Exceptionally well maintained & fully fish rigged Egg Harbor 43 Sportfish is now available and priced to sell. Her sportfishing heritage is plain to see from the outriggers to the fighting chair in the well laid out cockpit. Over $65k in maintenance and upgrades in the last three years alone! Please click on the Full Specs tab for more details. This is a boat that's regularly used, not one that's been sitting in a marina for years with no attention. All of the typical repairs you'd expect to make on a vessel of this vintage have already been done and done properly.
For more information contact Scott MacDonald in our Kent Narrows, MD office at 410-827-0873; directly at 703-307-5900; via email email@example.com
Please contact Scott MacDonald at 703-307-5900
Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Flaggstat: United States
Skrogfasong: endret V-bunn skrog
LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Bom: 14 ft 5 in
Maksimum Kjøldybde: 3 ft 0 in
Total Power: 970 HP
Motormerke: Detroit Diesel
Drev type: Direkte drev
Engine Power: 485 HP
Motormerke: Detroit Diesel
Engine Power: 485 HP
Front salon windows removed, filled and fiberglassed. Teak wood panels/trim finish on the inside and gelcoat on the outside.
Original equipment operating salon side windows in aluminum tracks that were prone to leakage were replaced with fixed black tinted glass windows. New side wall panels and window trim were installed and finished to match the interior.
Starboard side entertainment center added when the front windows were glassed in.
New countertops and second sink removed at the bar.
Single piece teak covering boards replace the originals
Cockpit repainted, all fixtures removed and rebed, and salon/cockpit bulkhead refinished
Rub rails removed, rebed and remounted
Salon features an extended couch with internal rod storage and integrated sofa bed, custom swivel chair and peninsula bar stools, custom teak expandable salon table, custom built entertainment center with flat screen tv, and separate AC unit with digital controls and multispeed fan settings. Berber carpet and teak galley flooring. One step down galley with refrigerator/freezer, convection oven microwave, three burner stove top and oversized sink.
Engines were rebuilt in 2003 after the owners first season with the boat with 809 original hours. Johnson & Towers did the rebuild and also installed stainless steel 30 degree dry turbo exhaust elbows from Marine Exhaust Systems. Since the rebuild the engines have been maintained by a J&T mechanic with the owner present. Regular maintenance includes:
Oil, oil filters and fuel filters changed every 100 hours
Fresh water impellers replaced every two years
Cooling systems flush every three years
Antifreeze replaced every three years
Belts and hoses replaced every five years
Engines tuned every three years. Last completed in June 2017
Additional maintenance includes port starter replaced April 2009, port and starboard air coolers rebuilt March 2017, port and starboard heat exchangers replaced September 2017, rebed struts, checked shafts and tuned props March 2017 coolers rebuilt March 2017, port and starboard heat exchangers replaced September 2017, rebed struts, checked shafts and tuned props March 2017. Note that half of the hours accumulated since rebuild have been trolling hours.
Bridge features Furuno radar and color sounder, auto pilot, Garmin touch screen GPS and a Uniden VHF radio. Also has old school Loran, flood light control and stereo. New EZ2C enclosure replaces the old isinglass. The old canvas top has been replaced and the a mate shade for the cockpit was also installed.
All tools, fishing equipment and personal belongings are excluded from the sale.
Courtesy of the Power Boat Guide
The Egg Harbor 43 Sport Fisherman remains one of the more handsome boats in her size class despite the fact that she's been out of production for well over a decade. (Indeed, her balanced lines and muscular profile represent classic convertible styling at its best.) The 43 was built on a stretched version of the Egg Harbor 41 Convertible hull with an additional 100 gallons of fuel for increased range. (Note that the extra two feet of length were used to enlarge the 43's salon dimensions; the cockpit dimensions of both boats are essentially the same.) Several two-stateroom floorplans were offered, and all featured a single head and a mid-level galley. The teak joinery and paneling used throughout is impressive and very well crafted. Taken together, the upscale decor and roomy accommodations make the Egg 43 a comfortable boat for family cruising. Like many 1980s sportfishermen, the front windshield area was glassed over and painted to create a distinctive wraparound black mask surrounding the deckhouse. A pair of 375hp Cats cruise the Egg Harbor 43 in the low 20s, and 485hp Detroits cruise in the mid 20s and reach 27 to 28 knots top.
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.