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|New / used:||Used|
|Motorization:||1x Yanmar (20 PS Diesel)|
|Length:||6,10 m (20,0 ft.)|
|Width:||1,73 m (5,7 ft.)|
|Anchored at:||Gulf Breeze, FL|
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This gorgeous boat would make a perfect tender to a larger vessel.
This one of a kind tunnel-stern launch is based off the William Atkins Rescue Minor design. The builder added extra tumblehome to the stern, wheel steering, and beautiful teak decks to produce a boat that is truly a masterpiece. She was built from mahogany, ipe, teak and marine ply. She was then laminated with epoxy and multiple layers of 6 oz fiberglass cloth to produce a completely moisture resistant hull.
Bar Hopper is powered by an inboard Yanmar 20 HP Diesel with only 85 hours. She planes quickly and easily and handles like a dream. She draws only 6 of water while underway and sips fuel at 0.6 gals/hr @ 14 knots.
A single axle trailer is included.
LOA 20 ft 2 in
Beam 5 ft 8 in
LWL 19 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft 1 ft 0 in
Engine Brand Yanmar
Year Built 2006
Engine Model 3YM20
Engine Type Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Hours 85
Propeller 3 blade propeller
Drive Type Direct Drive
Engine(s) Total Power 20 HP
Fuel Tanks Plastic (12 Gallons)
The original version of Rescue Minor was designed for the United States Navy as a shallow draft rescue boat for downed pilots in the Pacific theater during WWII. ?The builder retained the original design for all wetted surfaces, but customized the vessel above the water line.?
Custom spray hood/ dodger?
Custom bimini top?
Single axle trailer?
All bronze hardware?
Teak decks and floors?
Flag blue hull painted with Epifanes topside paint
Gull-wing engine access?
Custom teak flag pole with anchor light?
Automatic bilge pump
2006 20HP Yanmar?
3 blade bronze prop?
PSS shaft seal
11.5 gallon fuel tank?
Fuel consumption 0.6 gals/hr @ 14 knots?
270 mile range?
This vessel is gorgeous and was built to last. ?Her builder spared no expense in choosing top quality materials for her construction. ?
Her tunnel-stern makes her perfectly suited for shallow water bays and bayous, but her beefy construction and design make her excellent in rough water.?
She has won several first place awards at the Perdido Wooden Boat Festival in Josephine Alabama over the past few years.
Come take a look at her. ?You will not be disappointed!?
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.