Additional Boat Details
- Stock #256052 -
Former USCG patrol boat turned converted into a motoryacht! Possible liveaboard!
Built in 1942, the Pat Foss served the U.S. Coast Guard in Hawaii as a harbor patrol boat during WWII. At 50', the 1942 Shain/Grandy Pat Foss was one of the first vessels commissioned by the US Government during WWII to be built on the plans of the Shain Commodore Trimmership, originally drawn up in 1939 by Morris (Mike) Shain. Some 50 patrol boats were contracted to be built on those lines by several yards in the Puget Sound Area, Grandy being one of them.
She was purchased by Foss Tug and Barge in 1948 and was barged from Hawaii to Seattle. She was the personal yacht of Patricia Foss and family until 1998.
The Pat Foss is a beautiful boat with an all-original interior. The galley is well-equipped with stainless steel throughout and a diesel stove. It was build to accommodate a crew of eight, with two heads - including one with a separate shower.
She is equipped with twin 212 cubic inch (3.48 liters) Detroit Diesel engines making 140HP each.
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