1939 Trumpy Classic Motoryacht
Yacht price :
- Classic Motoryacht
- Annapolis, MD, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- The Washingtonian
- Boat Type:
- Antique and Classic
- Hull Material:
- Hull Type:
- Hull Color:
- John Trumpy
- Flag of Registry:
Dimensions & Weight
- 63 ft - 19.2 meter
- 63 ft - 19.2 meter
- 16 ft 8 in - 5.08 meter
- Draft - max:
- 5 ft - 1.52 meter
- Bridge Clearance:
- Dry Weight:
- 4-71 N
- Cruise Speed:
- Joystick Control:
- Engine Type:
- Drive Type:
- Fuel Type:
- Max Speed:
Total Power: 100
Cruising Speed: 9
Fresh Water: 500
THE WASHINGTONIAN has sleeping accommodations for six in three exquisite staterooms, plus crew accommodations for two. True to her heritage, the interior joinery has been carefully restored. The main salon features the original mahogany raised and fielded paneling. Below decks the cabins are finished in the traditional Trumpy style with white painted bulkheads, varnished mahogany trim, and varnished raised panel joinery. Overheads throughout are painted white with varnished caps on the deck beams. The cabin sole is covered with wool needlepoint carpet throughout. Natural light and ventilation is augmented by air conditioning with individual digital controls in each cabin.
Shaded by an extended hardtop, the aft deck can be totally enclosed to the weather by rolled down eisenglass curtains. Custom built mahogany wing doors port and starboard lead to wide side decks. When opened, the wing doors are designed to recess into the forward bulkhead of the aft deck. In addition to an expandable teak dining table with four matching chairs, the aft deck is furnished with a comfortable teak seating area with chairs, loveseat, and wicker side tables.
The main saloon is entered from the aft deck though a wide mahogany sliding door. The hand rubbed mahogany joinery includes built-in lockers and sideboards. Meticulously upholstered sofas and chairs are covered in crisp and comfortable natural fabrics. A custom built 60" drop leaf table raises to accommodate inside dining for 8. Original hardware and fixtures plus period framed sepia photographs complete the casually elegant décor. The saloon windows can be rolled down for natural ventilation. Forward and to starboard a companionway leads below to the galley, engine room and crew quarters.
The galley is equipped with a four burner electric stove with oven, Westinghouse dishwasher, microwave oven, 11 gallon hot water heater, and full size refrigerator/freezer. There is plenty of storage space and counter top area for food prep. The engine room is aft of and crew quarters are forward from and accessed from the galley. The large crew cabin features a settee to port, over and under single berths to starboard, an original Trumpy mahogany writing desk, and an ensuite head with stall shower. A companionway stair leads aft and up to the saloon.
The walk-in engine room is aft from the galley. The main engines are two 100 hp GM 471's. The Phasor 21kW generator is in a sound shield. There are new aluminum fuel tanks. Both the 12 volt and the 110 volt electrical panels have been replaced, as has most of the major wiring throughout the boat. 125 /240 volts AC electrical system (100 amp max.) 12 volts DC electrical system.
- (2) fuel tanks
- High water alarm
- (2) Oil transfer systems
- Copper fuel return line
- Bronze shafts
- Spare props
- Fuel shut-off control
- USCG approved FE 14 fire control system
- Engine block heater
- Exhaust system heat gauge
- Allison transmissions
- 3 Sump pumps
- Tool kit
- Spare parts
- 6 Marine Air Compressors
- New bronze window screens for Saloon
- Phasor/Kubota generator (1/2000)
- (2) 50 amp dockside electrical cables
- Heart inverter
- 200 amp alternator
- Battery charger selector switch
- Voltage meters
- (6) 8D batteries 2003
- 12 volt lighting system
- 110 volt lighting system
- Battery charger
- Updated electrical panels
The pilothouse is accessed through port and starboard wing doors. A comfortable raised settee is built in along the aft bulkhead. All instruments and controls are mounted for ease of use and service, and are clustered around the helm station. The center panel of the windshield opens, and air conditioning augments the natural ventilation. The teak and fir cabin sole has just been stripped, stained and revarnished. The access hatch to the galley below has been made accessible. Just forward of the pilothouse, the foredeck offers a forward facing bench seat for five.
- Furuno 1832 Radar w/10" display
- VHF radio
- Fire control system discharge
- Wheel steering
- Depthsounder with speed and water temp 2004
- Panasonic telephones and intercom
- Folding chart table
- Vintage engine instrument panels
- Simrad auto-pilot 2004
- Computer nav system with wireless router and interface to GPS/auto-pilot.
- Wx Worx Weather Satellite & Coastal Navigation Programs on computer.
- Pre-wiring and antenna for XM Radio
The owner's master stateroom has been enlarged to accommodate a queen sized centerline berth with additional storage, bookshelves and built in dressers. The berth is fitted with the finest quality, high thread count linens. A large hanging locker is located along the forward bulkhead, and offers an acoustical buffer from the guest quarters. The very large master head has been completely renewed, and is equipped with a beautiful teak and holly sole, a stall shower, vanity, marine toilet, custom egyptian cotton towels, and high quality fixtures. Five large portholes provide lots of natural light and cross ventilation.
Forward of the master stateroom are two identical cabins that even the most discriminating guest will enjoy. Both of these staterooms feature comfortable twin berths with sumptuous linens. Each has a hanging locker on the outboard side, plus drawer storage, a night stand, opening bronze ports and individual air conditioning controls. A large guest head is nearby in the lower companionway. In the head, your guests will find period fixtures, beautiful linens, a teak and holly sole, and a cast iron bath tub.
This stunning 63' Mathis/Trumpy has undergone a thorough $1,000,000+ structural and mechanical refit. Her lovely original design details and interior joinery have been carefully restored while being improved and updated with modern systems and ammenities. 3 comfortable double staterooms, the elegant saloon, huge enclosed aft deck and all of the modern conveniences make this a very livable and comfortable yacht. The WASHINGTONIAN is the ideal solution for a discriminating classic enthusiast. She truly must be inspected to fully appreciate all that she has to offer. The renewal of the US Coast Guard "COI" inspection for 30 passengers (lakes, bays and sounds-warm water) is in place, which will create interesting charter possibilities. The WASHINGTONIAN is beautifully decorated and offered for sale with an exhaustive inventory of her furnishings and accessories. The Yacht is essentially being offered as fully found as shown, with only some minor exclusions of Owner's personal artwork, china, crystal and silverware items. A detailed list of exclusions will be gladly provided to a prospective contract purchaser upon request.
- The Washingtonian has been used in filming various movie, television, and print media.
- 2005 Side teak decks re-bunged & caulked.
- 2006 Topsides faired & painted, 3 coats Z-Spar 99.
- 2006 Bright work re-stained and varnished.
- 2006 Mast reworked to be lowered for bridges - clearance when down is
- 2006 Upper collision bulkhead installed for Coast Guard Certification.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.