1983 Trojan 10 Meter Aft Cabin

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Make
Trojan
Type
Powerboats
Model
10 Meter Aft Cabin
Length
33'
Hull material
Fiberglass
Year
1983
Class
Aft Cabin 1
Fuel type
Gas
Engine type
inboard
Name
Trojan 10 Meter Aft Cabin 1983
Location
Price
$14,000

1983 Trojan 10 Meter Aft Cabin

*Liveaboard with lots of space and sleeping area *Separate master suite with shower aft *Full galley with microwave, stove, refrigerator, Keurig, sink *Two heads and showers *Dining area/salon forward *Aft cabin with two beds *Water heater *Convertible dinette bed *TV/DVD player *Ample storage *New outdoor carpet in cockpit *Swim platform *Sundeck area over aft cabin *Electric Dinghy davit* Twin Crusader 454 cu.in. 350 hp inboard engines *Cruising speed around 22 knots **Needs some TLC if you want to take it out for long cruises ** UNIQUE TROJAN MODEL Rare 33ft express styled boat Model: International Aft Cabin Custom Made Aluminum Cockpit Cover A unique boat... Plenty of sleep space for up to 7 , with 2 cabins including stand up aft cabin with its own head, each with own vacu-flush head and shower. Separate cabins allows privacy for you and your guests or children with AC and Heat. Very ruggedly built, LOA 13' beam, VHF radio, compass, fridge, stove, microwave, Twin 350 Crusader engines (454 CID) Reasonable offers will be considered

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