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For Sale 2003 29′ Shamrock 260 Express Cuddy lovethatyacht.com
I love this boat but I am buying a large boat so she is for sale. This Shamrock looks and feels like a much bigger boat.
Call Randall , 954 970 3667, email@example.com
The 260 Express marked a departure from earlier 26-footers from Shamrock in that she rides on an all-new hull with a wider beam and increased flare at the bow. Retained, however, is Shamrock’s exclusive Keel-Drive system with its single- inboard power and protected running gear–a time-tested design based on a full length keel married to a modified-V hull. The added security of knowing that the Shamrock can survive a run-in with the bottom without damage is persuasive.
A stable fishing platform with good range, a standard 5.7-liter gas inboard will cruise the 260 Express at 17 knots and reach a top speed of around 26 knots.
Loaded boat in mint condition. Included 4-outriggers, 20-pole holders, canvas / aluminum cockpit cover, L-shaped settle w/ table at helm, flood lights, cockpit lights, enclosed head, galley w/ refrigerator, huge V-Berth and cabin, live bait well, cockpit fish lockers, dual fuel tanks, Garmin 741 color GPS/Fish finder, Single Mercruiser 5.7Horizon MPI w/straight shaft (keel drive) in perfect condition, protected rudder and propeller. Long keel for superior directional stability. Engine mounted low in bilge for superior stability and an open cockpit “fisherman” design.
Cockpit fresh water wash, cockpit shower, swim step, twin tackle centers, remote electric anchor windless & pulpit, four opening cabin ports plus overhead hatch, large removable cabin table, interior lighting, DC panel, galley storage locker, chain locker, dual batteries and charger, head holding tank and macerator/over board pump and deck pump, dual auto bilge pumps, full Isinglass helm covers plus instrument cover, VHF radio, stereo, HALON system, NEW exhaust raises, new starter, NEW distributor cap and rotor, NEW plugs, NEW fuel filter. Hull, neck, bottom, rails, in mint condition. Super clean bilge.
Possible owner financing
Topsides: Molded Fiberglass
Bottom: Molded Fiberglass
Frames: Partitions, bulkheads & longitudinal stringers
Floor Timbers: Partitions & bulkheads
Fastenings: Reinforced fiberglass
Deck Beams: Molded decks
Decks: Molded fiberglass
Keel: Fiberglass, full-length skeg keel w/running gear protection & Bronze shoe
Super Structure: Molded Fiberglass w/custom welded stainless steel side and top frames.
Interior: Beige fabric overhead, Cherry Wood cabinetry.
Cherry Wood bulkheads & partitions.
White mica Head Compartment door
Galley has Mica counter top and stainless steel sink
SPARS & RIGGING:
Swim Platform/ladder Molded Fiberglass w fold-away ladder
Rod Holders: Total of 16: Five on each coaming (P&S); Two on each side frame (P&S); Two at Aft End of Hard Top
Outriggers: Pair of Top Gun on Hard Top, plus a pair of Lee-type
Outrigger side mounts (P&S) , no outrigger poles
Tackle area: Transom Baitwell and Bait Prep Station with washdown
Plastic pull out tackle drawers under station, plus separate set of similar drawers under cockpit lounge seat.
FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT:
Deck Hardware: Stainless steel & Aluminum
Steering Gear: One station, Hydraulic by Sea Star, Morse throttle And shifter
Ground Tackle: FORTRESS anchor mounted on molded anchor pulpit
Anchor Windlass: MAXWELL, chain & rope
Canvas Covers: Clear vinyl & canvas at windshield & Full enclosure in good condition
Built-In System: HALON
Location: Engine room, aft bulkhead
Life Rings: (1) Life Ring w/attached line, in overhead bin of hardtop
GARMIN GPSmap 741xs
STANDARD HORIZON Eclipse + VHF
Stereo w/ cockpit speakers
Location: Main cabin, starboard side
Refrigeration: NORCOLD 12volt DC / 110Vac (AC not hooked up)
Sink: Single stainless steel
Ships: 12 volt DC
Wiring: Molded rubber & thermoplastic
Ground: Bonding System
Interior Lighting: Overhead and bullet lights
AM/FM/CD, Stereo at helm station
Model: HORIZON 350 MPI
No. of Cyls: Eight
H.P. Reported rated 300 hp
Reduction Gear: Velvet Drive 2.0:1
Total Time Indicated: 999.0 hours
Engine Bed: Fiberglass Longitudinal Stringers
Pan Under Engine: Integral Fiberglass
Engine Cooling System: Closed fresh water cooling system (standard w/ Horizon engines)
Fuel Pump: Dual electric
Propeller: 4 Blade
Propeller Shaft: 1 1/4″ stainless steel
Bearing: Rubber cutlass
Rudder: Massive Bronze rudder
Battery Charger: GUEST, ChargePro 10amp, dual battery auto charger
Storage Batteries: (2) 27MXHD
Location: Engine room, forward of engine, easy access
Battery Switch: Engine room, forward bulkhead near batteries
Electric head w/ water pump and macerator switches on panel. Head has overhead light and opening port
Using primitive skills and modern technology I’m building, onto the water shelf and lower shelf, a cabinet system around a tree at my campsite for added comfort. I built this using modern tools such as a knife, saw, tape measure, and makeshift plumb bob…
This is part 3 of 3…
part 1 – https://youtu.be/S_1twjxMEzk
part 2 – https://youtu.be/RBjS0Lyfd0Y
At this particular campsite I had no place to set anything on, no rocks, ledges, nothing… until now…It is a nice creature comfort to have something around chest height to set gear, equipment, tools, books, and personal items on. So for this situation I built a shelving system around a tree. This gives me about four square feet of surface area counting the top and bottom shelf. I think technically this would be considered a cabinet if I added a door, but I don’t need a door really. The opening is facing inside away from the elements and is keeping things dry, even during storms. I will be doing a final overwrap over the more critical joints with #14 tarred bank line later.
To give you more of an idea of the camp scene the tree/post I built around is on the edge of my tarp right next to my hammock. The tarp shelter is a 10 x10 piece of heavy plastic sheeting. I have the tarp pitched at an angle and in a diamond formation so it will accomplish 4 things: give me shade, allow me to stand up and walk around underneath with full head clearance, provide rain coverage, and catch/drain rain water to the back corner where I have a 5 gallon container ready to catch the rain water. Once the container is full of harvested rain water, I place it on the protruding shelf I built (watch the other two videos for demonstrations of this)… I then hook up my Sawyer Mini water filter and let gravity drip filter through the Sawyer Mini and the attached DIY activated carbon filter I made. This makes things much easier than doing the squeeze technique because the filter system will go through about five gallons in about two days, filtering unattended. I just periodically check to see if the containers are full and change them out. I will do other camp chores or some cooking while the filtering process is taking place.
Some people have mentioned I should build a tree house and I have had something like that in mind …