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Old 09-01-2019, 09:54   #1
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Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

My boat was totaled after being hit at its dock by a 100ft motor yacht. Getting screwed by his insurance company, so I'm selling off equipment from the boat to recoup some of my losses. All items are located in the Fort Lauderdale area.
  • Dickinson Mediterranean Stove, 3 burner propane range, like new - $1,200.00
  • Max prop, 21” 3 blade Classic - $2,000.00
  • Garmin GPSmap 1040xs plotter, like new - $800.00
  • Garmin GMR 24 xHD Radar, like new - $1,500.00
  • Garmin Reactor Autopilot, like new. Comes with head unit, course computer, rudder angle sensor, compass sensor - $1,500.00
  • Icom M802 SSB w/ AT140 tuner, new in box - $1,800.00
  • Nature's Head Composting Toilet, never used, with extra fluid container, extra vent hose, and supply of coconut coir - $800.00
  • 10ft Caribe Dinghy w/ 9.9 Mercury outboard - $2,500.00
  • Fortress FX-55 Anchor, in bag - $400.00
  • Rocna 33 Galvanized Anchor - $300.00
  • Village Marine Little Wonder Watermaker, 12VDC - $1,500.00
  • Trident Marine 12v Gas control and detection system (control panel, fume detector, solenoid) - $250.00
  • Trident Marine dual propane regulator w/ 2 pigtail cylinder hoses - $100.00
  • Icom M324B VHF, like new - $200.00
  • Standard Horizon GX2200 VHF/AIS/GPS, like new - $350.00
  • Lewmar 48 3-speed winch, pair $700.00
  • Lewmar 42ST winch, pair - $500.00
  • Lewmar 52ST winch, pair - $1,000.00
  • Galerider drogue - $300.00
  • ATN Mastclimber - $300.00

If you want details or photos on any of the items, please post here or PM me.

Regards,
David
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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

ATN Mastclimber and SH GX2200 are both spoken for.
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My boat was totaled after being hit at its dock by a 100ft motor yacht. Getting screwed by his insurance company, so I'm selling off equipment from the boat to recoup some of my losses. All items are located in the Fort Lauderdale area.
  • Dickinson Mediterranean Stove, 3 burner propane range, like new - $1,200.00
  • Max prop, 21” 3 blade Classic - $2,000.00
  • Garmin GPSmap 1040xs plotter, like new - $800.00
  • Garmin GMR 24 xHD Radar, like new - $1,500.00
  • Garmin Reactor Autopilot, like new. Comes with head unit, course computer, rudder angle sensor, compass sensor - $1,500.00
  • Icom M802 SSB w/ AT140 tuner, new in box - $1,800.00
  • Nature's Head Composting Toilet, never used, with extra fluid container, extra vent hose, and supply of coconut coir - $800.00
  • 10ft Caribe Dinghy w/ 9.9 Mercury outboard - $2,500.00
  • Fortress FX-55 Anchor, in bag - $400.00
  • Rocna 33 Galvanized Anchor - $300.00
  • Village Marine Little Wonder Watermaker, 12VDC - $1,500.00
  • Trident Marine 12v Gas control and detection system (control panel, fume detector, solenoid) - $250.00
  • Trident Marine dual propane regulator w/ 2 pigtail cylinder hoses - $100.00
  • Icom M324B VHF, like new - $200.00
  • Standard Horizon GX2200 VHF/AIS/GPS, like new - $350.00
  • Lewmar 48 3-speed winch, pair $700.00
  • Lewmar 42ST winch, pair - $500.00
  • Lewmar 52ST winch, pair - $1,000.00
  • Galerider drogue - $300.00
  • ATN Mastclimber - $300.00

If you want details or photos on any of the items, please post here or PM me.

Regards,
David
Check with the insurance company before you start selling parts off the boat.
They want as much of the boat as possible so they can sell it all at once.
You sure do not want the broken hull. You will have to pay to have it disposed properly.

I know, from a sad experience
The insurance company even wanted the life ring until I told them, it had rotted away.
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Old 09-01-2019, 11:46   #4
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Hello David, could you tell me if the Garmin GMR 24 xHD Radar, like new - $1,500.00 is available? Is it also possible to send a picture of what would be included.?

Would also ask if you could send via UPS to my address in Englewood, FL.?

Thank you.

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Old 09-01-2019, 11:53   #5
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Hello David, could you tell me if the Garmin GMR 24 xHD Radar, like new - $1,500.00 is available? Is it also possible to send a picture of what would be included.?
Hi Harold,

The cables are not included as they were damaged in the collision that destroyed my boat. They are not expensive, and you can get them directly from Garmin's website. Basically you get the radome itself. I'll get some pictures for you of the radome. Not sure about shipping, will need to weigh the unit to get an estimate.

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Check with the insurance company before you start selling parts off the boat.
They want as much of the boat as possible so they can sell it all at once.
You sure do not want the broken hull. You will have to pay to have it disposed properly.

I know, from a sad experience
The insurance company even wanted the life ring until I told them, it had rotted away.
Except...OP stated he is getting screwed by other guy's insurance. If so, and there were no legal document preventing me from doing so, I think Id strip it too and tell them to pound sand.
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Sorry for your loss. Interested in watermaker. How old and what LW model? Pics to kcomollo AT Gmail.com please.
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Hi Harold,

The cables are not included as they were damaged in the collision that destroyed my boat. They are not expensive, and you can get them directly from Garmin's website. Basically you get the radome itself. I'll get some pictures for you of the radome. Not sure about shipping, will need to weigh the unit to get an estimate.

-David
Ok thanks. Please send pics of the display with bracket, and radome .
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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

Interested in the 42st. Can you post or email pics? What type of drum do they have?
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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

David, What terrible news for you.

I am interested in your Lewmar 48 3-speed winch, pair $700.00

I'll send a PM with contact info.

My questions will be the usual; age, condition, service record if any.

Thank you, and best wishes.

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Interested in the 42st. Can you post or email pics? What type of drum do they have?
They are black anodized drums, a little faded from normal age-related wear. Functionally they are fine, I rebuilt them recently with new springs and pawls as I was planning to install them on my boat. Sadly that won't happen...

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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

Possibly interested in the Icon M802.

Is this a complete kit with cables, mounting hardware, ferrites, etc? Any chance it's the Dockside Radio kit?
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Possibly interested in the Icon M802.

Is this a complete kit with cables, mounting hardware, ferrites, etc? Any chance it's the Dockside Radio kit?
It does have all the cables and mounting hardware, at least what comes standard from Icom. It's not the Dockside Radio kit.

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Hi David,

I'm so sorry for your loss and the insurance company (and other owner?) hassles. I am interested in the auto-pilot set up. I'm refitting an old 1976 Irwin 42 CC Ketch. She's got currently just got mechanical steering, and while I will do more investigating on my end...Do you know if it your set up comes with "everything" I would need for setting up on my boat. Put another way did your boat have mechanical steering? I do have a new Garmin chartplotter ,etc. I am in New Hampshire but am planning a trip to your area in the next few weeks, if shipping is an issue! Thanks and best of luck with the whole proces! Neil
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Here are pictures of the watermaker, as many have asked about it. The unit was originally a 110VDC unit. I removed it from my boat not long after I bought it, and took it to Village Marine in Fort Lauderdale, where they serviced it and converted it to 12VDC by replacing the motor that drives the HP pump, and the boost pump. They recommended that, even though it had two membrane pressure vessels, that one was much more effective and easier to maintain, the second adding very little throughput. The unit is now set up for a single membrane, though I'm including the second pressure vessel if you want to use it. I'm also including a bunch of filters.

I do not know the age of the unit, though Village Marine said that the HP pump was in excellent condition, and now it has a brand new motor, and a new boost pump.
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