1968 Sea Voyager 42 Motor Yacht

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VoyagerJoe
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1968 Sea Voyager 42 Motor Yacht

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Hello All,
My wife and I just purchased a beautiful Trojan 42 Motor Yacht. She is on beautiful condition having been EXTENSIVELY restored between 2004 and 2019 including a Crusader 7.4 re-power and replanking the bottom with new bronze fasteners.

She was given many years of painstaking care, love and attention including berthing in a covered slip. We repainted the bottom that had nothing but a thin layer of scum and no growth aong with a full inspection and new zincs. Topside and teak decks will get a redoux this year and next. She has attended a number of Classic Antique Boat shows on the Chesapeake.

Trojan was a proud name for the short time that the company was producing boats compared to other makes that had a longer history. Trojan boats were a quality breed. It is a shame that the Marque was allowed to disappear from the ranks of the boating industry.

I am very pleased that we have an active and vibrant Owner's Forum and look forward to contributing.

Joe Dempsey
M/Y Voyager
Deltaville, VA
Joe Dempsey
M/V Voyager
1968 Trojan 42
Deltaville, VA
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Re: 1968 Sea Voyager 42 Motor Yacht

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Congrats on the new to you boat. The Chesapeake bay is a wonderful place to cruise.
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