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Old 02-10-2020, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default WTB 23' 24' or 26' Penn Yan Flybridge

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I'm looking for a needle in a haystack in the dead of winter but here it goes. I've been on the hunt for a 23' 24' or 26' Penn Yan boat. It must have a flybridge and it must be a straight inboard with a tunnel drive. Boat also needs to be structurally sound, solid floors, seats, and rear deck hatches. I work full time and just don't have the resources to rebuild a complete boat. A turn key unmolested boat would be perfect but will entertain a boat that needs repowering. I can be reached at mcantamessa@dot.nyc.gov or
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Old 02-10-2020, 02:45 PM   #2
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Hello all,
I'm looking for a needle in a haystack in the dead of winter but here it goes. I've been on the hunt for a 23' 24' or 26' Penn Yan boat. It must have a flybridge and it must be a straight inboard with a tunnel drive. Boat also needs to be structurally sound, solid floors, seats, and rear deck hatches. I work full time and just don't have the resources to rebuild a complete boat. A turn key unmolested boat would be perfect but will entertain a boat that needs repowering. I can be reached at mcantamessa@dot.nyc.gov or
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Hey bouyhead we are practically neighbors. I am from Oceanside. You are truly looking for a needle in a haystack here on the Lake. A Penn Yan especially with a flybridge is really not the typical boat you find on Winnipesaukee.

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Welcome to the Forum Buoyhead. That's a unique boat. I feel like I saw such a boat some decades ago at the Glendale docks. I don't recall the Penn Yan dealer, but maybe somebody here knows the dealer from way back when, The boat is unusual enough that the dealer may recall who owned it, or maybe somebody worked on it?
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Hey bouyhead we are practically neighbors. I am from Oceanside. You are truly looking for a needle in a haystack here on the Lake. A Penn Yan especially with a flybridge is really not the typical boat you find on Winnipesaukee.

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Small world as they say! Where in Oceanside are you? My tax guy lives on Carrel Blvd and skies behind a yellow and black Mastercraft X-7
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Welcome to the Forum Buoyhead. That's a unique boat. I feel like I saw such a boat some decades ago at the Glendale docks. I don't recall the Penn Yan dealer, but maybe somebody here knows the dealer from way back when, The boat is unusual enough that the dealer may recall who owned it, or maybe somebody worked on it?
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Thank you for the welcome Descant. I agree, the Penn Yan with the tunnel drive is quite unusual but very useful in all the skinny water we have here on the south shore of Long Island. If I'm not mistaken the 26' flybridge boat only draws 19" of water!!
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Small world as they say! Where in Oceanside are you? My tax guy lives on Carrel Blvd and skies behind a yellow and black Mastercraft X-7
Lived on Yost off of Lawson Blvd then Cheshire off Foxhurst Rd. I am in Saint James until July then I am moving to the lake.
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Small world as they say! Where in Oceanside are you? My tax guy lives on Carrel Blvd and skies behind a yellow and black Mastercraft X-7
One of my best friends from college grew up a street over from Carrel on Illona Lane!
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