New 2023 Boats and Yachts -: Herreshoff Harbor Pilot 1974 Available for $25,000

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Herreshoff Harbor Pilot Boats Review and Specs

Year: 1974
Manufacturer: C-Jam Yacht Sales
Price: Max Mile Range:25,000

The vessel is made of full fiberglass construction with a full keel for stability and prop/rudder protection for shallow water cruising. A deep keel protects the prop/rudder and provides stability. Unlike electric boats, it is well suited for offshore cruising and/or fishing. Just reduce the price from $29,000.00 to $25,000.00 … 1974 – Herreshoff Harbor Pilot Launch – A well built and well-found motor vessel ideal for daily endeavors and weekend pleasures. Constructed by skilled craftsmen, modern hand-laid fiberglass materials, teak bright work with bronze hardware and navigation lights. Built at the renowned Nowak & Williams yard in Bristol, Rhode Island, this classic Herreshoff is offered -. It has a lifting Boom & Mast for Lobster or Crab pots hauling. Inboard diesel (Upgraded Engine Pkg.) – Westerbeke – 4 cyl. 30 hp with a Heat Exchanger unit. Calling all Purists. Hull # 63 is -. Meticulously Restored to Original, back to era of 1974. She will cruise at 8 knots. Under 350 hours. All new wiring including engine harness, many, many new parts …. Complete Restoration of the entire vessel. Custom 23ft. Trailer Herreshoff – designed SIX Models from this Cat Hull! The Pilot is one of the Rare ones! Price just Reduced from $29000.00 down to $25000.00 Recent improvements listed below:

  • New restored fuel tank (2011)
  • New red gel coat on hull (2010)
  • Rebuilt starter motor (2010)
  • Rebuilt alternator unit (2010)
  • Rebuilt Westerbeke 30 hp diesel motor (2010)
  • Rebuilt outboard rudder & bronze hardware (2010)
  • Replaced rear main transmission seal & pressure lines (2009) >coupled to direct shaft
  • Stripped bottom paint to gel coat then Barrier coat & bottom paint (2010)
  • New cockpit cushions and instrument gauges (2010)
  • New fan vent unit in cabin (2010)
  • New heavy-duty blower unit to cool diesel motor (2010)
  • Replaced windows in pilot house & vanished trim (2010)
  • Restored teak rails and trim (2010)
  • Painted decks and cockpit (2010)
  • All new wiring of total boat including engine harness (2010)
  • Rebuilt custom tilt galvanized trailer including wiring/lights for long hauls (2010)
  • Polished all bronze hardware (2010)
  • Reconditioned bronze prop (2010)
  • New engine cables (2010)
  • New handrails on cabin top (2010)
  • New metal air cleaner/filter unit for motor (2010)
  • New fuse circuit panel (2010)
  • Purchase bronze porthole unit to see through cabin (2010)
  • New ignition key & kill button unit (2010)
  • New bilge pump & float switch (2010)
  • Add hours & hours of restoration work done on this pilot …

Hull Material 
Hull Shape 
Draft BoardDrive Up 
Max Seating Capacity 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Engine Year 
Fuel Capacity 
Length at Waterline 
Length Overall 
Number of Heads 
Engine Hours 
Number of Berths 
Number of Engines 
8 ft
1 ft 10 in
30 hp Diesel
18 gal
17 ft 10 in
18 ft 2 in
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Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson
Hello there, fellow maritime enthusiasts! I'm Michael Johnson, your friendly editor here at Ever since I can remember, I've been drawn to the allure of the open sea and the beauty of sailboats gliding through the water. I guess you could say that my heart belongs to the waves. As an editor at, I have the incredible privilege of combining my love for sailing with my knack for attention to detail. Ensuring that our content is accurate, informative, and engaging is both a responsibility and a pleasure. Whether it's reviewing sailboat models, discussing maintenance techniques, or sharing tales of epic ocean adventures, I'm here to bring you the best of the maritime world.



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