1985 Trojan Yacht Values, Specs and Prices

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Trojan Yacht Note

No longer in production.
(2002 - 1966)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
9 METER 29' INBD FG 2 350 11000 11'8" Gasoline
F-32/FE 32' INBD FG 2 270 12850 13' Gasoline
10 METER 330 EXPRESS 33' INBD FG 2 300 11250 13' Diesel
10 METER 330 EXPRESS 33' INBD FG 2 350 11250 13' Gasoline
10 METER 330 W/FLYBRIDGE 33' INBD FG 2 350 11250 13' Gasoline
10 METER 330 W/FLYBRIDGE 33' INBD FG 2 300 11250 13' Diesel
10 METER 341 SEDAN 33' INBD FG 2 300 14250 13' Diesel
10 METER 341 SEDAN 33' INBD FG 2 350 14250 13' Gasoline
F-36 CONVERTIBLE/SF 36' INBD FG 2 250 16900 13' Gasoline
F-36 TRI-CABIN 36' INBD FG 2 250 17500 13' Gasoline
TROJAN 37/EX 37' INBD FG 2 350 16800 14' Gasoline
TROJAN 37/EX 37' INBD FG 2 450 16800 14' Diesel
TROJAN 37/FE 37' INBD FG 2 350 18000 14' Gasoline
TROJAN 37/FE 37' INBD FG 2 450 18000 14' Diesel
TROJAN 43/EX 43' INBD FG 2 650 24000 16' Diesel
Trojan Yacht was founded in 1949 in Troy, New York as a producer of wooden-hulled runabout boats. Eventually moving to Pennsylvania, Trojan Yacht would also increase the hull sizes of their boats that would utilize modern fiberglass construction. Building vessels ranging up to 48 feet in length, Trojan Yacht became ideal offshore fishing boats for sport anglers. After the 2002 model year, Trojan Yacht was sold to Genmar Holdings and was renamed the Genmar Yacht Group.