This is a prime example of an Island Hopper. Even though is is an older hull it has been maintained exceptionally well and constantly upgraded. This is a strong, durable, dependable boat that is economical to own and operate and whose working life will be measured not in years, but additional decades.
The Island Hopper 30 was originally developed over 3-1/2 decades ago to fill the need for a small, versatile, commercial grade vessel with strength, durability and a long working life that could be bought for, and maintained at, a reasonable cost. Today it remains as true to those original goals as the day the first Island Hopper was built.
Individually built to order using quality commercial grade components, entirely hand-laid including a solid fiberglass hull with no coring, rugged durability and long life are the trademarks of Island Hoppers everywhere.
Over the years Island Hoppers have developed a devout following far beyond what the original developer foresaw. Fishing captains depend on Island Hoppers worldwide and the same is true for the dive, parasail, ferry and numerous other water-oriented businesses. With literally hundreds of Island Hoppers in service worldwide it has established itself as one of the premier workboats in use today.
The Standard Island Hopper 30 is a wide beam vessel that provides the performance, stability, and ride sought by boaters everywhere. The Island Hopper 30 offers a 12-foot beam for unmatched stability and comfort while trolling or at anchor. She planes out quickly, providing fast speed and economical operating costs. Hull design has a deep-V entry forward changing to a flat three-degree deadrise aft. Double-wide chines and a self-bailing deck are also strong points. Beam at widest point is 12 feet 4 inches. Freeboard is 58 inches at the bow, 40 inches at the transom. Draft is 26 inches. Hull construction is of hand-laminated glass, woven roving of eight to 18 laminations resulting in a one- to two-inch layer in the bottom of the hull. All critical points such as chines, bow, and keel are strengthened with extra layers of glass, and the bottom is stiffened with four longitudinal stringers. Two 100-gallon fuel tanks provide long range cruising. Economical diesel engines are standard. This boat is USCG certified for 20 passengers and two crew.
Please contact the listing broker, Bob Ledbetter, directly at 561-706-7181 to discuss this boat. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bob Ledbetter is a manufacturer’s rep with responsibilities for Dive Businesses in Florida, the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, and South America. He has contacts and customers from Argentina to Micronesia. He is a boat broker specializing in the sale of dive boats and has sold many dive boats over the last 14 years. He maintains a mailing list of over 3500 active dive businesses in the Western Hemisphere who receive regular mailings on dive boats. Please contact Bob Ledbetter at (561) 706-7181
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Дополнительные спецификации, оборудование и информация:
Верфь: Island Hopper
Страна приписки: Соединенные Штаты Америки
Наибольшая длина (LOA): 30 футы 0 дюймы
Ширина: 12 футы 4 дюймы
Минимальная осадка: 3 футы 6 дюймы
Воздушный габарит для прохода под мостами: 19 футы 0 дюймы
Угол килеватости на транце: 3 ° at Transom
Общая мощность: 420 HP
Марка двигателя: Cat
Модель двигателя: 3126
Тип двигателя: Стационарный
Тип двигателя/топлива: Дизель
Место стоянки: Центр
Часы наработки двигателя: 345
Тип привода: С прямым приводом
Мощность двигателя: 420 HP
Число кают: 1
Число санузлов: 1
Число мест для сидения: 14
Электрическая трюмная помпа
Электрическая цепь: 12В
Внешнее и дополнительное оборудование
Общая вместимость спасательного плота: 12
This boat has served the current owner well for many years. They recently have purchased 2 large Newtons and need to sell this boat to make room at the dock.
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.