30′ Maxum SCR 3000 – Sharp Boat ! 1997 – $31,500
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30′ Maxum SCR 3000 – Sharp Boat ! 1997 – $31,500

 

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MAXUM SCR 3000

A very economical and rare single engine SCR 3000.  Her MerCruiser 7.4 with 310 hp. will get you moving in the high teens quite comfortably and she will reach high twenties whenever needed….all the while saving considerable fuel costs over the twin engine models.

The boat was re-powered in 2012 and has about 200 hours on that replacement engine.  She just came out of the shop last month following routine maintenance and service work to the engine and Bravo II outdrive.  See all of those details in the ‘specifications’ category below.

Overall, this boat has been quite well maintained by her former owners of fifteen years, and recently had a new full canvas enclosure made for her aft deck.  Her interior fabric coverings and cushions are all in excellent condition. Salon carpet professionally cleaned just this week.  While there are minimal electronics, with the newest navigation software now available for an inexpensive laptop, you’ll be good to go.

“The Dove” can sleep six adults in her main salon queen berth with privacy curtain, the convertible dining settee and mid-cabin queen berth.  Or, use the aft deck ‘sleeper’ conversion for the kids overnight and enjoy the interior in privacy.

A great design, very spacious for 32′ length overall. Lots and lots of storage, economical to run, and now she’s in excellent mechanical condition, because we just took care of all that for you !

Come take a look….a very nice boat.

David @ 206.225.3360, david@pacificmarine.org

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Specifications:

DIMENSIONS:

32’ 9” LOA

9’ 11” Beam

3’ 7” Max draft

11,500 lbs dry weight

150 glns. fuel in two tanks – aluminum

40 glns. freshwater – poly tank

30 glns. waste – poly tank

 

SALON and GALLEY:

Luxuriously upholstered in beige faux leather and quality wall coverings

Multiple conversions for the settee: card table, dining, double berth sleeper

LED overhead lighting is bright and low wattage

Multiple adjustable reading lamps at the settee and both berths

Good ventilation and engine heated cabin air outlet

Carpets professionally cleaned 12/12/17

Single stainless galley sink and tall faucet

Samsung microwave with carousel

Norcold Model DE-35, 110/12v refrigeration

Origo 2-burner alcohol/electric stove top

JVC KT-RS 211 AM/FM/cassette deck

JVC MK-77 Twelve Disc CD changer

Four JVC speakers in salon and aft deck

Mid-cabin converts from “U” seating area with table to double berth

CO-2 alarm

Three fire extinguishers

Two First Aid kits

Privacy curtains for fwd. queen and mid-cabin double berth

Head with wand shower and Jabsco manual toilet

 

MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL and DECK:

MerCruiser 7.4 inboard V-8, 310 hp with less than 200 hours (2012 replacement)

Engine fully serviced, November 2017

Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF

Danforth 3″ helm compass

Bravo II outdrive with three-blade prop, fully serviced November 2017

Trim tabs

Bottom painted in summer 2015

Danforth 20lb anchor on bow pulpit

Aft Deck canvas enclosure new in 2013

Lines and fenders

30 amp. shore power

Two Group 27 AGM start batteries (new 2016)

Four 6 volt AGM batteries for house (new 2016)

Integral swim step with folding swim ladder

Aft deck shower and wet bar on aft deck

Lines and fenders, boat pole, life jackets, signal horn

 

RECENT MAINTENANCE, NOVEMBER 2017:

The Maxum was trailered to Lieb Marine Service in Ballard in late October of this year.  While at Lieb Marine she received a complete engine and outdrive removal and the following service and maintenance was accomplished:

Replace the Universal joints in the outdrive.

Replace gimbal bearings and exhaust bellows in the housing.

Check and replace gimbal ring shaft fitting in the housing.

New zincs and anodes for the outdrive lower unit.

New hydraulic lift cylinders and power assist hoses

Replace starter motor and fuel pump

Replace any hydraulic lube hoses which had rusted fittings.

Replace flywheel coupler and motor mounts.

Replace trim limiter and sensor kit.

New zincs on trim tabs

Engine block clean up, outdrive fluid check and impeller check, all repainted

The hull bottom was painted summer 2015.  Hull was stripped to gelcoat below the waterline and recoated with two-part epoxy paint, new zinc set on tabs and outdrive replaced again in Nov. 2017.

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Service and maintenance records since 2004 are onboard

All of the Operations and Owner’s Manuals are onboard

39 Factory Brochure

PowerBoat Guide Specs.

 

39 Factory Brochure

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