2002 Krogen 39 “”

Enterprise Underway

Enterprise At Anchor

Saloon Looking Forward

Forward In Saloon

Portside Settee In Saloon

Portside Settee In Saloon

Settee & Dining Table

Dining Table Opened Up

Dining Table Opened Up

Aft Door To Back Porch

Galley & Dining Settee


Pilothouse To Starboard

Pilothouse To Port


Centerline Queen Walk Around Berth

Master Berth Looking To Starboard

Master Berth Looking To Port

Master Berth Looking To Port Aft

Master Berth Looking To Starboard Aft

Head w/ Separate Stall Shower

Landing Aft Of Master Stateroom

Entrance To Walk In Engine Room

Spacious Area Aft Of Engine That Is Under Saloon

Fuel Polishing & Tank Manifold

Hydraulics For Stabilizers & Oil Changing Pump

Washer / Dryer

Back Porch

Back Porch

Back Porch

Back Porch

Back Porch & Walkway Forward To Port

Back Porch & Walkway Forward To Starboard

Kayak Paddle Storage

Walking Forward To Bow

Bow & Windlass w/ Dual Anchors

Looking Aft From Pulpit

Boat Deck With Dinghy Off & Fridgibar Deck Freezer

Boat Deck With Dinghy Off & Fridgibar Deck Freezer

Enterprise Getting Hauled For Fresh Bottom Paint

Enterprise Getting Hauled For Fresh Bottom Paint

Protected Prop w/ Propspeed

Protected Prop w/ Propspeed

Enterprise Underway

Enterprise Headed To A Remote Anchorage

Enterprise At Anchor In The Islands

Listing Agent:
Capt. Bill Harris, CPYB,
(772) 919-2012

Brief Specifications

Current Price:
US$ 349,000
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single diesel
Hull Material:
Sale Pending


Although the smallest of the Kadey-Krogen line, the Krogen 39' stands tall like her larger siblings.  She is built to cross oceans, but is just as content running the ICW.  With her 4'3" draft she can go many places that other yachts cannot.  She is equipped to run just as efficiently at dock or at anchor.
Enterprise is an ideal trawler for a couple wishing to visit remote cruising areas and anchorages near or far.  

Full Specifications


Hull and superstructure molds from high-grade female tooling.
Hull construction includes use of USA-made, Cook gel coat.
Hand-laid Knytex fiberglass construction with closed-cell PVC sandwich core used in
topsides. Solid fiberglass below waterline with blister-resistant vinylester resin utilized on
first, two laminates below the waterline.
Superstructure includes end-grain balsa core and Knytex surface mats for print-through
Teak aft and side decks. Boat and fore decks have GripTex non-skid finish. Bulwark has
molded plank lines with gelcoat finish.
Polyurethane formulate marine sealants used at hull-to-deck, boat deck joints and exterior
Marine-grade plywood bulkheads with molded fiberglass hat section stringers.
Teak veneer walls and cabinetry with stain varnish.


The saloon is entered from the covered aft deck through a welded aluminum weather-tight door. To port is a settee with storage drawers under. To starboard is an L-shaped settee with a free standing hi-lo table. Large opening windows port and starboard, and in the aft bulkhead, each with screens make the saloon bright an airy.  Each window has drapes, custom mini-blinds and teak valances.  A teak parquet floor is easy to maintain.


The galley is located forward of the saloon on the starboard side. It looks out into the saloon. There is ample storage within multiple cabinets and drawers.  The major components include:

  • Norcold dual voltage refrigerator/freezer (2012)
  • Force 10 3 burner propane stove with oven
  • Microwave oven
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Seagull water filtration system
  • Corian countertops

Master Stateroom

The master staterrom is forward in the bow area.  There is a queen-size island berth with 2" Tempur-Pedic mattress top.  There is ample storage in 2 hanging lockers, a mirrored and lighted vanity, drawer storage and generous under-berth storage. Four stainless steel opening ports and an overhead hatch, each with Oceanaire shades provide light and ventilation.  A 15" TV provides entertainment.


The head is aft of the stateroom on the starboard side. There is a Sealand VacuFlush freshwater head, stall shower with bi-fold aluminum and glass door, vanity with mirrored medicine chest and stainless steel opening port.


The pilothouse is up three steps from the saloon.  There are weathertight welded aluminum Dutch doors port and starboard which, combined with a stainless steel aft bulkhead port and two (2) overhead hatches, provide plenty of natural ventilation and light. These doors also provide access to the forward deck.  There is a comfortable settee that converts to a double berth for company.

  • Garmin 7215 Chartplotter (2012)
  • Garmin GMR18HD 18" HD 36 mile radar (2012)
  • Garmin GHP10 Autopilot corepack w/2L pump (2012)
  • Garmin Blue Chart Wi-Fi adapter (2012)
  • Garmin Blue Chart Vision 2 card Norfolk to Charleston
  • (2) Garmin GMI-10 multifunction displays (2012)
  • Garmin RF remote for MFD (2012)
  • Garmin GMS10 Network Expander (2012)
  • Garmin GXM51 XM weather radio receiver (2012)
  • Maretron WSO100 Ultrasonic wind/weather station
  • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS GX2150 VHF w/ flush mount kit
  • Garmin DT800 NEMA2000 Intelliducer (depth/temp) (2012)


  • Garmin 5208 chart plotter (2012)
  • GMI-10 multifunction display (2012)
  • Garmin GHP10 control head (for bridge) (2012)
  • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS GX2150 VHF w/ flush mount kit
  • Garmin CCV Camera
  • Garmin GHP20 autopilot corepack w/ Smart Pump
  • Garmin GHP10 control head (for bridge)
  • (2) Digital 532VW 16' 10db VHF antenna 

Audio Visual System installed Spring 2013

  • Erickson Marine Sat Pack/ WiFi-internet-modem-antenna-terminal router
  • URC TRC 1280 controller w/ Meta Data Feedback
  • URC TKP 100 On wall keypad
  • URC SNP1 Network Streamer w/Meta Data Feedback
  • URC MRX10 Networkable Base Station
  • URC PSX2 iPod dock with Meta Data Feedback
  • URC DMS1200 Networkable Amplifier
  • Sony BDPS Blueray (WiFi)
  • IOS APP/Apple
  • Linksys E2500 Router
  • Mac filtering switch MFSPOE8
  • Panamax Power Center (RG6/CATS)
  • Saloon TV LG24MA32D (hdmi comp inputs)
  • Episode CUB 8 Supwoofer (in cabinet secured)
  • Pair Pioneer Marine 6.5" speakers (for bridge)
  • Pair Saloon speakers/white with brackets
  • Pair in wall 6" custom speakers

  • Northern Lights 8 kw generator in sound shield - 1207 hours
  • 3 8D House batteries
  • 1 8D Engine start battery
  • 1 Group 27 Generator start battery
  • 2 8D Bow thruster batteries
  • 100 Amp high output alternator
  • Xantrex 3000 watt inverter / charger
  • Link 2000 remote monitor for inverter and batteries
  • 40 Amp automatic battery charger for engine start battery
  • 30 Amp automatic battery charger for bow thruster batteries
  • Northern Lights spare parts kit

Engine Room and Machinery

One of the unique features of the Krogen 39' is the stand-up engine room. Primary access is from a walk-thru door at the landing from the pilothouse steps, aft of the stateroom. All systems are readily accessable. There is also a workbench with vice, storage and overhead lighting.

  • John Deere 4045 TFM 115 hp diesel with Twin Disc MG5011 gear - 2250 hours
  • Dual Racors with vaccum gauge
  • Oil change system - engine, transmission and generator
  • Algae-X fuel treatment system
  • Separ fuel dialysis system
  • Freshwater flush connections on all raw water inlets
  • Sidepower 10 hp 24 volt bow thruster
  • Naiad hydraulic stabilizers
  • John Deere spare parts kit

Additional Components
  • 3 Zone Cruiseair reverse cycle air conditioning (42,000 BTU's)
  • Frigibar Deck refrigerator/freezer on boat deck
  • Maxwell 2200V anchor windlass
  • 65# Bruce with 150' 3/8" HT chain
  • 45# Delta wtih 75' 3/8" HT chain + 300' 5/8" nylon rode
  • Fresh and salt water washdowns
  • Caribe 10' RIB with 15 hp Honda 4-cycle and cover
  • 2 Superwinch 2500# electric hoists for boom and dinghy lift
  • Central vaccum with whole boat coverage
  • 15" TV in saloon
  • 15" TV in stateroom
  • Alpine stereo with 12 CD changer
  • Speakers in saloon, pilothouse, stateroom and flybridge
  • Sirrus satellite radio
  • Oceanaire shades
  • Complete canvas package



Personal effects


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.

Last Revised: May 19, 2018

Contact Capt. Bill Harris, CPYB, for more information on this yacht at (772) 919-2012 or via email: bill@kadeykrogen.com

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610 NW Dixie Highway
Stuart, FL 34994United States
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