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Sold / Closed 1990 Crestliner Sabre GL 204 with Yamaha 130


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Boat:      20' 4" excluding the space saver transom.   8 Ft Beam. 30" inside height.

              Hardtop with 8 Rod Rocket launcher. Acrylic side curtains, solid canvas two piece back drop.

              Floor Boards replaced around 10 years ago.

              6 Rod Under Gunnel road storage racks each side

              4 side mount rod/net holders

              5 Anglers Pal 10" Rod holder

              2 Berts Ratcheting Dipsey Rod Holders

              2 Newer Penn Electrics with long arms and swivel base

              2 Older Penn Electrics with short and long arms on swivelmatic bases

               Washdown Pump with intake filter and with hose connection.  Pump has shut off switch at helm

               Dual Planer mast with removable base. Extra Mast. Extra Reel.

               Flood Light on Hardtop

               Fillet board with side and drain tube to drain ou the back of the boat.

               Canister type bilge pump with spare pump ready to plug in.  Electronic float switch.


Motors:   1990 Yamaha 130 Oil injected 2 Stroke with remote tank. One carb rebuilt this summer, one replaced.

                Stainless Prop was rebuilt this spring

                2006 Honda 8 HP 4 stroke with electric start, power tilt and full helm right next to Yamaha helm. Hose piped to same tank as Yamaha.



Electronics:    Icom VHF with Shakespeare Galaxy Antenna

                      Eagle IntelliMap GPS



                      Lowrance LC x 15 MT Dual Frequency Sonar with speed and temp. {Can do GPS but no antenna connected.)



Trailer          2007 (I think) Road King Aluminum Bunk Trailer with LED lights, surge disc brakes all wheels, and torsion spring axles. 


Boat is in good condition for the age. The hull had some hairline cracks that were professionally welded. I will show you. The yamaha 130  will run about 35 with 650 pounds of fisherman on board.   The two older downriggers are a little slow, but work OK.  The Honda runs smooth. No cavitating and can run in 5 ft seas no problem.  The set up on this boat is about as good as you can get for a 20 footer with repsect to fishing room. NO DOGHOUSE.  


Try before you buy....If you want to meet me at Seneca for a few hours of fishing that can be arranged.  To eliminate tire kickers from this offer I would request some type of proof that you have the money.



607 Eight Fiver Seven forty two 20

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I have a Sabre 216 with the sst transom that I picked up last year to replace my bowrider. Needed a cabin and porta potty for my daughters. These boats fish extremely well. Are deep sided, deep v'd, light, trailer great and ride great as well. For anyone looking for the above I'd give this a serious look. Very safe great fishing ride. Best of luck rod buster.

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