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  • Yacht Details 42' Kadey-krogen 1983
  • Location Mount Desert, ME
  • Engines Ford Lehman
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedJul 18, 2020
  • Asking Price$250,000
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Iris Yacht Description

This Krogen trawler, Iris, has been owned, sailed, and upgraded by her current owners of 20 years.  She can cruise 2000+ miles with her 700 gallons of fuel, making her very efficient.  In 2010, she received a bow thruster, stabilizers, and new awlgrip for her hull. In 2011 her superstructure was awlgripped and new batteries in 2018.  She has many customized  accessories for efficiencies and comfort and is a very well thought out, spacious, elegant, and cared for cruising trawler!



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  • Make Ford Lehman
  • Model
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Hours 5400
  • Type Inboard
  • Drive Type


Denison Yacht Sales offers the details of this yacht in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of this boat for sale. A yacht buyer should instruct his yacht broker, or his boat surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This yacht for sale is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Denison Yachting is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Newman Marine.


  • Beam: 15'
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 4' 7''
  • Displacement: 39,500 lb
  • Heads: 2


Built by Asia Harbor Yacht Builders with fiberglass hull over closed cell PVC core. 206 hulls built over 22 years, designed by marine engineer Art Kadey and navel architect Jim Krogen. Decks and superstructure are fiberglass with end-grain balsa core, reducing weight. Marine-grade plywood bulkheads with mahogany stringers and frames. Decks are fiberglass over plywood with teak overlay. Exterior teak trim coated with Cetol, 2018. Full displacement with soft bilges, full keel, fine entry and wineglass transom. A safe and solid hull.


1983 Ford Lehman 120 HP diesel with 5500 hours. FWC, heat exchanger. BW gear. 2" SS shaft swinging a 3-blade bronze propeller.


Top speed: 10 knots

Cruising speed: 6-8 knots @ 1800 RPM using 1 1/2 - 2 GPH


Fuel: 700 gallons in two fiberglass tanks (replacing the original iron tanks)

Water: 360 gallons in two fiberglass tanks

Holding: one polypropylene tank


Two 8D house batteries, Two 12v batteries for starting generator & engine, Electrical panel, Shore power (two 30-amp cords), Northern lights 8 kw generator (5000 hours), 2012 Heart Link 2000 Inverter/Charger. Electric windlass, Naiad Stabilizers, bow thruster, reverse-cycle air/heat.


At pilothouse helm:


Standard VHF

Garmin Fishfinder 250c

Garmin GPS Map 225

Furuno C-map Radar

Auto Pilot

Naiad Stabilizer panel

Bow thruster controls

At upper helm:


VHF Radio

Garmin GPS

Bow thruster controls


Starting in the forward cabin is the master stateroom with ensuite head with SS sink w/hot & cold pressure water, manual toilet, and separate shower, followed by off-center queen berth to starboard, vanity and hanging locker to port. Overhead hatch and opening ports with screens for nice natural lighting. Next aft to starboard is guest stateroom/den with built-in large settee with a Pullman berth on forward bulkhead. Lots of shelving, built-in desk, and hanging locker. Two opening ports with screens for good lighting and ventilation. Guest head is to port with separate shower. SS sink with hot & cold pressure water, electric fresh water toilet. Entire cabin offers beautiful teak joinery throughout, headroom of 6'3", and bright, light, and spacious accommodations.

Up in the salon is the spacious U-shaped galley to starboard. Formica counters with large SS sink, 2-burner stove, microwave/convection oven, full refrigerator, and many lockers, and shelves for storage, some of which are custom made for Iris. Pantry-style shelving to port with pull-out shelving and drawers below provide more storage, along with customized glassware shelves on forward bulkhead.

In aft salon is the living area with two sofas, port and starboard, a custom table with built-in storage for 4 chairs, stereo and television systems, and a center coffee table. Teak parquet floor along with the varnished teak woodwork throughout make for a very attractive area. Double teak doors open to the teak aft cockpit. Large lazarette below fand port locker for storage, opening transom door to swim platform.

The pilot house is forward of the salon and up three steps to port. Center steering wheel, port and starboard doors to side decks. Navigational electronics and all gauges mounted above and on dash. The large upholstered berth (with storage below) converts to a double berth for guests who appreciate terrific views!

From the aft starboard cockpit is the ladder to the flybridge area. Center steering helm single captain's chair and upholstered bench seating port and starboard with storage underneath. A 6-person life raft pod is mounted forward of the helm. The aft upper deck features the mast and boom which lifts and launches the inflatable w/outboard onto a mounted cradle with customized and upgraded SS guard rails. Every level and nook & cranny of this yacht has been maintained and attended to by the owners.


Electric windlass with capstan for rope and chain with controls at both helms and foredeck

40 lb Plow anchor with 150' feet of 7/16" chain (2015)

30 lb Danforth anchor with 200' feet of 3/4" nylon rode

Raw water washdown on foredeck

Fresh water washdown in aft cockpit

10' NovaMarine Inflatable w/15 HP 4-stroke Yamaha outboard

10 bronze opening ports with screens

2 Lewmar hatches in roof of pilothouse

Engine room fire suppression system

3 Fire extinguishers


Custom silk curtains in salon

Custom covers for pilothouse windows

Custom 3-season weather shield w/screens for aft cockpit

SS Destroyer wheels at both helms

Many spare parts on board

Sheets & Towels

Dishes and Silverware

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