Boat Reviews By Owners
1939 -- 44' 0" BREESE-GARWOOD
Model: 3-Cabin Diesel Motoryacht Classic
Cockpit: helm station in salon, real classic instrumentation, vintage! salon with wood restored table, foldable, 2 two -seater sofas, big fridge freezer 110 V,
side table with antique lamp, real hard wood floors, floor on hinges for access to big engine room with great access, 3 steps forward and aft leading to state rooms, full galley.
Big windows around hard top salon cockpit, 2 doors on both sides, hatches, screens, see=through window covers,
space for TV and lots of other things.
Cabin: 2 state rooms, one forward with bunkbeds ,
closet space, space for computer, drawers, windows, dresser, private head with shower and stainless steel sink,
ceramic tiled countertops, hardwood floors
master stateroom after with 2 single beds, closet space, storage space, hatch and door to afterdeck, head with
electric toilet, monitor, sink, ceramic tiled countertop, Y-valve etc.
Full Galley with 2 burner electric and 2 burner alcohol stove, another fridge-freezer, ceramic tiled countertops, sink, cabinets, toaster oven and more.
Construction: Cypress planks on oak frame, very good condition, bottom to boot stripe, decks and roof cabins recently fiberglass epoxied, new staffing box, new thru-hulls, new stainless shaft, new swimplatform, new davits, restored OLDSTOWN 8' dinghi with motor, bimini topped afterdeck,
all surveyed and in real good condtion
Handling: ideal vessel to cruise and live aboard,
roomy, safe, handles beautfully, a head
turner wherever she shows up!
vERY SEAWORTHY! Cuts very nice in big waves, excellent ballast of motor and 2 125 gal Diesel tanks, very economical too.
Engine Room: Best Detroit 6-71 Diesel ever built, see all Greyhound busses! 225 hp! Good on Diesel! Very reliable, goes up to 13 knots in low RPM!
Low hours on Diesel
General Comments: The ideal boat with character for a serious boater, not to beat when comibined with living aboard, a lifestyle first class !
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only health reasons force us to sell her, hoping for a good new captain
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Date Submitted: 2003-10-28
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