Marlin

BOAT ID: 7610452

Year: 1959
Length: 24 ft.
Engine/Fuel Type:
Located In: Newport, RI
Hull Material: Wood

Current Price: $199,000

Contact Information
Name: Donald Tofias
Phone: 4018475449
Email: dtofias@sparkmanstephens.com

The 1959 MARLIN is a very classic full-size Runabout restored to “as new” condition with all systems updated to current ABYC standards.  Her cosmetics and aesthetics are at Concours d’ Elegance level. Outfitted with a custom trailer and a full boat cover she is easy to travel and to maintain.


Accommodations
Number of Heads: 1
Other 5

Dimensions:
LOA-Hull: 21.5 ft.
LOA-Total: 24 ft.
Beam: 8.75 ft.
Length on Deck: 21.5 ft.
Maximum Draft: 2 ft.
Displacement:

ENGINES

ENGINE 1
Brand: Chrysler
Year Built: 1968
Engine Model: 440 B/RB
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Fuel Type: unleaded
Engine Hours:
Drive Type: Direct
Engine Power: 275

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: gallons
Fuel Tanks: gallons
Holding Tanks: gallons

Classic Runabout Restored

Marlin is a 1959 runabout built on a traditional plank frame construction with cedar planking over mahogany saw frames.  An engine update was preformed in the late 1960, but was removed during 2019 refit and completely.  

Marlin has an open yes cockpit with a small cuddy cabin forward and a flush fore deck, laid in teak.  Superstructure is built from mahogany and remain in perfect condition to this day including original hardware.

During an extensive 18 month refit this rare Prowler was brought back to current ABYC standards.  All electrical systems were upgraded and/or replaced.  The engine was rebuilt.  A custom designed and fabricated swim platform was added.  the open cockpit layout was upgraded to additional rear seating.  A new marine head was added.  All bright mahogany was stripped, faired, stained and newly varnished.

 

 



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