C-Dory Tomcat - Excellent Condition!! - $135,000 (Anderson Island)

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boat type: powerboat
propulsion type: power
condition: like new
engine hours (total): 292
length overall (LOA): 26
make / manufacturer: C-Dory
model name / number: Tomcat
year manufactured: 2009
After over ten years of great trips around the Northwest I have sadly decided to sell my Tomcat.

After seeing her at the 2010 Seattle Boat Show, I purchased her from Master Marine in April 2010. At the show there were Suzuki 150hp engines fitted but I decided to have the 175's installed for better performance and the new VVT engine system. This system along with the 3X16X23 props result in amazing economy for the boats size.

This Tomcat has the apparently very rare interior that is fully upholstered in marine vinyl.

I have made a number of improvements over the years, mostly by myself other than the electronics and the fabrication of the frame for the davit system since I wanted the stainless parts fully polished.

The only thing that isn't fully operational is the watermaker, for which I have the parts but haven't had time to finish.

She is in awesome condition!

She has always been kept indoors except for a few days between trips. I do have a very nice cover for the boat if it has to be outside for more than a few hours.

Ideally, I would like the 2001 Ford Excursion to go with the boat but since it has the much loved 7.3L diesel and 187K miles, it should be easy to sell separately. The Excursion will add $10,000 to the price.

For shipping to Alaska, I received a shipping quote to Seward of $9,476.13 for the boat and trailer.

I understand a new Tomcat today would run upwards of $250K with just a minimum of electronics!

Here are the specs:

2010 Suzuki 175hp DF175TXZ 292 hours
2010 Suzuki 175hp DF175TX 292 hours
2008 Suzuki 6hp DF6SK8
2009 EZ load trailer

LOA 25’5″
Beam 8’6″
Headroom 6’5″
Cockpit 4’6″ long x 5’9″ wide
Fuel Capacity 150 gals
Water Capacity 30 gals
Tow Weight 9,500 lbs (Boat, Motors, Trailer, & Fuel)
For shipping and storage purposes, the total length of boat on trailer is 35'

Rear steering station
30 Amp shorepower with battery charger
Pressurized water system with 6 gallon hot water tank
Enclosed hot and cold stand up shower
Hydraulic steering
Four foot fish boxes with macerator pumps
Opening front center window
Dual electric wiper motors
Bow hatch

Below I have listed specs and some of the improvements I've made over the years.

2022 Dinghy wheels $150
2022 Zodiac 270 Aero $1,710
2022 NOCO 3 bank lithuim charger $160
2022 (2) Renogy 100AH lithium starting batteries $1,100
2021 (4) trailer tires Goodyear 235/85R16 $1,075
2021 Simrad NSS12 Chart plotter $4,073
2021 Renogy 170AH house battery $800
2015 Nature's Head Toilet $895
2013 Propex HS2800 10K BTU heater $1,200
2012 Whistler Pro 2000 watt inverter $229
2012 Kuum Stow stainless grill $190
2011 Larger sink $100
2011 8" Faucet $40
2011 (2) Scotty Downriggers w/ext $1,800
2010 Emerson Microwave $75
2010 Derrick Rooftop Davit System $1,800
2010 Maxwell Freedom 500 windlass $500
2010 Anchor & chain $400
2010 (2) 10lb lite propane cylinders $300
2010 Navico BR24 Radar $2,000
2010 2008 Suzuki DF6 outboard $800

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