57' Trumpy Flush Deck Cruiser 1958
Motoryacht/Antique and Classic
This beautiful classic is original in a lot of ways but with the benefit of a C-Flexed hull for reduced maintenance and upkeep.
Layout from forward to aft - The Christy Girl features a three stateroom, three head layout, with the upper and lower twin stateroom forward of the galley and dinette, a full beam salon is up three steps and amidships. An offset companionway is aft and down three steps with the twin guest stateroom to starboard and the full beam master further aft.
From the port aft corner of the salon and up three steps is access to the large main deck/aft deck area featuring a teak bench seat aft with blue Sunbrella cushions, two teak deck chairs, the helm station is forward with a bench helm seat and bar storage, port and starboard wing doors to the wide walk around decks, solid dodge boards with teak trim and a three sided Isinglass enclosure.
Beginning forward is the first guest stateroom/crew quarters with enclosed head compartment in the forepeak, next aft and to port is a hanging closet with the full shower compartment next. Directly to starboard is a second hanging closet just forward of the upper and lower bunks. Mahogany trim and painted white bulkheads and cabinet fronts.
Next aft is the full galley with the face to face dinette to port and the U-shaped galley to starboard featuring an Upright Norcold refrigerator and freezer, stainless steel counter tops, Princess three burner electric stove and oven, glass front Mahogany cabinets with Mahogany trim, stainless steel sink, microwave oven.
The spacious salon is just aft and up three steps from the galley and features a wide open three sided 270 view with port and starboard crank down windows, mahogany joinery through out, blue carpet, teak hi/lo table, and mahogany storage cabinets.
The second guest stateroom is aft of the salon and down three steps and features twin berths, plenty of drawer and hanging storage, light wall coverings, new mattresses, mahogany cabinetry. The guest head is across the companionway to port and features a separate stall shower, sink and commode.
The master suite is all the way aft and full beam with twin beds, a mahogany credenza between the berths. There is a private head forward and to starboard with a full shower, two large hanging lockers to port, lazerette storage aft, new mattresses.
The décor is mahogany paneling through out with some newly papered walls, mirror accents, new blue carpet, new mattresses, nearly all original!
Twin 671N 165 HP Detroit Diesel engines with 1.75:1 Allison marine gears, Murphy mechanical gauges for oil pressure, water temp and water flow, Onan 15KW generator, 32 volt DC, 12 Volt DC and 120/240 Volt AC electrical systems, Raritan 12 gallon electric/heat exchanger water heater, Jabsco emergency bilge pump belt driven from the port engine and plumbed to all compartments, 12V air compressor, Crown Raritan SeaEra II electric head (BGSR), two Crown Raritan electric heads (GSR & MSR) with three LectraSan auto flush waste treatment systems, Racor 900 fuel/water separator filters, Oberdorfer oil change pump, NewMar 32 volt charger, AHDM 12 volt charger, remote mounted spin on oil filters, Groco sea strainers, remote engine start in E/R, Murphy Switch Gauge heat exchanger tank level indicator, Pannish engine controls, Stewart Warner engine gauges, Two Mermaid reverse cycle air condition systems and one Cruisaire air condition system.
Teak decks with the side decks recently replaced, varnished teak trim, aft deck bench, helm bench set, opening front and side helm windows, teak hand rails, swim platform, teak boarding ladder, Buell triple trumpet air horns, air driven windshield wipers, two bow dunnage boxes, aft deck bar, Ideal windlass, bow riding seat, six spoke ships wheel, manual operated spotlight, and two Danforth anchors.
The Christy Girl is one of seven Trumpy flush deck cruisers and originally built as the “TONDA”! She has traveled the east coast and the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers before ultimately ending up on the fresh waters of Lake Pontchartrain and has been for the past twenty plus years. She is mostly original with the exception of some updated wiring, galley appliances, and electronics and low maintenance C-Flexed hull. The seller has enjoyed light family cruising and exhibiting in the wooden boat festival and now is looking for his next great adventure.