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62' Striker Sportfish for sale.. SOLD

Discussion in 'Sportfish Yachts' started by Danvilletim, Apr 24, 2016.

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  1. Danvilletim

    Danvilletim Senior Member

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    I have enjoyed the heck out of refitting, cruising, and fishing our 62' Striker and its time to move up to something larger. We got the boat a bit over 2 years ago and the previous owner took care of the repower to 31412 CATs. We moved the boat to San Diego to embark on a $250K refit getting the boat to yacht like standards. I'd say we got an amazing amount of work done with some great people in San Diego. We are still going to lose a large amount of money, but we enjoyed the boat and have learned a ton! I've included a few pics but can share and entire album.. Just send PM.

    Price is $549,000.

    Nicest 62 Striker w CAT re-power and Major Refit. The 62 Striker is a fishing machine beast with 2800hp and a 21.5" beam. This is a much sought after Holland built model that is LLC owned.

    • Ready to cruise & Fish.
    • Re-powered with CAT 3413 Electronic engines
    • Full interior refit from headliner, soft-goods, carpets - including all new fly and sun cushions
    • Huge 21.5' beam means incredible stability and larger accommodation than normal found on a 62'. You would need to get to 80' in the Viking sport fisher lineup to reach this width.
    • Proven boat has crossed the Panama canal and has cruised 1,000 nautical miles in 2015. And already at 650 for 2015.
    • 2015 14' Mercury RIB with 40hp Suzuki (loaded with GPD/Fish-finder, Underwater LED lights, Stereo)
    • LLC Owned
    • MARAD wavier certificate allows for legal charters ( boat has not been chartered)

    Fully Fished Rigged
    • 45' Outriggers with center stinger poles
    • Eskimo Ice maker
    • Cockpit Bait Freezer ( can also chill 8 cases of beer)
    • Large rear 100g bait tank and two in cockpit bait tanks
    • Fish cleaning station with hot and cold water
    • Gin pole for block and tackle hauling of large fish
    • 1000 lbs winch aligned with Cockpit door to pull in largest Tuna
    • Convenient direct access to day head
    Yacht Style Accommodations
    • New headliner throughout with new LED lightning and all new light switch fixtures
    • New soft-goods including ultra leather soft and large dinette
    • 55' flatscreen LED TV with new Intellien i2 Sat TV
    • Large galley with commercial style under-counter freezer and double fridge, trash compactor, ice-marker, and stove.
    • New Washer and Dryer
    Deck / Paint
    • Freshly painted all deck surfaces (fly, cockpit, foredeck)
    • 1500lbs Marquip Davit. All functions hyrdaulic, including extension out/in.
    • New LED Flybridge lights
    • Custom made high gloss teak table and 6 chairs (w stamoid cover).
    • Givens Liferaft (re-packed & certified)
    Immaculate Engine Room
    • Freshly painted and lit engine room with LED lights
    • 3412 E Cat Engines (PEEC) with 2400 hours. Fully serviced including value adjustments by Quinn Power 175 hours ago.
    • Two 28KW Phasor Generators - New exhaust system on both sides
    Entertainment
    • New Salon 55" TV with Receiver and Blueray + all new speakers
    • New 28" Samsung flat screen with Receiver and Blueray + all new speakers
    • New Satellite TV.
    Electronics
    • Dual Navnet 12" MFDs
    • Simard and redundant ComNav Autopilot
    • Furnuno AIS and XM Weather
    • 4 VHF Radios
    • Tri Data - Depth, Temp, Speed

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  2. Danvilletim

    Danvilletim Senior Member

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    And a couple interior shots.. We did all the softwoods..... new headliner.... new LED lights for cans, rope - under cabinet, etc. Also put in all new IMTRA / VIMAR light switches, outlets, etc.

    Technically the master stateroom still has the mirror etched and backlit marlins chasing bait... So you can remove the new fabric panels if you want to get old school.

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  3. PacBlue

    PacBlue Senior Member

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    Very tastefully done!
  4. Wl3175

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    i have seen the boat first hand in San Francisco .The boat is stunning and is in immaculate shape .The engine room is so clean you could eat off the floor
  5. Danvilletim

    Danvilletim Senior Member

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    Thanks for the kind words. I did my first video in 20 years. Good shot of the repainted ans newly lit engine room.

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    Hello,

    Was wondering if you have sold her yet? Beautiful boat!! My name is Ken and email is

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  7. Danvilletim

    Danvilletim Senior Member

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    Still for sale. But itching to go to Mexico! Just replaced the auger motor on the Eskimo ice maker and re-rigging to out riggers this week. Giant blue are showing up off San Diego and Mexico so we are fishing our way to Ensenda for a long weekend.

    Starting to have too much fun on this boat! Then again a bigger boat?
  8. Capt J

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    A bigger boat doesn't necessarily mean a fun boat. If you love fishing a SF is where you should stay. Hotel rooms are cheap.
  9. Danvilletim

    Danvilletim Senior Member

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    Ideally 85 motor yacht and tow 36 center console w triple Yamaha 300 center console. Run 10 knots to the next anchorage and 45 knots to the fish. Already have the center console picked out
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    39' Seavee with 3-350s was THE BEST riding/running center console I've ever run. 63mph top, 1 mpg up to 44mph. 300s would only slow it down about 4 mph.
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    Danvilletim Senior Member

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    Pricing Update! We just did a MASSIVE price drop from $525 to $399,000 which is good for 25 days... If it doesn't sell it will be going on a containership to spend the summer on East Coast and will be taken off the market. If it does sell, we'll I guess we will be boating in France this summer :). Seriously we have $650K in this boat right now.

    We did get two offers since the Sunday price drop, but $399K is the number. No less.
  12. PacBlue

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    Wow, what a beautiful SF at a great price!
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    just curious, what is your shipping quote?
  14. Danvilletim

    Danvilletim Senior Member

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    $50-60K depending. The Striker has a 6-7' bow pulpit. All alum. If I cut it off I can save close to $6500. Easy enough to cut off. What do people think?
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    Since you asked. Seriously? You would likely spend that removing, and reinstalling it ...or modifying the bow if you are removing it permanently.
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    Between the platform & the railing being cutting it off, then welding it back on with pipe inserts for strength on the railing ,grinding the paint back far enough on both surfaces to transition to good fairing surfaces then priming the aluminum and then fairing and top coating you would be in the negative in my opinion. I don't know how old your topcoat is or what system is on the boat but even with a very skilled applicator it would be a crap shoot to have a blend up there and it not be noticeable.
    BTW. Hands down the nicest Striker out there. You've done a fantastic job picking equipment and materials. That's an amazing amount of boat for twice the money being that its turn key and looks to need nothing.
  17. Danvilletim

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    Hey Guys. El Guapo got some dock rash, broken outrigger, ripped canvas, and a few other things in Irma All just cosmetic. We are getting a check from Insurance company and need to decide whether to drop the price or comit to a refit and keep the boat.

    Since this post we did 700 miles in Bahamas. Engines and genset are services, props are get full recon and dyn balance next week along w cutlass bearing.

    The price is going to drop to $340 or so until we pull the trigger on a full repaint.
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    At that price she is a steal . Somebody is going to get a great deal .
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    What have you liked best about her so far?
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    The interior is awesome w 21 beam. And also very stable under way or at anchor. I've heard she catches fish and has won a bunch of tournaments, but sadly not under my watch. I am very happy we got her to Bahamas this fall.

    We still might repaint her and cruise the north east this summer. We will see how things progress.
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