Lobster Yacht / Picnic Launch made by Wharton Ship Yard now Jamestown Boat Yard in 1958, for a wealthy Jamestown family to specifically watch the 1958 America’s Cup Races. A semi- displacement hull made of mahogany planking over white oak frames with marine grade plywood for deck and cabin sides. Maintained by the qualified present owner for the last 30 years and has been in the water for the last 30 summers. The wheel house has a single action throttle with over 6ft of headroom and an auxiliary tiller at the stern. Down below has a head, a cooking area, could sleep 2 persons easily and also has over 6ft of headroom. The cockpit area can comfortably seat 6 people. A storage box is located in the middle of the cockpit floor with a top that opens and is large enough for all the bumpers and dock lines and can also be used as a table or a seat while fishing. It also swing upward for easy access to the entire exhaust system.
Her engine is a 1960 Chrysler Crown Flathead 6 cylinder (gas) with circulating anti freeze through a ‘keel cooler’ and seperate sea water cooling for the exhaust system. She cruises at 9.5 mph with a top end of 10.5 and only burns 2 gallons an hour along with being very quiet.
Accessories include: cushions, chairs, electronics, anchors and lines, bumpers and many extra components, like a small solar panel on roof for maintaining the proper battery charge.
Her over all condition is good.
So, if your looking for a smaller boat with a lot of room for you and your friends to enjoy a day fishing or just cruising the harbor in any kind of weather, this is the one.
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