest of the interior is a bright white, and all the teak is in great condition.

In September 2011 I left the boat at the local Ski Nautique Dealer and had them look over the whole boat. They replaced a sticky throttle cable, cleaned the carb, replaced the oil filter, fiberglassed a weak spot in the exhaust system, and after a careful look-thru and engine test, the entire boat got the ok. Mechanically, everything runs great, with no known problems.

It has been winterized and sealed for the winter, but everything has been put back together so that you don't need to summerize it. Just drop it in the water next spring and go.

Trailer: Vanson single axle, black
Both tires and the spare are all like-new with very little miles, in great condition.
Chrome Rims
Light rusty pock marks from flying rocks are present throughout the trailer
The Brake actuator does not work, therefore I'm assuming the drum brakes would need some work. As long as I have owned the boat, the brakes and actuator have not worked, nor have I tried to fix it. The boat is only 2300 lbs, so I never felt the need to fix the brakes, as I never needed them.

In the interest of full disclosure, here is all of what's known to me as wrong with the boat:
Stain on drivers seat as shown in photos.
Small repair on right side of exterior fiberglass within the black stripe (the size of the head of a nail)
1 of the 2 mph gauges does not work most of the time. (Though it does sometimes work) I don't know how to fix it, and never got around to paying someone to do it.
The horn stopped working this summer, I'm sure there's something very simple to fix that.

If you do some research on the internet about the "2001" model of the Ski Nautique spanning throughout the 80's, you will learn that this boat puts out the performance of todays boats at a fraction of the cost. The shape of the hull provides for a perfect crossover boat. It has a smooth easy minimal wake for waterskiing, but more importantly, with some weight, this boat produces a strong wake with great transition and great pop for wakeboarding. It also produces a fantastic Surf wake on BOTH sides of the boat, with the longest pocket of surfable wake I've ever witnessed first hand. I've surfed late model Mastercrafts, Centurions, and Malibus, and have not found a longer pocket than our boat.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email.
Tower: 2.5 inch chrome - collabsible
Board Racks: double board rack, single surf rack
Trailer: Vanson single axle
Stereo: new JVC with remote and 2 USB inputs

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