18' Achilles, frame, oars, Tbox
This is a classic canyon cruiser with plenty of room for family and friends. I had RaftFix give it a thorough inspection and make sure it was holding air. Rubber is in good shape with only a couple small professional patches. Older H-R valves have a very slow leak that requires topping off every few days. It is a bucket boat, not a bailer. Thwarts are not the removable kind - they provide extra flotation in the middle of the boat.
Has a plywood floor sections with skid-guard coating and hanging straps for front, middle, and rear.
T-box is wooden, not water tight should you manage to flip this beast, and could use a coat of paint.
3x 12' ash oars - these are well used but fully functional, also in need of paint (I have a quart of the red).
Pin and clip setup for rowing; tower position is adjustable to your preference.
Frame is one piece welded aluminum with a front deck piece and built in umbrella stand. The frame is a beast and the hardest part to transport if you don't have a trailer.
Needs a rowing seat and cooler(s); frame has spots on either side of the captain's bay for coolers or boxes.
Boat is still in storage, so I'm posting an old pic to gauge interest. Asking $2000 if you're willing to do the painting. Price will go up once I make it pretty.