Bulldog Sally is hull number 20, the last Kadey Krogen 58 built to James Krogen’s initial design vison. She features the original pleasing profile and is powered by twin John Deere’s six-cylinder engines. The quality of ride, craftsmanship, and classic trawler attracts many cruisers to the Kadey Krogen designs.
Bulldog Sally’s hull form benefits from a sharp bow entry that cuts effortlessly through the water and follows with her signature wine glass transom. The owner remarks that she performs well in a 6’-8’ following sea gliding through the water, a feature indicative of expert design.
Large stainless-steel staples wrap around a custom oversized swim platform. Significant cockpit space, generous starboard side deck with fortified bulwarks flow to the Portuguese bridge with entry to the foredeck through a robust gate, then curving aft to port to the upper boat deck which connects to the flybridge atop.
From the aft cockpit and through large double doors, the single level saloon and galley create a welcoming entry. Perfect for hosting friends and viewing the scenery while aboard through large windows. There are reclining chairs and a bench settee with an adjustable table for meals. The galley features stainless steel appliances, Granite counter tops and deep cabinets. The forward section of the saloon gives you a choice of taking six steps up to the pilot house, or four steps down to the accommodations deck. In the pilot house, two Stidd helm chairs are mounted before a sophisticated array of navigational and operational equipment. All optimized to provide the most comfortable cruising experience her captain and crew could need. Below on the accommodations deck, an owner cabin with its own head, guest cabin, guest head, and an additional office/guest cabin afford a comfortable layout for a cruising couple and their guests.