2005 16′ Campjon shantyboat – $5900 (Crystal River) – February 2nd, 2016 listing.
“Cool little camp cruiser.Removeable doors with full length cabin hatch which allows you to go bow to stern.Built of epoxy and plywood,this is a solid boat.Has head w/ legal pumpout,the cabin is huge for its size, lots of storage.Huge stand-in anchor locker with anchor, chain and 100′ of line.Legal LED nav and cabin lights.Trailer with good bearings and buddybearings,new wheels and tires.Trailers and launches effortlessly.2015 Merc 40hp,longshaft,tiller,electric start,no t&t,less than 40hrs.Motor purchased May/2015 with fully transferable 3-year warranty.Boat runs 20mph with 3 adults aboard and handles really well.Does not slide in turns and you can drive with confidence.Spent a week on the St. Johns River in October and had a blast!If you’re tired of the everyday,this cruiser is for you! May sell boat/motor separately.”
Editor Opinion: At that price it’s pricey for a “shantyboat”, but when you consider the cost of a 40hp outboard and a trailer, it isn’t a bad price at all, or so I think. Michalak boats seem very functional and quick builds, though their look often doesn’t do much for me.
Originally posted 2016-02-02 19:05:45.