2005 Trophy 1952 WA exc cond.

Wa. sledr

Lifetime Membership
Dec 26, 2007
In Seattle area.

$19,500 obo, and will consider trades for any toys. PM me with what you have and I will get back to you. Thanks

Super clean boat.
• 325 hours on the FWC motor and drive, but about half of that is from trolling at idle speed.
• Pump out head in cuddy (Pump out option is rare and not seen in 99% of other 19 footers)
• Canvas in like new condition.
• new plugs, wires, cap, rotor, all fluids and filters changed
• New temp gauge
• New fuel sending unit
• Impeller and new zinc replaced
• Downrigger and weight mount
• Brand new battery (April 2014)
• New lower unit oil
• Replaced radio to MMSI compatible unit
• Added other fishy features such as rod and tool holders, trolling plate etc. . .)
• Trailer has a new (as of last fall): axle, hubs, bearings, brake backing plates, brake lines, surge coupler, tires etc. . .)

Here are the basic stats:
• The Trophy 1952 offers the largest 19-foot walkaround on the market (smart use of space),
• Beautiful sleek and modern hull not typical on most Trophy boats
• Length Overall (LOA): 19'1"/5.82 m
• Beam: 8'0" (2.44 m)
• Power: Mercruiser 3.0L with ~325 hours, Alpha 1 Gen II outdrive with stock prop
• Trolling plate
• Approx. Weight (w/Base Engine) : 3200 lbs.
• Humminbird 787C2 fishfinder/chart plotter
• Draft Hull : 1'5" (.43 m)
• Draft Max : 2'11" (.89 m)
• Bridge Clearance Max : 6'1" (1.85 m)
• Fuel Capacity : 55 gal (208.2 L)
• Baitwell Capacity : 13 gal (49.2 L)
• Dead Rise : 19 deg

Steep bow entry eliminates almost all swells/waves and the low center of gravity ensures a smooth ride. The full bimini top and canvas enclosure ensures you'll stay dry.

It's the perfect size for launching and retrieving solo or with the family. It's a great mix of fishing utility and family cruising. The cuddy of course locks and has two port hole windows and a CO alarm for overnighting. The cushions are very clean and odorless and 2 adults that are 6' tall can sleep stretched out in the cuddy. There is an anchor roller and anchor locker on the bow which has welded bow rails and stainless stanchions. You have a nice walkaround on each side of the windshield for working with the anchor or chasing a fish forward. The windshield is high profile, so you get more protection when taking spray over the bow.

It has an aerated 13-gallon baitwell and a separate self bailing fish/beer box. Bucket seats for the navigator and driver have removable cushions for cleaning. Buddy seats are just behind the helm section. Molded steps lead up to the walkaround and rod holders are mounted in the top of the gunwales and on the railing. The engine hatch makes a great stand for getting up higher for casting (really great use of the hatch). The self-bailing deck has aggressive grip textured surfaces for sure footing.


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