If you’ve been looking to lasso the right yacht for some extended cruising, then broker Whit Kirtland at Bradford Marine Yacht Sales would like you to take a look at Cowboy.
She’s a steel-hull, 74-foot Cape Horn Trawler built in 2002, and her owner just dropped her asking price by more than 10 percent, from $1.7 million to $1,495,000.
“She is built to go where the fish are taking the seas, whether kindly or not,” Kirtland says.
Originally, Cowboy was built as a 65-footer. The current owner added a fishing cockpit that extended her to 74 feet LOA, and he has been using her worldwide in fishing tournaments ever since.
Recent refit work includes a full paint job this year for both Cowboy and her tender, which now sparkle in Awlgrip Matterhorn White. The yacht also got new bottom paint this year.
Also noteworthy is that Cowboy is being sold with three new (never-used) Garmin GPSMap 8212 touchscreen chartplotters. Helm equipment includes a Garmin GSD 26 digital sonar/sounder, a Garmin B265LH Broadband CHIRP transducer and Furuno GPS, radar and screens.
Learn more at www.bradfordmarineyachtsales.com.