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jnova1111

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Posted - Feb 13 2019 :  13:18:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I know there is a classified section but I thought I would give LICC first shot. I have a hydrohoist (4 thanks) for sale which lifted my 15,000 vessel without difficulty. Asking $9500. It has the rear mechanic platform. Since I sold my boat I no longer need it but it was a great investment. Leave a message here about how you want to be contacted. It's located Eastern Nassau South Shore. If I am out of line with the post here let me know and I move it to classifieds.

Edited by - jnova1111 on Feb 13 2019 13:21:17

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CurrentSea

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Posted - Feb 13 2019 :  20:29:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
How would you move that? Can it be towed in the water?


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jnova1111

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Posted - Feb 14 2019 :  10:25:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes, it can be towed and that is how it was delivered to me. The individual who towed it to me was an elderly navy sailor whose vessel was a 24 ft boat that was far from seaworthy. I personally would not have set foot on it. The amazing point of all this was that he had a big hole in his lower neck (tracheostomy) which he covered with a red bandanna. People with a tracheostomy should not be in water past their ankles much less on a boat but it appeared he didn't really care.



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kwmeyer13

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Posted - Apr 02 2019 :  18:05:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Can you give the approximate dimensions of it? Do you think it could lift a 34 Mainship that weighs about 22000 pounds?


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nohst

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Posted - Apr 10 2019 :  23:30:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Interested! Please call or text detailed info to 6319435155

Thank you!



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jnova1111

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Posted - May 01 2019 :  15:57:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Kwmeyer13 - sorry its taken so long to reply. I haven't been on the site for a few months. The max weight is 15,000 lbs so your vessel exceeds the max.


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jnova1111

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Posted - May 01 2019 :  16:00:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by nohst

Interested! Please call or text detailed info to 6319435155

Thank you!



Today is 5/1. I'll call you tonight or tomorrow at the latest. Sorry it has taken so long to respond.



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