1965 Trumpy 75'
1965 Trumpy 75'
Boat Name: "America"
America is a 1965 Trumpy Classic currently available for sale in Stuart Florida. This boat has a price of $450,000 Our team at Seattle Yachts is here to help you find the right boat for your needs, budget, and style. We have access to boats off the market that will never be seen online so contact us today with your interest.
|Category:||Antique and Classics|
|Display Length:||75 ft|
|Beam:||18 ft in|
|Max Draft:||4 ft 5 in|
|Fuel Capacity (Gallons):||1,400|
|Fresh Water Capacity (Gallons):||800|
|Number of Engines:||2|
|Engine Make||Detroit Diesel|
|Engine Power||475.00 HP|
AMERICA is for those who can appreciate a very well built, finely finished yacht that will allow them to cruise the coast or intracoastal waterway safely, comfortably, and in style.
Seattle Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Luke Brown Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
The yacht was built for James L. Knight, of Knight Ridder news publishers, in 1965. It was called JIMIANA, a combination of his name and his wife's, Anna. During the winter, James Knight had the boat docked at the Miami Herald building on Biscayne Bay, where his publishing company had headquarters. In 1971, the boat was sold to Francis Burden, and renamed Cavalier II. Over the next 25 years it had several different owners, and named Sea Level II, Yorel VI, Patience II. In 2005 it was purchased by Joe Bartram of Bartram and Brakenhoff Yacht Brokerage. Joe Bartram had a major restoration done at Jim Moores' Marine Center, and the interior was entirely redone with white painted walls, and mahogany door frames, cabinets, and trim. All the wiring and the electrical system were replaced to meet current ABYC and USCG standards. The plumbing was also updated and new Tecma heads installed. It was named Exact, a family yacht name that had been in the Bartram family for generations. In 2008 it was purchased by Theodore Conklin, owner of the American Hotel in Sag Harbor, NY. Conklin installed a Seakeeper stabilizer and put up much of the art work from his family's nautical history. In 2012-13, a major yard period of 7 months replaced planks and frames from the waterline to the keel on the aft third of the hull. Each year more of the original hull has been replaced as necessary, until now it is about 2/3rd complete.
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