Triumph - 191 Fish & Ski
- Stock #090351 -
Ready for family fun or fishing
The seller is including with the sale of the boat all of the Coast Guard required items including the following:. Fire Extinguisher, some life jackets, horn, anchor, anchor rope, paddle, bow and stern lights..
Additional options on the boat include a fish finder, trolling plate for the motor (allows boat to go less than 1 mph when trolling) rod holders, Bluetooth radio, automatic bilge pump, forward trolling motor controls (no trolling motor), all wiring for trolling motor is set up, working live well.
This boat has tons of storage, cooler, trash can compartment, 2 rod storage compartments, tackle compartment, and in the bow there is a total of 6 compartments under the front seats. The rear seats fold down to a fishing deck and you can move or add seats to both the bow and stern for fishing.
Per the good folks at Boattest.com:
-Telescoping stainless steel bow ladder
-Flip-seat and casting deck
-Lockable glove box
-Lockable rod storage for 6
-Self-bailing cockpit with 316 ss deck drains
The 191 Fish and Ski combines the best of both worlds, bringing the active family together to enjoy a little fishing or skiing in the same day. This 19-footer is capable of running speeds of 48 miles-per-hour.
The Roplene Difference
All Triumph boats are made by a process that uses polyethylene (a form of plastic) pellets, foam and high pressure molds to build boats in one piece. That includes the hull and topdeck. This process, which the company calls Roplene, forms a boat that is unsinkable and is more lightweight and rugged than boats of the same size built from fiberglass.
The boat's strength is augmented with a half-inch non-skid deck, also made of polyethylene, which is screwed into specially re-enforced locations in the floor. Cleats are anchored with metal backing plates, and bolts screw into female appliances to keep them from being ripped out.
This also results in other differences; for example, the rub strip around the boat doesn't conceal a seam as seen in other boats where their decks and hulls are mated. Another thing that makes Roplene boats look different is that the surface finish is not shiny. This semi-gloss finish is highly durable and even after years of sun and weathering, remains much like new. And, in bright sunlight, it is far easier on the eyes.
The 191 uses removable pedestal seats throughout except for the stern jump seats. The sturdy pedestal seats are easy to remove and install. When configured for fishing, you just move the seats from behind the dual console to the fishing decks forward and aft., or order an optional seat or two if you want to keep them in permanently.
The forward fishing deck has three lined compartments for gear, and some convenient netted compartments in the boat's wide gunnels. The rear fishing platform is hidden until you need it. The entire stern seating area flips forward to create a large fishing platform with room for two pedestal seats. With the fishing deck exposed, you can get to the boat's live bait wells that are in compartments built into the deck. There is also a compartment with room for up to three batteries
This listing has now been on the market a couple months. Please submit any and all offers today!
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|Model:191 Fish & Ski|
|Mooring Country:||United States of America|
|Length:||5.79 m/19 ft|
|Width:||2.5 m/8 ft|
|No. of engines:||1|
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