Founded in 1949 by Jim McQueen and Harper hull, Trojan Yachts began in a small shop in Pennsylvania Dutch country. In just a few years, it was producing 20 wooden boats a week, and in 1954 the famous Trojan Sea breeze was debuted, generating an impressive 800 orders. The well-known 31-foot Sea Voyage followed, and by 1968, Trojan was the second largest producer of inboard wooden powerboats in the world. The company eventually made the transition to fiberglass, producing a full line of mid-sized cruisers. In addition to producing a number of historically popular models (the Trojan 32 sedan among them), Trojan contributed its share of innovations. In 1981, for instance, it introduced the International Series of Mediterranean-style cruisers that represented the wave of the future as these low-slung boats with curvy lines made the squared edges of the competition look obsolete. Trojan Yachts ceased production in 1992. The company’s assets were purchased by Miramar Marine, later to be known as Genmar Holdings Inc. of Wisconsin.
1988 Trojan 46 Flybridge Luxurious two stateroom floor plan Features an extravagant main salon with huge settee and high/low dining table on starboard side with convertible corner lounge, Lucite stools and snack bar on port side. The spacious complete galley is down two steps portside and open to the salon. Guest stateroom with full size bed is forward to starboard and master stateroom with center king is forward. Both staterooms feature private heads with stall showers, tile floors and Corian countertops with integral sinks. Full carpeting is soft stone Gray. Wall coverings and upholstery are complimentary shades of light and dark Gray and Beige LOA 46ft, Beam 16'3, Draft 3'6, Disp 37000lbs Twin J&T 8V92TIB 750hp each,single wet turbos. Engine hours: Port 150 smoh, Star 875 original with all new hoses. Cruise 23 knts Fuel 750 gal Water 175 gal Color TV, CD player, cassette recorder stereo system in deckhouse with speakers & volume control on bridge. Furuno 24mi Radar, Furuno GPS, Robertson Auto-Pilot, Horizon depth finder, seawater temp, travel log etc, VHF Mini blinds Gray carpet with Gray/Black fabrics & vinyl Huge convertible corner settee Undercounter (2) SubZero freezer and refrigerator. Sharp convection oven Princess 3 burner counter top stove Icemaker in galley freezer Raritan icemaker in cockpit cabinet with large insulated ice chest Bridge has bar sink and under counter refrigerator with ice tray freezer compartment Central Vac system GE toaster oven GE garbage compactor New combo washer dryer in custom cockpit cabinet with separate storage section SeaWolf windlass with Danforth anchor with 8' chain, 5/8 line 4 large Black fenders 3/4 Black braided dock lines 1000lb 110V electric davit on bow. 8 life jackets 3 sided Isenglass enclosure on bridge. Rupp #4111 double spreader Tournament Outriggers powder coated Black with Gold spreaders (hose off to clean!) 2 removable fish boxes under cockpit Transom door to swim platform with boarding ladder Removable Gray snap down carpet for cockpit and fly bridge area Fresh & Saltwater washdown in cockpit Racor filters on engines & generator Onan 12.5kw generator with approx.1600 hrs Glendinning engines synchronizer Glendinning Cablemaster 220V50 amp single line retractable shore cord 3 auto bilge pumps Fireboy auto Halon fire control system in engine room Easy engine room access from cockpit 3 Cruisair A/C units with new digital controls Bennett trim tabs Hydraulic steering Vacuflush fresh water sanitation system. 30gal holding tank with overboard optional discharge (4) 8D engine batteries Auto 30 amp battery charger 2 extra props 28 X 31 Walker Air Seps on main engines Walker Fuel Sep/Cond on main engines Custom dingy cradle on bow will hold 15 tender. Excellent condition! Located in Tampa, FL. Call Scott for more info at 813-926-2400 or toll free at 877-351-0371. - 1988 Trojan 46
|Hull Shape||Deep Vee||Stock Number||21491|
|Number of Engines||1|
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