Does Anybody Know What this Is!

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by big-boss, Aug 5, 2008.

  1. big-boss
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    big-boss Junior Member

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    This boat is currently in Monterey and was a fisihing boat used as dive platform for the last few years. 25ft long 9.5ft beam. Inboard 4 cyl Isuzu diesel.
     
  2. Lt. Holden
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    It's very hard to tell from the small pic, but the nice, clean flybridge lines are reminescent of the old UNIFLITE line. Does it have any badges or an I.D. plate on it ? What about the title or registration?
     
  3. big-boss
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    No badges and it was regestered as "Special". Thanks
     
  4. big-boss
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    It looks almost like the Uniflite 23 ft sportfisherman with flybridge, but: It is 25ft with I think a 9.5 beam and no chines- The side are fair (stright?). It has the same window layout and the Port side helm. Thanks again.
     
  5. Lt. Holden
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    What does it have for power? In Florida, where I grew up, there were a lot of Chrysler powered Uniflites often with single 318 c.i. or twin 225 or 318 c.i. engines.
     
  6. big-boss
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    It currently has a single 4cyl Isuzu Diesel. It was once gas for sure.
     

  7. Lt. Holden
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    Try the website unifliteworld.com and check out the 23' Hardtop page there is a small photo of the 23' Sportfisherman.
     
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