3248 Elwood Drive ........... Racine, WI 53406
262-554-1370 ................ fax 262-554-1371
In Illinois cell 847-338-8808
1990 Legacy 32' Mk II Trawler
New Lower Price !!
A classic full displacement pilothouse trawler, is one of those boats makes every head turn when you enter the harbor. Hand laminated molded fiberglass construction,, full length enclosed lead keel, skeg hung rudder, protected prop, bilge keels, and double ended design provide maximum safety and seaworthiness.
Built in the USA of quaility materials throughout, Legacy Yachts has been in business for over 20 years working mostly in the commercial vessel and trawler field.
Well equipped with a Kohler 4KW generator, reverse cycle heat and air and autopilot, she is ready for long distance cruising or weekends on the water. Using only .7 gal/hour at 6 knots, you have the freedom to go whereever you want economically and comfortably.
Starting forward, there is a guest stateroom with a roomy vee berth with a filler cushion. The berth has an additional 1" memory foam cushion added and all cushions have been newly recovered through out the entire boat. The very bow has an removeable panel for access to the anchor locker. The stateroom features three opening bronze ports with a large overhead opening hatch. There are adjustable reading lights mounted at the head on each side of the berth, a shelf along each side of the berth for your "little items" like glasses and books, a gear hammoch for more storage and speaker for listening to the boat's builtin stereo system. Under the berth there are two large storage areas with easy access doors.
Moving aft, to port and still within the stateroom is more built-in storage with a hanging locker, two generous drawers, two more cabinets and a mirror.
Across to starboard is the head. Hot and cold pressure water (of course ...), shower with sump, vanity with sink and mirror, bronze porthole, manual head with holding tank, storage and plenty of light and ventilation.
Under the stairs to the pilothouse is a roomy area perfect for a tool chest, and in front of that is access to the rear of the engine compartment with batteries and the holding tank.
Next aft and up is the pilothouse. Featuring port and starboard teak doors for ease of access for boarding and docking. The Pilothouse design gives great visability in any sea conditions with the inward slanting windows allowing minimal use of the windshield wipers. The electronics are easily accessible and there is plenty of room for future upgrades. To port is the electrical panel and controls for both the 12V and 110V ships systems, and the VHF radio, and gauges are mounted overhead. The center panel lifts up for easier access to the front stateroom, and the current owner made a fill in panel to cover the entrance to the stairway to prevent a misstep.
The helm seat folds flush against the bulkhead when not in use, then extends to easily fit two for cruising.
Next aft and down one step is the salon. The dinette wraps around the port and aft side of the salon, with all new upholstery in 2004. The table now been modified to an "oval" shape, with rounded corners for ease in moving about the cabin.. There is a "ton" of storage under the settee. There is a 20" TV with VCR and DVD mounted up in the aft starboard corner for great viewing from anywhere in the salon.
The very workable galley extends along the starboard side. It features a double S.S. sink, hot and cold pressure water, a Norcold model DE-704D1 refrigerator with freezer , a built-in coffee maker, a (new in 2005) Sharp microwave and a two burner electric stovetop. There is lots of counterspace, plenty of storage and with all the windows, it is a pleasant and spacious place to live and entertain.
In the center of the aft bulkhead of the salon is the companionway stairs to the aft deck with a large lifting hatch for easy exit and more ventilation. To starboard is the passageway with two steps down into the aft stateroom. Along the outside wall of the passageway is a large hanging locker and more drawers for storage.
The aft stateroom features a pullman berth on port. There are more opening bronze ports and lots of light for reading or just hanging out. There are two large draws for additional storage under the berth. The current owners just added a memory foam mattress topper to make this a very comfortable berth.
Mounted coffee maker
The Bridge ...... and the aft deck
At the helm .......
New Furuno 1724C/1734C radar assembly 2008. System includes color Furuno chartplotter model 1720C, exceptionally high resolution chartplotter. Vessel now has 2 independent chartplotters for safety and redundancy. Electronic Chart Clip cartridges for the entire Great Lakes, the Inland River system, Gulf Coasts, Atlantic seaboard are included. All charts needed for the full Great Loop trip. This is the Navionics Gold system.
Deck and Hull
The well laid out deck gives easy access for line handling, with entry from either side from the dual pilothouse doors. Easy access to the foredeck for docking and anchoring.
A well built hand laminated molded fiberglass hull, built in the USA by a company still in business more than 20 years. She is a full displacement hull with a full length enclosed lead keel, a skeg hung protected prop and rudder.
The previous owner had new bilge keels installed in 2003 to enhance the stablity.
She is equipped with both a plow anchor and a Danforth anchor, each with an anchor rode with 10 feet of chain and line rode..Danforth 24# anchor w/ 180' of 7/16 rode
Hand laminated molded fiberglass
Full displacement hull
Full length enclosed lead keel
Skeg hung protected prop and rudder
Bilge keels (2003)
2 anchor rodes with 10 ft chain termination
Shore power lines 25’ and 50’
Dock lines 5/8”
Spring lines ½” nylon
12 Gauge Flares
Orange smoke Flares
Green dye Packs for Throwable PFDs
Type IV throw cushion
Radar reflector in stack
Rescue throw rope
Force ten propane gas grill (outside)
Kohler 4 kw generator powered by a Yanmar 2-FL diesel with only 50 hours
Raycor 200R primary fuel filter, e
E ngine shop manual for generator
12 volt DC and 110 volt AC ship systems
Automatic marine battery charger, new batteries in 2005.
Engine and Mechanical
Single Perkins prima M50 diesel, 50 HP, 750 hours
Speed: Cruise 6 knots, Max 7.5 knots
Fuel consumption @ 6 knots 0.5 gal/hr
Gulf coast (Belgoes) fuel polishing system (2001)
Raycor dual 500MA primary filters with bypass (Perkins)(2004)
Remote vacuum gage (2004)
Engine shop manual
Bilge buster ozone generator in engine room (2003)
Raritan Compact Marine head (Rebuilt 2002)
Atwood 5gal water heater
Fireboy engine room auto halon fire extinguisher
Serviced at least Yearly:
Service Every other year:
Belts, filters, other….
This is a true quality yacht that is very well cared for. A must see for anyone in the market. You will not be disappointed.
This great boat was designed at the factory to be able to be shipped by truck, with a factory designed trucking height of about 12' 4" - 12' 6". This vessel can be shipped anywhere in the country (or world).
These owners are now ready to go back to sailing ....
Lots more pictures available by email ..... Make an appointment now.