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2002 Wellcraft 250 Fisherman

Anaheim, California

The cab forward design of the Wellcraft 250 Fisherman provides the kind of storage and comfort one would expect to see in a much larger boat. The roomy cabin sleeps two comfortably, and the extra large cockpit is packed with features and built-in amenities, including a center console wide enough to seat two. A self-contained head is now included when ordering optional cabin console cushions and a second portlight.


Wellcraft 250 Fisherman.

This 250CC is a incredible fishing machine or works very well as a dive boat.
The boat is rigged with a Yamaha 4 stroke outboard with very low hours. It offers lots of storage compartments, big wide bow for a smooth and dry ride, high freeboard for that secure feeling needed for offshore sport fishing.

Check out all the equipment and features this 250 has to offer.

  • Yamaha 225 Four stroke, engine powerhead was replace at 177 hrs.
  • Garmin 9" color fish finder/GPS/Charts/Plotter with down scan and side scan transducer( 2 yrs old)
  • VHF Radio
  • Raw water wash down
  • Fresh water transom shower
  • Hydraulic tilt steering
  • Leaning post seat with storage and rod holders
  • Console offers a porta potty and sleeping for two
  • Bow cushion for tanning
  • Bimini top
  • Full length running surface
  • Step Lift II V ™ bottom for extra lift and better planing
  • Foam filled stringer system with composite transom
  • Lower cockpit sole for added freeboard
  • Cab forward design allows for larger rear cockpit and room for 2 to fish from the bow
  • Console is wide enough to sit 2 people behind the windscreen and has plenty of space for electronics
  • Large transom platform for diving or landing large fish
  • Easy access to batteries and switches
  • Forward console seat with cushion - seats 2 comfortably
  • Cabin console is roomy enough to sleep 2
  • Liner - fiberglass - diamond pattern skid resistant for easy maintenance
  • Cockpit overboard scuppers Courtesy lights
  • Fish boxes port/stbd with overboard pumpout
  • Foot rest - molded in
  • Forward cockpit insulated storage boxes with hinged lids (4)
  • Forward console seat with cushions
  • Gunwale caps w/rod storage port/stbd
  • Livewell - 30 gal. w/light
  • Magic aluminum dual axle trailer and more

  • Basic Boat Info

    Price: $31,900 (Sale Pending)
    Make: Wellcraft
    Model: 250 Fisherman
    Year: 2002
    Condition: Used
    Category: Power
    Construction: Fiberglass


    Length: 25 ft
    Length Overall: 25 ft
    Beam: 8.5 ft
    Max Draft: 2.83 ft
    Min Draft: 1.75 ft
    Bridge Clearance: 7.83 ft
    Cabin Headroom: 5.08 ft
    Dry Weight: 5,000 lb
    Deadrise: 18 °
    Single Berths: 2

    Engines / Speed

    Engines: 1
    • Model: F225
    • Fuel: Unleaded
    • Engine Power: 225hp
    • Type: Outboard 4 Stroke
    • Year: 2002
    • Engine Hours: 259


    Fuel Tanks: 1
    Fuel Tank Capacity: 150 gal
    Water Tanks: 1
    Water Tank Capacity: 8 gal


    Boat Class: Center Consoles
    More Info : Manufacturer Website


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    1 Boat House of Anaheim Inc


    1 Boat House of Anaheim Inc
    335-B South Brookhurst Street
    Anaheim, California, US, 92804

    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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