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Interesting Boats:  Rose 20 Gasoline Launch

This unusual boat has room, nice comfortable seating, a clever folding canopy, and a GRAY 25 hp (2004) traditional gasoline engine, four cylinder, electric start, and forward/reverse gear box.  A convenient boat to trailer for a day or weekend outing.  Ideal for two to six persons.  Flotation chambers, storage compartment in bow, brass hardware.

All the attributes of a Rose 20, with the added convenience of turn key operation.  This boat is unusually complete with all the extras imaginable.  An opportunity to get out on the water in style and comfort.   

A classic boat with trailer having a  mounted spare tire,  Hull is hand laid fiberglass with mahogany trim, custom seat cushions, 2 flag staffs, with American flag, The unusual canopy has zip-in flexible windscreen, and has the finest materials and workmanship in her construction.

This Rose 20 has seen many hours of cruising on a wide variety of lakes, rivers and estuaries.  Her success attests to the practicality of the Rose 20 hull, which is one of the most popular hulls for all power.

The Gray Marine SEASCOUT 25 hp, 91 cu. in. is a traditional engine in its own right.  Many have been built and used extensively for many years.  This engine has been rebuilt by Van Ness Engineering of Ridgewood, New Jersey, a well known and respected engine shop.  With only oe season of use the engine is in brand-new condition and has many decade of faithful use to offer.