Galvanized frame with two seats (rowing seat is a tractor, front seat is folding swivel).
Nine foot self-bailing Maxxon raft.
LeeLock Anchor system and pulleys with 20lb Green Anchor, rope and carabiner.
Three 7.5 foot cataract Mini-Mags oars (Two have oar stops, one is a spare)
All the required cam straps.
Valve wrench, repair kit and spare oarlock.
Raft storage bag.
I am selling my Catchercraft Sea Run Cutthroat raft. It was new in December of 2016 and used on nine days of fishing this winter and spring. It was stored in a shed and is in mint condition. An unexpected financial situation has me turning around and selling it even though I’ve only had it a few months.
It is a stout boat for its size, exceptional as a one-person boat and pretty darn good with a passenger in the front seat. I bought it because I wanted a frame, real oars and a boat that sits a higher out of the water compared to some similar sized inflatables.
Inflated, I hauled it on a car roof rack or in the back of a truck. Deflated, I hauled it in the back of a Subaru Outback. The frame dissembles into four pieces if need be. The boat re-assembles in 10 minutes.
With upgrades, extra oar and anchor everything was around $2700 total. Asking $2100.
The boat is located in Seattle, but I’d be happy to deliver it within a reasonable driving distance. Could also discuss crating and shipping options.