Located on the hard under cover for the off season in Mystic, Connecticut. An exceptional example of the well regarded Silverton 34 Convertible. She has been professionally and meticulously maintained to a very high level. Twin 5.7 MPI 320 HP Crusaders with 515 hours. Equipped with 7.3kW Kohler generator, Furuno radar, Garmin 3210 chartplotter, Hummingbird Fishfinder/depth sounder, Maxwell windlass. Two stateroom interior, two zone controlled Marine Air air conditioning and heat, central vacuum system.
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Rudders and Moorings LLC, Stonington Connecticut Office.
The master stateroom forward features a very comfortable offset queen-sized berth, large cedar lined hanging locker and storage for folded clothing along with flat screen TV. An overhead hatch provides ambient light and ventilation. There is drawer stowage beneath the berth. Abaft the forward cabin and to port is a full-sized electric head (with macerator and holding tank), a large mirror, and vanity. Opposite to starboard is a large shower with seat. The guest stateroom is to port with upper and lower bunk berths and storage locker.
Moving aft you enter large galley equipped with full size Norcold refrigerator/freezer, Carousel microwave/convection oven, two burner electric Princess stove, Corian countertops, stainless steel sink. Generous storage in cabinets. There is a maple wood galley sole.
Ascending three steps one enters the large and comfortable main saloon, which features plenty of seating and visibility (with side windows and large windshields forward. To port there is tan colored ultra leather sofa and dinette, with solid cherry wood table There is a second tan ultra leather settee to starboard, that can be opened to make a double berth. A flat screen TV entertainment system and Sony CD player/XM radio is aft to port adjacent to sliding door, with 12volt and 120 volt circuit panel below TV. There are electrical outlets in the cabins. Ample headroom. Marine Air air conditioning and heat in two zones. Cruisair Heat/Air Unit controls in master state room and saloon. Vents in all cabins. Carpeting throughout, with a central vacuum system.
Access out to aft cockpit through a large sliding glass door, with transom door leading abaft to swim platform. Molded stairs lead up to flybridge and helmstation with helm seats and aft bridge seating for crew and guests.