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When Ed Monk, Sr. and George McQueen collaborated on the design and build of the the Monk McQueen Coho, their unique talents combined to create an exceptional Northwest Trawler.. There are many great examples of Monk designs and McQueen builds, but none finer than this 1966 Monk McQueen Coho Pilothouse.
Construction began in 1966 at McQueen Boat Works in Vancouver, BC. The hull was completed and shipped overland to the Toronto Shipyards where the vessel was completed in 1969. During the completion in Toronto Ed Monk Sr. stayed in contact as a consultant. The carvel planks were miter cut with a cedar strip glued in then faired to smooth finish. Alaskan Yellow and Western Red Cedar over White Oak Frames.
This dry and roomy vessel could take you to Alaska on the adventure of a lifetime, or on an overnight cruise with your local yacht club. She is loaded with redundant navigation electronics, systems management panels, engine and mechanical spares and many other features. Every system is well designed; rebuilt engines, copper containment pans, batteries in lined boxes, and passive ventilation throughout are just some of the unique features this boat offers.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. Buyer should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht, and should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.