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Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale
Egg Harbor 41 Convertible 1987 Egg Harbor Boats for Sale





Egg Harbor 41 Boats Review and Specs

Year: 1987  
Manufacturer: Yacht Central, LLC
Price: US$89,900  


“WORLDS AWAY” is a well cared for classic sportfisherman features twin 485hp 671TI Detroit Diesels, 2 stateroom/galley up configuration, large updated salon, flat screen TV, dual A/C units, icemaker, Onan generator, Lewmar windlass, factory stainless steel framed hardtop, bow davit w/ 8′ Caribe rigid hull inflatable w/ 9.9hp Mercury 4 stroke outboard, large tournament style cockpit, bait prep center, livewell, cockpit freezer, swim platform plus much more. This vessel has been kept in very good condition and has been moored under cover for the last 14 years and had new bottom paint w/ epoxy barrier coat and hull buff and wax July 2008. Insurance survey completed July 2008 and available.     Honorable mention: 41 Tournament Fisherman   Egg Harbor Classic Models   The Classic Era was the big time for Egg Harbor Yachts. We’ll skip the details here on their long and successful run of wooden boats from 1946 to 1970, although Egg Harbor certainly built their business during this period. The 37 and 43 foot models were particularly popular, as were the motor yachts. More important, Egg Harbor defined their market and their product with wooden boats. These would continue through the Classic and Modern eras. While some boat builders definitely targeted fishermen, and other builders tried to capture a broad market, Egg Harbor was targeting a more affluent, cruiser or fisherman who appreciates and is able to afford more luxury. Egg Harbor wood models were as often called “Motor Yachts” as “Sport Fisher”, with some “Double Cabins” thrown in. All models included fine interior woods – teak and mahogany – that Egg Harbor Yachts were known for. They included more cabinets, comfortable sofas and beds, and other fine touches not found on other boats. These features would attract a customer base that would remain loyal to the brand going forward.   OWNERS OF THIS VESSEL HAVE SERIOUS INTEREST IN A FLATS BOAT IN TRADE. IF YOU HAVE THE ITCH TO MOVE UP, THEY WISH TO MOVE DOWN TO FLATS STYLED FISHING HERE ON THE WEST COAST.   The sudden shift to fiberglass construction for the entire line in 1971 and 1972 was in part due to the ownership at that time by Fuqua Industries. It is amazing that such a large product line could be converted so quickly. Early models had fiberglass hulls and wood cabins as before. Many boats had teak cockpit soles. This transition period would be brief, followed by full fiberglass fabrication. But the use of teak and other woods for interior and even exterior features would remain an Egg Harbor trademark. It should also be noted that almost all models produced in fiberglass had the model name “Sport Fisher”, which was probably a Fuqua marketing effort to target these new models to the sportfishing market. Other comfort features remained traditional Egg Harbor. Later, in 1979 with Fuqua gone and under new owners, but before the bankruptcy that would end 1979, the Egg Harbor models were broadly renamed “Tournament Fisherman / Sedan Cruiser”. This would be continued throughout the 1980s in an effort to capture the sportfishing market and also serve their cruising customers.   1983-1989. The 41 “Tournament Fisherman / Sedan Cruiser” is a new model on a new hull with many improvements over the 40 Sport Fisher. Still, it was sold alongside the popular 40 footer until 1986. The 41 Tournament Fisherman is almost a foot longer and 6 inches wider than the 40. The cockpit is strikingly larger than the 40 cockpit. And the flybridge comes in helm-forward or helm-back layouts depending on model choice. Forward windows are still included on the 41, with a lower station available and moved to starboard, but rarely seen. Two staterooms are included with an offset queen berth in the forward stateroom and bunks in the guest stateroom to starboard. An improved and modernized galley is to port on


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Diesel
Fiberglass
14 ft 5 in
3 ft
12
DETROIT
671T
500 gal
40 ft 10 in
6 ft 4 in
1
20 gal
80 gal
1100
2
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