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|Model||St Tropex Ex 3200|
The 3200 St. Tropez was among the first American-built cruisers to sport the then-new “Euro” look that was fast becoming a trend in 1980s sportboat design. Some 1,700 of these inboard cruisers were built making the St. Tropez the most successful Wellcraft cruiser ever. Below, the mauve-colored fabrics, gray carpeting, and brushed aluminum trim was a clear departure from the traditional teak-trimmed interiors of other family cruisers. There are berths for six—a notable accomplishment since there is no aft cabin. The St. Tropez’s single-level cockpit is arranged with a double helm seat forward, a companion seat opposite, and removable bench seating aft. This is, incidentally, a very uncluttered cockpit with room for some light-tackle fishing. There were several cosmetic updates over the years, but the most signification modification came in 1988 with the addition of a new swim platform and transom door.
This St. Tropez has been well cared for over the years and is mechanically up to snuff! With new props and shafts recently installed, she is ready for many more enjoyable ventures on the water!
Engine Type: inboard
Propeller Type: 3
Propeller Material: bronze
Electrical and Mechanical Equipment
Cockpit Accommodations and Equipment
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