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[FOR SALE] Rebel 440 - 75HP Mariner: Cape Town

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Howsit guys.

Have an option on a new boat so am putting my Rebel on the market:
  • Rebel 440: Centre Console - modified
  • 75HP Mariner turning 21pitch 3 blade stiletto S/S prop complete with SE Sport 300 hydrofoil: Really nice motor, starts easily, goes like shit when asked. Would prefer to keep motor if you want to buy hull+trailer only
  • 6" manual jack plate with transom wedges.
  • Max speed: one person, 74km/h @ 5200RPM
  • Rpm gauge, water pressure gauge
  • 45lb Motorguide Trolling motor, with foot pedal recessed into deck.
  • 2 Deep Cycle Batteries - plenty of life left.
  • Victron BMV shunt and battery monitoring system
  • Completely re-done wiring completely myself with high quality electrical fittings and silicone sheathed, tinned copper cables.
  • Individually fused circuits for bilge pump (complete with automatic float switch), livewell aerator pump, fishfinder, radio/cd/aux audio player, two cigarette sockets for charging phones/gopros etc. one on bow, one in cockpit.
  • Bow mounted trim switch.
  • Carpets replaced around 2 yrs ago, 12mm EVA foam placed under carpet for soft feel.
  • Transom replaced at same time and decks/storage hatches extended
  • Rod box easily fits 8ft rods, currently stores 12 rods with ease.
  • Tackle storage can hold around 20 3700 style plano boxes - it is overkill.
  • Retracting rod strap to hold rods down on deck
  • 2 x 25l fuel tanks.
  • COF and bouyancy in order.
  • Trailer licensed
  • Trailer completely rebuilt and galvanised. LED trailer lights, new rims and tires, bearings replaced around June 2018.
  • Full service done on motor last week, new water pump assembly, new fuel pump diaphragms, carbs serviced and new filters on engine and racor fuel filter water separator, replaced gearbox oil in leg.
  • Lowrance HDS Gen 3 7 inch fishfinder with clanwilliam charts from Fishtec.
There are a lot of accessories fitted to this boat which have cost a lot of money, time and effort on my part, and it is a very well equipped and capable boat. My asking price for the whole lot would probably prevent the sale, so for around R50k, I'll remove the jack plate (R3.8k) although I do have a fixed setback plate to fit instead which would keep the motor set back nicely, fishfinder (wouldn't know what a gen3 is worth now), BMV battery monitor (R2.5k), and SS Prop (R4.9k ish), as these are all things I can use on the next boat. If you only want the hull and trailer, I'll half the asking price to around R25k. Of course if you want the lot, including all the goodies, we can negotiate a price.

Give me a shout if you want to come have a look, or go for a burn - I'm a member at Milnerton aquatic club so you can test no problems. 

Cheers,
John

0614974482

   

   

   

   

   
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(11-27-2018, 08:14 AM)Big John Wrote: Howsit guys.

Have an option on a new boat so am putting my Rebel on the market:
  • Rebel 440: Centre Console - modified
  • 75HP Mariner turning 21pitch 3 blade stiletto S/S prop complete with SE Sport 300 hydrofoil: Really nice motor, starts easily, goes like shit when asked. Would prefer to keep motor if you want to buy hull+trailer only
  • 6" manual jack plate with transom wedges.
  • Max speed: one person, 74km/h @ 5200RPM
  • Rpm gauge, water pressure gauge
  • 45lb Motorguide Trolling motor, with foot pedal recessed into deck.
  • 2 Deep Cycle Batteries - plenty of life left.
  • Victron BMV shunt and battery monitoring system
  • Completely re-done wiring completely myself with high quality electrical fittings and silicone sheathed, tinned copper cables.
  • Individually fused circuits for bilge pump (complete with automatic float switch), livewell aerator pump, fishfinder, radio/cd/aux audio player, two cigarette sockets for charging phones/gopros etc. one on bow, one in cockpit.
  • Bow mounted trim switch.
  • Carpets replaced around 2 yrs ago, 12mm EVA foam placed under carpet for soft feel.
  • Transom replaced at same time and decks/storage hatches extended
  • Rod box easily fits 8ft rods, currently stores 12 rods with ease.
  • Tackle storage can hold around 20 3700 style plano boxes - it is overkill.
  • Retracting rod strap to hold rods down on deck
  • 2 x 25l fuel tanks.
  • COF and bouyancy in order.
  • Trailer licensed
  • Trailer completely rebuilt and galvanised. LED trailer lights, new rims and tires, bearings replaced around June 2018.
  • Full service done on motor last week, new water pump assembly, new fuel pump diaphragms, carbs serviced and new filters on engine and racor fuel filter water separator, replaced gearbox oil in leg.
  • Lowrance HDS Gen 3 7 inch fishfinder with clanwilliam charts from Fishtec.
There are a lot of accessories fitted to this boat which have cost a lot of money, time and effort on my part, and it is a very well equipped and capable boat. My asking price for the whole lot would probably prevent the sale, so for around R50k, I'll remove the jack plate (R3.8k) although I do have a fixed setback plate to fit instead which would keep the motor set back nicely, fishfinder (wouldn't know what a gen3 is worth now), BMV battery monitor (R2.5k), and SS Prop (R4.9k ish), as these are all things I can use on the next boat. If you only want the hull and trailer, I'll half the asking price to around R25k. Of course if you want the lot, including all the goodies, we can negotiate a price.

Give me a shout if you want to come have a look, or go for a burn - I'm a member at Milnerton aquatic club so you can test no problems. 

Cheers,
John

0614974482



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