Google 1989 Edward Diggs Deadrise

Year: 1989  
Manufacturer: Marine Concepts Yacht Sales
Price: US$110,000  

The Miss Diana is a traditional wooden deadrise built in 1989 by Edward Diggs at Horn Harbor Marina. She is 44′  x 13′ beam with a 3.5′ draft Originally built for crab potting and dredging,she was converted and thoughtfully upgraded for recreational use by the present owner. Only 245 hrs on the Caterpillar 3126 diesel and Twin Disc transmission.  All old-growth Douglas Fir construction.  Religiously maintained; yearly haulouts & total boat repaint every spring.  Dual-station Hynautic steering. Dual-station VHF,Radar, GPS, locomotive horns, flat screen TV, custom memory foam king size mattress, refrigerator, AC/heat, 4 Bose outdoor speakers for sound system; 2 new 8D batteries/new battery charger.  New interior & exterior custom cabinets; head w/electric commode & two original stained glass windows; Sun screens in cockpit. Two very comfortable large Ketler outdoor chairs that will only fit on a 44′ deadrise.  Electric windlass, 10 person Jim Bouy life float, marine bbq; dockside dock box.  6′ West Marine dock box on board.  Extended 24′ wood top over cockpit/fiberglass covered; 18 gal holding tank & 18 gal freshwater supply tank for freshwater head; 18 gal. freshwater supply tank: Salt water washdown. Two 3500 gal Bilge Pumps; 100 gal fuel tank. She cruises 14-16 knots at 2400 rpm, burning 10 gal/hr. If you want a historic deadrise for your enjoyment, you will not find a better deck layout, more conviences or better upgrades than on Miss Diana.  Conversion to this condition has exceeded 160k.

Hull Material 
Draft Board/Drive Up 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Length Overall 
Number of Engines 
13 ft
3 ft 6 in
44 ft

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