1978 Crown 34.
These boats have a solid reputation in the Northwest. They were built in British Columbia and the majority of them are still in BC and the Seattle area. Check the owner’s web page at http://merricks.net/crown34/ for the history of the design, etc.
Check pictures at http://www.flickr.com/photos/37930301@N06/sets/72157617488845438/
Excellent sailing on all points of sail.
Proven cruiser, easy to single or double hand, good liveaboard, very good headroom throughout and very spacious main cabin.
2007 Survey available.
The previous owner cruised this boat from Seattle to San Francisco, Hawaii, Marquesas, Tuamotus, Society Islands, back to Hawaii, Back to the Seattle area, and back to San Francisco.
I have just returned from cruising Mexico for the winter, down to Tehuantepec and back.
The boat is ready to go anywhere today.
ENGINE: Yanmar 2QM20
HORSEPOWER: 20 Horse
FUEL TANK: 20 Gallons
HOLDING TANK: 20 Gallons
WATER TANK: 40 Gallons
DISPLACEMENT: 6 tons
HULL MATERIAL: FRP, cored deck
# Raytheon chartplotter/GPS 2003
# fishfinder/depth 2004
# VHF 2004
# Monitor Windvane self steering 2004
# 85 watt solar panel and charge controller 2003
# AirX wind generator 2004
# 3x120 Ah house batteries + starting battery
# All electrical wiring new 2004
# Norcold refrigeration 2004
# 400 Watt inverter 2008
# Revere Offshore 4 person liferaft 2003 (5 year repacking on December 2008)
# Lewmar 1000 electric windlass 2008
# 160’ BBB chain spliced to 150’ rhode 2004
# All plumbing (all hoses and macerator pump) 2004
# Holding tank 2008
# Head (Skipper II) 2004
# Engine raw water pump, thermostat 2008
# Mainsail, very good condition 2004
# 130% jib with UV cover, very good condition 2004
# 2nd mainsail, unknown condition
# 150% genoa, fair condition
# Spinnaker, good contition
# 2 blade maxprop feathering propeller
# Harken roller furling
# 2x43 Lewmar two speed main winches
#2x25 Lewmar two speed secondary winches
# Harken traveler