Oh to have 1 Million Dollars to spare….

17 Apr 2012 admin In G+ Posts

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The Genuine PT Boat


This is PT-728, a 66 1/2 year-old restored Patrol Torpedo Boat from World War II. With a keel laid on August 10, 1945, she is one of 12 remaining PT boats in the world. She is "armed" (all weapons are deactivated) with a single .50- and two twin .50-caliber Browning machine gun stations, an aft 20mm Oerlikon cannon, four tubes that each housed a Mark VIII torpedo, and two depth charge launchers. Built in the Annapolis Yacht Yard using a 72' British Vosper design, her hard-chined, triple-ply mahogany hull is nearly flat at the stern, allowing her to "plane" on top of the water at speeds up to 42 knots, a necessity for quick getaways after a torpedo run. So compelling was a PT boat's performance that Nelson Rockefeller converted one into a high-speed yacht for commutes between Albany and New York City. Updated with modern electronics, radar, and two turbo-charged diesel engines providing 1,100 total horsepower, she is the only PT boat in existence licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard for carrying passengers. Special conditions and guarantee limitations apply. Please call 1-800-227-3528 for details. 72' L x 18' W x 7' 4" H. (45 tons)


All you need to do is go buy it:

Comments: 7

  1. Teresa Whitaker 17 Apr 2012 Reply

    very cool

  2. Kevin Lofy 17 Apr 2012 Reply

    heard that!! I would mind having that either.

  3. Tim Johnson 17 Apr 2012 Reply

    Very cool! In fact this is WAY cooler than most of the million dollar boats I see out on the water. You'd definitely turn some heads pulling into your local "party cove" with this.

  4. Samuel Kazee 17 Apr 2012 Reply


  5. Steve Kilbride 17 Apr 2012 Reply

    Weapons are deactivated? Bummer. How else am I going to establish the right-of-way? 😛

  6. Brent Burzycki 17 Apr 2012 Reply

    Weapons would be reactivated….and I would be hunting Pirates…

  7. Tim Johnson 17 Apr 2012 Reply

    I'll be keepin me eyes peeled for ya' +Brent Burzycki ARRRRR!

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