Egg Harbor Yachts

Egg Harbor Yachts has more than 50 years of boat building and design experience. Egg Harbor sportfish and sport yachts are built by fishermen for fishermen. With a smooth ride and comfortable amenities, serious fishermen, as well as those looking to enjoy sensuous cruising, can enjoy owning an Egg Harbor yacht.

Egg Harbor Highlights

  • Established: 1946
  • Located: Egg Harbor, New Jersey
  • Construction: Fiberglass
  • Category: Sportfish, Sport Yachts
  • Worth Noting: One of Egg Harbor's founders, John Leek, split off from his partners to begin Pacemaker Yachts.

53' Egg Harbor 2000

LUDINGTON, MI
$369,899

52' Egg Harbor 1998

Fort Lauderdale, FL
$250,000

52' Egg Harbor 2001

Palm Beach Gardens, FL
$339,000

50' Egg Harbor 2006

Cape Breton, NS, Canada
$472,125

48' Egg Harbor 1982

Miami, FL
$135,000

42' Egg Harbor 1995

Mandeville, LA
$139,900

42' Egg Harbor 1998

James Island, SC
$149,000

42' Egg Harbor 2002

Port Washington, NY
$289,000

38' Egg Harbor 1995

NEWPORT BEACH, CA
$169,000

38' Egg Harbor 1990

Ocean Springs, MS
$101,500

37' Egg Harbor 2004

Fort Lauderdale, FL
$215,000

Egg Harbor Yachts By Model

Model name PRODUCTION YEARS LOA BEAM DRAFT
Egg Harbor 37 Sport Yacht 2001 - Current 40' 8" 13' 6" 3' 4"
Egg Harbor 38 Convertible 1990 - 1994 41' 8" 15' 0" 3' 10"
Egg Harbor 42 Sport Yacht 2001 - Current 42' 2" 15' 0" 3' 10"
Egg Harbor 43 Sport Yacht 2004 - Current 42' 6" 15' 0" 3' 6"
Egg Harbor 43 Sport Fisherman 1986 - 1990 43' 0" 14' 5" 3' 0"
Egg Harbor 42 Convertible 1990 - 1997 45' 4" 15' 0" 3' 10"
Egg Harbor 46 Sportfish 1971 - 1984 46' 0" 15' 0" 4' 0"
Egg Harbor 48 Golden Egg 1978 - 1986 48' 2" 15' 0" 4' 4"
Egg Harbor 50 Sport Yacht 2006 - Current 50' 0" 16' 11" 4' 6"
Egg Harbor 53 Sportfish 1999 - Current 53' 0" 16' 10" 4' 10"
Egg Harbor 52 Sport Yacht 1997 - Current 54' 9" 16' 4" 4' 0"
Egg Harbor 54 Convertible 1988 - 1989 57' 8" 17' 6" 5' 3"
Egg Harbor 58 Convertible 1990 - 1997 58' 6" 17' 6" 5' 3"
Egg Harbor 60 Convertible 1986 - 1989 59' 6" 17' 6" 5' 3"

About Egg Harbor Yachts

Egg Harbor boasts one of the oldest names in American boat building history. In 1946 John Leek and Russel Post established Egg Harbor Yachts in New Jersey. Both partners parted ways within a few years. But by 1966 the founders joined forces again combining the Pacemaker and Egg Harbor brands.

The 1960's and 1970's were glory years for Egg harbor, building countless hulls between 30 to 48 feet, and permanently switching to fiberglass construction.

Like many boat building, the brand suffered through some hard years in the 1980's and 1990's in large part due to high interest rates and the ill-fated luxury tax. Egg Harbor was forced to file Chapter 11 in 1990.

Briefly resuming production from 1992-1997, Egg Harbor finally received solid financial backing through the new ownership of Dr. Ira Trocki.

Dr. Trocki completely upgraded Egg Harbor's factory, investing over $10 million in much needed revamping. Soon after Dr. Trocki bought Buddy Davis, Predator Custom Yachts and Revenge Yachts, and moved the companies to Egg harbor's facility in New Jersey.