REDUCED TO $29,900
The Marine Trader 34 Double Cabin "Nothing to Plunder" has a V-shaped bottom with a sharp entry forward that flattens considerably at the stern. There is an integral keel that runs nearly the entire length of the vessel. The keel fairs into the bottom near the bow and drops more than two feet below the bottom near the stern affording protection for the propeller and rudder. The side decks are quite wide and allow an adult to pass from bow to stern safely and comfortably. There is a substantial bulwark surrounding the deck and an added handrail for a safe, secure feeling. The aft deck has plenty of room for a couple of folding deck chairs. The flybridge is accessed by ladders from the aft deck and atop the aft cabin and encompasses the entire main saloon cabin top. The bridge area can accommodate six adults comfortably
There is access to the cabin from the aft deck through a sailboat-like sliding hatch and companionway and along the starboard side to the main saloon through a fore and aft sliding door.
"Nothing to Plunder" is rigged with custom made powder coated aluminum mast and boom for carrying a steadying sail, mounting radar and radio antennas or raising flags.
She is a very livable boat which offers completely separate and private accommodations for two adult couples, plus plenty of room for stores and belongings. Headroom is well over 6’ throughout and interior furnishings are recognizably Taiwanese with teak everywhere except for cushions, deckhead liners and some counter tops. There are plenty of windows and ports to keep the interior from appearing dark.
The forward cabin has port and starboard berths arranged in a "V" configuration that are large enough to be comfortable for an adult. The cabin also has a large hanging locker opposite a head with integral shower.
The main saloon area is mid-ship and features a galley forward along the port side with a small settee aft. To starboard, there is an L-shaped dinette aft and a lower helm forward. Access to the engine room is through the main saloon cabin sole.
In the aft cabin there is a double berth along the starboard side along with a second head with integral shower. Along the port side there is a single berth (usually used for extra storage) and a large hanging locker.
"Nothing to Plunder" is powered by the very dependable, single, six cylinder, 120 hp Ford Lehman marine diesel with 3,500 hours on the meter. She is not a fast boat however, she is extremely efficient when operating at displacement hull speed. At 8.5-mph she sips a mere 2.2 gallons of fuel per hour and will cover a range of more than 900 miles between fuel stops on her 300-gallon fuel supply.
Contact RCR listing broker Charles “Corbo” Corbishley CPYB for more information or to arrange a viewing; O: 585-339-9730, C: 585-752-2530, email@example.com
Teak overlaid decks and wooden deck core removed and replaced with composite foam core, fiberglass and Awlgrip paint 2008.
Force 10, 4-Burner Galley Range featuring a thermostatically controlled oven with a broiler, electronic spark ignition and a slide away oven door with viewing window installed in 2009.
Hynautic SeaStar hydraulic steering system installed in 2012.
MASTERVOLT ChargeMaster Battery Charger installed in 2013