1961 Krogen 42' motorsailer

by Jon
(34223)

Krogen

Krogen

Ruggedly built of teak, mahogany and ipol by American Marine in Hong Kong this classic vessel is one-of-a-kind.

She is currently floating and running and lying in Englewood Florida.

She has two new headsails and a serviceable mainsail.

Her 140 hp Deutz diesel engine runs well.

There were reportedly only three of these vessels built and only two remain, designed by James Krogen of the Kadey-Krogen trawler company.

She is a worthy project needing a haulout, some refastening, batteries and lots of paint and varnish.

I had her looking great but a job entailing travel has her looking neglected.

A unique design element is the large sportfish style cockpit.

She has a full galley a/c and a generator.

Please inquire for more info.

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Available?
by: Paul

Is the boat still available?

If so how much are you asking for it?

Available
by: Britt

Hello, is she still for sale?

Updated 10/29/15
by: Anonymous

Yes still for sale at 15k firm.

Curious
by: Rick

Do you still have this boat for offer & if so, what are you asking?

Thank you,

Rick


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