1929 38 ft Elco Tri-Cabin Cruiser

Purchased in 1972 - launched in 1977. Restored by the owners who have maintained her for 33 years.
Powered by a Lehman Ford 125 h.p. diesel engine.
riginal dinghy "Princess" and Elco motor included.

Her name is "Queenie" after the "African Queen," and we were called Katherine and Humphrey while restoring her.

She has 2 heads, private Captain's quarters & Crew's quarters.
Sleeps 6. Main salon boasts an antique love seat, antique tea table with wicker chairs and a parquet floor. The galley is equipped with a propane stove, ice box converted to refrigerator, and a hanging closet with a door that unfolds into a dining table.

The Captain's quarters has a full-size dresser with beds on either side. The beds are covered with crocheted bedspreads. Also a shower and a Franklin Delano Roosevelt clock. All of this is included for $125,000. or best offer.

"Queenie" is the sister ship to Charles Lindberg's honeymoon vessel of years past.
We are forced to sell due to the advancing years of the owners.
A beautiful cruiser that has taken many show awards and is very sea worthy.

Please call evenings 845-635-3126

Classic Boats - 1929 38' Elco Cruiser