2004 Wellcraft Coastal 252


Fort Myers, FL

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Class Power
Category Walkarounds
Year 2004
Make Wellcraft
Length 25'
Propulsion Type Single Outboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Gas
Location Fort Myers, FL
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Engine Model Yamaha
Total Power 225hp
Engine Type Single Outboard
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Shape Other
2004 Wellcraft Coastal 252

This is a very clean, low hour walk around.  Runs great with under 400 original hours.  Motor has had a full check out by certified Yamaha mechanic including a mid section inspection.   Boat is very well equipped with a fiberglass hard top, GPS, huge live well, VHF radio, trim tabs, large cabin with vacuflush head, full cockpit enclosure that appears to be in original package and never used. 

Available for inspection in Cape Coral Florida.  No trailer included as this boat has been lift kept.  Please call with any questions 239-910-4113 or 239-789-0669

This boat is listed below NADA value.  Please see video walk through via link below.

Wellcraft's 252 Coastal starts with a standard walk-around sportfisher design and adds just a hint of cuddy cruiser to the mix. Walk-around sportfishers generally have a cabin of some sort, but with many of them, it's like the designers said, "Here's a claustrophobic space with a hard, midget-sized mattress to sleep on. Good luck."

When you step down into the cabin, the V-berth is directly in front of you, and there's a mini-galley to port; however, the mini-galley consists of nothing more than a sink with a storage compartment underneath. You might not notice it initially, but there's also a self-contained head hiding underneath the V-berth, on the starboard side. When the V-berth is not being used for sleeping, you can remove the filler cushions, transforming it into a V-shaped settee, or you can make the entire area a dinette by adding the standard pedestal table. The cabin's molded soft-touch headliner adds a touch of cuddy cabin sophistication.

Like most walk-around sportfishers, the 252 Coastal's cockpit has a large, open space at the stern. Fishing fanatics are going to be speechless when they get a good look at all of the fishing amenities that are standard on the boat. In addition to more rod stowage, located under the port and starboard sides of the gunwale, there's a 128-quart portside fishbox with an overboard drain; a Kodiak Pro Flow 116-quart lighted baitwell with a sealed, clear bait lid, positive latching and an overboard drain; and a tackle storage box with removable trays. Moreover, there are cockpit scuppers, which allow water on the deck to flow overboard, and four stainless steel gunwale-mounted rod holders. Finding one or two of these features on a boat is easy, but finding all of them is extraordinary especially when you consider the sizes of the baitwell and fishbox.

Other noteworthy items on the 252 Coastal include a high-impact rubrail, a 12v accessory plug at the helm, a 700 gph baitwell pump, trim tabs, tilt hydraulic steering, two bilge pumps (500 gph forward; 1,500 gph aft) and a swim platform with a flip-down swim ladder. We a

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