50' Gibson Houseboat For Sale

Doc

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50' Gibson Houseboat For Sale

1987 Gibson houseboat 50' x 14'

Extra nice. One of a kind.

Twin 454 Crusader engines

Westerbeke 4 cyl. Generator

Fly Bridge w/ full set of controls

Full bath w/ tub near captain quarters / 1/2 bath forward

Queen size bed (captains quarters) 2 standard beds (forward)

yard trailer included.

Surveyed for $75,000

$64,500 *NOTE price dropped see post below.

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Doc

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Price dropped. 57.5k and you'll own this floating palace. :D

Some more pics:

Note: all the furniture on the fly bridge is moveable to any configuration. Both double sided seats lay down flat into a very plush layout lounger.

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Doc

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All I had was my iphone for taking pics but guesssing these are better than nothing for those who requested them.

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Denny

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Wow! I've never been in a house boat, did not realize how big and roomy they are. Now I know why they are called house boats, they are a home away from home.
And I especially love the ships wheel, nice touch.
 
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Doc

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It was awesome. We enjoyed it for 7 years. It was 20 years old when I got it (1987 model) and at 27 years old it was in need of repairs I did not want to spend my entire summer attempting to fix or replace. So sadly we sold.
When we had it I so loved sleeping on it. the waves would lull you to sleep. Or spending an evening on it just tied to the dock, so relaxing. Then there was driving from the flying bridge. So Awesome!!!! Ahh those were the days. :D
 

Denny

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It was awesome. We enjoyed it for 7 years. It was 20 years old when I got it (1987 model) and at 27 years old it was in need of repairs I did not want to spend my entire summer attempting to fix or replace. So sadly we sold.
When we had it I so loved sleeping on it. the waves would lull you to sleep. Or spending an evening on it just tied to the dock, so relaxing. Then there was driving from the flying bridge. So Awesome!!!! Ahh those were the days. :D
Did you run it on the Ohio River?
 

Doc

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Fyi ...it took over 2 years to sell this baby. And we took a 20k hit. Ouch.
 
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