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2020 CUSTOM 24′ Center Console East Passage 24

208,000 USD

United States


Classically inspired and traditionally built, the East Passage 24 draws on the deep roots of the fishing and pleasure boats that have called New England water's their home for over a hundred years.  The EP24 represents a new generation in a long line of heritage boats that are not only functional but more importantly beautiful. 

LOA - 24'

Beam - 8'

Draft - 2'6"

Displacement - 4400lbs

Constructed entirely from wood, the EP24 is built traditionally using time-tested methods and techniques used by generations of boatbuilders in the past.  Designed with flexibility in mind, the three different seating locations for passengers and a wide-open cockpit makes it perfect for taking a sunset cruise around the harbor with friends or anchoring in your favorite cove for a family swim on a hot summer day.  Multiple options for fit and finish will allow each owner to customize the boat to their individual tastes and the hull also allows for multiple steering locations, space for a marine head, or even a small cuddy cabin. 

Powered by a Yanmar 150HP turbo diesel, the EP24 will comfortably cruise at 15kts while topping out at 18kts all while delivering a sweet and stable ride.  With an 8’ beam, 2’6” draft and displacement of 4400lbs, the EP24 is also perfectly suited for trailering.

Traditionally built and based on time honored designs, the EPB 24 will surround you in the warmth of wood and deliver you to the dock in style. 

Additional Information Available

Boat Name

24 2020 East Passage 24 CC

Engine Brand




Engine Model



Center Console East Passage 24



Fuel Type



USD 208,000

Cruising Speed

13.03464363 Kn




24' 0"


Rhode Island


8' 0"


United States

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Standard Features:


Keel – White Oak

Hull – Double planked Mahogany over Cedar

Frames – Steam bent White Oak

Floors – White Oak

Transom – Single layer Teak over double planked Cedar



Deck Beams – White Oak

Deck – Marine grade plywood, covered in fiberglass. Painted with non-skid

Toe Rail – Mahogany

Hardware - Bronze



Coamings – White Oak

Cockpit Sole – Marine Grade plywood, covered in fiberglass.  Painted with non-skid

Ceiling – Alaskan Yellow Pine, painted

Bulkheads – Marine Grade plywood  

Running Lights - Classic bronze hardware with LED lights



Anchor – Fortress Guardian Anchor with 100’ 3/8” three strand line


Optional Features

Teak Deck - Bare teak deck laid over marine grade plywood.  Deck seams filled with black Teak Decking Systems caulk.  The teak decks require minimal maintenance and provide a natural non-skid surface.

Cockpit Dodger - Sunbrella cockpit dodger with stainless steel frame and mounting hardware.  Dodger comes with Strataglass windshield insert and canvas is leather reinforced in areas of high wear and usage.  Sunbrella color to be determined by owner.    

Swim Platform - Bare teak swim platform mounted to the transom with bronze supports and folding swim ladder.

Seat Cushions - Foam filled Sunbrella custom fit seat cushions for aft seat and engine box seat.  Sunbrella color to be determined by owner.  




Engine – Yanmar 150HP Turbo Diesel

Fuel Capacity – 45 Gallons

Shaft – 1-1/4” Aquamet Stainless Steel

Propeller – 16” 3 blade bronze

Strut & Rudder – Cast Bronze

Manufacturer Information

East Passage Boatwrights opened its doors in 2006 less than a mile away from the famed Herreshoff Manufacturing Company in Bristol Rhode Island, a business that revolutionized boatbuilding.  Using HMCo’s time-tested techniques along with modern advances in materials and methods, East Passage has earned the reputation for providing the highest quality care for the wooden boat fleet here in New England.  Over their history, the crew at East Passage has been recognized for their achievements in the community; winning multiple Best Restoration awards at the WoodenBoat Show in Mystic CT and they were an integral part of the team that restored SANTANA, the 1935 Sparkman & Stephens yawl that was awarded Restoration of the Year in 2017 by Classic Boat Magazine.