Google 1974 Stephens Flush Deck Motoryacht



Year: 1974  
Manufacturer: Wolfe Marine Sales, Inc.
Price: US$115,000  


***BRING YOUR OFFER OWNER SAYS SELL*** EGRET is a classic 50′ Flushdeck Stephens Motoryacht with twin Detroit 671s. She was built was built for George Erhart, a refinery engineer, and designed to be an offshore cruiser for Southern California and Mexican waters. Named Coquette III on commissioning, hull # 178 was the last wooden vessel built by Stephens Brothers (launched June 27, 1974) at the Stockton California yard. Apparently, there was a 49′ sedan fisher named”First Light” under construction at the same time that was launched just prior to Coquette III. The most definitive documentary on the Stephens’ yard, Stephens Boat Builders and Designers, describes her role in ending the wooden boat era. “By the early 1970’s, most contracts called for aluminum and, in 1974, Stephens last wooden boat, the 50′ cruiser Coquette III, was launched in Stockton…After 1974, no yacht smaller than 58′ was built, with most being 75 to 90 feet in length”. (Ward, 2002) This is a 2 boat owner with transferable covered Lake Union live-aboard moorage. Must See!


Fuel 
Hull Material 
Beam 
Max Draft 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Engine Year 
Fuel Capacity 
Length Overall 
Number of Heads 
Holding Tank Size 
Water Capacity 
Stock Number 
Engine Hours 
Number of Berths 
Number of Engines 
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Diesel
Wood
15 ft
3 ft 5 in
Detroit
6-71
1973
900 gal
50 ft
3
60 gal
360 gal
556-477
1700
3
2


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