Ed Monk boats for sale
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Huntington Beach, CaliforniaNegotiable
I have a newly restored 1952 ed monk trawler. New engine transmission . well almost everything has been redone. new haul paint new deck work ect. I have many photos i could send you. fill free to make a offer. Boat comes with a complete diving compressor and two tanks for a fair offer. very sound boat.
This vessel, as you can see, is beautiful and rare boat. Truly a boat that a yacht lover would enjoy owning. All electronics work and are updated. Per the Owner, it has been Very well maintained over the years. She's turn-key and ready to hit the water. Stock #133010 Very nice 1985 ED MONK COMFORT 38! This offshore capable trawler is ready to go! Reason for selling is not enough time to use the boat.
Moss Landing, California
The flybridge has a toneau cover for full protection. The teak deck is naturally weathered with joints looking clean to the naked eye. The interior is in good overall condition. Boat was hauled and painted in 2016. Stock #159999 Blue water set-up (electronics, water maker, etc.). Comfortable cabin and berths, two heads, fly bridge. Seller is very motivated. If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 1965 Ed Monk 49 MY, just reduced to $149,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Moss Landing, California and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Detroit Diesel engine. Reason for selling is not using.
Port Ludlow, Washington
1975 Ed Monk Cecil Lange Cutter 1975 50' Cecil Lange&Sons built Ed Monk double-.ended Cutter. The design is profiled in Bet Olivers book on Ed Monk boats. Cecil Lange&Sons built and launched in Port Townsend 1975. Heavily built, strip planked and epoxy laminated construction. Beautiful Teak and Mahogany interior. She is equipped for offshore cruising with stout rigging, lifelines and safety equipment. Has sailed to New Zealand, Hawaii, South Pacific, Mexico and Alaska. Many upgrades.
Cruiser, Yacht, Monk, WW2, Cedar, live-aboard, project, coast guard patrol boat1944 coast guard cruiser one of 55 (designed by Monk?) built to patrol Puget Sound primarily for submarines and one of a handful in existence today. At about 50' length overall and 16' beam, it is big enough to live on comfortably but small enough to cruise and get good moorage. Its Port Orford Cedar planked hull on white oak frames is solid and does not leak. In the 70's or so Seawolf was refitted as a charter yacht, cruising from Puget Sound to Alaska, but all of the original military equipment and lines remain for a great "steam-punk" look. Starting at the bow, there is a chain locker, then a porcelain head with porcelain sink and original door, accessible through the captain's berth, which will sleep two (that like each-other) comfortably, in addition to, two hang-up closets, 6 large drawers, many shelves for storage, a curved beam ceiling, ceiling hatch and 4 portals windows. Up 3 steps to the helm, which has a fold down map/charts desk, a sliding outside door on each side, large windshield and side-glass. Floor access hatches to engines and a scuttle to the fly-bridge and a curved beam ceiling. Down 3 steps to a large galley featuring the original diesel cook-stove, military issue GE fridge, double booth and large dining table, 4 portal windows and two fold out windows, curved beam ceiling, walk in pantry with porcelain sink, stainless steel countertop and double bowl sink, drawers, cabinets and under sink storage. Just off the galley is the aft berth, with a folding bunk arrangement, converting easily to either a couch or two bunk-beds, spacious, cool closets and cabinet storage, a portal and opening window, a separate head, equipped with sink, cabinet space and roomy shower, complete with the continued curved beam ceilings. Just off the aft berth, up a couple steps and out the wood panel door, with original brass hardware, to a semi-enclosed observation deck, (aft) open on 3 sides with a full roof and enclosed half wall below and beam ceiling. The fly bridge is also semi-enclosed with full windshield, side windows and open in the back with a large open upper observation deck. There is also a nice for deck with exposed frames and cool woodwork plus 4 large built in deck boxes. The boat has had a lot of TLC paintwork done on the exterior but is not finished. The twin engines are Chrysler Hemi's but they along with the rest of the machinery have been wet during a partial swamping and neglected, so plan on it needing the works to cruise again.This is a big project but it is also very sound, extremely unique and well worth effort. It would not take much to make a fun live-aboard or a get-away cabin (floating or on the hard).
Category Dual Console Boats
Posted Over 1 Month
FOR SALE Classic Ed Monk Sr 37' dual station Cruiser in need of final restoration. Good solid ship with a very nice interior layout, transom door, dual steering stations, 2 heads nice master cabin. All original hardware. Excellent power with a Chris Craft Fresh Water Cooled Marine 307 of 225 HP, 12V DC Starter, Borg Warner Transmission of 2.93: 1 reduction, Wet Exhaust 4 BBL Carb, 172.8 Engine hours. Restoration started and a lot of preliminary sanding done. All Hardware is on the boat. Some railings removed for painting but are stored below. Nice interior wood, Solid decks and hull. Readily able to move on her own bottom and power Newer Bimini Top/ Bridge Enclosure, Ice Box, Toilet, Bath Sink, Galley Sink, Anchor, Bumpers, Bilge Pump, Chain, Dock Lines, Fenders, Fire Extinguisher, Horn, Spotlight, Swim Step, 2 Full Heads, Full Galley, Dual Steering stations, Sound Boat, in the water now. There are beautiful carved out sea horses, and fish on the drawers throughout the ship. See photos. I'm on the East Coast and wish it was here to finish. This nice Monk would make a great live aboard in the SeaTac area or anywhere. Rare Monk design with a Super nice layout for cruising. July 2011 Survey available. MV Enterprise has a 5' draft Gross 17 Ton , Net 14 Ton 35 Gallon Poly Holding tank. Dual 80 Gallon Galvanized Fuel Tanks. Needs finish painting of Hull and topsides. Very sound Vessel with and excellent CC Marine FWC power plant. Present Day New Building Cost on survey is $295,000. Rare Find, Very good investment and Ed Monk Sr. design. The Builder is F.J. Gribble There's only this one off Monk at a Super price. All the Best! Clear Title and all Docs in order for Transfer. Sold As Is Where Is Tacoma, WA. Payment Instructions: $2,000 Deposit required to be received within 3 days of auction end. Balance required to be received within 7 days of auction end. If other payment arrangements are required, please contact Seller for approval in writing. For more info please call 404-402-5657.