||Used Boats for sale by owner since 1983. BoatsFSBO™ ||
1974 Seafarer 34
| Call owner Chris @ 860-460-0018. |
This well maintained Seafarer34 is a wonderful
opportunity to get out on the water in classic McCurdy Rhodes design.
This is the centerboard version draft 3' 9" board up that allows it to
be sailed in shallow areas where deep keel boats just can't go.
Traditional cruising plan with forward v-berth, mid-cabin settee with
fold down table convertible to double bunk, opposite settee, large
quarter berth and separate pilot berth.
Head with newer systems and
Rebuilt galley at bottom of companionway stairs, stove,
and large Igloo ice chest.
Custom finished mahogany interior with
generous built-in storage and large wet locker.
Nearly new light blue
"Sunbrella" covered cushions and extra thick cushions in v-berth.
seacocks are easily accessible and are just a few years old top of the
line Wilcox Crittenden bronze.
• 33'9" LOA, 10' beam, 12,300 lbs
displacement • shore power system with interior household outlets •
sleeps 6-7 • deck mounted access to water, fuel, and holding tank •
wheel steering • fuel - 40 gallons water - 40 gallons holding -12
gallons • 30 hp gas Universal Atomic 4 new block in 1984 • Head and
holding tank-- new in 2000 • Electric start and alternator • Igloo ice
chest -- new in 2000 • Pressure water, shower, sink • Dodger and sail
cover • 2 rebuilt hatches • new screens on all 8 opening portlights •
5 sails main 1980-good 150 Genoa 1980-average working jib 1980-good
storm jib 1974-very good spinnaker 1984-like new New for 2011 season •
1 starting battery and 1 deep cycle battery • Sony AMFMCD marine radio
• 50 ft 30 amp shore power cable • VHF radio • Garmin 5" GPSMAP 541S •
4 pack of new life jackets • interior cushion covers professionally
cleaned this summer E-mail for questions or to see boat.
sacrifice for 8,750 or best offer.
Launch is included in sale.
boat has only been in the water for 10 of the last 20 seasons.
currently on land and I am sanding down topsides in preparation for
Might be willing to negotiate winter storage.