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BF200Guy
05-30-2013, 11:31 PM
Selling my 1993 Mastercraft Barefoot 200. This boat is amazing....the ultimate mix of speed and waterskiing. Super rare model. Comes with original 1994 Yamaha 200 Pro V Outboard. The motor starts and runs amazing with perfect compression. Boat is very clean and has been garage kept. Interior is spotless. Comes with high end Stereo (Amp, Sub, Head unit) which is awesome for when you're out skiing on a calm afternoon. Boat will run about 55 - 58 mph easily. I'll also include my barefoot boom with the sale. Original Mastercraft trailer included.

I have lots of photos for anyone interested.

Give me a call. I live in Illinois...north of Chicago.

Tom

248.318.9824

thatsmrmastercraft
05-30-2013, 11:34 PM
Beautiful boat. Good luck with the sale.

NorthCentral Customs
06-02-2013, 11:23 PM
How much you asking for it?

lakeoz tristar
06-02-2013, 11:29 PM
$13000 I think its the same boat

http://images.craigslist.org/3E43I33L85N15Id5Hdd5u7ffe8c1e2edc193e.jpg

Boat - Mastercraft Barefoot 200 - $13000 (Lake Villa)

Selling my 1993 Mastercraft Barefoot 200. This boat is amazing....the ultimate mix of speed and waterskiing. Super rare model. Comes with original 1994 Yamaha 200 Pro V Outboard. The motor starts and runs amazing with perfect compression. Boat is very clean and has been garage kept. Comes with high end Stereo (Amp, Sub, Head unit) which is awesome for when you're out skiing on a calm afternoon. Boat will run about 55 - 58 mph easily. I'll also include my barefoot boom with the sale. Original Mastercraft trailer included.

Serious inquiries only.

atlfootr
07-04-2013, 09:40 AM
Tom,

Sorry to hear that you are looking to sell, good luck.

Piranha76
08-31-2013, 11:53 AM
I have the same one, and I also had it for sale. I am now contemplating keeping it because I just went out in it and remembered why I love it! How much are you asking? I was asking $9750 for mine and the only solid offer was at $8500 then the guy tried to low offer me at $7500 so I cancelled the deal.

chriscraftmatt1976
08-31-2013, 11:58 AM
I have the same one, and I also had it for sale. I am now contemplating keeping it because I just went out in it and remembered why I love it! How much are you asking? I was asking $9750 for mine and the only solid offer was at $8500 then the guy tried to low offer me at $7500 so I cancelled the deal.

Man, that seems low to me.

Piranha76
08-31-2013, 11:59 AM
I know, that's what I thought. For that money I will just keep it and use it!!

bturner2
09-02-2013, 08:52 AM
Wrong time of year to be selling. If you're looking to buy now is the time.

Ned
09-02-2013, 12:40 PM
Wow. Looks awesome. The boat that Mike Seipel made famous... and broke records behind. Got many signed posters hanging in the garage with Mike skiing off that boat. Gets me thinking? Still available?

CottagerGreg
01-02-2014, 11:40 AM
Is this boat or anyone else with a Barefoot 200 have one for sale. I have a good friend commited on buying on this winter. He sold his prostar already.

mongo849
01-02-2014, 11:04 PM
looking for a barefoot 200. does anyone have one for sale

BF200Guy
01-03-2014, 12:11 AM
The boat sold. I got slightly more than asking. Had three people bidding on it from three different states (FL, KS, & MN). The first one at my house with with cash took it home same day.

Miss it already...

BF200Guy
01-03-2014, 12:18 AM
Hey...been a long time since I've been on team talk. Do t sell your boat for so cheap. The rarity alone commands a higher price and I can assure you there is no better boat on the water for a true footer. I miss mine badly. I got above asking. Get it out on multiple forums.

Best
Barefoot200guy

kyfooter
01-05-2014, 10:52 AM
I have a 1992 Barefoot Sanger that doesn't get a lot of use. It has a 200 Yamaha and runs at 6,000 RPMs. Depending on prop choice, that's 55-62 mph. We bought it as a second boat to go with our MC 197. We are die hard MasterCraft fans, but Sanger has the best barefoot wake by far.

PM me if interested. It's not listed anywhere, but everything is for sale.

sweethomeru
01-05-2014, 02:15 PM
What is the ski wake like? Looking for the flattest and softest around.
Thanks

kyfooter
01-05-2014, 03:11 PM
Sanger produces the flattest and softest around. Barefoot Central did a review of all the barefoot boats and their wake characteristics several years ago.

sweethomeru
01-06-2014, 03:23 PM
Was asking about the MC.

kyfooter
01-06-2014, 05:23 PM
http://www.barefootcentral.info/Boat_Review/boatreview_Frame.htm

Here's the link to the boat review if you're interested. A lot goes into the wake though...engine, boat weight, propeller, trim, engine depth, etc.

It's been a while since I skied off the BF200. I recall the curl being great, but the table/prop wash area being quite choppy and firm. Keep in mind, that is in comparison to an outboard Flightcraft and outboard Sanger. It's all in what you're used to.

Based purely on the wake, my preferences are Outboard Sanger, then an inboard Malibu Sportster, then in a distant 3rd Malibu Flightcraft, then BF200. Again, that's based purely on the wake, without regard to overall boat fit/finish.

If you're really interested in buying a barefoot boat, head to Florida and hit the barefoot schools. WBC uses old Sanger hulls, and if they are still skiing, I believe Seipel still uses an old BF200 hull and Lane Bowers uses an old Flightcraft hull. I don't know how much Seipel and Bowers pull skiers anymore though.

I'm not trying to put any boat/brand above/below another. I loved my TT197. I bought the outboard Sanger purely for barefooting to complement the 197, based upon what I believe is the best longline wake available.

You could also post your question on the barefoot-forum.com to see what other barefooters say.

scott023
01-06-2014, 05:27 PM
Was asking about the MC.

http://www.barefootcentral.info/Boat_Review/boatreview_Frame.htm

Here's the link to the boat review if you're interested. A lot goes into the wake though...engine, boat weight, propeller, trim, engine depth, etc.

It's been a while since I skied off the BF200. I recall the curl being great, but the table/prop wash area being quite choppy and firm. Keep in mind, that is in comparison to an outboard Flightcraft and outboard Sanger. It's all in what you're used to.

Based purely on the wake, my preferences are Outboard Sanger, then an inboard Malibu Sportster, then in a distant 3rd Malibu Flightcraft, then BF200. Again, that's based purely on the wake, without regard to overall boat fit/finish.

If you're really interested in buying a barefoot boat, head to Florida and hit the barefoot schools. WBC uses old Sanger hulls, and if they are still skiing, I believe Seipel still uses an old BF200 hull and Lane Bowers uses an old Flightcraft hull. I don't know how much Seipel and Bowers pull skiers anymore though.

I'm not trying to put any boat/brand above/below another. I loved my TT197. I bought the outboard Sanger purely for barefooting to complement the 197, based upon what I believe is the best longline wake available.

You could also post your question on the barefoot-forum.com to see what other barefooters say.

Sounds like he's only interested in MC.8p

kyfooter
01-06-2014, 09:37 PM
I think so too. The BF200 is a good boat. It has the deepest hull, and good storage in the back of the boat. None of the outboards have been made for a while, so finding one in good condition is sometimes challenging. It's also challenging to find the various boats based on geography.

Datdude
01-14-2014, 02:02 AM
I know of a BF200 for sale in Wisconsin if anyone is looking. PM me and I will put you in touch with the owner

MN Stars & Stripes
02-02-2014, 10:04 PM
The boat the propelled Mike Seipel to stardom was not the BF 200, it was the Warrior Barefoot Comp by Ski Centurion.