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1970 38 (ft.) Egg Harbor Convertible Sport Fisher

Inactive - This listing is not for sale at this time

General Information

Listing# 39353

Price
$25,000.00
Location
Marina del Rey, CA, United States
Manufacturer
Egg Harbor
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1970
Category
Sports Fishing Boats
Model
Convertible Sport Fisher
Status
Used
Length
38 (ft.)
LOA
38
Hull Material
Wood
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
454's
Number of Engines
2
Engine Hours
634

General Details

Owner has maintained vessel in "classic" condition through the years. She is in beautiful condition.

Specifications

Dimensions
Beam: 13'1.5" Displacement: 17000
Engines
Total Power: 350 Cruising Speed: 20
Tanks
Fuel: 300 Fresh Water: 95
Accommodations &Vessel Walk-Thru
Sleeps 6 in forward stateroom and on two convertible sofas. Forward stateroom has V-berths with filler. There are two ports, heater and hanging lockers port and starboard. Aft through folding door to lower salon area. Starboard side is a convertible couch, book shelf forward with cabinets above, under and outboard. Fish pole rack overhead. Port side is a book shelf forward followed by an L-shaped dinette with large table. Storage under. Aft on the port side is the galley. To starboard is a large stand-up refrigerator/freezer and enclosed head. Windows on port and starboard sides. There is an overhead hatch for ventilation. Up two steps to the main salon and lower helm station. Port side forward is a bar area followed by a convertible couch. On the starboard side is the lower helm station with large deck space forward for storage. The center portion of the windshield opens for ventilation. Aft of the helm are two upholstered chairs with a table and lamp in between. Deck hatches offer easy access to the engine compartment. Large sliding doors open to the cockpit area. The salon has large sliding windows on the port and starboard sides and vent windows in the aft facing bulkheads.
Construction:
Wood construction with mahogany planks over steam bent oak ribs. Decking is sheathed plywood with teak deck overlay. Owner has maintained vessel in “classic” condition through the years; she remains in beautiful condition. Boat last hauled and bottom painted in May 2010.
Engines
FWC Twin 454 Crusaders 350 HP Gas engines - New in 1978. Velvet drive gears. 634 hours
Electrical:
12V / 110V Kohler 7.5 Generator 777 Hours (2) - 6V Batteries for Generator (4) – 6V Batteries for Main Engines
Electronics & Navigational Equipment:
Furuno Radar (2) - SBE VHF Radio – Lower Helm & Bridge Sumlog Benmar 210 Course Keeper Bendix Auto Pilot w/Remote Standard VHF Radio - Bridge 5’ Compass Micrologic Explorer II Loran Intercom phone Raytheon Fathometer on Bridge Hailer and Horn - Bridge Icom VHF Portable Radio
Miscellaneous Machinery:
(2) – Windshield Wipers Morse Engine Control Raritan Hot Water Heater – 8 Gallons Galley-Maid Water Pumps (2)- Bilge Pumps amidships (1) – Bilge Pump in Generator area Mustang Capstan Windlass
Galley
Princess 3-burner stove and oven Stand up GE refrigerator and freezer Sink in counter w/storage under
General Inventory:
Stainless Steeel Rails Anchor Bow Roller Danforth Anchor with 600’ of Chain & Rode Mustang Capstan Windlass Non-skid decks Center opening windshield Side Decks Teak cap rails and cockpit coaming Teak deck in cockpit with hatch to generator Inflatable raft and spare parts Teak swim platform Port side ladder to Flybridge Varnished wood interior Carpets in most of interior areas Fish pole racks in salon overhead
Flybridge:
Center Helm Station w/full instrumentation Helm and companion seats Windshield Stainless steel rails
Lower Helm:
Starboard side Full instrumentation Large deck space forward of helm
Enclosed Head:
Curtain shower Sink in counter w/storage over and under Monomatic toilet Mirror over sink Linoleum flooring in galley and head
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.