2002 24 Tru World with newer Yanmar Diesel with 300 hours
AN INCREDIBLE VALUE, THIS FUEL SIPPING TUNA TAMER WILL NOT LAST, DON'T WAIT!
THIS DIESEL POWERED VESSEL IS CLEAN, SHOWS NICELY, AND METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED BY THE CURRENT OWNER WITH ONLY 300 HOURS!
The True World Marine series of boats are incredibly well built canyon capable vessels. Yanmar diesels are very reliable, fuel efficient and quiet. Many high end sport fishers are powered with Yanmar for these reasons. Although limited in production, those that know TRUE WORLD MARINE'S reputation for high quality and ruggedness in construction know that you just dont find this quality and value in the production vessels that are everywhere in the market. These vessels are built to last, and have fished the severe conditions of the Bearing Sea in center consoles! This owner has been meticulous in her care and it shows. Great electronics and the widest walkarounds on the market make this 24 a great bargain.
In 1980 a new boat company was born under the banner of Master Marine in response to a challenge. New England fishermen needed a specialized craft to pursue giant bluefin tuna. The design criteria were curious: able to subdue 1,000 pound fish, manageable by a two-men crew, narrow-beam for trailering, seaworthy, stable, and tough as nails! Sharp entry and deep-V design cut rough seas. Wide Carolina Style flare bow provides for a soft dry ride. The walkaround decks are among the widest in the industry! The newest member of True World Marine's Fish around family, th2 24 is a joy to handle as well as a joy to fish! Its wide, deep-vee hull combined with a 240-horsepower Yanmar turbo-diesel allows it to handle rough water like a big boat, but burns fuel like a runabout. The MerCruiser Bravo diesel sterndrive with twin, counter-rotating propellers provides agile handling, efficient cruising and superb top-end performance. The stringer system is fully encapsulated and bonded to the hull. Bonded and mechanically fastened inner liners meet or exceed U.S. Coast Guard standards and requirements.