1959 36' Egg Harbor Yacht (project)

by Lyn
(Wilmington, NC)

Elizabeth II


36' Egg Harbor Express Cruiser. 13'6" Beam.

Hull construction: Mahogany plank over oak frame with fiberglass over hull below waterline.

Twin 678 GM diesel engines. Hours on engines unknown.

Engines were last started two years ago but the 8D batteries no longer have enough cranking amps to start them.

160 gallon fuel capacity with monel tanks.

One monel water tank with estimated capacity of 30 gallons.

3500 Watt Generator.

King Air Heat/Air Conditioning.

20 Gallon holding tank.

Head/Shower hookups but shower has not been used.

Frigidaire refrigerator.

Windlass.

Full size bed, full galley, vberth in excellent condition.

Boat has been used as a liveaboard for past four years.

This is a project boat and the price reflects that.

Serious inquiries only. Email LynCFB@gmail.com or call (910) 599-3168 with questions.

Will consider trades.

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Nov 04, 2015
I used to go out on this boat
by: Phyllis Orrick

This used to belong to Robb and Betty Tyler, and it is named after her.

I have fond memories of outings on the Chesapeake Bay when it was Robb's newest boat.

It was delivered in the summer of '59. We rode it up the Hudson in 1960 and decorated it with campaign balloons for Gore Vidal's losing congressional bid in 1960.

Feel free to contact me via gmail.

I'm poberkeley.

Jul 13, 2015
Yacht
by: Anonymous

I would like to buy one for my family

Sep 21, 2013
Kracken
by: James

I used to live aboard one of these beautiful craft.

It had some dry rot inside the cabin windows.

The twin Chrysler Crown 125s could pull an oil tanker.

She proved more than I had the means for back then.

But, I will always love that boat.




Mar 22, 2013
Cost
by: TG

Am I missing the price? I do not see it.


Oct 31, 2011
Still for sale?
by: Anonymous

Is she still available?

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