This boat does not have a generator, air conditioning, flybridge enclosure, and the majority of the electronics with the exception of the VHF radio are inoperable. The engines are due for service on the following : heat exchangers, after coolers, water pumps, gear coolers, fuel coolers. The exhaust hoses are due for replacement and there are a number of other minor details that will need attention. Estimates for the mechanical work are in the neighborhood of $20,000.
This low hour Thirty-Four Luhrs is a handsome and very capable sportfisher. With innovative features including a roomy interior and reliable Yanmar diesels.
Luhrs tradition of building solid fishing boats that come with luxurious accommodations and innovative designs. The generous interior layout offers a separate head and shower a large and functional cockpit, and a molded-in stairs to the bridge are just a few of the unique features of the Thirty-Four Convertible. Understanding the demands of offshore fishing is critical and choosing the correct equipment is imperative if you want a fighting chance. Equipped with a deep-V heavily-built solid fiberglass hull provides a solid and comfortable ride in practically any sea condition. Since new she has always been a local Southern California vessel and currently belongs to the second owner.
The forward master stateroom on the 340 features a transverse double berth with two storage areas beneath the mattress, and drawers beneath those. The room is finished in a beautiful light maple wood, and has a carpeted sole. The deck is recessed to create additional headroom, and the result is a stateroom that seems larger than it really is. It's an intelligent use of space.
Farther aft, Luhrs designed a split head system, with the head and a vanity to starboard, and a shower with another vanity and seat "across the hall," as it were. This innovative setup creates a lot more space in both the head and shower than if the two had been crammed into the same space.
With a plush lounge seating to port and starboard that conceals generous storage space. The larger lounge, to starboard, has a backrest that flips up to form a Pullman berth, and the seat cushion slides toward the centerline to create a double berth. Altogether, the 340 will comfortably sleep five.The well-equipped galley, located aft and to port, features a double sink, two-burner stove, microwave and refrigerator. There's even a coffee-maker and space for an optional icemaker. The cabin overhead has a transverse space for storing rods, and the boat comes loaded with goodies for the cabin, including a single-CD player (12-CD changer optional), locking mini-blinds that don't rattle, slide-out canned-goods storage, and a large window aft with a sliding door for excellent visibility.
The Yanmar 6LPA-STP2 is a turbo charged & intercooled 4-stroke, inline 6 cylinder, freshwater water cooled diesel engine that produces 315 horsepower @ 3800 rpm. Bore & Stroke 3.70 in X 3.94 in = 254 cu inches or 4.164 Liter. Dry weight is 996 lbs counter clockwise rotation of flywheel.
This engine contains many high performance features sure to appeal to the serious powerboater. With an overhead cam design it develops max horsepower at higher revolutions, allowing a smaller, smoother running propeller. The camshaft is belt driven reducing weight, number of parts, gear wear and noise. The STP Yanmar model even features 4 valves per cylinder for enhanced breathing and top end performance.
Better Fuel and Air Management
A waste-gated watercooled turbo charger really makes things happen when the throttle is advanced rapidly. The reduce embarrassing black smoke at these times, the 6LP series engines have boost-compensated distributor-type fuel pumps. Burn efficiency has been improved as well
Reduced Vibration & Noise
Two stage springs on fuel injectors reduce injection noise. Ladder-frame, full block width crankshaft bearing cap structure reduces lower block area distortion and fights bearing slap. And of course the belt drive makes for big cuts in timing gear noise, while the 12 balance weight crankshaft and rubber engine mounts soak up much of the usual diesel vibration.
1000 rpm 6 knots 1.6 gallons per hour 10hp
1200 rpm 7 knots 2.2 gallons per hour 30hp
1300 rpm 8 knots 2.6 gallons per hour 40hp
1400 rpm 9 knots 3.0 gallons per hour 50hp
1500 rpm 10 knots 3.4 gallons per hour 64hp
1600 rpm 11 knots 4 gallons per hour 80hp
1800 rpm 12 knots 5.0 gallons per hour 100hp
2100 rpm 13 knots 8 gallons per hour 140hp
2400 rpm 14 knots 10 gallons per hour 200hp
2600 rpm 15 knots 12 gallons per hour 250hp
2800 rpm 16 knots 14 gallons per hour 280hp
3000 rpm 17 knots 16 gallons per hour 320hp
3100 rpm 18 knots 18 gallons per hour 360hp
3200 rpm 19 knots 20 gallons per hour 400hp
3300 rpm 20 knots 22 gallons per hour 450hp
3400 rpm 21 knots 25 gallons per hour 500hp
3600 rpm 22 knots 28 gallons per hour 550hp
3750 rpm 23 knots 33 gallons per hour 630hp
*Consumption figures are only estimates and cannot be guaranteed