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  Used Boat - 1986 KMV 1700 HT with a 75 hp Mercury Outboard and Trailer

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Engine Brand:  Mercury Beam:  
Engine Size:  75 hp Length:  
Engine Type:  2 Stroke Built-in Fuel:  Yes
Engine Warranty:   Colours In-Stock:  White
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  Description:  Thsi is a Used Boat, a 1986 KMV 1700 HT with a 75 hp Mercury Outboard and Trailer. It's a boat menat for cruising, very stable and you will be very happy with it. The front cabin really is a plus for family outings, and the open rear makes it a great spot for comfortable fishing. One of the front bunks converts into a table and it also has a pedestal seat for fishing. It handles and planes very easily - the hull is different from everything else out there and got me uneasy at first but after a few times I found it to be quite easy to handle. It's an uncommon boat and really turns heads - I get lots of people asking questions about it. I believe the design is originally European, from Norway, but it also used to be manufactured in Ontario by the father of the actual owner of Yates Boat Building in Newfoundland. They still build boats with this same type of hull, so it makes them still fairly small (17.5 ft) but still seaworthy. Altogether, it weights about 2,500 lbs (boat, trailer, and engine), so it's towable by most midsized cars
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