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Seastream 34 (1984)

Afloat at her Berth Hythe Marina

Type Sturdy Deck Saloon yacht sloop masthead rig with Long ENCAPSULATED ( no bolts to worry about) lead keel, Dimensions Loa 10.36m (34') Lwl 8.31m (27'3") beam 3.35m (11'0") draught 1.82m (6') displacement approx 7620 KG with 3060 Ballast ..
Built By Seastream in 1984 witn heavy hand laid GRP to hull and superstructure in excess of Lloyds 100A1.( epoxy coated from new..) . recently had copper bottom epoxy system to under water, and a bow thruster professionally fitted at the same time. Engines Ford Watermota XLD 418 50 hp diesel driving down a reductiongearbox and straight sjaft to 3 bladed bronze propeller. gives her 5 knots cruise and up to 7 max
Tanks Fuel 60 gallons (272lts) fresh water in two tanks of 25 gallons each Berths 5 double forward, single stab cabin, double in dinette conversion.



deep cockpit, with nice high combings, tall spray hood, and dodgers aft, help feeling of security , note aft cockpit bimini frame, and side ladder at gates ( each side)

deep drop down swim ladder aft, nice S/S plates under fairleads.

again wear plates at all fittings, double roller CQR anchor , deck access to "seawolf 520 " windlass locker, Furlex furling genoa,

inflatable dinghy is stored on deck forward,

Kemps spars and gas kicker, deck stepped mast..

spinnaker pole, stainless standing rigging last renewed in 2009, slab reefing with lazy jacks,

sails , age un known, Main, Genoa, Spinnaker, and cruising chute,,

nice shaped helm seat, and "Whitlock" wheel steering, gas locker behind dark perspex aft

Andersen 46 self tailing sheet winches,

cabin entry solid hatch, and half drop window to saloon, note s/s fram atop, houses big Raymarine Plotter screen.

self tailing halyard winch , all lines aft to cockpit

new bow thruster remote joy stick left of helm,

autopilot at top

engine start etc,

saloon starboard side, drop to berth,

clear overhead panel adds light, cd player in locker, note white translucent panel right over "Captains cabin" below

port side, nav station then internal helm, with galley ahead of that.

decent nav station

aft end of saloon dinette showing raymarine screen from cockpit bracket,

cabin entry steps, with battery switches, full 220v shore system, with battery charger (sterling) and immersion heater to water as well as calorifier on engine

recent engine instruments and panel with recent GPS plotter ( 2nd)

Galley has been refitted just a few years back and is still smart

nice solid storage.

starboard cabin, and again more great storage

hanging lokcer to port ahead of aglley

heads on starboard side, manual simple sea toilet.

engine , under main saloon floor, low angle on shaft, new PRM gearbox prop shaft in 2009, new mounts 2011, new cutlass 2012, started and ran smoothly last I tried..with no undue smoke and easy gear shift. new injectors 2011.

Electronics Raymarine plotter/ 2 kw radar also on , C120, screen, Autohelm st60000 autopilot, Furuno NX300 Prop GPS, Icom M411 DSC/VHF, st30 log echo and st30 wind, with st 50 GPS display at outer helm.
History Good title paperwork.. bought buy her current owner in 2014 she has various works under gone, since including the bow thruster and copper bottom, she has had new cutlass bearing and gland packing in 2015, some new hoses in 2015 new pump seals, sail makers re stitch spray hood etc. and new UV strip on genoa, new saloon steering cable etc etc, general stuff!
Broker's Comments come and look over her, These boats are well respected in the "SET OFF" circles, Not that you have to, but it does make her a robust and reassuring sail boat to do channel crossings in when you know they have circumnaviagted ! ( and NO KEEL bolts to worry about! She could use a new loving owner to clean and tidy her a bit, but she looks good and sound. ! watch the following for a quick look round her, ;https://youtu.be/r9bsIK9YPH4

Afloat Hythe £38,500 SOLD

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