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08-17-2012, 07:10 PM
Anyone know anything about the 32' yellow-hulled 2009 listed on boat trader with 350 yams?

Reel Quick
08-18-2012, 02:53 PM

^^ If you're looking at a 32' look at this one ^^

08-18-2012, 07:52 PM
Yeah, I've seen that one. Very nice boat, just more than I want to spend. I actually saw that boat at Yellowfin a while back when it was having some work done on it. Finally getting serious about making a purchase and can't find the right boat. Looking for 32' with Yamaha power either with coffin box or forward seating. I know these can be added after the fact, but would prefer a ready-to-go boat.

08-19-2012, 07:31 AM
Maybe call these guys - http://tsfyachts.com/inventory_boats.html

Good selection of new and used. I know they move quite a few rigs out of Houston.

My contacts are Jason Nolan and Chris Crocker.

Good luck.

Whiskey Bent
08-19-2012, 06:24 PM
or contact me... my 32 is for sale... 9047592318...

on Hull Truth, Angler's Edge and Boat Trader..... Also on the YF corporate site and on here in the boats for sale section

08-21-2012, 07:28 AM
WB, your boat looks to be in excellent shape. My concern is the hours on the motors. I know some people are getting well over 2000 hours on them, but I don't want to have to worry about repowering anytime in the next few years.

Whiskey Bent
08-21-2012, 03:34 PM

Totally get where your'e coming from... Not a sales pitch.... I do agree with your thinking of the past motors especially Mercury engines... But with the technology of today and the quality of the motors that Yamaha is putting out the least of my worries is the hours on my motors that kind of thinking is old school... Besides having almost two years of warranty on them and 80% of the hours on the motors are in idle or slow trolling just in gear (my mechanic hooked them up to the CPU). We like to overnight swordfish and I keep the motors on overnight for safety. In fact there is a local guy I know that has almost 4,000 hours on his motors and hasn't replaced a power head on either of his 350's..... If you take care of something they will take care of you especially when it is a Yamaha. Another buddy of mine re-powered his 32 and sold his 350's for great money in a week on the Hull Truth... Almost enough to cover the cost of re-powering.