Lot 173- 1972 Egg Harbor 38’ Flybridge


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What’s old is new again! This Egg Harbor may be an older hull, but so much has been upgraded it’s hard to call her a “’72”.

Formerly owned the owner of Sea Marine, a renowned boatyard in Port Townsend, WA, this boat has been refurbished and repowered. Gone is the old Chevy gas powered 454, she now sports twin Yanmar 6LP-STE diesels at 300 horsepower each, with less than 1000 hours on them. She’ll cruise at 15 knots, (top speed 20kts.) Fuel capacity is 400 gallons between port and starboard aluminum tanks.

She features a 90-gallon, stainless steel fresh water tank and a SeaLand VacuFlush head with a 30-gallon holding tank.

The galley has a stainless-steel sink, propane stove/oven and an AC/DC refrigerator. The main cabin also features a Hurricane diesel hydronic hot water heater that also provides central, thermostat-controlled heat throughout the living spaces. Hot water can also be provided by the auxiliary electric water heater.

She has new canvas on the flybridge and has been meticulously rewired, including a new inverter.

Makai was last hauled out in April 2019 for new bottom paint, zincs and inspection at Sea Marine in Port Townsend, WA.

The boat layout is a flybridge, main cabin, head, two crew bunks and two beds in the forward berth.

The advantage of a classic Egg Harbor is the fiberglass hull is over an inch thick and the teak deck is also a SOLID inch thick. And just refinished…

The Makai (renamed from Eggsplorer in2013 with proper ceremony to the Gods of the Winds, including Champagne…) is a wonderful cruiser, live aboard, charter or fishing boat, (she’s caught over 2000 tuna…), and is a USCG Documented Vessel.

The boat will be sold “as is”, including all furnishings on board. Located in Washington.