'94 SeaCat SL1 that has had alot of updates/upgrades over the last few years and is probably one of the nicest SL1's in the country, if not the nicest. The '94 model has the more desirable semi displacement hull with rounded sponsons providing the best ride. The gel coat is about 2 1/2 - 3 years old. No bottom paint, that is grey gel coat. Quality T-tops put a new custom dive platform on it, along with a new T-top and leaning post with back rest and flip up foot rest about 1 1/2 yrs ago. THT member SeaBob relocated the batteries from the rear boxes to the center console, 3 batteries (replaced a few months ago) along with three battery switches and new bilge pumps were installed. Installed new rigging tubes and relocated the rigging to exit higher in the motor wells. Bob went through the wiring and cleaned it all up and replaced what needed to be replaced and ran the wiring for the new Lowrance HDS-10 GPS/chart plotter/bottom finder with Airmar P66 transducer. The old fuel/water separators were replaced with new filters and bases a few months ago. The boat has '05 E-Tec 90's turning PowerTech 4 blade stainless props. Just took it to an authorized Evinrude dealer to get the engines checked out, the fuel sample came back perfect and the compression is an even 130 on all cylinders, they put in new plugs and fuel filters and updated the EMM's with the latest software. The hours are 525 & 512. The transom and decks are solid, has roll control tank racks, a wave gate and Armstrong 4 step flip up ladder. Depending upon wind, current and load, it cruises between 25-28 mph @ 4000 rpms, getting between 2.5-3 mpg. Trailer is in great shape, just put a new jack, safety chains and hitch coupler on it last week and checked all the bearings and they were good to go. $16,000, boat is located in Clearwater, Fl. Will sell without trailer and will change the HDS-10 for an HDS-5 if someone wants to save a few bucks. Cell phone, 561-414-3197, only selling because I moved up to a larger cat and wife says I can't keep both boats.