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1984 Aloha Pontoons 10.4 Sloop

$25,000 USD

  • $25,000 USD
  • Kirk Muter
  • Active
  • Used
  • Sloop Sailboats
  • 1984
  • Aloha Pontoons
  • 10.4 Sloop
  • En Route Titusville, Florida, US
  • Sail
  • 34ft / 10.36 m
  • 11ft 2in / 3.40 m
  • Universal
  • M-25 Xpb
  • Inboard
  • Diesel
  • Fiberglass
  • 2016-09-20
  • 2016-09-22
  • 2304046

$10k Price Reduction!!

Owner wants to go to a bigger boat! Jump in and sail away in this Aloha 34 cruiser/ racer. Aloha has long had a reputation for safe comfortable cruising. Light, responsive and uncommonly quick, the Aloha 34 has a waterline length a full foot longer than the C&C 36. The fin keel and skeg protected rudder make her ride smooth and controlled. A combination of a fast hull shape along with a sail plan that's smaller and more efficient adds up to a design that is easy to handle and relaxing to sail. It's wide decks and spacious "T"-shaped cockpit, is comfortable and relaxing. The interior layout is well designed, with fine woodwork throughout to give warmth and charm inside.

Vessel Specifications

Aloha 34 

The ALOHA 34 is a comfortable, reasonably fast cruising sailing yacht, very beamy with a long waterline and very generous accommodations. The sail plan provides good drive and the deck is uncluttered. High quality fiberglass construction combined with a large modified fin keel and skeg-protected rudder makes this vessel a good performer with exceptional offshore capabilities. The slotted toe rails are aluminum, grab rails are teak and the companionway above the bridge deck is slightly offset with teak drop boards as well as new custom teak companionway doors. A spacious T-shaped cockpit contains a shallow locker to starboard and a deep locker to port providing access to the back of the diesel engine, the transmission and the fuel system. A rope/anchor locker is located on the foredeck just aft of a bow roller, which allows permanent ready-to-drop storage of the anchor. An electrical windlass makes anchor management that much easier.

The interior is traditional with liberal use of teak. There are ten opening ports and three overhead hatches allowing liberal ventilation. A bulkhead mounted fold down dinette table leaves the main cabin with ample seating for meals when down and open space when up.  At least 6′ 3″ headroom extends all the way forward into the V-berth. The head, with hot and cold pressure water, shower and a teak grating on the sole, has access doors from both the main cabin and the forward cabin. Opposite the head is a hanging locker and recesses for storage of clothing. The U-shaped galley to port, near the companionway, includes a stove with oven, deep double stainless steel sink and commodious refrigerator. Opposite, on the starboard side, is a forward facing nav station with large working surface and the quarter berth. The companionway stairs can be removed for easy access to the front of the engine. There is amazing storage throughout the boat and the interior volume of this vessel is quite striking.

 

 

Accommodations

  • V-berth forward with custom 6" coil spring mattress
  • Two sets of custom fitted sheets
  • Pull out double berth on port settee with lee cloth
  • Single berth on starboard settee with lee cloth
  • Starboard quarter berth

 

Head Compartment

  • Stand up head with shower
  • Pressure water at basin
  • Fresh water foot pump at basin
  • Granite counter top
  • Lavac electric toilet with manual backup 
  • 25 Gallon holding tank with deck and overboard pumpout
  • Holding tank gauge

 

Cabin Equipment

  • 16,000 BTU A/C
  • Force 10 2 burner propane stove/oven with remote solenoid valve at tank
  • 2 10 LB propane tanks in dedicated lockers
  • Double stainless steel Scandvik galley sink with pull out spray faucet
  • Norcold 110/12 Volt marine refrigeration
  • Dickinson wood burning heater
  • Custom teak companionway doors with lift off hinges
  • teak companionway drop boards

 

Engine & Equipment

  • Universal M-25 XPB Engine (275 Hours)
  • Oil changed every 100 hours
  • Raw water pump features Speedseal Life
  • Oil/filter changed every 100 hours
  • 100 Amp Leece Neville Alternator/Balmar MC-614 regulator
  • Spare 95 amp Balmar alternator
  • Racor 500 fuel 2 micron filtration with vacuum gauge (Changed every 100 hours)
  • Baja Filter for water and particle catchment before entering tank

 

Electrical System

  • Newmar PT-25 Stainless Steel battery charger
  • 4 Deka 6 volt batteries in series/parallel for 430 amp hour house bank
  • 12 volt dedicated engine starting battery with relay charge from house bank (charges when house battery bank is charging)
  • White 50 ft Marinco shore power cord
  • Blue Seas VSM 422 - Monitors battery voltage, remaining capacity, shore power, water tank levels, mounted in custom panel
  • Starpower 800 watt inverter
  • New 100 amp Leece Neville Alternater/Balmar MC-614 regulator
  • Spare 95 amp Balmar alternator
  • Full LED and Fluorescent lighting throughout with red LED in galley and nav station
  • Full LED navigation lights including OGM Tricolor/Anchor light
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Electric bilge pump with float switch
  • Wiring from batteries to distribution panel replaced    

 

Fresh Water

  • Water tanks located under main settees
  • 2 Plastic (25 Gallon) tanks
  • 1 35 gallon Nauta flexible bladder
  • Cruise RO 20 GPH reverse osmosis watermaker powered by Honda EU2000i companion model generator 

 

Electronics

  • Furuno FI-50 Triple Data Display 
  • Furuno FI-50 Wind Speed/Direction Indicator 
  • Airmar Depth/Speed/Temp thru-hull transducer 
  • Lowrance HDS-8M Chartplotter at Nav Station
  • Raymarine A75 MFD at helm 
  • All integrated on NMEA 2000 network
  • Furuno 16 NM radar
  • Standard Horizon VHF at nav station
  • AM/FM/CD Stereo with 4 saloon speakers
  • Humidity Gauge
  • Bullet 2HP WiFi Range Booster (approx. range 3 miles)

 

Sails & Equipment

  • Neil Pryde battened loose footed mainsail 
  • Original mainsail as spare
  • Pineapple Sails 150% Genoa on Harkin Roller Furling
  • 145% light air racing genoa (no sacrificial cover)
  • Storm Jib with bolt luff for Harkin Roller Furler
  • Cruising spinnaker with snuffer
  • Cape Horn Custom Fit Integrated Self-steering Windvane - All control lines in aft locker connected directly to quadrant
  • 2 Barlow 25ST 2-speed primary winches
  • 2 Barlow 23 mast mounted halyard winches
  • Forespar Telescoping Whisker Pole with deck mount
  • Emergency tiller
  • Edson Pedestal steering with lighted binnacle compass

 

Canvas

  • Bimini
  • PHIFERTEX rear mesh shade curtains
  • Dodger with isinglass
  • Boom tent
  • Hatch tents
  • Insulated hatch covers
  • Anchor riding sail

 

Ground Tackle

  • Maxwell-Nilsson electric windlass with foredeck foot switches
  • Bruce 66 lbs anchor on bow roller
  • 200 ft 5/16 Acco G4 chain
  • Danforth anchor with 30 ft 3/8 chain
  • 175 ft 5/16 three strand rode
  • Danforth stern anchor with 10 ft chain, 100 ft 5/16 three strand rode

 

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • U.S. Coast Guard Safety Gear
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Kumma Rail mounted propane BBQ
  • Anchor snubber
  • Miscellaneous navigation equipment
  • Numerous spares (i.e. hose clamps, wiring, fuses, sail patches)
  • Jabsco impeller puller

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

For Sale By Edwards Yacht Sales

510 Brookside Drive
Clearwater, Florida, 33764
US