2017 Pathfinder 2200 Tower
| Please call owner Terry at 954-304-1538. |
Boat Location: Pompano Beach, Florida.
This Pathfinder was completely stripped down and rebuilt from the hull up.
The outer hull shell is the only original part from 1999.
The hull was restored with a new custom deck layout, new stringers, bulkheads, and storage compartments.
You will not find another Pathfinder with this same layout or deck design unless you copy my build.
No expense was spared on the structural rebuild.
I used the best materials on the market to rebuild the boat. 1708 biaxal fiberglass was laid on the stringers and bulkheads, and the deck was built with honeycomb board so there is no possibility of future rotting.
In my opinion, this boat is much stronger than a factory Pathfinder.
I say this with confidence because I've tested my work and abused the boat after the build just to see how it handles it.
Rest assured, despite my testing, you'll be buying a boat in perfect brand new shape.
The entire hull is painted using AwlGrip products.
I used 545 primer on the inside and out, and sprayed the topcoats.
The key to a long lasting paint job goes deeper than products used, but more so related to the prep work done (sanding stages, wipe downs, buffing).
Obviously, these steps were taken during the painting of this boat and it is a top-notch paint job.
The tower was custom engineered and designed specifically for this boat.
This allows the tower to be at maximum height without compromising safety.
The tower can safely handle with 2-3 people up top.
The boat can safely handle with persons up top while running at high-speed.
You can even maneuver the boat on a plane with people upstairs!
The tower stands 13.4in high on the trailer.
Legal clearance heights for the state of FL is 13.6.
I've trailered it tower up all across Florida with no issues.
Anywhere an 18 wheeler can pass under, so can this boat.
Again, I've tested this boat fully.
I've even sent her out in 4-6 waves offshore and she cruised out there at 20kts just fine.
The biggest selling point regarding the tower is how its mounted.
A custom-mounting bracket was welded for the tower and was infused into the stringers and further lag bolted into the stringers.
This tower is not going anywhere without the rest of the boat!
Further more the tower is rigged with factory OEM Yamaha dual station controls.
This means that there is a normal Yamaha throttle rigged at both stations, not the dual action shift/speed throttles mostly common on diesel boats.
Also, the OEM Yamaha dual station controls prevent one throttle from being shifted while another throttle is in use.
This is a huge safety feature that will prevent your motors gearbox from being stripped.
Factory Yamaha DS controls also feature more safety by providing a kill switch lanyards at both stations.
Yamaha DS controls are electronically shifted, so even though the throttles are mechanical, they are electronically assisted.
I also replaced all shift cables with Teleflex Xtreme cables (best on the market) so shifting is tight (by setting preference) and smooth as can be.
For electronics, the boat features a total of 3 7in Garmin touch screen units that are all synched together by a Garmin GCV10 sonar unit.
The additional GCV10 sonar unit gives all three units down vue and side vue sonar capabilities.
The units also share BlueChips map data.
The stereo is overkill but I like to party, so if you do too, you'll understand.
The stereo is an older discontinued model from 08, but I searched long and hard to find a brand new unit, because in my opinion, the Clarion CMD4 is best marine unit if you're an audio fanatic.
This unit features adjustable bass and treble knobs that allow for instant tuning.
This unit also features processors that enhance the sound quality and go great with the JL amplifiers.
The stereo is fully controllable from both stations via wired remote.
For speakers, the boat is equipped with a total of 7 (4 6.5in, 2 7.7in, 1 10in subwoofer) JL audio marine grade speakers.
For amps, the subwoofer is powered by a 2ch 600w JL marine amp; the coaxial speakers are powered by a 6ch 600w JL amp.
The motor is really the only used item in this build.
It is the original motor that came with the boat when I purchased it and began this build.
The only reason that is not new too, is because there is no need to replace it as it runs fine!
I've put around 20hrs on the motor myself and she's never skipped a beat.
As part of regular maintenance for a Yamaha nearing 1000hrs, Ive already replaced the hydraulic trim seals, starter, spark plugs, fuel filters including the VST filter, oil and oil filter, lower unit fluid.
The motor is also wired with all new factory OEM Yamaha wire harnesses gauges.
The motor is painted using Imron pearl white with a finished clear coat.
The boat was also equipped with a larger fuel tank that holds around 60gals.
The tank is all plastic, not aluminum or epoxy so it will last a long time without decaying.
The fuel tank was rigged with all new components such as a new intake tube, new sending unit for the fuel gauge, and all new vent and fill up hoses.
The fuel lines back to the motor are also brand new with a new Racor fuel/water separator.
The trailer is also ready to roll.
It is a dual axle Tarpon trailer.
Trailer has been meticulously maintained and will last you years.
Trailer has all new 5 tires including one on the spare.
New led break lights and new bunks with new carpeting.
All new hubs and bearings are also scheduled to be changed within the next few weeks.
In case you wanted to skip the description a quick reference guide to the accessories put into the boat are as follows:
- Twin 1100GPH brand new fully auto bilge pumps
- Baystar hydraulic steering
- Brand new blue LED deck lights
- 35gal recirculating livewell with blue led
- 60gal fuel tank
- Brand new LED nav lights
- Brand new twin Garmin 741xs units at main helm
- Brand new single Garmin 70s unit upstairs
- All Garmin units linked with brand new GCV10 sonar box
- Brand new Clarion CMD4 stereo head unit
- Brand new JL audio amps (600/6 for speakers; 600/1 for sub)
- Brand new JL audio speakers (4 6.6's, 2 7.7's, and 1 10in sub)
- Brand new stainless hardware all around (screws, hinges, latches, steering wheels)
- Brand new wired remote for stereo in tower
- Brand new Yamaha rigging (throttles, cables, key switches)
- Lenco trim tabs (wired in tower and at main helm)
- Brand new wiring all throughout the boat with new connectors
- Brand new on board charging system
- 2 brand new gel batterie
- Brand new AwlGrip paint all around
- Brand new stainless steel through hull fittings all around
- Brand new plumbing hoses all around
- Fixed position 8in set back jack plate
- 2005 225hp 4stroke Yamaha
- Yamaha Dual Station controls
- Brand new white keel guard.
Completely unique Pathfinder build; you will not find another one like it unless you build it yourself.
Must ride on it to truly appreciate, it.
Built to fish AND built to party, what more does a man need??? call or text anytime for info 954 304 1538.