This boat is ready to go! I've found my next boat.
Look on YachtWorld and you'll see others that are listed over $30,000. I'm looking to let this one go for $21,500 so that I don't miss out on my next boat. She offers a lot more than the comparable listings.
This 1991 Wellcraft Scarab Sport Center Console has 1993 200hp Mariner outboards that were rebuilt in 2004. She's sitting on a Load Master Aluminum triaxle trailer with 6 new tires and a new Fulton F2 HD winch.
The Wellcraft 30 Scarab Sport was a popular boat for many years and one of the earlier high-performance center console designs. She combines the speed and rough water handling characteristics of her original race-boat hull with the working platform of a center console fisherman in what is a very exciting package. Built on a solid fiberglass hull, she has under-gunnel rod racks, dry storage in-deck fish box, livewell and rod holders. A brand new, never used porta-potti is located in the cuddy cabin under the v-berth. A great platform in a chop with a notably dry and comfortable ride, the 1993 twin 200hp Mariner outboards (rebuilt in 2004) deliver a top speed of around 50 mph and an economical cruising speed of around 35 mph. This boat has a custom fiberglass hardtop with seven rod holders and an electronics box on the aluminum frame. This hardtop used to have a marlin tower and is not a skin top, but a structural fiberglass top. I also has a Raytheon radar and Hummingbird fishfinder. There are also a Garmin GPS color chartplotter, Kenwood AM/FM/CD radio with detachable face and remote control and an ICOM M59 VHF in the overhead electronics box. Seating consists of (from the bow) 2 jumpseats with self draining storage at each front corner of the cockpit, a double seat in front of the center console with livewell below, double seat/leaning post at the helm with built in tackle center and bait prep area, and a removable rear bench seat that would seat 4 for a total of 10 seats. Vinyl is all in excellent condition with the exception of one small cut (approximately 1") in the forward starboard jumpseat. Two new battery chargers were installed 5/2013. Two new Group 24 batteries installed on 5/7/2014. Stainless steel 3-bladed props. The windlass has a combination of approximately 200 feet of chain and line and is powered by its own dedicated battery. In addition, there is a brand new 3 sided enclosure that has never been on the boat. Also assorted various spare parts including spare lower unit for outboard, 2 starters, etc.
Length - 29'9"
Beam - 8'
Draft - 2'0" up
Draft - 3'0" down
Fuel - 150 gallons
Hull weight - 4,000 pounds
Hull type/deadrise - Deep V/24 degrees
Maximum Horsepower - 500
Boat is in very good condition. We've enjoyed this boat, but my family's needs have changed. We've found our next boat, so this one has to go quickly.
BoatguyNJ at Outlook.com