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Houseboater711
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Posted: January 30 2010 at 23:22 | IP Logged Quote Houseboater711

We are new owners of a 1994 Harbor Master WB520 and looking to connect with other Harbor Master owners for sharing of experience and info.  Any other Harbor Master houseboat owners out there?
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Johnnyd
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Posted: March 12 2010 at 11:08 | IP Logged Quote Johnnyd

  

  how do you get oarts for your harbormaster houseboat I need a set of hatch props for mine johnnyd



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Houseboater711
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Posted: March 13 2010 at 10:44 | IP Logged Quote Houseboater711

Johnd -

I think you're asking about "parts" (if not I don't know what
"oarts" are!)
Well, so far I haven't needed to get any, but I've done
some research on where I might get them if needed.
1. Erwin Marine Sales: (best chance for props)
http://www.erwinmarinesales.com/content.asp?
nav=121458&cpid=11774&isPreview=True&
2. Engines: www.crusaderengines.com
3. Generator: www.kohlerpower.com
Good luck - if you find some new sources, please pass
them on!
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figmodave
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Posted: August 27 2012 at 21:20 | IP Logged Quote figmodave

I'm in the process of buying a 1997 52WB.  I can find nothing about Harbor Master on the web, history, how and where made, reviews, etc.  Are thier no HM links?
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carverjazz
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Posted: February 19 2013 at 23:49 | IP Logged Quote carverjazz

Ironically I find myself in the same dilemma, of no company or manufacture information for Harbor Master.  Noting the age of the last post, it would suggest no one has an interest in, or knows anything about the brand.  I recently found a 52' Coastal that I'm interested in looking at, but again, the only info is that which is posted in the advert.  I did find a firm in TN that is somehow associated with  the Harbor Master brand - E M G, INC. out of Gallitin.  Can't find any info on EMG either. 
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Posted: March 18 2013 at 22:33 | IP Logged Quote carverjazz

I've been looking at a Harbor Master 52' Coastal (not the WB), and can't find much info either. According to an article from Power & Motor Yacht magazine from Sept., 2001, they made 100 of the 52' Coastal between 1986 and 2001. That averages only one or two a year, depending. Hmmmm. They also made the Coastal in 40 footer. Info is pretty skimpy, but apparently, Harbor Master was owned by E M G Inc., located in Gallatin, TN, but no more info there. I found a website, but it was dated 1994. I called the phone number anyway, and of course, no connection. Is Harbor Master still owned by E M G? Did they sell out, or did they go belly up? I've did find HB Coastal for sale on the Web as young as 2009, but that was a custom build. Saw a number 2008's, 2005's and 2001's, but no company info. Who is building these late models??? Did they sell the plans and molds to someone?  Interestingly, 'All About Houseboats' magazine had an article about Harbor Master as a current builder, but that was a dead end too.

And to add to the confusion around Harbor Master boat/houseboat manufacturing, from what I have learned on the web, Stolkraft (Australia) licensed Harbor Master to use their patented ti-hull/to/catamarn hull-form to produce the Stolkraft 45' coastal cruiser. Layout is similar to the older Carve Mariner (pre 1996 with the interior on one level), but with a beam of 16'+!!!

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steve1234
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Posted: March 30 2013 at 21:13 | IP Logged Quote steve1234

I have a 1988 Harbor Master Coastal 520. I would like to
share information with anyone else interested.

As for who manufactured the Costal 520, it was Erin Marine
out of Chattanooga, TN. Erin Marine is still in business today
as boat brokers.

But anyone wanting to share information, please let me know.
Thanks!
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