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Dale Niemann

B&B Yacht Design - MARISSA ‘SALTY’ FOR SALE

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I have decided to sell my 'Salty'.  At this price she is a very good buy for someone that will take good care of her. Here are the details. Send me a personal message, or email or call. She is located in Palm Harbor, FL USA

dale

 

2013 18’ B & B Designed Marissa Center Console Motorboat,

2013 Yamaha F60, 60 HP Engine

2012 Continental Galvanized Trailer

ONLY 84 hours on the engine.  Serviced regularly

She has been used very little and is in excellent condition

Professionally painted with AwlGrip

Constructed from a B & B Yacht Design Kit

Construction: Composite - Okume plywood with fiberglass on both sides

Hydraulic steering with Stainless wheel with knob

Custom professionally made Sunbrella bimini

Professionally made Custom Sunbrella cover

Winner of the Wooden Boat Eco boat design contest

$18,900

dalesails@gmail.com

727-492-0436

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'Salty' on Three Rooker Bar.JPG

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