From the drafting table of Norm Cross (renowned for both power and sail trimarans and catamarans in the 60s, 70s and 80s) came one of his favorite designs, the 34' trimaran.
This professional built example has been well maintained and cared for. She will be a delight for her next owner.
Designer - Norman Cross
Builder - Jatterson and Sons
Length - 34'
Width - 20' 4"
Draft - 4' with a keel
Wood sheathed in fiberglass and epoxy.
Yanmar 2GM20F; European built; Approx 500 hours (The Yanmar was installed new in about 2002 including the transmission, shaft and so on. All of this was before my purchasing the boat.)
3 blade 13x14 bronze propeller
Racor fuel filter
Motors at 6.5kts in flat water
Two fuel tanks located below the cabin sole, approx. 30 to 35 gallons each.
Burning 0.6 gph at full throttle.
There are two doubles in the main salon (outboard port and starboard)
Generous double in the V-berth forward
Lewmar 24" hatch above the V-berth
The head is located forward between the main salon and the V-berth
Jabsco toilet (new in 2015)
18 gallon holding tank with the ability to pump overboard, pump holding tank out manually or to have the holding tank pumped out by pump out boat
Approx 30 to 34 gallons fresh water in two tanks
Pressure cold water with spare pump
The galley is located to port as you enter the salon.
Kenyon two burner alcohol stove
Double stainless steel sink
Custom dinnette table
Folding cockpit table
Autohelm ST4000 wheel autopilot
Furuno 1621 Radar
Garmin Echo Map 50s chart plotter/GPS/sonar (located at the helm)
Garmin GPS map 128 (located at the Nav station)
Horizon GX2150 VHF with AIS receiver
RAM mike at helm
Data Marine Speed / Depth
Horizon Wind speed and direction
Two Rolls AGM house batteries (2016)
One Rolls AGM engine start battery (2016)
Blue Sea battery isolator system
Masthead tricolor and anchor light, both LED
Deck running lights
Combination mast mounted steaming light and foredeck light
Dacron mainsail with two reef points (was new for 2016)
Kevlar Genoa approx 150%
Sails are by Fries Sail Design in Mystic. John Fries designed them and they were built offshore, in South Africa I believe. The main, like the Jib was new in late summer 2016. They are a really nice set. There is also a sunbrella custom mainsail cover new in 2017.
Harken roller furling for genoa
38" deck stepped aluminum non-rotating mast
Harken roller furling unit for the jib
2 Upper stays (capshrouds) to outer hulls
2 Lower and 2 Intermediate stays inboard on main hull
Twin back stays
2 Barient 22 winches for genoa on cockpit coaming
4 Barient 21 winches on cabin top
Deck organizer to lead halyards back to cockpit
Spinlock line clutches
35lb CQR anchor with 15' chain and 200' 5/8" braided rode
Usual spares, tools, and life preservers
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