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brendan 03-29-2006 10:42 AM

20' Romarine Center Console For Sale
For Sale by Motivated Seller:

20’ Romarine Center Console. Commercial grade construction. Custom built in Bristol, RI. Yamaha 115 4-stroke. Boat & motor purchased new during Spring of 2000. Engine maintained by Monahan’s Marine. Boat and engine are very clean and in excellent condition. Winterized, covered, and stored in Chatham. Turn the key and go in Spring of 2006. Asking Price: $12,500.

Length: 20'
Beam: 7' 7"
Lay-up: Hand Laid Fiberglass
Hull Color: White
Interior Color: Marine Gray
Rubrail: Black with Rope Inlay
Bottom Paint: None - Bare Bottom

Purchased, Installed & Maintained by Monahan’s Marine
2000 115 HP Yamaha 4-Stroke (372 Hrs.)
Electric Start, Power Trim & Tilt
Extremely Dependable & Economical
Hydraulic Steering
12 Volt Battery
Spare Prop
24-Gal. Fuel Tank

Garmin #182C GPS ColorMap/Chart
Garmin #240 Depth Sounder & Fish Finder
Icom VHF Radio & Antenna

Excellent for Coastal/Flats & Fly Fishing
Ritchie Compass
Mobri Radar Reflector
Cushioned Leaning Post
Cushioned 2-Person Front Seat
Removable Stern Casting Platform
Self-Bailing Cockpit
Clean No-Tangle Deck Area
SS Grab Rails
5 Large SS Accon Marine Pop-Up Cleats
Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Bow & Stern Eyes
Low Profile Bow Navigation Lights
Side-Mounted Horizontal Rod Holders
Floor/Bilge Inspection Port

Boat can be Passed Down Through the Generations
Solidly Built Commercial Strength Hull.
A Lot of Hull with Very Few Frills
Heavy Duty Strakes & Transom
No Stress Cracks
Extremely Stable & Dependable Fishing Platform
Lots of Space for Fishing & Storage

1999 Calkins Model #RBX 1820
Bunks with Keel Rollers & Rollers at Stern
3800 lbs. Capacity
Length: 22.3'
Width: 102"
Galvanized Steel
Single Axle
No Brakes (None Required)
Tire Size: 15"
2" Ball Connection
Bearing Buddies
Very Easy to Tow & Maneuver

For Additional Details & Photos:
Brendan O’Brien

Dble Haul 03-29-2006 12:07 PM

Geez, all of these great boats that have been for sale lately and me without any money to buy them. I guess that I can dream for now....:smile:

Good luck to whomever gets this craft. It reads like a winner to me.

Smcdermott 03-29-2006 12:37 PM


Sounds like a very sweet rig for a good price. I also bet she is very economical to run with the F115. My guess is pictures will really help you move this. Let me know if you need help posting them. There is a free image resizer for windows XP at the top of the forum that works well.


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