The owner indicated that this 24' Yamaha had been stored, on its trailer, at his residence in Panama City. The vessel/trailer was blown over onto its port side during Hurricane Michael. The port hull side exhibits a noticeable deflection approx. 5’ aft of the stem, and continuing along the length of the chine and below the rub rail.
A section of the starboard hull bottom, alongside the keel, exhibits a deflection and parallel-curvilinear cracks consistent with contact with a component of the trailer.
The port deck cap is fractured in several locations, including approx. 5’ aft of the stem outboard of the windscreen, aft of the windscreen, and at the port quarter. The deck cap/transom platform exhibits a fracture, as well as stress cracks below this area.
The port side of the painted aluminum arch, over the cockpit is dented along the port side and the
entire frame has also bent towards the starboard side. Both of the painted aluminum frames for the bimini top also exhibit various bends and twists.
The port windscreen has apparently shifted or is bent approx. ¾” inboard.
The trailer appears to be undamaged, except for a bent tire bracket and a few scratches on the fender.
Please inspect the boat and trailer carefully before making an offer.
*We always encourage potential Bidders/Buyers to view the item personally or have someone else inspect it for you prior bidding. It is entirely the buyer's responsibility to inspect and determine the vessel's actual condition.