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2007 Defiance Admiral 250 - $55,000 (Poulsbo)

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boat type: powerboat
propulsion type: power
condition: like new
engine hours (total): 300
length overall (LOA): 28
make / manufacturer: Defiance
model name / number: Admiral
year manufactured: 2007
I have a 2007 Defiance Admiral 250 for sale. Boat is in great condition, low hours. Twin Yamaha 115 4-strokes with about 300 hours each. The port motor just got a new block Fall of 2022 and has 20 hours on it. I just replaced the break in oil last Fall before putting it away for the Winter. I broke it in exactly to the Yamaha spec. It also has an electric start 8hp 4-stroke kicker. Has a Furuno Navnet radar, with depth sounder, GPS and speed impeller. I have one brand new Canon Mag 10 downrigger, works great, with swivel mount. There are also 2 Canon Marlin Mag 20 downriggers, but both not functional, they need new motors. One mount on the boat is for the 10 and the other mount for the 20. At 4400 RPM, the boat cruises at 29 mph and burns about 13.5 GPH. WOT is about 5500 and boat is at about 37 MPH. Has a 135 gallon fuel tank, all motors plumbed to the same tank. I've done a couple minor things outside of the new engine block, new batteries 2022, replaced old positive and negative terminal locks, added 4 stainless bolt on rod holders and a new washdown pump. Haven't actually used the washdown yet. I also had all new brake lines, brake calipers, rotors, pads and surge cylinder installed in 2022 as well. Trailer has a full spare mounted to a spare hub. There are a couple items not working currently, the trim tabs (I bought a brand new OEM pump and reservoir kit, just no time to install it) and the electric head (needs a new Jabsco pump, about $300). I have not started it yet this year. Motor was ran with stabilized fuel and fogged last Fall and hasn't been turned over since. I will have it running this coming weekend (Saturday May 25th at latest), but have to make a splice in the fuel lines as someone cut them while I was away. Anyways, great off-shore boat at a very fair price. Ready for halibut, tuna, bottomfish, salmon anywhere in the sound or out of Neah Bay or Westport. Still plenty of season yet to go fish with this thing. I've caught a good number of fish on it, but given all the work I have going on right now, I just can't justify it sitting in my yard at the moment. I own the boat outright and have titles in hand for both the boat and the trailer. Serious inquiries only. More than happy to meet and start it up for you and go through the whole thing. If you want to go out on sea trials, I ask that you are able to show me you have the means to purchase the boat. Not interested in any trades, just looking to get this boat to someone that it will fish it more often than I do.

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