1979 Trojan F32 Flybridge C$21,999

Price: $21999

Length: 32

Year: 1979

Location: Whitby, ON

Stock #: 6237


Optional Equipment


Length Overall:34'
Displacement:12,000 lbs 5,443 kg
Total Water Capacity:40 gal 152 liters
Holding Tank Capacity:20 gal 76 liters
Fuel Tank Capacity:2 x 60 gal 8 liters

Engine Propulsion

  • Twin Chrysler 318 8 cylinder gas engines with 225 hp per engine
  • Approx hours: 1038/1019
  • Chrysler transmission
  • Shaft drive with 3-blade bronze props
  • Trim tabs
  • 2 fuel tanks with total capacity 120 gallons
  • Hydraulic steering with pumps at both helm stations
  • Bronze rudders

Electronics & Navigation

  • Engine gauges & instruments
  • - Tachometer
  • - Oil pressure
  • - Temperature
  • VHF - new
  • Compass
  • Stereo

Deck Features

  • Pulpit: 7/8 stainless steel tube with mechanical fasteners at the support posts.
  • Stern rail: Teak rail on 8ins posts.
  • Ventilation: (natural) 3 opening deck hatches, teak frame with plexiglass lens and opening lower helm windows.
  • 6 x mooring cleats
  • Anchor platform: Fiberglass platform with a stainless steel roller assembly.
  • Windlass: Lewmar stainless 700 series with helm control.
  • Bimini and flybridge helm cover: ¾" tube frames and Sunbrella type material
  • Flybridge ladder
  • Swim platform: Teak platform with aluminum edge. Boarding ladder bolted to the top.


  • From bow, a spacious V-berth with insert to convert to double bed. Large deck hatch overhead.
  • Hanging lockers port & stbd immediately aft of V-berth. Large deck hatch over hanging locker and head.
  • Next aft, to port, an enclosed head with Sealand marine toilet. S/S sink with hot and cold faucet. Hand-held shower head with separate faucet controls adjacent to toilet
  • An electric pump for over board shower water disposal and teak floor grate.
  • L-shaped galley immediately aft of head has lots of counter space, ss sink with h&c pressure water faucet, 110V fridge (under counter) and 110V 3-burner stove with oven. Sliding door cabinetry above and outboard of counter.
  • To stb'd opposite head & galley is dinette seating 2 fwd and 2 aft.
  • Aft of dinette and up step to main salon level is helm station on stbd. Stand-up helm and control/nav station.
  • Aft of galley and up step to main salon level is bulkhead with shelf and sofa butted to bulkhead. Opening windows to port & stbd and in centre of windshield.
  • Main salon carpeted, drapes for windows and lots of headroom. 2 indoor/outdoor armchairs. Sliding glass salon/cockpit door with drapes. AC/heat controls in salon.
  • Walk-out to cockpit with teak/ss safety railing on 3 sides. Vertical stairs up to flying bridge. Seating for 2 at the helm, and 4 forward of helm.
  • Owner's Cabin:
  • Large double bed
  • Hull-side open shelf port & stbd
  • Hanging locker port & stbd
  • AC/Heat vent and control
  • Deck hatch overhead
  • Carpeted cabin sole - same as galley & dinette and salon
  • Access hatch into anchor locker
  • Salon:
  • Carpeted cabin sole
  • Curtains on large opening windows & sliding glass door to cockpit
  • Sun covers for windshield panels
  • Pull-out sofa-bed
  • 2 x inside/outside armchairs
  • Helm station to stbd at fwd end
  • Reverse cycle AC/Heat 16,000 BTU - controls in salon to stbd
  • Overhead light fixture
  • Stereo - new Pioneer with CD/USB/Aux inputs & 2 speakers
  • Head:
  • Sealand step-flush marine toilet
  • Holding tank
  • Macerator pump
  • Counter with ss sink with h&c pressure water
  • Storage in sliding glass door cabinet under counter
  • Open shelf above counter
  • Towel bar
  • Double 110V outlet
  • Fixed hull port and overhead hatch
  • Double light fixture
  • Shower in same area as the head with hand held shower head and separate bulkhead faucet controls.
  • Electric sump pump for overboard shower water discharge.
  • Flybridge:
  • Helm station
  • Seating for 6; 2 at helm + 4 forward
  • Chart table
  • Cushions
  • Bimini
  • Tonneau cover


  • Galley to Port:
  • SS sink with H&C pressure water
  • 110V fridge with freezer
  • 110V Princess 3-burner stove/oven
  • Microwave ovenAmple counter space
  • Storage cupboards above counter
  • 110V outlet
  • Lighting fixture
  • Carpeted sole
  • Dinette to Stbd:
  • Raised floor - ~6" - carpeted
  • Cushioned benches forward & aft of table
  • Seats 4

Plumbing System

  • Hot & cold pressure water in galley & head
  • 40 gal water tank under aft deck in centre of bilge
  • Hot water tank
  • Dockside water connection
  • 2 x holding tanks; one below the head and one below the v-berth bunk.
  • Macerator pump
  • 2 x bilge pumps (electric)
  • Shower
  • Air Conditioning/Heat reverse cycle


  • Shore power - 2 inlets on the starboard side in the cockpit.
  • Cord
  • 2 x batteries - Type 27
  • 2 x battery selector switch - Located below the lower helm station on the main panel.
  • 2 alternators belt driven on each engine.
  • Battery charger - 10A Trucharge
  • Battery isolator
  • Battery monitor
  • 110V outlets
  • Main breaker - 30amp 2 pole breakers.
  • AC & DC panels - Located below lower helm station. Individual glass fuses.
  • Electric windlass - 1 breaker for the windlass located in the engine room on the forward bulkhead.
  • AC/Heat - Single compressor unit made by CRUISE AIR. LOCATED below aft deck.
  • Dual outlets 1 at the lower helm and 1 in the v-berth. AC pump has an extension cord connection
  • Running lights & anchor light
  • Horn & hailer
  • Searchlight
  • Bilge blower
  • 2 x electric bilge pumps


  • Type: Modified deep-v
  • Material: Fiberglass
  • Hull above waterline: Gelcoat over fiberglass with no core material.
  • Hull below waterline: Anti fouling paint over gelcoat and fiberglass. Bulkheads: All bulkheads are securely laminated to the hull. Majority of the interior bulkheads are teak veneered plywood.
  • Stringers: Fiberglass over core material.
  • Transom: Gelcoat over fiberglass
  • Deck construction: Gelcoat with nonskid finish over fiberglass and core material. The deck has areas of plywood inserts in the core for
  • deck fittings.
  • Hull to deck joint: Overlapping joint with an elastomeric sealant used. Mechanical fasteners used every 12 ins. The joint on the outside at shear line is covered with the rub rail assembly.


  • Safety Equipment:
  • 2017 DoT requirements
  • 2 new fire extinguishers - total 3
  • Flares valid to 2018
  • Halon system in engine compartment
  • 4 x fenders
  • 4 x dock lines
  • Danforth anchor with 100' 5/16" chain


  • New hydraulic steering pumps at both helm stations plus all new hydraulic lines installed May 2017. Cost $4,000.
  • Pumps are metal SeaStar and hydraulic lines are upgraded one size and high pressure standard all the way to steering ram.
  • Cockpit deck re-cored March 2017
  • Engine tune ups 2017
  • New VHF
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