ESTATE SALE - Price REDUCED to sell.
"Good Woman" was in attendance at the Reedville Fisherman's Museum during the Tidewater Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society's 9th Annual Antique & Classic Boat Gathering, September 7–9th, 2012 in Reedville, Virginia. She ran beautifully on the 30 mile trip to and then back from this event. Engine oil and filter, and the fuel filters have been renewed. Bottom recently cleaned and repainted.
She is ready to cruise.
- General Description
- "Good Woman" is an Elco "Marinette" model built in 1930 as a semi-custom cruiser, 27 feet in length with a 9’ beam and approximately 28” draft. She was built to typical construction standards of the era. She has a carvel plank over bent oak framed hull with a bright finished mahogany transom and an outboard rudder. She has painted fiberglass skin over wood decks and cabin top structure with a bright finished solid mahogany cabin and windshield. Interior finish work is of white painted wood bulkheads and overhead with bright finished mahogany trim and cabinetry and a traditional teak and holly sole. Cabin interior is arranged with 2 settee sofas port and starboard that convert to upper and lower berths. There is a drop leaf table mounted centerline, which may also be mounted and used on the aft deck. Aft to port is the galley with a manual pump faucet and sink and a marine refrigerator. To starboard is a head with a sink and electrical distribution panels. The hull and superstructure finshed are in good condition. The aft deck has a hard top canopy with helm station to starboard, a vintage wicker chair and a bench seat aft with tufted vinyl cushions. "Good Woman" was professionally restored many years ago and appears to have had excellent custodial care and maintenance over the years since, having always been kept in a covered shed slip.
- Bayport Yacht Sales, Inc. 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.