SeaTek – Custom 36 Express

Maryland, United States
$268,000

Jersey built pocket battlewagon.  The SeaTek 36 features a solid hull and strong Cummins inboard power to get you out and back in style and comfort.  She’s got the lines and seakeeping of a Carolina style boat and she’s rigged to fish.  Tons of recent upgrades and all maintenance is up to date.  See her this coming weekend at the Bay Bridge Boat Show in Stevensville, MD.  Additional details coming soon…

Basic Boat Info

Make
SeaTek
Year
2008
Condition
Used
Category
Power
Construction
Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID
VNW36122C708
Has Hull ID
Yes

Dimensions

Length
36 ft
Length Overall
36 ft
Beam
14 ft
Max Draft
3.5 ft
Cabins Count
1

Engines / Speed

Engines
2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make : Cummins
  • Model : 6QSC8.3
  • Fuel : Diesel
  • Engine Power : 500 hp
  • Type : Inboard
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make : Cummins
  • Model : 6QSC8.3
  • Fuel : Diesel
  • Engine Power : 500 hp
  • Type : Inboard
Total Engine Power
1,000 hp

Tanks

Fuel Tanks
1
Fuel Tank Capacity
420 gal
Water Tanks
1
Water Tank Capacity
106 gal
Holding Tank Count
1
Holding Tank Capacity
20 gal

Other

Heads Count
1
Boat Class
Express Cruiser, Saltwater Fishing, Sports Fishing Boats

Additional Info

Broker notes
What a great boat to run!  Plenty of power from the twin cummins diesels with straight shafts, a huge icebox, two fishboxes, great electronics, and a nice ride from the solid, stable hull with a sharp entry and big flare.  The seller tells me when conditions are sloppy they'll typically pass much larger boats.  The cabin boasts a HUGE head and shower, the interior has a teak and holley sole, a forward berth, and a dinette that converts to a second berth.  A nearly new generator, and updated air conditioning make her comfortable for fishing, cruising and overnighting.  And when conditions permit running the boat from the tower gives you great control and visibility.  Call, text or email for additional photos, questions or for an appointment or facetime walkthrough.

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