Known for their legendary reliability, style and exceptional performance, Lund Boats are the pinnacle of the sport and recreational fishing world.  With her unique aluminum hull construction, wide beam and specially designed hull shape, she maintains great stability in rough seas.  And that that lets you concentrate on the fishing!  The pros agree — Lund Boats are perhaps the very best built boats in their class.

This Baron Magnum ‘Gran Sport’ model is top-of-the-line for the largest boat Lund made at the time.  She is an unusual configuration with an inboard MerCruiser 5.0 MPI engine to power the Alpha outdrive. There is also a Yamaha Four stroke 8hp kicker motor.

The boat was minimally used in the past few years, and now after our recent work she is again in excellent condition overall.

We have just completed a full renovation and have invested an enormous amount of time and significant expense to bring this Lund 2150 to her very best condition.  She’s running right and ready to go. Please take time to read about our extensive work described below.  We think you’ll be impressed.

The boat has an E-Z Loader dual axle trailer with new 14×65 white steel wheels and two additional swiveling cockpit seats (as shown in photos). Other accessories include a Garmin EchoMap 95 chart plotter/GPS, iCom VHF radio and Clarion Stereo with four cockpit speakers.

There is a cockpit cover with full standing height, a small cover for the foredeck area and also a full boat cover for longer term storage.  All of these pieces were professionally cleaned and are in good condition.

Please take time to read about our extensive work on this boat and to see forty photos at our webpage;  We think you’ll be impressed.

Call soon to set an appointment to see the 21’ Lund in Ballard … but please, no text messages.  David, 206.225.3360



Length; 21′ 10″

Beam; 8′

Depth; 2′ (Approx/)

Weight; 3,200 Lbs. (Approx.)

Fuel Capacity: 80 Gallons in centerline aluminum tank


Photo Gallery — Click to enlarge and scroll


Integrated Features:

MerCruiser 5.0 V-8 MPI with 260 hp.

Less than 100 hours on the main engine

Sound nsulated and cushioned engine box cover with durable cup holders

Yamaha ‘Four Stroke’ 8 hp kicker outboard

Separate throttle/shift controls for both engines

Combined wheel steering systems to steer both engines

Hydraulic rack and pinion steering control

Fully carpeted in long lasting material impervious to UV

Foredeck controller for winch, 12v/24v connections, battery indicator lights

Mid-deck battery storage provides power to an optional electric trolling motor

Powerwinch 24’ electric anchor winch, 100’ of 3/8” line

Galvanized anchor in foredeck with collapsible flukes, 30’ line

Foredeck seating cushions in good condition

Two foredeck live wells with new circulating pumps

Padded bow bolsters and cargo net storage

Storage cabinet for tackle box trays

Wraparound windshield with center opening walkthrough

Special Edition ‘Pro-Control’ helm console

Four swiveling captain’s chairs with arm rests for anglers

Two bench seats at the engine box for young anglers

Deck mounts for rod holders and adding elec. down-riggers

Recessed deck cleats for mooring

Portside locking cockpit cabinet with storage tubes for fishing rods

Starboard locking cockpit cabinet for accessories and miscellany

Locking glove box for storage at helm

Nice ‘burl wood’ molded accents on dash

Temp., Oil, Fuel, Voltage, Tilt, RPM and Speed gauges at helm

Electric horn, live well pump switches and navigation lights at helm

Soft Touch’ control padded and tilting steering wheel

Cockpit courtesy lights

Fore and aft removable ‘stalks’ for navigation lights


Additional Equipment:

Garmin EchoMap 95 SV chart plotter with internal GPS, fresh OS upgrade

NEW extra Puget Sound navigation card for the chart plotter

Standard Horizon VHF radio with folding Shakespeare antennae

Clarion AMA/FM/CD stereo with four waterproof cockpit speakers

Cockpit fire extinguisher

Adjustable ‘tent poles’ for canvas storage covers

Lines and fenders

Four NEW white steel wheels on the E-Z Loader trailer, tires are in good shape

All seating, cushions and upholstery in excellent condition

All vinyl was well cleaned and protected with UV ‘Aerospace 303’ spray

Cockpit and full boat cover were professionally cleaned, in good condition

The boat has been very well cleaned inside and out


Recent Refurbishing:

MerCruiser Mechanical Work:

The boat was stored for a number of years and her mechanical condition needed quite a lot of attention.  We determined it was easier to tackle that large project with the assistance of our friends at Lieb Marine in Ballard, an authorized MerCruiser repair shop.

The main engine and the Yamaha OB motor were removed from the boat, followed by a thorough cleaning of the engine compartment and aft bilge. Since the MerCruiser was now on a shop stand an extensive replacement of parts became an obvious and smart decision.

New transom housing mount gimbal bearings and U-joint

Inspected exhaust manifolds, risers and “Y” pipe

Inspected hoses, clamps, belts, fuses and seals

New engine wiring harness for the MercCruiser 5.0 MPI

New main fuse assembly 90 amp

New starter motor

New fuel pump and fuel cooler assembly

New oil pressure regulator

New oil pressure alarm sender

New crank position sensor

New coolant circulating pump

Electronic Control Module (ECM) was “reflashed” to proper settings

[This process determined there are only 77 total hours on the engine]

New fuel/water separator filter

New battery selector switch

New main engine 12v start battery

New water pump for Alpha outdrive

New tilt arms for Alpha outdrive

New zincs for Alpha outdrive

Yamaha Outboard:

Remove lower unit and replace water pump and housing

New control cables to helm station

New carburetor injection jet nozzle

New engine tilt control motor

Replace drive unit lube oil


New Attwood ‘Sahara’ S500 bilge pump and new float switch

New Fulton 1500 lb. trailer jack

Remove old fuel, clean and refill main tank with new

Boy, …. do those engines run right !!


Hull Repair Work:

Some of the photos taken on her trailer in the gallery above show a fair amount of surface corrosion to the hull below the waterline.

It is not acceptable to simply sand away the visible portion of the corrosion, slap some bottom paint on an aluminum hull and sell the boat to the next guy — and we wouldn’t do that !

This work was completed by the pros at Pacific Fiberglass in Ballard:

The boat was lifted and set on blocks at Canal Boatyard.

She was fully tarped off and sealed

The hull below the waterline was sandblasted and inspected.

NO evidence of damage, groundings, etc. was revealed on the bare hull

The waterline was adjusted slightly and the hull was taped and masked

Sea Hawk S-76 chromate primer for bare aluminum hulls was applied

Three coats of Interlux Epoxy Barrier Coat primer were applied

Two coats of Colorkote Triple Biocide Black bottom paint were applied

The hull is tight and dry, absolutely properly finished, looks good and should last for years.  We did not spend significant time on other appearance issues.  Thus, the hull sides need some spot painting near the bilge intake vents and then a wax and buff.  The silver topsides shows areas of surface paint corrosions that can be left alone or repaired at your leisure over the winter in the garage.


Whydid we do all of this – even given the fact that she is a top-line Lund?  Because we base our reputation on the statements we make below, and we were not going to compromise on that.

We’ve spent close to $25,000, not including our own labor since receiving this boat to our organization.  Now her next owner is going to have the benefit of a very fine, dependable boat that will last for a good long while with regular maintenance.

You want to be that guy?  … call us !


~ ~ About Our Pacific Marine Foundation ~ ~

We are selective about the vessels we accept into our program and we pursue a very rigorous process before they are listed for sale.  This begins when we first meet with our donors to discuss the condition and recent upkeep of their boat.  Once accepted, each new arrival undergoes a thorough examination, similar to what a marine surveyor will do.  This allows us to prioritize our attention to any deferred maintenance or repairs that may be needed.

Over the years we have performed just about every kind of marine repair, from electrical and plumbing issues to all types of appearance enhancements and even rebuilding engines.  If something is not working right we fix it, simple as that.  We prove that her electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems are correct, safe and functioning properly.  By doing all of this we know our boats quite well from top to bottom and present them fairly and honestly to buyers.

We encourage you to have our boats professionally surveyed as a part of your purchase process.  By the time we’ve finished and the boat is advertised, we’re confident you will receive a strong report from your surveyor.

Thank you for considering PMF boats in your search !