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Grady White 225 Tournament

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Boat REF# 161535
Price
removed from sale
LOA 8.53m (28'0")
Year 2006
Construction GRP
Underwater profile Planing
Engine 1 x petrol 250hp, Yamaha F250AETX (2006)
Lying Phuket

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Extra Details

Designer Grady White
Builder Grady White
Lying Phuket
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Fuel capacity 363.0 ltr (79.9 G) Total - 1 Tanks
Water capacity 38.0 ltr (8.4 G) Total - 1 Tanks

Mechanical

Engine 1 x petrol 250hp
Engine make and model Yamaha F250AETX (2006)
Engine Hours engine1:   250
Engine Cooled Direct
Steering Wheel
Drive outboard
Prop(s) 3 Blade S/S
Fuel consumption (approx) 40.0 ltr (8.8 G) /hour At Cruising Speed
Cruising speed (approx) 25 knots
Max speed (approx) 35 knots
Engine spares tick

Spare Yamaha FT9.9GMHL "Hi Thrust" on Garalick bracket (approx 1 Hr use).
Yamaha Saltwater Series II Prop.
Sea Star Hydraulic Steering / S.S. Wheel.
Bennett Hydraulic Trim Tabs
Batteries: (2) Mastervolt 12v 90Ah (New 2012)
Electrical Outlets: (4)
Inverter 110v (1)
Inverter 220v (1)
Solar: Trickle Charger

Dimensions

LOA 8.53m (28'0")
Beam 2.44m (8'0")
Draft Min 0.60m (2'0")
Draft Max 0.90m (2'11")
Displacement 1,905kg (4,200.0lbs)
Storage Dry storage

Electrical Systems

12 volt, 2 batteries charged by: engine, solar panels

Construction

10% discount on ultrasonic antifouling
Construction GRP
Underwater profile Planing
Finish Gelcoat finish

100% hand laid hull and deck GRP construction.
Antifouling: Hull - Micron 66 in 2012.
Aluminum Drive: Trilux 66 in 2012
United States Coast Guard "Basic Flotation" Certification.
Low profile 316 S.S. bow rail.
Cockpit toe rails.
Non-skid fiberglass deck.
Self bailing cockpit with S.S. through hull fittings.

Accommodation

Heads 1 heads (Manual)
Pressurised water system tick
Raw water wash tick
Cockpit shower tick

Nav Equipment

Compass tick
VHF tick
Chart plotter tick
Stereo tick
Navigation lights tick
Fish Finder tick

VHF is hand held floating Icom

Deck Gear

All-over cover tick
Warps tick
Fenders tick
Swim Platform tick
Swim Ladder tick
Cockpit Enclosure tick
Bimini tick

Electric Maxwell windlass
2 anchors
(13 lb traditional / Fortress FX11)
0.00m (0'0") of chain
30.48m (100'0") of warp
Bimini: 2/3rd length S.S. Fixed-Frame with 100% waterproof "Nylex" top. "Cool-A-Roo" roll up/down side panels. Roll up/down front/side windscreens.
Full length cover, including separate cover for both engines. Fenders (4). Dock lines (4). S.S. Ski Pylon
Custom teak folding aft bench seat. 4 rod holders.
6 rod storage holders. Freshwater Deck Shower.
Livewell 22 US Gal / 83 liters with light and full column distribution 1100 GPH / 4164 LPH
Anchors: 13lb Traditional with 100' of rode/chain (Never Used)
Fortress FX11 (New, not yet installed) 5lb Lewmar "Lunch Hook" (Never Used)
Maxwell RC6 Windlass (Not yet installed. Still in shipping box)
2/3 Split anchor hatch and hardware from Grady-White for new windlass (Not installed).

Fishing

Rod Holders 4 Rod Holders
Live Well 83.0 ltr (18.3 G) Live Well

Safety Equipment

Life buoys tick

10 lifejackets. Rescue throw rope. Rescue throw cushions. "Stay Afloat" (2). 1st Aid-Kit.
Fire extinguisher (1).

Broker's Comments

This dual console bowrider is a great way to get out on Phang-Nga-Bay and explore all the islands between Phuket and Langkawi. Whether it's a day out on the water with the family, or a day fishing with the guys, this boat will deliver. Considered the Rolls Royce of fishing boats, Grady-White boats meet U.S.C.G "Basic Flotation" Certification and have won the marine industries CSI Award from the
National Marine Manufactures Association (NMMA) for 10 consecutive years.
This Grady White 225T was purchased by its present 2nd owner in June 2011 from Raffles Marina in Singapore.
Raffles Marina store their powerboats on 3 story racks indoors when not being used, so the original owner of the would call the marina, have the boat lifted off the racks and put in the water when he wanted to use it and afterwards, the marina would lift the boat, wash it down and put it back on the racks. Consequently, after 4 years of ownership the boat only had 200 hours on the original Yamaha F250 engine when purchased by the current owner. She was transported by a low loader flatbed truck from S’pore, to Langkawi in late 2011 where she stayed until Langkawi registration was completed. The boat was then run the last 125NM up to Phuket. On arrival in January 2012, the boat underwent an extensive refit throughout 2012 including:
1) Installation of a new “Garalick” bracket for a new standby engine. 2) Installation of a new Yamaha FT9.9GMHL “High Thrust” engine. 3) Installation of a new Racor/Parker Fuel Filter/Water Separator. 4) Installation of fuel lines/plumbing for the new engine. 5) Removal of the original aft folding seat and fabrication of a new teak bench seat. 6) Replacement of the plastic cup holders (8) with Stainless Steel cup holders. 7) Removal of the original “Portta-Potty”. 8) Installation of a compact Jabsco Marine Head and all associated plumbing.
9) Removal of the original stainless steel/sunbrella folding bimini. 10) Fabrication of a 2/3rd length fixed-frame bimini. 11) Fabrication of a “Nylex” (100% waterproof) fabric top, imported from Australia. 12) Fabrication of “Cool-A-Roo” side weather panels, brought in from Abu Dhabi. 13) Fabrication of front and side roll-up/down windows.
14) Re-cutting the full-length boat cover (Re-cut to accommodate the new Bimini vertical supports) 15) Replacement of the two original 12V batteries, with two new Mastervolt AGM 90Ah batteries in 2012. 16) Moving the batteries from their original location, aft,to their new location, forward, under the helm. 17) Installation of a 3 socket DC outlet at the helm to power iPad, GPS, Cell Phone etc. 18) Installation of both 110VAC and 220VAC invertors.
19) Application of Micron 66 antifouling to the hull and Trilux 33 to the aluminum drive and lower casing of the main engine. 20) Removal of the original swim ladder from the aft swim platform and installing a new “over the rail” ladder on the starboard side, just aft of the helm. 21) Purchase of a new Maxwell RC6 windlass, 2/3 split anchor hatch from the manufacturer and a new Fortress FX-11 anchor. (These items are available, but have not yet been installed on the boat)
All of the above works were completed during 2012 by reputable companies with their offices at the Boat Lagoon in Phuket. All receipts are available.
In addition to the above work done on the boat, also included are:
1) Grady-White Owners Manual. 2) Owners manuals for each engine – Yamaha F250AETX and FT9.9GMHL Yamaha F250AETX Total Hours: 250 Hrs (Fuel Burn: 40 lph @ 25kts approx.)
Yamaha FT9.9GMHL Total Hours: 1 Hr (Fuel Burn: 4 lph @ 5 kts approx.) 3) Yamaha Saltwater Series II Propeller (F250) 4) Bennett Trim Tabs. 5) Parts manuals for each engine (Obtained from Yamaha in Abu Dhabi, UAE) 6) Yamaha Engine Fogging Oil – 10 cans remaining (Whenever the boat was placed into long term storage, 1 month or longer, the engine was “Fogged” to protect the engine from corrosion. Ordered from Yamaha in Japan.
7) Startron Fuel Treatment. 10 bottles remaining. This was added with each fuel fill-up to help increase fuel economy, eliminate carbon buildup and help eliminate problems with ethanol (E-10)
8) Oil-Filter wrench for the F250 Yamaha (This engine requires a specialized wrench to assist in making the changing of the oil filter much easier than if attempted without) 9) Salt-Away Kit. After each use, the engines were flushed with Salt-Away in order to prevent corrosion. 10) 4 fenders. 11) 4 docklines. 12) 13lb Traditional anchor with 100’ of anchor rode/chain (In addition to new Fortress FX11 mentioned above. Item #21) 13) Rescue Throw Rope – 50’. 14) Eight (8) lifejackets. 15) 2 Rescue throw cushions (Deluxe West Marine) 16) Kenwood AM/FM/CD Stereo. 17) Raymarine A65 Chartplotter/Fishfinder. 18) Icom handheld VHF (Floating) 19) Andaman Sea Pilot Book.
20) Two (2) New Zinc Anodes for F250 Engine. 21) Ten (10) 2 ½ gallon jerry cans for additional fuel. 22) Spare Oil Filter for the F250. 23) Spare Impeller for the F250. 24) Two (2) spare Racor/Parker fuel filter/water separators. 25) 10 gallon freshwater tank. 26) Freshwater shower and toilet hose. 27) Fire Extinguisher. 28) 1,500 gph bilge pump. 29) Raw water washdown. 30) Solar panel for battery trickle-charging. 31) Oil pump for F250 (This is a 15,000B item in Thailand) 32) Two (2) additional sets of new spark plugs (12) for the F250. 33) Fuel Filter Funnel 5gpm (West Marine). 34) Additional drain plugs for both the Aluminum Drive and the Hull. 35) Additional spare Red lanyard (Yamaha) for either engine.
In addition the owner has put together a comprehensive owner/operators manual detailing all onboard systems, their location, and operation for the new owner. A copy of which is available on request to serious buyers.

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

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