1985 Eagle 32' (9.75 m)
Marathon, Florida, United States
1985 Eagle 32 Trawler - Introducing Castaway
Flag of Registry: United States
- Motor Yachts
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: ETY32004D585
The salty lines and workboat profile of the Eagle 32 portray a sense of confidence unique to tugboat-style designs. Built in Taiwan by Transpacific Marine, her displacement hull is constructed of solid glass with a full-length skeg for prop and rudder protection. Her slightly rounded transom moderates the effects of a following sea, while a hard chine and long keel provide good stability. As it is in most Asian-built boats, the interior of the Eagle is finished with grain-matched teak cabinetry and joinery. Visibility from the raised pilothouse is excellent. With large windows and portholes throughout every angle you move is a fantastic view of the surrounding waters.
Sliding doors are located port and starboard. All instrumentation and electronics are installed for easy viewing from the helm seat. A large chart box is next to the helm. The entire pilothouse sole is removeable for easy access to the engine compartment. Going aft down two steps to the main salon, the galley is forward with an L-shaped dinette settee to port. Opposite to starboard is a bench seat. There is access to the cockpit via a full-sized door and hatch in the aft end of the cabin.
The L-shaped galley is in the starboard forward corner of the main cabin. The galley has a built-in Dometic fridge freezer, a stainless-steel sink and countertop. With a Magic Chef 4-burner stove with oven there is plenty of cook space for entertaining or a family?s needs.
Lots of storage space throughout means never having to compromise for provisions. Forward cabin has a large full v-berth with A separate shower and head to provide the optimal amount of space for each.
The electronics include a Garmin 3205 GPSMAP, a VHF and a Lowrance chart plotter. Remote spotlight.
Curved cockpit aft with large swim platform, propane locker and Bimini top.
Dual Racor 500 series filters for engine.
Canvas window shades for salon windows and forward.
A very salty little tug-style cruiser. The owner reports her to be very sea kindly and extremely economical. She is the perfect cruising vessel for a cruising couple. We highly recommend you inspect this beautiful and well-equipped vessel.
In Stock: Yes
LOA: 32' (9.75 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Beam: 11' 6''
Single Berths: 1
Queen Berths: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Finish: Blue
Fuel Tank: 160 Gallons (605.67 Liters)
Fresh Water: 200 Gallons (757.08 Liters)
Holding Tank: 25 Gallons (94.64 Liters)
Exterior Color: Blue
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Based out of Marathon in the Heart of the Florida Keys, Daryl has been sailing all types of boats since he was 6. Yes, that was 51 years ago. He has seen a lot and done a lot. He enjoys sailing, fishing and snorkeling. A pure for love for boats and all things boating, Daryl will bring tremendous amounts of energy and dedication to providing you with the top-notch boat buying or selling that you deserve. He has 4 beautiful granddaughters that he loves with all his might and simply cannot wait for them to get a little bigger so they can all go sailing together. Fun fact - Darylâs dad, although an excellent captain, was not the best navigator and taught Daryl very early on how to navigate. Right before Daryl took over the duties completely, they were motoring down a narrow canal in south Louisiana with nice houses on both sides. All was going great until all of a sudden, the bow began to rise and rise until it came back down with a mighty splash. Dad had not read his 20-year-old chart (eons before electronic ones) and BAMM they had knocked out the power to dozens or more of expensive homes with families out having their Sunday BBQâs. Well, they never blinkedâthey just turned and ran as fast as the little two cylinder would run.