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50' Elco Flat Top Classic Motor Yacht WITCH

1921 Cataumet Massachusetts 50 Elco Flat Top Classic Motor Yacht  WITCH
2014 REFIT Year: 1929 Length: 50' Engine - Fuel Type: Twin - diesel Located In: Cataumet, MA Hull Material: Wood Current Price: US$ 395,000 WITCH was built in 1929 by the Electric Launch Company (Elco) and her original longtime hail port was City Island, New York City. In 2014, she underwent an extensive shipyard refit that included new mechanical, electrical & plumbing systems, as well as hull and deck reinforcements, and discreetly placed modern amenities that do not compromise the historic integrity of the yacht. WITCH was awarded "Best Restoration to Original Design" at the prestigious Mystic Seaport Antique & Classic Boat Rendezvous. WITCH's interior layout features two staterooms aft and crew quarters forward of the galley. The galley and crew quarters are separated from the staterooms by the wheelhouse and main salon. Therefore, even at just 50 feet in length, WITCH still uniquely offers privacy for owners who employ crew. As WITCH nears her 90th birthday, the opportunity to own such a rarefied vessel that has been extensively restored is beyond compare for collectors, yacht tour & charter operators, or private ownership. The price includes the cost of refit & our Concierge Yacht Management Service: Documentation & Registration Services, including ensuring proper duty & taxes are handled Insurance Assistance & Procurement Coordination of commissioning in the new owner's port of choice Three months of complimentary yacht management Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Boat Name Witch Specs Flag of Registry: United States Dimensions LOA: 50 ft 3 in Beam: 12 ft 6 in Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in Engines Total Power: 260 HP Engine 1: Engine Brand: CAT Engine - Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Power: 130 HP Engine 2: Engine Brand: CAT Engine Power: 130 HP Cruising Speed: 10 knots Maximum Speed: 12 knots MORE PICTURES UPON REQUEST CONTACT Glenn Schroeder Barnegat Bay Yacht Brokerage 609-312-8263 HeartsDesire1925@aol.com BarnegatBayYachtBrokerage@gmail.com THE "CLASSICS " ARE WHAT WE SELL Thank you, Glenn Schroeder Disclaimer The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.. Located in Cataumet Massachusetts.
Year: 1921  Power: Twin 130 hp (each)   Location: Massachusetts  Contact Number: 609-312-8263  Asking: $395,000  Details & Photos  


50' ELCO Commuter Yacht REBEL

1924 Hilton Head South Carolina 50 ELCO Commuter  Yacht   REBEL
Current Price: US$ 195,000 Rebel is a classic 1928 Elco Commuter. She has been maintained with an open check book, and it shows! Elco built over 3,000 recreation vessels in her 55 year stint for owners such as the Kennedy's, Grand Duke Alexander of Russia, Czar Nicholas II, Henry Ford, and Thomas Edison. Her twin Izuzu engines allow her to easily cruise at 8 knots. This boat turns heads wherever she goes, and will make her next owner extremely happy. Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Boat Name Rebel Engines - Twin Izuzu Diesels (1990) - 150 HP each - 2158 hours Max speed: 11 knots Yanmar 6 KW Generator Tankage Fuel: (2) 175 gallon Aluminum tanks (250 gal. total) Water: (2) 75 gallon SS tanks Accommodations Spacious deck up front with two lounge chairs and functional windless. Below from bow to stern: Crew quarters include a two bunks as well as storage space and a head. comfortable area and could be used for storage or prep as well. Moving aft you will come to the galley. The galley is very functional with a stainless sink and ample storage. To starboard you will have a full size refrigerator and freezer. This will allow you to entertain a large group aboard the vessel. Steeping up you will enter the salon area - pilothouse. There an L-shaped seating arrangement around a table to sit 6. Controls and steering are centerline with great 360 degree visibility. Heading aft you have two staterooms and a large head with a shower and small bathtub. This can be accessed through the walkway or from the master stateroom all the way aft. Recent work - The transom has been completely replaced. Galley Galley down, just aft of the crew quarters. Very workable space - 3 Burner Force 10 stove - Hot and cold water pressure - SS counter tops - Varnished Mahogany lockers - 110V - 12V full size standing refrigerator and freezer ADDITIONAL PICTURES UPON REQUEST CONTACT GLENN SCHROEDER BARNEGAT BAY YACHT BROKERAGE 609.312.8263 HeartsDesire1925@aol.com BarnegatBayYachtBrokerge@gmail.com THE "CLASSICS" ARE WHAT WE SELL Thank you, Glenn Schroeder Disclaimer The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.. Located in Hilton Head South Carolina.
Year: 1924  Power: Twin 150 hp (each)   Location: South Carolina  Contact Number: 609-312-8263  Asking: $195,000  Details & Photos  


32' Elco 325 Cruisette

1937 Raymond Maine 32 Elco 325 Cruisette
Alice Grey is a 1937 Elco Cruisette. She's 32' long and her hull # is 3014. Elco (the "Electric Launch Company") was founded in 1892. The family-owned business built electric motor launches for the purpose of giving rides at the 1892 Chicago Worlds Fair. After the initial success with the fair, the company permanently set up shop in Bayonne, NJ, just outside of New York City where they continued to manufacture boats. The Alice Grey was on exhibit for the Elco company on the floor of the 1937 New York Boat Show. She had just been built for her first owner who resided in New York. In 1960, a new engine was installed at Wayne's Marine in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. That engine, (which is still in the boat) was one of the last B&W Lathrop engines ever built. In 1978, a Portland doctor bought her and the next year found her on Sebago Lake at what is now Richardson Marina. Her current owner bought her in 1990 and was paid by the owner of a prestigious lodge on Sebago Lake to take the guests out on the lake for "cocktail cruises". Alice Grey has had some major hull work done and her exterior cabin restored by a local boat builder - craftsman.She presently is moored in Tapely Cove among the Dingley Islands on Sebago Lake.. Located in Raymond Maine.
Year: 1937  Power: Single 155 hp   Location: Maine  Contact Number: (207) 236-9651  Asking: $15,000  Details & Photos  


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