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60 Feet 1937 Trumpy Classic Fiberglass Hull

The "Flying Lady" has never looked so good. The current proud owner has loved owning and restoring this fine Trumpy. This yacht has been maintained to the highest degree, there has been much attention to detail. Her pilot will feel in control behind the helm, she cruises flawlessly and efficiently. Fuel consumption at 8.5kt cruise is about 8 gallons per hour. The stern jet is a great improvement when docking in tight quarters. The fiberglass hull adds strength and makes hull maintenance easy. The Majestic "Flying Lady" is turning heads every day. A new proud buyer will love this yacht as it has now been brought to a new high level of restoration. Beautiful covered aft deck area with hard weather curtains, roll up vinyl / plastic glass curtains. The sole is bright finished plank mahogany. Trumpy custom furniture. Designer matched carpet and fabrics. New, huge color flat screen TV that folds away to overhead when not in use. Through the aft salon access doors is a huge climate controlled salon with plenty of windows to view the beautiful scenery. In the salon are beautiful furnishings, many of them were original custom built for comfort and entertaining. Special features include Trumpy custom antique writer's desk and , wet bar with sink and storage. Appliances include ice maker, refrigerator, flat screen TV and sound systems in cabinets. Beautifully decorated with custom wood cabinetry and wood furnishings. Designer matched carpet and fabrics for upholstery and window coverings. Forward of salon is the wheelhouse with port and starboard doors to side decks. Most striking is the beautiful bright finished mahogany cabinet work for the built in electronics. There is a comfortable helm stool and a wide leather bench seat. In the wheelhouse the captain will be most comfortable and have all the equipment to bring you to your favorite destinations. Access forward in salon to starboard are stairs down to galley, crew quarters and engine room. The galley features granite counter tops, electric cook top, oven, microwave oven, dishwasher refrigerators, freezer and other portable appliances. The crew quarters have two cozy top berths. There is a TV for entertainment, washer drier, deep freezer, hanging locker, storage cabinets and drawers. The head is forward with shower stall. In the salon aft are stairs down to the full beam master stateroom with two very comfortable wide berths, hanging lockers and drawer storage. There is an in-suite head with sink and separate shower stall. There are two guest staterooms forward with the starboard having direct access door to the head. Both staterooms have two twin berths with hanging lockers and drawer storage. All cabins have been updated, newly decorated and furnished. All interior living space in the of the yacht is climate controlled with seven digital thermostats. All three heads on the vessel have fresh water flush electric toilets. Her new owners will cruise in comfort for many years with new and rebuilt reliable systems on the "Flying Lady"

38 Feet 1931 Matthews Double Cabin Cruiser

The asking price has been reduced from $235,000 to "make us an offer." We're ready to price this boat to sell this summer, and encourage you to make an offer. This extraordinary 1931 Matthews 38' double cabin cruiser is ready for summer getaways, and sleeps six. The elegant Dowager is structurally better than new thanks to a 2001 restoration by master boatwrights at Cayuga Wooden Boatworks in Ithaca, NY. Dowager’s interior was restored to its original art deco charm, new systems installed, and the hull was rebuilt from the deck down. The result is a 1931 show boat that looks like it was caught in a time capsule, with modern systems and a safe, strong hull for confident cruising. Dowager’s 1999 - 2001 rebuild/restoration: 132 white oak ribs (all) keel shaft log horn timber stem knee stringers engine beds covering boards transom all planks below waterline some topside planks cedar tongue & groove forward deck planking painted canvas deck covering Silicon bronze fasteners were used throughout All Dowager’s systems are new as of 2002: engine controls electrical panels shore power wiring plumbing heads tanks shower refrigeration propane The 100 hp 1988 Westerbeke diesel engine was cleaned and reinstalled on shock absorbing mounts on new engine beds. The restoration mission was to make the Dowager safe and comfortable with modern amenities but keep it as original as possible. The boat's insured replacement value is $600,000 due to the scope and quality of the restoration. Dowager has original beveled mirrors and bronze hardware. There are cleverly hidden modernizations like the SeaFrost refrigeration system adapted to the original icebox. The shower in the forward head has hot and cold water pressure. Dowager’s hull is extremely fair and true to its lines with no hogging, deformation, loose or proud planking. The interior is in showroom condition with doors and trim well varnished and all other surfaces painted white. There is no cracking or peeling paint. The boat is kept undercover in a boathouse year round, preserving its impeccable condition. This vessel has been meticulously and professionally maintained since its 2001 restoration. Summer of 2016 maintenance included annual bottom paint and varnish (including transom). This boat is for the discerning buyer who wants to own a classic wooden yacht that's been restored to its fullest potential. The Dowager is ready for extended cruising, elegant parties, and charmed days summer.

57 Feet 1941 Elco Cruiser

Great opportunity to own an important piece of American maritime history. It is a 1941 Elco 57, one of only nine (9) built between 1939 and 1941; and one of the only four (4) Elco 57s known to exist today. This boat is the very last Elco 57 ever built (Hull #41.57.04; Doc #240807) and the last Elco luxury yacht built before the WW II. Elco stopped building luxury yachts in 1941 as the USA entered WW II to concentrate all their efforts on building PT boats for the Navy. They eventually went back to building yachts in 1945; the company folded just a few years later. The original owner gifted this boat to the Navy after the Pearl Harbor attack, and she ended up serving during WW II (1942-1944) as YP 359 at the Navy Base in Key West, Florida. Will be glad to furnish the information the Navy sent me on her WW II assignments (very light duties). What Satisfaction needs is a new owner with the resources and honest desire to bring her back to life. There is a lot of rot (several ribs and support beams need replacement), tons of leaks when it rains, plus some reconstruction is needed due to work done by a previous owner, who attempted to “modernize” the vessel. The hull is fiberglassed (excellent job! The boat takes NO water whatsoever from underneath) and the decks are fiberglassed as well (so-so job, it’s delaminating in several spots). She is in a freshwater lake (Lake Monroe, Sanford, FL), and has been there since the 1970s – though previous owners would occasionally cruise up the St. John’s River and take her out to the ocean to fish the South Florida waters. The interior is in fairly good shape; salon is very comfortable and stately. Four (4) cabins and two (2) heads – master cabin and two guest cabins are aft of the salon and share one head (with separate shower) that has direct access to the master; the crew cabin is forward, with private head. The galley (down) has the original 1941 stainless top and wood cabinets. All interior doors, hinges and door knobs are original, as are the dressers in the cabins. Stanchions are all the original brass ones, and so are most all cleats. Wheel, control levers, and compass are original to the boat, as well as two wooden storage trunks on the top deck (one trunk needs a new top - it flew away during hurricane Irma.) Four (4) A/C units – only one is working properly; the other 3 run but don’t cool. Two (2) fire extinguishers on board. The engines (2) are Detroit Diesels (I’m still confirming if they are the original 1941 ones, but I’ve been told they were taken out and worked on in the 1980s). Engines have not been started in the past 7 years since I’ve had the boat; previous owner told me they were working 3 years prior to that, say in 2010).

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