You may ask, "Why are you selling such a nice boat"? The time has come to send my kids to college. Selling this boat will not pay for even one child?! Another reason is that since Katrina, I haven't had much time or money to justify keeping it! I am the original owner for eleven years. It was kept under a boat shed for 10 of those years. I took very good care of the boat and engines. The engine covers have some signs of wear, scratches and fading, however under the covers, the motors are pristine! The Garmin electronics are like new. The VHF is still in the box. The batteries are less than a year old. The trailer was refurbished in 2005 just prior to Katrina including #3750 torsion axles (Most original trailers come with undersized 1750# axles), new tires including a spare and new boards and brakes. Feel free to ask questions via e-mail at StolenFromDauzat@cox.net. There are also many other pictures that can be accessed by clicking on the dive flag. Boat has been at a broker. Bringing home to perform a little TLC.
$27,500 (Offers Considered)
Bought new in March 1996
SeaCat SL5 - 25'6"
Twin Suzuki 150 HP 2 stroke fuel injected motors
750 easy hours (boat always ran 3800 to 4200 rpm max)
Tacometers are 2 years old.
Electronics are new to new condition.
Garmin color GPS map - Model 182C
Garmin color depth finder - Model 320C
ICOM VHF - new in box with remote
Standard CD player
14 Roll Control scuba tank brakets (removable)
90 quart Igloo ice chesk
Dual batteries - less than one year
Dual battery charger
Dual on/off switches
Dual fuel filters
130+ fuel capacity
12 gallons per hour - fishing (total both motors)
15 gallons per hour - diving with tanks (total both motors)
Install new aluminum tanks in 2004 (1/4" thick with baffles versus stock 1/8" with not baffles)
Fresh 1250 gpm automatic bilge pumps (one each pontoon)
Rear Spreader lights
Electronic box light
Spare Stainless Steel prop
Raw water wash down.