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Anyone know about a 3587 in Jacksonville on Boat Trader?

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  • Sportscar
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    Terkar

    Start here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLDuwnnOCcY

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  • Machog
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    I put a thruster in my 4087, lots of space under the front bunk. Wouldn’t be without it on docking on a windy of dock wind sort of day, specially solo;-)

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  • Terkar
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    Sportcar - Do you have any info on this set up? Maybe a link to provider?
    Thanks
    Terry

  • Norton_Rider
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    Originally posted by baylineguy View Post
    I added a bow thruster to my 3587. Actually, I opened up the area under the forward berth and had a professional glass one in for me. So, yes that can be done.
    My buddy had one installed on his 4087 in the same location. There's plenty of space.

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  • Sportscar
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    If space in the bow is a problem you could always look into one of the bow thrusters that runs using jet pumped water. The pump can be remote from the jet outputs and no tunnel to be glassed into the boat.

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  • baylineguy
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    I added a bow thruster to my 3587. Actually, I opened up the area under the forward berth and had a professional glass one in for me. So, yes that can be done.

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  • frogeye
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    I have been wondering about that boat as well, perhaps a good value.

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  • Anyone know about a 3587 in Jacksonville on Boat Trader?

    Cummins (650 hours) and genset hours unknown. Looks like upper helm cushions are toast. Rest seems OK in pics. I am in Savannah where we have big time currents and sometimes wind. Is that too much as I have read in this forum about this boats behavior in wind? Can a bow thruster fit under forward berth? I don't know where A/C is. Maybe there? Havent seen boat yet but hasn't been used much in last three tears except for monthly starts in slip.
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