This 2010 Jones Brothers Bateau 20 Lite Tackle Edition is the perfect skiff for fishing and fun on the water! Your fishing grounds will not be limited to the bigger waters of bays and harbors- the entire back country of tidal creeks and marshes will be your playground. This very easy to manage model also features the fuel economy of this superb hull design combined with a Yamaha 115hp 4stroke that will top out at 38MPH. The color Garmin GPS has depth also. There is a aluminum single axle trailer that goes with this boat as well.
Contact: Bill Fluty(252) 670=4991 (cell) or (252) 247-7580
Trailer is a 2010 aluminum single axle trailer. Model RKAS 18-20, 3,050 lb carry capability. 14 inch load range D tires (ST205/75D14). New upgraded double eye springs from the factory rated at 2,000 lbs each (2019), double U bold axle kit from the factory (2019), LED lights, uprights and little usage. She is in excellent condition. 2" coupler.
The boat weights 1,800 lbs dry. Add 200 lbs of fuel, plus 400 lbs for the engine and 250 of extra stuff. That gives a the boat a max weight of approximately 2,650 lbs on a trailer originally rated to carry 3,050 lbs. This trailer was made for, and adjusted specifically to fit and carry a 20 foot Jones Brothers Bateau.
2009 Yamaha 115 HP four stroke engine with 250 hours. Model F115TXR. Stainless three blade propeller. Maintained by our Five Star Yamaha Service Center. Recent work includes lubing intermediate bearing (OCT 2019), Complete systems/safety check including compression check (OCT 2019), Complete engine service including filters (OCT 2019), New plugs (OCT 2019).
Garmin color GPSMAP 441s chart plotter/fish finder.
There is a small keel on the bottom which makes the boat both track well but also turn nicely with slipping. The hull design combines with the heavy lay up make the boat have a remarkably smooth ride in any conditions when slowed down to 20 MPH. The nose of the boat raises and causes a cushion of water that cushions the ride. No slamming. She was built and designed for the waters of North Carolina off of Cape Hatteras.