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Perfect Private Fishing Boat for Kona Hawaii - $39900 (KAILUA-KONA)

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condition: good
engine hours (total): 100
length overall (LOA): 31
make / manufacturer: TOPAZ
model name / number: EXPRESS
propulsion type: power
year manufactured: 1983

BOAT FOR SALE WITHOUT MOORING

MOTORS RUN GREAT, BOAT CRUISES AT 24 KNOTS

THIS BOAT CAN BE USED WITH BOAT TRAILER

PRICE REDUCED $5,100.00 from $45,000.00 to $39,900.00

Extensive $90,000+ restoration invested since 2016. Please contact Captain for all details regarding work completed, all receipts available.

BOAT REPAIRS
1. Mild blister repairs were performed over the entire bottom, and mostly on the port side from the chine up to the top of the boot stripe. The boat sat with the port side more exposed to the sun for over 15-years. The entire bottom and up to the top of the boot stripe was prepped and repaired with barrier coat and then new bottom paint and new boot stripe paint.
2. Installed new drip-less shaft logs. Installed new cutlass bearings. Inspected shafts, propellers and rudders
3. The bottom has been repainted three times in the past three years
4. The hull sides have been cleaned, buffed, and waxed three times in the past three years
5. The vessel has been in dry dock for repairs four times in the past three years
6. Two new 4D batteries.
7. New toilet and plumbing lines
8. New hydraulic steering pumps for both helms
9. Compression test on the starboard motor
10. New GPS/Sounder with new transducer and screens for both helm stations: Garmin GPS/SOUNDERs and transducer. GPSMAP 1242xsv, GPSMAP 742xs, 1000w (non-CHIRP) transducer, and Network cable.
11. New VHF radio and antenna
12. The trim tabs and swim step were removed and all of the holes in the transom were repaired with epoxy resin, chopped glass, fiberglass, and epoxy with micro balloons
13. Pulled the deck off the cockpit and engine room areas
14. Built all new exhaust system, used the existing mufflers
15. Re-plumbed all three bilge pumps and the holding tank
16. Built new support platform structure for the rudder post and steering ram with grey board, fiberglass, and epoxy
17. Rebuilt hull areas surrounding the through-hull hardware for the rudders and the struts
18. Rebuilt hull area surrounding the transom drain plug through-hull fitting
19. Strengthened and glassed together the aft section of the stringers to the transom and the aft portion of the hull sides
20. Repainted the engine room bilge and the bilge area beneath the cockpit
21. Rebuilt and reinforced the cockpit deck and deck over the engine room, and then finished with painted non-skid
22. Replaced and strengthened the swinging gate section of the gunnel above the transom door with a solid section of grey board, fiberglass, epoxy and micro balloons
23. Removed the screw-on teak covering boards, rebuilt and reinforced the gunnels with grey board, fiberglass, epoxy and micro balloons, and then finished with painted non-skid
24. Installed four (4) new Lee pivoting rod holders
25. Rebuilt and strengthened the structure around the transom door, especially at the area along the port side edge of the transom door
26. Replaced, rebuilt and reinforced the bulkhead at the forward engine room with grey board, fiberglass, epoxy and micro balloons
27. Rebuilt and reinforced the side areas above the engine room with grey board, fiberglass, epoxy and micro balloons and installed two sets of storage drawers and two storage cabinets
28. Two new chair pedestals
29. Replaced all the battery cables, battery switches and some of the engine room wiring
30. Installed shore power inlet and a battery charger
31. Replaced all the bonding wires and connections to all of the through hull hardware
32. Rebuilt and remounted the primary fuel filters
33. Inspected the fuel tank and replaced all the fuel lines
34. Tented the boat for termite fumigation
35. Repaired the fighting chair dry rot and repainted the fighting chair

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION REPAIRS
Both motors were reconditioned and installed at Honokohau Harbor about 15-years ago. These motors have very low hours since being reconditioned and installed.

Thus far, the port motor appears to be in better condition than the starboard motor, before all of these listed repairs were performed.

STARBOARD MOTOR
AD41B 868192
1. New transmission oil cooler, without zinc fitting
2. Replaced the saltwater cooling system pump
3. Rebuilt the alternator
4. Rebuilt the starter
5. Rebuilt and re-calibrated the fuel injection pump
6. Rebuilt and re-calibrated the turbocharger, and sleeved the turbocharger with stainless steel insert
7. Dismantled the entire motor looking for reasons why it ran poorly, and found that one piston and connecting rod were the wrong parts for this motor, and saw evidence of the motor being overheated with the head being warped 0.08” and four bent valves. Repaired all of these problems discovered during the starboard motor rebuild: new connecting rod, piston and rings, resurfaced the head and replaced all the damaged valves. The cylinder liners were in good condition.
8. Rebuilt and re-calibrated the fuel injectors, and replaced some fuel injectors
9. Rebuilt the turbo after cooler
10. Replaced the ZF transmission, due to saltwater damage from leaky transmission oil cooler
11. Compression test on the starboard motor, all cylinders within good ranges

PORT MOTOR
TAMD41P – A869030
1. New transmission oil cooler, with zinc fitting
2. Replaced the saltwater cooling system pump
3. Pulled the motor to repair the oil pan, which had multiple holes from corrosion
4. New fresh water pump for the engine cooling system
5. Rebuilt the turbo after cooler
6. Compression test, all cylinders within good ranges
7. New turbocharger




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