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Old 28 July 2018, 14:16   #1
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2000 Zodiac Hurricane H630 in Excellent Shape

year manufactured: 2000
22 feet 2000 Zodiac Hurricane H630
2004 tubes in good condition hold air. Rub rail in excellent shape, tubes have regular patches consistent with age but they are professionally done. Hypalon coating is still intact.
2006 150 HP Honda 4 stroke, approx 800 hours in excellent condition
Kicker motor in pics above is NO LONGER AVAILABLE. Everything else is the same. Bracket/support (custom welded aluminum, paid $700 for it), fuel line for it will remain with the boat.
2017 Garmin with downscan transducer
About one year old fuel lines, electrical wiring
48 gallon under deck gas tank
Rod holders
Downrigger wiring
Under deck storage
2" aluminum tower, through bolted, installed last year. Solid as a rock.
Dual battery setup with Perko switch
Cell phone chargers, USB and cig lighter
LED front and deck lighting
Front tow post and front storage box
Bow skirt
Standard Horizon VHF radio with 8' antenna on top of tower and large screen with GPS

Boat has been stored indoors away from the sun
Comes with 24 foot aluminum tandem axle trailer

Very useful windshield installed, can be removed in minutes and extremely helpful at high speeds and protecting against spray.

The motor was completely overhauled about a year ago, I spent about $3,000, I have detailed receipts showing that. Runs like new and is incredibly gas efficient.

Boat handles rough waters beautifully. Stored in the Sacramento area, used mostly for fishing the lakes and San Francisco bay and ocean area.

$32,000

I will entertain all REASONABLE offers. I have over $33,000 invested in this boat so far.
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Old 28 July 2018, 14:20   #2
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Old 31 July 2018, 16:09   #3
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What do you call those plates which aren't active trim tabs but sort of extending the waterline... just there for lift? Do you see much benefit? Very nice clean boat.
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Old 31 July 2018, 23:16   #4
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I think the proper name for them is "fixed trim tabs" or "stationary trim tabs". They were factory installed on this boat. I do know that their angle has to be spot on, otherwise you either get too much lift or you get nothing at all...I had them on my previous rib (SRMN 650). I can't speak of the benefit because I've always had them, but I can say that this is one of the best handling boats I've owned or driven.
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Old 10 November 2018, 03:00   #5
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Is this RIB still available?
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Old 10 November 2018, 07:01   #6
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Yes it is.
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