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Old May 22nd, 2015, 08:57 AM
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32ft Tuna/Charter boat

1985 32ft Holland. Custom Downeast built in Maine to fish the canyons 80-90 miles offshore

460hp Lugger diesel with 5300hrs 17-18kt cruise fully loaded with fuel, ice bait etc. Custom tower dual stations.

Sleeps 3 down below with enclosed head. If you want a boat that will make your wife happy look elsewhere. If want to land blue fin tuna you won't find anything built to these specs for the money.

$37,500.00 Will consider NAS 90, Late model Yukon Denali XL or full size RR as partial trade.

Can provide full specs, pics etc upon request. Please serious inquiries only
Located in Maine.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 02:04 PM
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No offshore fishermen on this board?!
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 05:22 PM
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Do you want to take it out for tuna
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 05:33 PM
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No offshore fishermen on this board?!
Plenty... Not fast enough for me though. Would make an awesome Chesapeake Bay boat though. GLWS
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 05:44 PM
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Fast is relative to the sea conditions my friend. Its beaten 42ft + sport fishers home when the weather turns nasty. Those are 30kt boats on flat days that got the shit kicked out of them while this still cruised by at 17kts without spilling my coffee
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 06:36 PM
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Nice boat and GLWTS.
Only one Holland 32 is on Boat Trader right now. A stripped down 2013. Quality designed and built boats don't change over the years. Like used airplanes, it comes down to condition, maintenance, and electronics.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 06:44 PM
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Well said Russell. This hull is often called the prettiest of all downeast boats and is known to be very fast and efficient but this boat is built down heavy to take a pounding offshore. That Lugger is a massive slow turning motor and easily powers boats twice this size. The torque on this thing is off the charts.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 06:57 PM
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I hear ya Johno! Unfortunately, with a 1.5 - 2hr trip to the big blue, for me it is all about speed on a nice day! I don't like going out in swells and wind, gotta be vewy vewy careful down here in the Cape Fear area. Actually looking at the World Cat 32ETC for the ride in bad weather, and the speed - they out perform all mono hulls from what I have seen.

But yeah the weight of the lugger and the dead rise on that baby of yours will plough ahead no matter what.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 07:12 PM
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I like those boats. there was on in the yard i keep this for sale. No one likes to go out in days like that but this boat was built for a commercial captain.. He didnt have the luxury of picking his days... he didnt go out the family didnt eat. Its a battlewagon for sure.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 07:16 PM
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Jonesy, do yourself a favor and look at a Freeman if you are in the Cat market.

Phoenix, nice boat.......post it on the hull truth if it's not already there.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 07:35 PM
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Fast is relative to the sea conditions my friend. Its beaten 42ft + sport fishers home when the weather turns nasty. Those are 30kt boats on flat days that got the shit kicked out of them while this still cruised by at 17kts without spilling my coffee
I had a 31 Bertram that cruised 28knts canyon run/tournament rigged.
Legendary for making sog in horrible conditions. Deep v is the key, just takes more hp to plane one.
Always liked the downeast/lobster boat look. Good luck with sale.
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Craig, sounds like you need to look here. Three slips away is my new best bud and his this bad boy, a 06' Carolina Classic 35 with twin 450 hp Cats. His first boat ever, and new to him this season. As shown is north of $200k with all electronics replaced this spring. It is hard to take the grin off your face when at the helm on the flybridge.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 07:45 PM
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Love the Ray Hunt boats ...
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Craig, sounds like you need to look here. Three slips away is my new best bud and his this bad boy, a 06' Carolina Classic 35 with twin 450 hp Cats. His first boat ever, and new to him this season. As shown is north of $200k with all electronics replaced this spring. It is hard to take the grin off your face when at the helm on the flybridge.

Oooooh a Ray Hunt!
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Love the Ray Hunt boats ...
Yep,me too. She had twin 300 diesels. My bar hopping boat when I lived @ Annapolis was a Montauk. Those two tied up outside my window put a smile on my face every morning.
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YA know I Love the Posts and Carolina Classics. Something about a swept no rail flaired bow.

I knew this thread would get Dougs attention.

Seems to me John that the three of us like the gold winches so much we should plan a trip gulf side!!!
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thats a handsome pair Doug..Id like to restore an old 31 at some point in my future.
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I've always liked the downeast style. Single diesel is the way to go for fuel efficiency. I'm kinda thinking of moving up in size from my Albin 28 but it would need creature comforts for the family. Good luck with the sale!
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YA know I Love the Posts and Carolina Classics. Something about a swept no rail flaired bow.

I knew this thread would get Dougs attention.

Seems to me John that the three of us like the gold winches so much we should plan a trip gulf side!!!
Still have all my gear Jonesy. My smallest fish winch is a 50 narrow. Go big or go home.

Funny you should mention Posts. Always loved the topside looks of them, classic and gorgeous, total head turners. Not the greatest hull design.
Did a tuna tournament on one. After two days fishing everyone was saying we should have used my boat.
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Ive got a friend thats been looking for an Albin 28.. send me a PM if you decide to sell. You're family would not be happy transitioning to this boat from the Albin but I promise you would suddenly have alot more friends that run out and buy Penn 130s
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