Houseboats Buy Terry
America's Houseboat Queen
Owners: Tom & Terry Miller
Hey Lake Herrington, We have a bargain for you!
2004 Sunstar 16' x 80' Widebody
Twin Mercruiser 3.0 Liter (approximately 180 hours), Westerbeke 15KW Generator (approximately 400 hours), Hydraulic Bow Thrusters, Battery Charger, Dual Controls, 2-Radar Archs, Remote Spotlight, MMC Electronic...>> More Specs
Was $239,900 Now $229,900
Chimney Rock Marina, Herrington Lake, KY
The excitement of another boating season is building this week, as Memorial Day weekend arrives. We want to help you squeeze the most out of every warm day in the boat of your dreams. Call us today.-Ph. 606-340-8652.
The staff at Houseboats Buy Terry has over 23 years experience selling boats. We have developed longlasting relationships with repeat customers, helping them to find
boat just right for
them. We begin by
listening to your families needs, then giving you knowledgeable answers to all
of your boating questions. After
the sale we know who to
help with insurance,
transport, maintenance, and accessories. This
saves you time and
money, as well
eliminate problems that could
dampen your new boating experience.
home office is located at Conley
Lake Cumberland in
brokers serving Kentucky,
and Mississippi. We are a licensed
Florida Yacht brokerage selling boats nationwide as well as worldwide. Our
proven experience will direct you to reliable sources who can
getyour boat to its
Contact us today and let our passion for boating work for you. Secure
your lines and
up your captain's
are about to
begin a journey
of great family memories that will last a
May 27, 2017
is a licensed FloridaYacht brokerage!
Are you a life long boater? Live your passion! Join our broker team.
We are looking for a broker in Nashville, TN & Land Between the Lakes in KY.
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