11 ft Boston Whaler Tender - $3,000 (Daytona Beach)

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propulsion type: human
condition: excellent
engine hours (total):
length overall (LOA): 11
make / manufacturer: Boston Whaler
year manufactured: 1976
11 ft Boston Whaler for sale $3000

The 11ft Whaler is lighter (225 lbs.) than a 13ft It has 2 pairs of oar locks and is easy to row. It was intended to be a yacht tender...

I am 2nd owner of this boat. The original owner of this boat died in 1998. It was stored in a garage until I bought it 2 years ago from his son. I used it for 6 months then stored it upside down under a tarp for the last year and a half. Before I started to repair it.. It’s a solid dry hull. The interior gelcoat had crazing in spots from being stored in the hot garage. I sanded out the old gelcoat in the areas that were crazed down to bare glass and re-glassed the front and back deck areas for added strength before spraying new gelcoat. (no Paint) Those deck areas are stronger than new. I left the the non slip floor areas intact as they were ok. They got a couple of coats of gelcoat after a light sanding..

The original rubrail on these boats was crap. They were three pieces one that covered the top edge, a white vinyl main part with a plastic insert. I replaced the rub rail with new a rubber rail I bought from a guy that built high end custom flats boats. It’s got nice new 5/8 twist rope inserted in it. A hell of a lot better than that plastic insert.

This boat is intended for to be a tender. It’s has black ablative bottom paint on it so you can leave it in the water. The original outside gelcoat was compounded and polished. There were no holes in it but some surface nicks and chips were repaired. Some people will paint these boats with Allgrip or Alexseal and they look great for a few years. If the hull is painted below the water line, it will blister and peal off if it lives in the water. It’s a lot more work, but sanding down to bare glass and re-gelcoating where there is crazing is the only way it’s going to last. I prefer phone calls or text me and I will call you.. Only serious CASH buyers please. The 11ft Whaler is rarer than hens teeth, and yes, of coarse I have the Boston Whaler title issued to this boat.. Three 8 Six 331-4322

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