Health prevents me from going offshore anymore...BUMMER! This is a very good boat in rough water. Will do about 45 MPH with the [removed phone] Yamaha that has been rebuilt and has perfect compression on all 6 cyls. The oil reservoir pump has a minor problem that will require about a 150.00 repair. It went out on a trip to Crystal River last July and since then I have towed a large sailboat 85 miles down to Ft Myers with no problem at all. I use a hand pump to fill the engine oil tank from the reservoir tank when the buzzer sounds. You can fix it for about $150.00 or less and I'll throw in about $300.00 worth of fishing tackle...poles, reels, tackle, trolling lures, a 4 blade stainless prop (worth about $250.00) I used when I went way offshore, and a very large cooler. Comes with a tandem axle trailer with brand new tires rims and brakes that are welded open but can be unlocked and replaced for a hundred dollar bill. Boat has been sitting outside for about 4 months but before that it was garaged. Comes with trim tabs, depth recorder/chart plotter (with marked "secret" spots off Sarasota and Manatee County), marine radio, AM/FM stereo radio. Will sleep 2 adults and a child in the AIR CONDITIONED walk around cuddy cabin. The overhead canvas needs replacing but it's functional. The aft canvas is brand new and covers the boat all the way back to the stern for cruising and boozing...it's in the way for fishing. The air conditioner is brand new and runs off a power inverter which can be used under way from the auxiliary battery or plugged up to shore power for a very comfortable and cool night on the water. Boat is in very good condition but needs a cleaning. There is no wiggle room on the price...I have put about $6500.00 in this boat in the last year or so. The offshore Power boat brand was built locally for about 5-6 years to compete with Grady White and they almost pulled it off.