This very nice
22' Sea Hunt Victory 215 with very low hours has been well
maintained and received an overall refit in 2018 by the current
owner with 40 years in all kinds of boats!
Powered by the 60
deg Johnson OceanPro 150 - very reliable, smooth, powerful and quiet
2 stroke outboard motor. Easy start, smoke free, good idle.
Cabin for two with ample sitting headroom. New Unused Portable
Toilet under V Berth Filler, original cushions in good condition,
well ventilated interior, deck hatch and opening sidelights with
screens. Stowage lockers under the V berth. Overhead and sides
covered in polypropylene cloth. Teak binocular holder. Cabin Lights.
Huge cockpit for
a boat this size, complete walk around side decks, plenty of room
for everyone that wants to fish
pedestal chair provides a comfortable position behind the
custom-designed instrument panel and a stainless wheel aided by
Teleflex No-Feed Back Steering.
polished Steering Knob
Lots of Great Storage
Anchor locker in
the boat with cover
2 Storage lockers
with doors under both helm chairs
2 Storage lockers
with covers under seating behind helm chairs
Port aft locker
has Oil Reservoir and Oil Pump and Battery #2
Stbd aft locker
has Battery #1, Perko Battery Switches, Racor Fuel Filter
Live Bait Well
LOA: 22 ft 0
inBeam: 8 ft 6 inMaximum Draft: 1 ft 3 inDeadrise: 18 ° at
TransomDry Weight: 2500 lbs (does not include Outboard)Max Load
Capacity: 2100 lbs
Fuel Tank 80 gals in a single aluminum tank on the
centerline with removable deck panel overTank inspected, hoses and
clamps inspected, new fuel line to Racor installed.
for 8 persons for up to 2100 lbs
with Cover and FrameFull Canvas and Isinglass EnclosureNew Front
Isinglass PanelFull Boat Storage Cover
Combination GPS Plotter with world base charts, Depth Sounder and
Speed with newest manufacturer updates
Standard Horizon VHF
New Richie Compass
Stereo / CD
Player with Cockpit Speakers
with Perko Isolation Switch
New 30 amp
circuit to Helm for new Horn and expanded Bus Bar for future
additions with Perko Isolation Switch
New Life Ring
with 60' of float line
New Fire Extinguisher
New Dual Ram Horn
Electric Bilge Pump
Stainless Bow Roller
New Horizon Claw
16.5# Galv Anchor for boats 24 - 28'
New Galv Chain
150' 5/8 Nylon
with Swimming Ladder
Rings on transform for towing or tubing
Self Bailing Cockpit
Fully Welded Rails
recessed stainless cleats allow for easy mooring and docking
New Stern light
New SS Perko Bow
lights P&S either side of anchor platform
New Sea Dog
Braided Nylon Docklines - two 15s and two 20s
New Fenders x 2
New Helm Chairs
New Helm Chair covers
4 In Deck Rod Holders
Johnson OceanPro 150
Serial # 04912604
Hours approx 280
New Fuel / Oil
New Fuel lines
and primer bulb
New Oil pump line
by Johnson Dealer. Work on Outboard in Dec 2017 included replacement
of all 6 float bowels and rebuild of carbs. New Thermostat and
overall inspection of engine. Good compression on all cylinders.
Spent approx $2,500.
This is quote
from Sea Hunt:The hull is solid glass- no core except for a layer of
Coremat to control print through. Stringers are molded fiberglass,
foam filled. Composite transoms were optional in 2001- there would
be a Coosa decal on the outside of the transom if it has composite.
The deck has Klegecell coring in the floor and Nylaboard backing for
hardware attachment points. The Johnson 150 HP was the standard
motor and it was rated for up to 225 HP.
Gelcoat in very
good condition on hull, bottom very good. Topsides gelcoat waxes up
good. Entire boat inside and out was compounded and waxed this season.
LoadRite dual axle
4 New Radial
Tires and Galv. Rims
New Boat Loading Guides
As Broker and
Owner, having invested around 100 hours this spring going over this
boat and doing the work, I find an exceptionally well built boat,
attention to quality and detail. Good solid construction. Well
designed overall. Excellent seating arrangement for 6 persons.
Underway with 2
persons aboard and full fuel, we can jog along at 18 to 20 knots in
the 3500 RPM range and with 4 persons aboard, the performance is
still there with plenty of unused power. Top end in the high 30s to
40s. I don't know as I have not pushed it much beyond 30 knots.
Boat is very
comfortable in open water, very stable in beam seas due to hull
design. Fuel burn around 4 GPH at 20 knots.
This is a fun
boat to drive when conditions permit at 25 knots, it feels pretty
effortless to maintain this speed. RPMs around 4100.