Trojan 10 Meter Express
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Year 2007
All boat cabinets were made out of King Starboard. Work done by Custom Marine Plastics, located in Bristol Rhode Island.

Rear Hatch
Year 2008
A rear cockpit hatch was fabricated and installed. The installation included a double hydraulic hatch lifting system that is electrically actuated.

Electronics and Appliances
Garmin 740 chart plotter with depth sounder and chart chip
VHS Marine Radio, Uniden Model UM525
Compass, Ritchie
Emmerson 32Inch LCD TV/DVD player in main cabin
Emmerson 26Inch LCD TV/DVD player in front cabin
Kenyon two burner flush mount stove
Kenmore refrigerator

Year 2011
Custom Sumbrella canvass by Carrodo’s Canvass out of Bristol Rhode Island

This Trojan 10 Meter Express (purchased June 23, 1999) was purchased, operated and enjoyed for 6 years on Narragansett Bay by the current owner and his family. Upon seasonal haul-out in 2005, the boat was placed into a heated storage building for the purpose of a partial refit and restoration project to enhance the qualities the owner enjoyed throughout the boat. This partial refit grew substantial into a complete refit and restoration project. The project encompassed all structural, cosmetic, mechanical, and electrical systems. Details of the refit and restoration project are highlighted in the specification on the website along with pictures of each specification.

During the three year refit process, a marine surveyor was contacted and schedule inspections were provided during stages of the repair process. The methods, materials and processes are well documented and followed the current marine industry guidelines and recommendations provided by the American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC), USCG, and followed all requirements provided in the Code of Federal Regulations.

The owner of this boat is an experienced boat operator with a lifetime of on water experiences. The owner was technically and mechanically involved and managed the refit and restoration project. When and only where necessary; the owner enlisted professional boat builders and systems technicians when time-frames or their expertise was required.