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  • BallBuster
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    My 1987 248 walk-around cuddy checked all the boxes for me as it has standing headroom in the galley and head, a huge cockpit (with outboard on a bracket), and is easily towable with its 8'6" beam.

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  • 1988Mako230
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    The 2000 models probably aren't considered classic, thus the lack of replies. There are several of us on here with walkaround/cutty models, but are of the 80s vintage, made by the original owner of Mako. Compared to Tracker Marine/Bass Pro boats, they are probably two different boats and don't use the same hull mold.

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  • cgmiller
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    There are lots of Seafarer's around..nice boat. I had a 230 Gulfstream for 6 years. It was great platform and the wide beam made it feel like a much bigger boat.

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  • Heyspike
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    233 Walkaround Model

    Well after I sold my 17' last month, my quest for a Grady Seafarer 226/228 started. I wanted something a bit bigger than the Mako 215 and Grady 208. In my search the other day I stumbled on a Mako 233 2000-2003. I didn't realize they made them. Anyone have one and how do you like it. They are pretty hard to find used, there's a bunch of 253's but that's a bit large for me.

    Thanks,

    John
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