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1968 32 (ft.) Luhrs 32 Flybridge Cruiser

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General Information

Listing# 131663

Oceanside, CA, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Sports Fishing Boats
32 Flybridge Cruiser
32 (ft.)
Hull Material

General Details

This 1968 Classic - Luhrs 32 Flybridge Cruiser is powered by twin Perkins DIESEL engines.

The interior has nice woodwork throughout and makes you feel right at home.

New owner has the option to assume lease of 34' harbor slip rental located in San Diego county. Monthly lease payment is $487.50 and includes water, electricity and use of facilities. If you plan to live aboard this vessel, monthly lease payment may increase for added usage.

Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!

At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.

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Stock #29781


Boat is in good for being 45 years old. The Engines have had a complete tune-up in the last 30 days. Interior floor has recently been re-finished. ----MODEL HISTORY/ DETAILS--- (From the PowerBoatGuide) "The Luhrs 320 Flybridge Cruiser (often called the Super 320) is an all-fiberglass version of the earlier Luhrs 32 Sedan, a similar-looking boat with a wood superstructure and a fiberglass hull. By using V-drives to move the engine aft, beneath the cockpit sole, Luhrs engineers were able to set the cabin low in the hull which gives the 320 an attractive, low-profile appearance. Built on a solid fiberglass modified-V hull with a wide 12-foot, 7-inch beam, the Super 320 is a spacious boat for her size both inside and out. There's enough square footage in the flush cockpit for some light-tackle fishing, and the interior-with a wide dinette, a private stateroom forward, a full galley and an enclosed head with shower-is larger than one might expect in a 32-footer. A lower helm was standard, and wraparound opening cabin windows provide a panoramic view of the outside. Additional features include a hatch in the cockpit sole for engine access, flybridge seating for six, and relatively wide side decks. Among several engine options, the 280 will cruise at 16 knots with twin 250hp gas engines and reach a top speed of around 25 knots."
Navigational Equipment
- CB Radio
- Flybridge - Fuel Tank (150 Gallon) - GPS - Starting Type (Electric) - Cockpit Type (Flybridge) - Water Holding Tank (30 Gallons) - Hand Rails
Electrical Systems
- 12 V DC Outlets - Accessory Switches - Battery - Circuit Breaker Panel - Cockpit Lighting - Gauges - Ship's Power (12v DC) - Shore Power (110v. AC - Stereo
- Berth (3 Total) - Cabin Lighting - Cabinets - Cabins (V-berth) - Countertops - Curtains - Fridge (Countertop Frodge Included) - Head - Heat (Space Heater Included) - Microwave (Countertop Microwave Included) - Pressurized Water - Sink (2 Total(head,kitchen)) - Table (Picnic Style Interior)
Deck Gear
- Anchor - BBQ Grill - Bimini - Rod Holders - Swim Platform
Safety Equipment
- Carbon Monoxide Detector - Fire Extinguisher - First Aid Kit - Flare Kit - Life Jackets (6)