Trophy Boat - $35000 (263 Cozy Lane, Sequim, WA)


condition: like new
engine hours (total): 400
length overall (LOA): 21
make / manufacturer: Bayliner
model name / number: Trophy Pro 2052 WA 392
propulsion type: power
year manufactured: 2006

Price just reduced to $35,000 - Length 21'7"; Draft 1'5"; Dry weight 3,500 pounds; Fuel capacity 85 gallons

Third owner, purchased in 2013 with 9 hours
Cummins 1.7L Diesel 120Hp with 385 hours
Mercruiser Alpha 1 Bravo 2 outdrive with performance fin, new zincs this year and stainless propeller ($500),
Have original propeller also.
Trim tabs
Yamaha 9.9 long shaft kicker with power tilt, new in 2014
Cuddy has pump out porta potty never used
Table top that doubles as the bed. all original cushions in great condition

Garmin GPS Map 1040xs with chart
Garmin GMR 24HD radar with custom stainless adjustable mount.
Garmin VHF 200 radio with AIS and 2 way hailer.
All are networked to communicate with each other.

Custom 7 pole stainless rocket launcher on roof with LED deck lights
Multiple gunnel and transom pole holders.
Two gimble scotty mounts for pot pullers 2 Scotty mount pole holders
2 Scotty electric downriggers with new stainless wire 500 ft. new snubbers, stops and extra clips, (3) 12 lb balls
New LED Navigation lights
LED forward facing light bar on the roof for docking in the dark
LED anchor/running light mounted on roof
Custom stainless frame swim step/cooler mount over the outdrive
Two new Costco Interstate batteries last year
Upgraded the two seats and mounts last year. The seats alone were over $500 each
New custom leg bolster this year upgraded materials and reinforced, not refurbished.
New Jabsco hot shot washdown pump, hose and spray nozzel. 70PSI 6GPM
New separate Shurflo Bait Sentry live well pump, 800 GPH
all new hoses and fittings. Better water flow for live bait and can run the wash down separate
New 18" stainless steering wheel, upgrade from the 16" stock
(easier to steer, no power steering)

Converted to disk brakes so new hydraulic surge on conversion in 2014.
Upgraded new rims and tires from 13" to 14"
LED tail lights.
Last year I installed a new Fulton F2 hand crank
I have a new sets of Timken bearings and seals

I did both outdrive water impellers two winters ago (@320 hrs on main) new synthetic gear oil. I install new filters (2 fuel and 1 oil) and changed oil every season.
I have a couple of new replacement filters, and the hand pump for changing the motor oil. I have flushed both the motors with salt away every single time I have used it and I have a full jug of it with the motor flush hose cups. I also have a hose cup to flush or run the wash down/live well pumps. I have the original manuals also.
I have replaced and upgraded the bus bars for the electrical connections, cleaned all the terminals and used di electric grease and heat shrink everywhere I could and on all the installs.
All the coast guard safety stuff is included, fire extinguisher, two throwables a couple of life vests
Two gaffs, harpoon and 2 docking poles, fenders, and dock ropes.
One Scotty pot puller
4 stainless shrimp pots with 400' of leaded line and buoys

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