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1990 Ski Brendella 19 Pro Comp

1990 Ski Brendella

Get that slalom and wakeskate out for a pull. We just saw (and heard) one of these Brendella inboards on the water and had to go hunt one down that’s for sale. And boy did we find a sweet gem. This fully restored 19′ Pro Comp Ski Brendella is in immaculate condition from engine to interior to exterior.

1990 Ski Brendella 19 Pro Comp

We love how low Brendella’s sit in the water. Their lines and windshield are classic, as is the engine growl. She’s pushed by a 425 hp Ford PCM with only 34 hours. Better yet, she’s only had three owners and the current owner is the son of the original owner who just had to have her back.

1990 Ski Brendella 19 Pro Comp

Ski Brendella was the the work of Mike Brendel, an icon in the central California boat building world. He followed his dad in boat building and has made boats under the Brendella, Hondo, Ski Brendella, Centurion and now MB Sports names. Brendellas have a reputation as a high quality ski boat, but we understand spray can sometimes be an issue.

This beauty is located in Pasco, Washington and has only been used in fresh water. You can own her for $18.5K including the trailer.

1965 Chris-Craft 17′ Ski Boat

Here’s a great original that just went through Mahogany Bay’s shop for needed new bottom planks, and complete reef of all bottom seams and re-caulk.  She’s had fresh bottom paint and is ready to pull a skier.  The original inboard Chevy 283 engine has only 430 hours.   And the reupholstered turquoise interior is divine.  Mahogany Bay says they’ve known the history of this boat since 1979.   She’s priced at $25,900 and includes the original midship ski tow, remote deck mounted by Ivalite, like new Spartan trailer, and cover.
You’ll find her at Mahogany Bay.