7/1/08, 1977 Marine Trader 34, Geneva, New York, $44,500, ad expired
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1977 Marine Trader 34
This noble trawler has just completed (w/o incident) a 1200 nmi trip into freshwater Seneca Lake. She will be visiting here for part of the summer; then head back south, stopping in Delaware, if not sold beforehand. She is 30 years old, but one would never know it. She has been well cared for, completely detailed and is well found, having complete nav. stations (helms) on the flybridge and in the salon. Her full length bimini, and flybridge console cover, are color coordinated with her decks.
She has recent upgrades and improvements to the extent of $30,000. New AWL Grip Paint, all bright work just refinished (honey-teak), new Heavy Duty Windlass, new 50 lb st. stl. anchor, w/new chain and rode (the rode and chain are contained in custom designed special locker above deck to avoid damp, dirt, below deck, fwd of the v-berths), new 16000 BTU AC (reverse cycle), new remotely controlled spot light, new cushions and mattresses thruout, new decks, new electric head aft, Garmin GPS sounder plotters and compasses at both stations. New St. Croix after davits w/motor lift. She will be provided a 2 person fibreglass dingy, 8 pfd's, 5 fenders, 2 fender carriers, Dock lines, All windows provided with Sun Screens and Blinds. And about $300 in Honey Teak and Kleer Vu.
This is the perfect liveaboard trawler, She's in the water, ready for an early departure for the Bahamas (move south with the weather). Std. untampered with Aft cabin design, w/ 1 double, and 1 large single bunk, full head (new electric) and shower. Fwd. V-Berth and full std. head and shower. Galley w/4 burner propane stove w/oven. New Propane/electric Refr. Freezer, making her ideal for the Bahamas and living free of marina electric, and the noise, heat, and fuel consumption of a genset. Two propane tanks stored topside out of the cabin w/solenoid shutoff at the tanks; 2 new propane fume detectors. Swim platform, w/ladder.
She has been upgraded from the old, high maintenance, leak prone, teak decks. She is tight, sound, solid fibreglass (pre-chopped fibres), and her famous fuel stingy 120 HP Ford-Lehman Diesel makes her ideal for long off shore cruises. These engines have a life span in excess of 25,000 hrs. she has used about 2900 hrs. Parts and spares are easily and readily available. She comes with fresh oil change (Shell Rotella the mfr. recommended lubrication-zero hrs.), full fuel tanks (300 gal=$1500) (Note: It is important that fuel tanks keep topped off to prevent condensation) She was topped off at my purchase. Other Tanks are: water 150 gal, Diesel 300 gal, Holding Tank 40 gal. The photos tell the story. Many more Photos are available