43′ 1989 Trojan Meter Express

Vessel Specifications

Propulsion

  • Engine Make: Twin Detriot 671 TI
  • Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Horse Power: 485HP
  • Hours Port: 1608
  • Hours Starboard: 1608

Accommodations

Sleeps Six

Two on the U shape dinette

Two in the bunk room

Two in the Master Cabin on a Queen Island Berth

Two Marine Air Conditioning With Reverse Heat

 

Galley

Large 110v side by side refrigerator/ freezer

110V refrigerator in the cockpit

Microwave

Trash compactor

Sink

Pressure water

Hot water

Stove top

Storage

Head

Vacu Flush Head

Stall Shower

Sink

Pressure water

Hot water

Storage

 

Navigation & Electronics

VHF

Autopilot

Garmin GPS

Depth Finder

Radar does not work

Compass

Electrical &Safety

Dual 30 Amp Electric

Two Power Coords

Onan 8.0 KW Gen

Life Jackets

Throwable

Fire Extinguisher

Deck/Hull

Custom Hardtop

Full enclosure

Cockpit cover

Swim Platform

Swim Ladder

Speed 

Cruise Speed 20 knots

Max Speed 28 knots

 

Weight & Dimensions

Length…………………………… 43’0″
Beam…………………………….. 16’3″
Draft……………………………….. 3’2″
Weight……………………… 24,000#
Clearance………………………. 10’1″

Tanks

Fuel………………………….510 gals.
Water……………………….175 gals.
Waste…………………………75 gals.
Hull Type……………….. Modified-V
Deadrise Aft………………………12°

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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BOAT SPECS

  • Year: 1989
  • Current Price: US $49,900
  • Located in Baltimore, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Diesel
  • YW# 1550-7199179

DESCRIPTION

The most compelling feature of the Trojan 13 Meter Express is her massive beam—the cockpit and cabin proportions in this boat are truly immense. (Indeed, the 13 Meter is so wide that she’ll be a tight fit in many 45-foot slips.) She’s built on a fully cored, low-deadrise hull with broad chine flats and side-dumping exhausts. Below deck, her spacious two-stateroom floorplan is a blend of designer fabrics, curved bulkheads, and white Formica counters—a high-style decor in the 1980s, but definitely dated by today’s earth-tone standards. The forward stateroom in the 13 Meter is huge and came with an air-operated compartment door. There are over/under berths in the guest stateroom, and the dinette table in the salon can be electrically raised and lowered. Visibility from the double helm seat is surprisingly good, and there’s room in the enormous cockpit to entertain a small army. A center vent in the windshield is electrically operated, and large hatches in the bridge deck provide access to the big engine room. (Note the absence of a cockpit transom door.) A bow pulpit, swim platform, and radar arch were standard. GM 735hp 8V92 diesels will provide an honest 30-knot cruising speed and a top speed of 32+ knots..