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.
O
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

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