PRINCESS OF TIDES is a full displacement 1985 Eagle Pilot House Trawler with many recent upgrades. The electrical system has been reviewed and new electronics installed (by Kramp Electronics) along with new bottom paint, brand new cushions / upholstery and recent paint job with white AwlGrip and a blue boot stripe.

The owners have decided to sell as their plans to cruise the northeast have changed. The vessel has been well cared for and is powered by a Ford Lehman 90 HP. The electrical needs while away from the dock are handled by a Northern Lights 4.5 kW genset. The large prop and barn door rudder make maneuvering a breeze and the prop cage will help to keep you line free when cruising in  heavily fished waters.

1985 32′ Eagle Pilothouse Trawler

Price: $64,000

Location: Southwest Harbor, ME


LOA: 32′

Beam: 11′ 6″

Draft: 3′ 4″

Disp: 17,000


Ford Lehman 90 HP with 4053.9 hours. Racor fuel filter. approx cruise speed of 7 knots.


Northern Lights (model M643-4.5) 4.5 KW genset with 696.1 hours. There is a single fuel filter for the genset.


Fuel: Aluminum – fuel capacity of 168 gallons

Water: 125 gallons of fresh water capacity

Holding tank:  25 gallons



The wide decks of the vessel run around the cabin house both port and starboard. Teak decking covers the deck level surface. A large storage compartment with seating is located on the bow.

The flybridge is accessed by a ladder on the port, aft section of the cabin house. The bridge has white non skid surface with stainless steel safety rails. The LPG storage locker is located center line of the vessel.

The cabin house is accessed through a wooden door located on the centerline in the cockpit. Immediately to port there is a raised couch and dinette, to starboard there is a built in sofa with additional storage. Forward of the starboard couch is the L-shaped galley. Three steps lead up to the pilothouse. The pilothouse has dual wooden sliding doors (port and starboard). The helm is located to starboard. The engine controls, electrical panel and electronics are all conveniently located within easy reach of the operator.

The companion way in the forward section of the pilothouse leads downstairs into the master stateroom. Immediately to starboard,
there is a full sized head with sink, and across from the head to port is a stand up shower with seat and sump. The V-berth has blue
upholstery and houses the batteries for the vessel.




Raymarine autopilot


Wi-fi antenna

Motorola analog cluster to include: RPM, Temp, Volt, Oil Pressure

Ritchie binnacle compass

Northern Lights Generator control panel

2 windshield wipers

Insignia Television

Electrical Control Panel

Morse mechanical lever/cable engine/shift controls


  • ProMariner Pro Sport 20 plus triple bank charger
  • Six (6) 6 volt (GC2 Deep Cycle) batteries setup in three 93) separate banks. wired in series of 2 batteries each
  • 12v panel
  • stainless reading lights
  • courtesy night lights
  • 30-amp shore power connection
  • one shore power cord
  • 110v outlets
  • 12v outlet
  • electric capstan—controls at bow
  • 20 lb. plow style anchor with section of chain and then anchor rode
  • Secondary Danforth with chain and rode



  • Raritan Marine Model 171212 engine/110v 11 gallon hot water heater
  • engine hot water space heater (bus heater),
  • shower – port side forward cabin
  • Dometic fresh water electric head,
  • fresh water (bow)
  • salt water wash downs (cockpit)
  • anchor—salt water wash down,
  • 12 Vdc Shurflow diaphram pump


Air conditioning: Cruiseair SXR16 – 16,000 BTU

two burner LPG stove (gimble mount) with 2 aluminum LPG tanks

Hynautic Hydraulic Steering System

Fuel polishing system with Jabsco pump


  • teak swim platform with swim ladder
  • bronze cleats, chocks and hardware
  • fenders
  • dock lines
  • dual trumpet electric horn
  • search light mounted on roof of pilot house
  • miscellaneous engine spares
  • miscellaneous tool kit
  • first aid kit
  • brass tide clock
  • hand held fire extinguishers

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.