"Elizabeth A" is a semi-custom, beautifully maintained Holland 32. The 32 evolved from Glenn Holland's 30 footer design and features a tall bow, tumblehome astern and curved transom. Her full mid-ship beam gives her great stability in all sea states and provides lift. "Elizabeth A" is equipped with a modern electric head, full electronics package, galley and sleeping accommodations for a weekend cruise.
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On deck "Elizabeth A" is a spacious lobster style cruiser with enough open deck space for several passengers. She is equipped with a large teak swim platform off of the transom and a large teak bench seat aft. Boarding is made easy with a custom teak/fiberglass boarding step that can double as extra seating for passengers. Moving forward the helm station is located on the starboard side with passenger seating to port. The pilothouse layout is classic lobster boat in that the port side is semi-enclosed with large windows and the starboard side is open outboard of the helm station. Overhead ventilation and light is provided by two overhead Bomar hatches. Directly in front of the passenger seating is the companionway below. Engine access is achieved with a large hatch located in between the companionway and the helm station.
The interior has a classic downeast open layout with a large v-berth/seating area forward. All soft goods are forest green in color and in good condition. Moving aft of the v-berth, there is a manual pump sink on the starboard side and a small galley with Force 10 stove to port. Aft of the sink, on the starboard side, there is a large head that is equipped with an electric flushing toilet. Forward engine access is excellent and is achieved by removing two large hatches located against the aft bulkhead of the cabin.
"Elizabeth A" is powered by a single 300hp 6 cylinder Caterpillar 3116 with 2,344 hrs. (09/16) equipped with a twin disc reduction gear, wet exhaust, fresh water heat exchanger and an internal/external sea strainer.