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booboo

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Posted - Feb 18 2012 :  13:59:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have my freshwater 2 season purchased new in 5/10 Silverton 45c aggressively priced for quick sale. Take a look here. It won't last long at this price! The photos here on yacht world are not brochure photos, everyone of them is a high quality photo of my actual boat. The plasdeck is an amazing synthetic teak deck with unbelievable non slip qualities The boat is loaded with everything you could need from washer dryer, bow thruster, bridge heat and ac, custom tricolor led accent lighting. The boat has only 215 hours on it as it was new in 2010. Boat located in staten island currently. http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listing/boatFullDetails.jsp?boat_id=2401060&ybw=&units=FeetĄcy=USD&access=Public

Edited by - booboo on Feb 18 2012 14:05:19

Homeport: Catskill, NY

TimHenn

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Posted - Feb 19 2012 :  10:06:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Great boat, but, then again I'm bias :)

Curious how the ec2cy enclosure worked around the corners of the bridge? I have strata now which i like except the center panel is ez2cy. When the time to replace comes I think I would consider this upgrade. I love the idea of being able to remove scratches where strata glass does not

Are you selling to get out or upgrading ?

Best of luck with the sale, I agree you are priced aggressively
Tim



Edited by - TimHenn on Feb 19 2012 10:10:25

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