Listed at $26,900
Available for SaleSportfish36' 1978 Trojan
With a production run spanning two decades, the F-36 was one of the most popular production
boats ever designed, The Trojan 36 Convertible was an affordable blend of traditional
styling, comfortable accommodations, and good all-around performance.
She was built on an easy-riding fiberglass hull with moderate beam, nearly
flat after sections, and a shallow keel for directional stability. A forward
galley, a step down from the salon, and the lower helm was a popular option.
Teak trim and wall coverings are used throughout the interior,
and large cabin windows admit plenty of natural lighting. On deck, the
cockpit is big enogh for some light-tackle fishing, and the tournment-style
flybridge provides seating for up to five. Owner has moved on to a larger
sport fish model and would like this Trojan sold. She has had good care by a professional captain owner.
Specs, Features and Equipment
TYPE: Sport Fish
FUEL CAP: 300 US gallons
WATR CAP: 80 US gallons
WT/DISP: 16,100 lb.
RIG: Fly Bridge
HULL MAT: Fiberglass
POWER: Twin Gas
CRUISE SPD: 20 KNOTS/26 WOT
The vessel “REGINA ELYSE” is a 36’ twin screw fiberglass power boat built in 1978 by Trojan Whittaker Yachts, Lancaster, PA 17604. Construction is hand lay-up glass reinforced plastic from two molds joined at deck line with ply cored decks. Design is Trojan convertible with twin inboard gas engines and fly bridge. Hull is modified vee with 9 degree dead rise aft. Topsides are white, bottom; blue and decks are white.
Cooking is by Kenyon 2-burner electric cook top. Refrigerator is new Norcold 12-110 volt. Toilet is Thetford self contained flush with 25 gallon holding tank, macerator, Y valve and overboard discharge. Vessel lay-out is master cabin forward with guest cabin to starboard, toilet and shower to port with main salon, galley and aft cockpit. Helm seats on flybridge. Cockpit to bridge ladder is aluminum with teak steps.
Power is furnished by twin Chrysler V/8 gas engines, purchased and installed 2018, HP is 250 each engine, approximately 300 hours reported. Cooling is by fresh water. Beds are fiberglass stringers with wood stiffeners for mounts. Mounts found in good condition and secure. Exhausts are rubber through fiberglass mufflers. Transmissions are Borg Warner velvet drive. Shaft log stuffing boxes are adjustable seals. Shifts and throttles are Morse lever controls from bridge and lower stations.
Vessels system is 12 volt with 115/220 volt shore power. Circuit protection is by panels with breaker switches for both systems along with vapor proof battery switches. Three 2020 installed group 27 Interstate 12-volt batteries are provided for house and engine start. Battery charging is by alternators on engines and Guest battery charger 20 amp auto. Auxiliary power is furnished by a Honda 2000 portable generator Shore power cable is 30 amp. Inverter is Wagner Pro Line 3000 watt.
Two galvanized and two aluminum fuel tanks are under the cockpit deck. Capacity is 300 US gallons. Installation conforms to ABYC standards.
- Ritchie compasses (2)
- Standard Horizon VHF radio
- Simrad Nsc12 Radar/Sonar/GPS
- Flat panel TVs
- Sony stereo system
- Alpine stereo
- Safe T Alert fume detector
- Engine alarms
- FX 23 anchor with 5/16"chain and ¾” rode
- Goode electric windlass
- (4) Coast Guard approved portable ABC units
- Rule 2000 GPH auto bilge pumps
- Rule 800 GPH
- Shower sump pump
- AC pump
- Fresh water pump
System is enclosed in salon exterior wall
- Lines and fenders
- Life preservers (15) total
- First aid kit
- Flares 2020
- Hot and cold pressure water 100 US gallons capacity
- 6 gallon hot water heater
- Holding tank is 25 US gallon plastic
- Oil and Marpole discharge cards
- Dockside water connection with regulator
- Shore power cord 30 amp
- Cockpit spreader lights
- Outriggers Rupp
- Life ring
- GE microwave oven
- Underwater lights
- Life raft 6 man
26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Pier One Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
|LOA:||36' (11 m)|
|Beam:||14' (5 m)|
|Location:||Florida, Port Charlotte, United States|