MONK MCQUEEN 74 Motoryacht Specifications
Name: 1976 Monk McQueen 74 Motoryacht
Type: Motor Yacht
Year Built: 1976
Hull Material: Wood
Length: 22.55m / feet
Beam: 5.48 / 17.98 feet
Engines: 2 x Detroit Diesel 8V71N 235hp
Location: United States, Seattle

MONK MCQUEEN 1976 MONK MCQUEEN 74 MOTORYACHT Yacht for Sale

USD 183,500

Monk-McQueen 74 Motoryacht
A Northwest Classic

For Sale by Waterline Boats Seattle

Benefit from an immersive experience, featuring 13 Virtual Tours, 1 Video, and 152 photos, along with comprehensive specs and expert broker's commentary. All of this is available for the Monk-McQueen - Contact our Waterline Boats Broker!

Boat REF# · 315220
Length · 74'0"
Year · 1976
Construction · Wood
Underwater profile · Full-Displacement
Sleeping berths · 5
Engine · 2 x diesel 235hp, Detroit 8V71 N (1976)
Lying · Waterline Boats Sales Dock on Lake Union, Seattle WA

Broker's Comments:
A Northwest Classic, this large motoryacht was built in Canada by the McQueen Boat Works yard to a design by Seattle naval architect Ed Monk. This is an excellent example of the type, and a fine choice for long distance West Coast cruising.

Reliable twin Detroit 235 HP diesels provide ample power for coastal voyaging and maneuverability in tight harbors, plus, thrusters are installed bow and stern. The hull is carvel planked and built to heavy duty standards with some of the best wood ever available on the West Coast. The boat has been well maintained over the years and preserved in original condition for interior design features and fixtures.

There's an Onan 15 KW generator aboard and diesel boiler fired hydronic heating throughout the boat. The battery bank voltage (12v, 24v and 32v) provides ample power for the windlass, thrusters and other demanding systems.

As a choice for a liveaboard vessel you would be hard pressed to find one with the space, layout, outside visibility, and robust systems aboard. The hydronic heating keeps the interior dry and warm dockside, underway or at anchor. Full size appliances and a domestic-size water heater make for a comfortable home afloat.

The boat is regularly hauled out and periodically surveyed for condition. It's very much worth a look if you are interested in a classic of the type. Stop by our sales dock for a viewing or contact the listing broker for further details and a scheduled showing.

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Description

Monk-McQueen 74 Motoryacht
A Northwest Classic

For Sale by Waterline Boats Seattle

Benefit from an immersive experience, featuring 13 Virtual Tours, 1 Video, and 152 photos, along with comprehensive specs and expert broker's commentary. All of this is available for the Monk-McQueen - Contact our Waterline Boats Broker!

Boat REF# · 315220
Length · 74'0"
Year · 1976
Construction · Wood
Underwater profile · Full-Displacement
Sleeping berths · 5
Engine · 2 x diesel 235hp, Detroit 8V71 N (1976)
Lying · Waterline Boats Sales Dock on Lake Union, Seattle WA

Broker's Comments:
A Northwest Classic, this large motoryacht was built in Canada by the McQueen Boat Works yard to a design by Seattle naval architect Ed Monk. This is an excellent example of the type, and a fine choice for long distance West Coast cruising.

Reliable twin Detroit 235 HP diesels provide ample power for coastal voyaging and maneuverability in tight harbors, plus, thrusters are installed bow and stern. The hull is carvel planked and built to heavy duty standards with some of the best wood ever available on the West Coast. The boat has been well maintained over the years and preserved in original condition for interior design features and fixtures.

There's an Onan 15 KW generator aboard and diesel boiler fired hydronic heating throughout the boat. The battery bank voltage (12v, 24v and 32v) provides ample power for the windlass, thrusters and other demanding systems.

As a choice for a liveaboard vessel you would be hard pressed to find one with the space, layout, outside visibility, and robust systems aboard. The hydronic heating keeps the interior dry and warm dockside, underway or at anchor. Full size appliances and a domestic-size water heater make for a comfortable home afloat.

The boat is regularly hauled out and periodically surveyed for condition. It's very much worth a look if you are interested in a classic of the type. Stop by our sales dock for a viewing or contact the listing broker for further details and a scheduled showing.