2012 Mako 17CC

Location: Johnson City, Tennessee, United States
Price: US $13,900.00
2012 Mako Skiff Pro 17 CC Mercury 60HP ELPT FourStroke
very small scuff on back port bumper - not on the paint This is Used boat
Year 2012
Trailer Included
Make Mako
Engine Type Single Outboard
Model 17CC
Engine Make Mercury Engine
Type Center Console
Engine Model 60HP
Length (feet) 17.3
Primary Fuel Type Gas
Beam (feet) 6.8
Fuel Capacity 11 - 20 Gallons
Hull Material Fiberglass
For Sale By Private Seller

2012 Make 17 foot Pro Skiff 60 HP Mercury EFI 4-Stroke  Mako Trailer with vortex hubs and spare tire  MinnKota Power Drive V2 55 lbs thrust with iPilot Two (2) dedicated Interstate SRM-27 750MCA deep cycle batteries for trolling motor  Lowrance Elite 7 HDI GPS/Fish Finder Boss Stereo with USB, Bluetooth, Remote and 2 speakers Cooler  Two (2) 6.6 gallon gas tanks One (1) dedicated Interstate battery for engine, stereo & sonar Bass Pro XPS on-board charger dedicated for charging the trolling batteries Atwood on-board charger dedicated for charging the cranking battery Four (4) Scotty rod holders with adjustable/ removable heads Two (2) Off Shore planer boards Compact Hose with Nozzle Engine irrigation attachment Bass Pro Storage Bag  Fire extinguisher  Bimini top Cover Sand anchor + rope Dock lines 4 life vests About this boat: I am the original owner of the boat, it was purchased from Bass Pro in Denver Colorado in August of 2013.  I used the boat for 2 years to fish for trout, bass and pike in the mountains of Southwest Colorado.  The boat has been stored indoors and meticulously cared for the entire time.  As a life long fisherman and boat owner, I chose this boat for several reasons, and you should too.. 1)  It’s very easy to clean and care for – no carpet means it’s easy to wash and keep looking new 2)  Center console skiffs are easy to walk around in and have no “snag” points to catch your line (fly fishermen will appreciate this) or stub your toe. 3)  The boat is incredibly stable – Mako won an award for this…and I whole heartedly agree 4)  It runs at 34 MPH.  I personally do not care to go any faster on the water 5)  It can hold up to 6 people with plenty of room for gear (I have done several overnight camping trips in it) 6)  It drafts 6” of water so you can get to those skinny places The engine was maintained annually and runs excellent.  the prop is like new, no dings.  It has about 50 engine hours.  I am not certain on this number, but last time it was serviced it had about 30 hours on it. The  trailer is in excellent condition as well, with brand new tires put on it this fall.  This is the easiest trailer I have ever loaded in my life.  It is almost “self-guiding” —even my wife could do it…..I’m certain you will agree The trolling motor is a Minnkota power drive V2 with iPilot.  If you have never used the iPilot before, get ready to be amazed.  It is incredibly easy to maneuver the boat and even has speed control on it for trolling.   I purchased a brand new cover in September of 2015.  The cover has a 5 year warranty with it.  I have always kept the boat stored indoors, however I like the cover for trailering and overnight at fishing locations.    The batteries  have been maintained throughout the year, indoors and on a trickle charger.  This is incredibly important for maintaining the life of your batteries!  I intentionally use dual batteries to allow the trolling motor to run over 20+ hours without a charge.  I often fished overnight in remote locations and needed trolling batteries for 3+ days.   I am including everything you need with this boat.  The stereo sounds great and connects your phone, the HD sonar offers an incredible view of underwater structure and the two gas tanks will get you as far out as you want to go and back.  I like to troll at times for stripper and trout – so I specifically mounted Scotty rod holders on the boat and I am including 4 of them with 2 off-shore planer boards.   If you were to buy this boat new…. Boat + Motor + Trailer = $16,000 Trolling Motor = $990 Interstate Batteries (3) = $340 Lowrance = $700 Stereo & Speakers = $300 Gas tanks (2)  = $150 On board Chargers (2) = $180 Scotty Rod Holders & Mounts = $100 Planer Boards = $100 Bimini = $300 Cover = $400 Sub Total = $19,560  Taxes = $1,369  Total = $20,929  This boat — $13,900

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