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Ta-Boo is one of the last boats built by Tommy Rybovich. She has a teak interior, three staterooms, and a large cockpit.
1970 800.00 HP
1970 800.00 HP
Starting forward is a guest stateroom with twin stacked berths to starboard. To port are hanging lockers and drawer storage. Also to port are concealed pullman style sink and head. Aft to port are twin stacked companionway berths with hanging lockers and drawer storage. Further aft to port is a guest head with shower, vanity, and sink. Opposite to starboard is the master stateroom with en-suite head. The master has over under criss cross berths, a large hanging locker, built in vanity, and lots of drawer storage. The master head has a shower and sink with medicine cabinet. Aft and up 3 steps is the salon with forward galley. The galley is L-Shaped to starboard and has concealed icemaker, a 4 burner cooktop with oven, microwave, and sink. To port are 4 subzero refrigerator and freezer drawers. Aft to starboard is a large settee with storage under. To Port are two leather occasional chairs separated by an entertainment center with a pop up Sony 40" flat screen TV and a Sony blue ray DVD/stereo system. The interior is teak paneled and trimmed and has teak and holly flooring and teak countertops. The joiner work is in excellent condition and shows very little wear and tear. She is a classic Rybovich in all respects with superior fit and finish throughout.
The cockpit is set up for fishing and has tackle storage with a freezer and drink box on the bulkhead to port. To starboard is another freezer with tackle drawers, sink, and cockpit controls. There is a full sized Rybovich fighting chair with rocket launcher. Below deck are a bait well and fish box. There is a large transom door and port and starboard gaff and rod lockers. She has Rupp double spreader outriggers and a full tuna tower with a hardtop above the bridge and a buggy top above the tower control station.
The flybridge has a center console with concealed electronics. There is a Rybovich helm chair and a Rybovich companion chair as well as port and starboard bench seats. Electronics as follows:
Ta-Boo is cold molded of diagonal planked mahogany with an exterior coating of fiberglass. She has extensive interior teak paneling and trim. Her cockpit bulkhead is bright finished teak as are the tackle centers, bridge half round, toe rails, and bridge hand rail. Her cockpit, covering boards, and cockpit coaming are natural finished teak.
Ta-Boo was built by Tommy Rybovich as the Seven Days in 1970 and is generally acknowledged to be one of his finest efforts. She is very well behaved in all sea conditions and has a long history of fishing accomplishments. She is in solid condition and has benefited from numerous upgrades through the years. She is a must see vessel for anybody looking to acquire a classic Rybovich at a very reasonable price.
*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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