Some of my buddies are going to kill me when they find out that I am parting with this boat, but my desire for a saltwater boat is forcing me to sell my Koff to make room for the new boat. This is not the run of the mill Koffler, as it was welded up by Joe Koffler himself. This boat is loaded with features such as an upgraded rowers seat with dry storage. Passenger box seat with storage, casting stanchion (thigh brace) with integrated cup holders, notched transom to run either a short shaft OR long shaft kicker motor (I've run both my Minn Kota and my Honda 5 horse with no problems.), fully galvanized Spirit trailer with newly wired LED submersable lights, Ash Koffler oars with tip protectors, rope wrapped and on Oar Rites, Gluvit bottom protector, Enough Rope and Pyramid Anchor, will also throw in a custom mount for a Scotty bow anchor system, perfect for stillwater Chironomid applications, there are some other items Im missing but I'll think of it later. This is a turn key package and is ready to float any skinny water, stillwater, white water, or other water thus unmanageable with a standard driftboat. I've had several DB's and I must confess, that this is THE boat to have to give you the most versatile amount of fly fishing for here in the Northwest. I've even had here in the sound for Rockfish, and Ling Cod. I've taken her down the Green, Skagit, Yakima, Sauk, Snoqualmie, Pass Lake, Rattlesnake, Lone Lake, so most of the typical rivers and lakes that members would be floating with no problems. What I love about this boat is the lightness, easy towing, tough as nails, and is easy to maintain. Check out the Koffler website for details: www.kofflerboats.com Some other features of this pram: STANDARD FEATURES INCLUDE: >> .080 sides, 6061-T6 aluminum alloy sides and bottom >> Extrusion joining sides and bottom >> Rope oarsman seat >> Adjustable and removeable seats in 10' and 12' prams >> Non-skid floor boards >> Solid aluminum oarloack blocks with UHMW bushings >> Brass oarlocks >> Zolatone interior paint; finished in Black With the price of aluminum going up and inflation, this boat won't lose its value. Maybe Im making a bad decision, but I gotta have the saltwater boat, and the Mrs. won't allow it until I part with something from the arsenal. bawling: $2500 This boat new would run over $4000 with the same features. Not looking for anything in trade, so hopefully it will go to a good home and someone who'll enjoy it just as much.