Egg Harbor boasts one of the oldest names in American boat building history. In 1946 John Leek and Russel Post established Egg Harbor Yachts in New Jersey. Both partners parted ways within a few years. But by 1966 the founders joined forces again combining the Pacemaker and Egg Harbor brands.
The 1960′s and 1970′s were glory years for Egg harbor, building countless hulls between 30 to 48 feet, and permanently switching to fiberglass construction.
Built to last with the economical reliable Caterpillar diesels. It has every option available to go fishing for a day or for the weekend.
Harbor 36 Sedan is one of the most popular boats in her class. Great performance on the water. Perfect for the angler and the family! Very nice condition.
Port engine runs. Starboard engine spun a bearing and is not functional. Owner figures 8K to repair. He is cutting price to 12.5K to movef it.
Boat is currently out of the water.
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