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for sale C Dory 16 Angler for sale $15,000 OBO

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              This is a great 1985 era C Dory 16 Angler model ready for someone who needs a great fishing and/or family boat. These fabulous boats are built in Seattle, WA to withstand the heavy swells of the Pacific and are right at home in large or small bodies of water. She is a great fishing platform and has helped me to harvest huge numbers of salmonids around the great lakes. She is in Springfield, Illinois, and includes the following features:

1.    Two comfy removable pedestal seats on sturdy mushroom bases.

2.    Baystar hydraulic steering system.

3.    Master battery switch.

4.    Two batteries: one for starting (conventional); one house battery (blue top AGM – 55Ah) for running autopilots, sonar, and other necessary toys. Batteries are linked to a Blue Sea automatic charging relay which charges the battery that needs it the most. 

5.    Two onboard battery chargers.

6.    Motor trim gauge.

7.    Tachometer

8.    FELL electronic remote kill switch that eliminates the use of a physical tether (see photos).

            a. FOB device which can be worn like a wrist watch or hung on a lanyard. 

            b. Device will shut the motor off electronically if you fall overboard; or

            c. Walk away from the boat; and/or

            d.  Locks the boat key out if you walk away to get your tow vehicle. 

            e. Boat can’t be started without the FOB being activated by you.   More information at:  https://buy.fellmarine.com/mob-basepack.html

9.     Uniden ship to shore radio with distress button, and high mounted antennae.

10.    Lowrance Elite-5 sonar unit with CHIRP and benthic (underwater) charts.

11..    LED spot light on bow for night time navigation around ports.

13..    Electric windshield wipers (2).

14.    Master electrical panel at the helm, secondary bus bar panel under motor well (at the stern) for additional toys.

15.    Bilge pump (800 GPH).

16.    Three 12V auxiliary plug connections: 2 at helm and 1 at stern to keep your devices charged. 

17.    Stainless steel steering wheel.

18.    Cockpit curtain (AKA Alaskan Curtain) made of clear heavy-duty marine vinyl and two-sided zippers.  Curtain provides great protection from the elements and rolls up in the center to allow easy access to cockpit. 

19. Water/fuel separator.

20. Six-gallon portable fuel tank (the boat is not rated for built in tanks)

21. Honda BF50; 4 stroke outboard (2008) with 600 hrs.

            a. Quiet and fuel efficient. Average day of trolling for six hours: 4-5 gallons.

            b. Delivers 17 amps/hr of charging to the batteries.

            c. 3 blade 10”X14 pitch prop (extra prop included).

            d. Anodes (2) have been kept clean; no external corrosion.

            e. Hydrofoil.

            f. Meticulously maintained and serviced since owned by me in 2013.

22. Newly painted inside and out with Top Secret Coatings enamel.  This paint has greatly improved both the speed of the boat and increased the fuel savings. This is the paint used by the US Navy on their fleet, and feels like glass, even without waxing. More info at: https://www.topsecretcoatings.com/

23.    Large (16”X16”) storage area in from of first mate’s seat.  Hatch has slots that allow for 5 standard #3700 size lure storage trays.

24.    Sealed flotation compartments: 1 on each side of stern work area provides approximately 8 CF of closed cell foam.

25.    Covered (LED illuminated) storage under stern motor well. Vinyl cover keeps the area tidy.

26.    Large (LED illuminated) storage area under the helm for equipment, and access to boat electrical connections.

27.    Sliding windows on starboard and port.

28.    Pacific Trailer: all steel galvanized with guide-ons, bunkers, and a spare tire with cover.

29.    USCG approved marine fire extinguisher.

30.    Safety checked and passed by USCG Auxiliary (2016).

31.    Both boat and trailer currently titled and licensed in Illinois and taxes paid.

Boat has been garage stored since 2013 when I acquired her.  Motor has been exercised and is not winterized, so a sea trial is possible when you are ready to check her out.

            Price: $15,000  OBO.

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