The seller has owned Legend since 2009 and she has been maintained by Michael Rybovich & Sons Boatworks. A major restoration was completed in 1989/1990 by Emil and Michael Rybovich. Cummins 330 engines were installed in 2016. The 37' Legend, hull #2, is the oldest existing Rybovich.
Please contact Chuck Mack at (772) 219-3425
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Walking from the cockpit into the deck house, which is finished in Honduran Mahogany, there is a rod locker and bench seating to port. The dinette is to starboard and converts to a berth. Walking forward and down the steps of the companion way the galley is to starboard. The head, shower stall, and hanging locker are to port and V-berth forward.
Galley Maid head with new Maserator pump installed 4/2016
Dripless shaft logs
Four bladed props on vessel and spare three bladed props
Bennett trim tabs
Stewart Warner Gauges
This vessel underwent a keel up restoration in 1989/1990 by Emil and Michael Rybovich during which time the exterior of the hull was sheathed in fiberglass and resin.
Open bulkhead w/ drop curtains
Inside deck house alum screens for privacy and sun protection
Teak covering boards and teak foredeck
Teak cockpit, deck house sole, and down below sole
Honduran Mahogany on sides and front of trunk cabin
Honduran Mahogany transom replaced in 2009
Six fixed port lights in trunk cabin
Honduran mahogany hatch over V-Berth
Hull and superstructure painted 2009 with Imron 555U
Jack Hopewell Bimini top installed 2011 w/ three isinglass front panels
Full cover for entire boat
Custom bridge ladder
Lower cockpit station with controls, gauges and steering
Sitka spruce gin pole with block and tackle
Three fuel tanks in cockpit 70/180/70
Anchor locker forward of V-berth
Salt and fresh water wash down
Custom fish box 2012
4 Rupp rod holders
Rybovich rocket luncher
Rybovich tuna fighting chair
(4) Tackle drawers
Rybovich double spreader outriggers
Black and white photos of the 1949 launching
CD of Legend, Miss Chevy IV (hull #1), and Bahama Mama (hull #6) in the 1952 Cat Cay tuna fishing tournament.
Pictures are worth a thousand words but in this case you have to step aboard Legend to understand the quality, layout and most of all the CARE that has gone into this special custom boat.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.