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(no brokers please)
For sale is a 27' 2004 World Cat 270EC with twin Honda 225 outboards. This boat is loaded and has lots of upgrades. Low hours - only 475 hours total, 200 of which have been put on in the last year. Also includes a Magic Tilt trailer.
Location: Isamorada, FL 33036 - Located at MM85 in Anglers Reef Marina
The boat cost ~$170,000 new when purchased in 2005. It's LOADED.
I am selling is because I'm moving inland due to work. There's no way I'd sell the boat otherwise; it's a great boat that we use constantly. It's perfect for offshore fishing and diving, and you can feel confident in the bay as well due to the shallow draft.
If you're new to cat boats, they are known for their incredibly smooth ride and shallow draft. I've had it to the humps in 10' seas, and anything under a 2.5' chop, it's a smooth ride. I would have full confidence taking it to the Bahamas or Dry Tortugas. In the bay, I've had it in water as shallow as 2.5' deep. As long as you're careful, you can go just about anywhere; the draft is only 12" excluding the engines.
Features / packages:
Hard top package - includes stainless rocket launchers
"Weekender" package - includes A/C, fridge, microwave, and power outlets
6CD Clarion disc changer + radio
full head (toilet) + grinder / tank - ~6.5' clearance
Freshwater rinse sink
Freshwater + raw water wash-downs
large 35 gal live well
large 6.5' fish box
breakaway ladder - perfect for diving
Two 100 gallon fuel tanks
Four bilge pumps - two forward, two aft
Four batteries total - 2 house & 1 for each engine
Magic Tilt Trailer
New & Upgrades in the last year:
New Lewmar Profish 100% stainless steel windlass
New two Optima blue top batteries
New remote control spotlight
New Lowrance HDS 10 Gen 2 fishfinder / navigation
New wiper motor
New livewell pump
New Pettit Vivid White bottom paint
New LED Spreader lights
New carbon fiber instrument panel
Compounded / waxed January 2014
New Rockford Fosgate speakers
The boat has received $10k in upgrades in the last year. Anything that wasn't in perfect operation was repaired / replaced.
If you're not familiar with Pettit Vivid bottom pant, it's pretty great stuff. It's white so you can't see it on the boat, and it's semi-ablative, so even if you plan on trailering the boat, it won't lose its effectiveness. The paint can be polished to a racing finish if you're concerned about any drag (I haven't seen a noticeable drop, however).