FS: Stingray 195LS Boat

95blklsc

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This is probably a long shot that anyone on here would be interested but I'll throw it out there anyway. Asking 14k and the boat is located in Milford, MA. I have an equally pristine condition Chevy 2500HD truck that is available as well for a turn key package.

Follow this link for the write up with some pics:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12843514/boat for sale.pdf


2005 Stingray 195LS-
125 Hours
3.0L 140hp
Excellent condition, always stored out of the sun and weather
Never moored or had bottom paint
Keel Guard installed
Meticulously maintained
Galvanized roller trailer with matching spare tire and LED lights
Includes three different pitch props (19, 21, 23)
Seating for seven people
Full snap in cover set
Storable bimini top
All bumpers, ropes, and anchor included
Stainless rails and pop up cleats
VHF Radio
Depth sounder
Compass
Kenwood Radio
Always fully winterized at the end of each season
Fully washed inside and out including the trailer after each use
You will NOT find a better maintained boat


This boat would have an MSRP of over 29k if it was ordered with these same options today. The original
MSRP was 26kʼ This boat is fast and efficient. With a stainless prop, Stingray rates it at a 49 MPH top
end. Although itʼs fast, the efficient “Z-Plane” hull allows it burn only 3 gal/hour at a cruising speed of 25
MPH. This boat has been fun, reliable, and affordable. The only reason why Iʼm selling is Iʼm just finding
that I donʼt have time to use it as much as I would like. Many extras are included with the sale.
 

redn8

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What are the 2 happiest times in a Man's life, when he buys a boat and when he sells a boat.
 

tixer

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"A boat is a large hole in the water you throw money into."
-My dad. (about two years after buying said boat)
 

95blklsc

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"A boat is a large hole in the water you throw money into."
-My dad. (about two years after buying said boat)
This can be VERY true, especially with large or old boats. Aside from the first season when I needed a GPS, life jackets, water toys, flares, VHF, etc it isn't very expensive to maintain at all. It doesn't even use much gas.
 

tixer

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I can sympathize as well. Being a bit of an outdoorsman, and living as close as I do to the St. Croix River, a boat still as a very distinct appeal to me. I'd probably get one anyway. :D
 
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