So I have had my boat up for sale before. I just don't use it that often. It is paid for, and no burden what so ever, but it just feels wrong to hold onto something that I do not have much time for. With a variety of injuries sustained in physically demanding sports and vocations I find that cycling, hiking into back country lakes, paddling, etc. keeps me structurally sound, while consistently pushing the throttle on the boat over the summer turns me into a physical train-wreck, so I am making a strategic decision. - 17.5 AquaSport hull, 1995. Most old mounting holes for down riggers, rod holders, etc. have been professionally restored by a marine specialty shop. It also has a new windshield and the hull generally looks like it just rolled off of the showroom floor. - 115 saltwater, four-stroke Merc. I think that the engine is an 06. - New Garmin fish finder. - Trailer is in great shape with newer tires and a new, two speed winch. Tacoma Outboard just went through the trailer this spring and updated any lighting / hardware. - Everything completely serviced by Tacoma Outboard in Spring - the boat has been out maybe 5X since then. - Includes anything that I gather up that I will not be likely to use - like a new extra battery, shrimp pot, crab pots, cover, gaff, etc. I have not spared a dime in the boat's upkeep. Every spring I strip everything that I can off of it and give it a thorough waxing. It has always been stored indoors and / or under cover. When it goes to Tacoma Outboard I just tell them to fix / repair / update everything that they can find. It is sweet and ready to go to someone who will use it more that I will. $11K firm.