Please call owner Michael at 503-975-5324.
Boat is in Portland, Oregon. Selling our 1988 Bayliner trophy Alaska Bulkhead edition in great condition. Boat, Less than 780 hours on the meter from new 305 Chevy with OMC outdrive. Motors top end was rebuilt by previous owner and has had less than 40 hours on it. Outdrive was recently serviced. Lubed, New water impeller and trim fluid. It has a enclosed cooling system which is great for salt water although it was always fresh water flushed after use. 90 gallon fuel tank underwent a recent repair for a small leak. Pulled and welded. Port and starboard fish wells with massarator pump. Twin battery set up with switch Deck wash down pump. Power lift and trim tabs. 9.9 HP Mercury kicker, Just serviced 3 months ago. Garmin Matrix 97 Fishing and GPS system with Pacific NW card installed In dash fish finder works also
VHF and CB. All cabin lights have been converted to LED. Blue LED cockpit lights. Columbia river anchor system built on a stainless steel platform. Interior sleeps 3 and has a removable porta-potty. No rips in any of the fabric, bow cushions need to be washed. Icebox inside. 5 gallon fresh water tank with hand pump sink. Boat has a clean title and is tagged to through 2016. Trailer, Zieman/Caulkins bunk trailer in great shape Tires are 80% or better and comes with a spare. All lights converted to LED. Surge brakes 2 516 ball. Trailer has clean title. The boat will come with everything the Coast Guard requires for a boat its size. Including life jackets, throwable, horn, anchor and rope, flair gun, verything. It will also have dock lines and bumpers. Everything will be turn key and ready to use the day of sale. I absolutely love this boat And my Family has really enjoyed owning it and having it in our care. We don't want to sell her, but we do not have a place to store it where we live in The Dalles and with our jobs, we are not able to use it more than maybe a few times per year. The boat is currently at my parents house in Beaverton. I don't want to see her sit and rot away and would love to see it go to people who would use her more and enjoy it. I have taken it on the Columbia in scary rough water and it performed flawlessly. Also took it to Tillamook bay and crossed the bar a handful of times to play in the ocean. I have no concerns what-so-ever with this boat.