You are bidding on a 2011 Mokai watercraft (does not include electrict start) with a 7 HP Subaru engine and Carry-On Corporation trailer that is registered in the state of Connecticut and conforms to state requirements for road use. Mokai's Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin showing purchase date, invoice number, Hull ID Number, and specifications is included. The Mokai's hull material is polyethylene plastic. It's length is 11 feet, 8 inches long. It's inboard jet propulsion is supplied by a Subaru engine that is fully modular and can be easily removed for servicing. The Mokai's weight is 150 lbs and its capacity weight is 350 lbs. Most of the metal parts on the Mokai are made of stainless steel, making the boat completely useable in the "salt water" invironment. Manufactured by MOKAI Manufacturing, Inc. in Newburgh, NY, there is a ten year warranty on the jet pump assembly. Details of the warranty should be directed to MOKAI Manufacturing, Inc., as I have notification of the warranty, but not the details. A full description and operation of the Mokai watercraft may be seen at the Mokai web-site listed under Mokai Manufacturing, Inc. Undoubtedly you are wondering why I am selling the Mokai. Clearly, it was not an easy decision to make. However, I have used the boat mainly for fishing in the waters surrounding the south coast of Rhode Island. The problem isn't fishing the smaller waters, but rather the boat's ability to handle the large waves in and around the salt pond inlets and "breach ways" of the area. In other words, my fishing is going to get alot more expensive because I am going to need a full size boat and all the expenses such a boat would incur. Keep in mind that the Mokai is built like a tank and can take a lot of punishment, while at the same time using as little as three gallons of gasoline for hours of recreation. It is the most cost-effective answer to boating I know. All the specifications and answers to your questions can be seen on the Mokai web-site. I suggest you spend time reviewing the Mokai site before making a bid. Being a well informed purchaser makes for a happy boat owner.
I had one question regarding the boat's salt water usage. This was my response:
90% of my fishing was in salt water and I am estimating that represents about 40 hours on the engine. I had the engine back to the Newburgh factory this past spring to have it serviced and updated with the latest modifications. Louis, the main engine mechanic, and I are on a first name basis and it's always fun to watch him check everything out. The engine has had no problems to date and was thoroughly washed off and lubricated (as was the rest of the boat and trailer) after each usage. Louis also made a prototype wind screen for the boat, which is easliy attached when desired and is also included.