LOA with Swim Platform (ft/in): 35' 6"
Beam (ft/in): 13' 0"
Draft (in): 43"
Deadrise (degrees): 20
Dry Weight with Smallest Engine (lbs): 18,100
Bridge Clearance - Full Load (ft/in): 12' 7"
Fuel Capacity, Diesel (gallons): 272
Fuel Capacity, Gas (gallons): 250
Water System (gallons): 101
Holding Tank Capacity (gallons): 40
Salon Headroom (ft/in): 6' 8"
Stateroom Headroom (ft/in): 6' 5"
Sleeps (persons): 6
Hull, Deck and Superstructure: Hand-laid structural and non-structural fiberglass and core laminates bonded with infused resin
Hull bottom: Surface beneath the water line is sand blasted to create an optimal bonding surface for the anti-fouling paint Sea Hawk brand anti-fouling paint is sprayed onto the hull to create a smooth running bottom
Stringer System: Fiberglass stringers are used throughout the yacht
Interior bulkheads, cabinets and drawers precision cut, hand crafted cabinets constructed from a selection of woods and high pressure laminates Drawers are lined with laminate
Integral aluminum truss reinforcement in cabintop structure
Engines: Twin Mercury 57 L inboard engines with direct coupled v-drives Each engine’s exhaust is routed to a Hydralift muffler and underwater exhaust port
Shafts and Shaft Logs: Aquamet 15in (38 cm) diameter stainless steel propeller shafts Tides Marine SureSeal shaft logs are self-aligning, dripless and maintenance free Sacrificial anodes are installed on each shaft
Rudders and Propeller Struts: Made from durable 421 Manganese bronze
Propellers: 20in (51 cm), four blade, Nibral propellers
Fuel Tanks: Twin, 5052 aluminum tanks hold 125 gal (473 L) of fuel each Port and starboard fuel fill deck fittings
Trim Tabs: Bennett Marine 22in x 12in (56 x 30 cm) stainless steel electro-hydraulic trim tabs
Steering: Teleflex SeaStar hydraulic steering
Helm Display: Digital LCD display showing tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure, coolant temperature, battery voltage, fuel tank level and rudder angle indicator
Rails: 1in (25 cm) 316 stainless steel rails are used throughout the vessel Rail stanchion bases are secured using aluminum backing plates laminated into the deck’s fiberglass layup
Mooring Cleats: 10in (25 cm) mooring cleats are used at the bow stern and amidship (total of seven cleats) Cleats are secured using aluminum backing plated fused into the vessel’s laminate
Foredeck Access: Wide walkways are on each side of the cabin top and provide safe, secure access from the cockpit to the foredeck
Foredeck Hatch with screen
Air Deflector: Plexiglass wind deflector is installed on the leading edge of the command bridge
Courtesy Lights: Three recessed 12V courtesy lights are installed on the C34 command bridge
Seating: Adjustable helm chair Wraparound seating with table storage under wraparound seat cushions Aft sun pad
Entertainment: 24in LCD Television, Blu-Ray DVD player, AM/FM/CD marine quality stereo with speakers
Lighting: Eight LED lights are recessed into the salon head liner
Controlled by a rocker switch
Seating: U-shaped upholstered lounge with storage underneath seating Dining height table
Ventilation: Salon windows slide open
Storage: Hinged door on salon floor provides access to storage compartment
Flooring: Plush pile 100% nylon carpeting throughout salon
Sleeping: Queen size, island berth with Comfort Foam mattress Dual end tables and halogen sconce style reading lights
Privacy: Master stateroom is secured with a hinged wooden door and locking door latch
Storage: Port and starboard overhead lockers Port and starboard hanging lockers
Ventilation: Opening overhead hatch with screen
Lighting: Natural light provided by overhead hatch and hull windows with blinds Six overhead 12V lights recessed in the headliner and controlled by a rocker switch Two sconce reading lights
Flooring: Plush pile100% nylon carpeting throughout
Shower: Fiberglass stall shower with bench seat and hinged aluminum and acrylic door Shower head can be used as a hand shower Sump drain with automatic pump Exhaust fan LED overhead light Molded non-skid floor
Toilet: Raritan electric pedestal toilet with freshwater flush
Vanity: Vanity is equipped with vessel sink, under sink storage, solid surface counter top, mirrored medicine cabinet
Lighting: Two LED lights recessed in the headliner and controlled by wall mounted rocker switch
Electrical: 110V GFI protected outlet
12V System: Powered by an array of Series 31 12V batteries Array includes two dedicated engine starting batteries and one dedicated “house” battery Battery banks are charged by a 60 amp charger for each bank System ammeters are located on the ship’s 12V distribution panel and voltmeters at the helm station Battery on/off switch for the house battery is installed in the salon and the selector switch for engine batteries is located in the engine compartment
110V System: System consists of a 30 amp service supported by Marinco 50ft (152 m) shore power cord Ground fault circuit interrupters are incorporated into the onboard system
Television: Cable television is supported by onboard inlets in the salon and master stateroom and a 50ft (152 m) cable to connect to shore outlet
FRESH WATER AND HOLDING SYSTEM
Fresh Water System: One 90 gal (341 L) polyethylene tank with shore water connection and integrated pressure reduction valve
Fresh water fill fitting installed on walkway Six gal (23 L) water heater installed in engine compartment
On demand fresh water is delivered via a fresh water pump installed in the engine compartment An on-demand sump pump is utilized for the shower
Holding Tank System: Forty gal (151L) polyethylene tank is utilized with a dockside pump out fitting on walkway of vessel
SAFETY AND NAVIGATION
Bilge Pumps: Two 1,500 gal (5678 L) per hour automatic bilge pumps are installed, each with a manual on/off switch at the helm A float switchfor the high bilge water alarm is installed in the engine compartment
Bilge Ventilation: Four ventilator blowers are installed in the engine compartment Each blower creates 240 CFM volume
CO Alarms: Monitors with alarms are installed in both staterooms and the salon
Engine Alarms: Engine oil pressure and water temperature alarms are installed at the helm
Fire Suppression System: An FE241 Fireboy automatic fire suppression system is installed in the C34’s engine compartment
Compass: 45in flush mount illuminated Richie Navigator compass is mounted at the helm
Seacocks: Marine grade bronze seacocks are used on all below the waterline thru hulls Nylon fittings are used on above the waterline outlets
Swim Platform: Integrated into the yacht’s hull and deck Access to the cockpit from the swim platform is through a transom door on the starboard side of the yacht Telescoping boarding ladder is installed in recessed area of swim platform
Transom: Stainless steel handrail on top of transom Two storage lockers in aft surface of transom
Engine Compartment Access: Hinged cockpit floor hatch with gas shock cylinder
Courtesy Lights: Four cockpit courtesy lights with on/off switch
Storage: Storage locker below the bottom step to the command bridge
Counter Tops: Solid surface countertops throughout
Flooring: Vinyl plank flooring
Appliances: Dometic 38 CF (143 l) refrigerator, microwave over, two burner electric cooktop
Sink: Full-size stainless steel sink
Lighting: Five recessed LED lights over galley counter controlled by rocker light switch
110 Outlet: GFI protected 110V outlet
American Cherry Interior (CHE)
Sleeping: Twin berths with Comfort Foam mattresses
Flooring: Plush pile100% nylon carpeting throughout
Privacy: Guest stateroom is secured with a hinged wooden door and locking door latch
Lighting: Illumination is provided by three recessed overhead LED lights controlled by a rocker switch Two bedside reading lights
Natural light provided by hull portlight
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