33′ Trojan 10 Meter Sedan
A high-style boat in the 1980s with a rakish profile and colorful hull graphics, the Trojan 10 Meter Sedan is a wide-beam flybridge cruiser with a lot of living space packed into her 33-foot length.
Hull construction is solid fiberglass, and she’s built on an easy-riding DeltaConic hull with a broad 13-foot beam, moderate transom dead-rise, and wide chine flats. A revised floor plan introduced in 1984 had a more open layout with an island berth forward and a serving counter overlooking the galley. On deck, the cockpit is large enough for a couple of light-tackle anglers. The flybridge is arranged in a conventional manner with bench seating forward of the helm. Note that a lower helm is located in the solan. With twin 350hp Crusader gas engines, the cruising speed of the Trojan 10 Meter Sedan is around 18 knots (mid-to-high 20s top).
Don’t miss this one. Great Shape, Well Maintained, Price to sell!!!!.
Specifications, Equipment and Information:
- LOA: 33 ft 0 in
- Beam: 13 ft 0 in
- Draft: 2 ft 0 in
- Bridge Clearance: 12 ft 2 in
- Displacement: 14250
- Engine(s): Crusader
- Engine Model: 350 Total HP: 680
- Hours: Left/Single 1125 Right 1129
- Fuel: 245 gallons
- Water: 55 gallons
- Holding: 40 gallons