- 34 (ft.)
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Zephyr is truly one of the most beautiful Cabo Ricos anywhere. She has been lovingly restored and upgraded by her current owners and is ready for any trip to fulfill the new owner's dreams. All exterior teak was just stripped and refinished. Check her out! She is ready to see this weekend, May 4th and 5th in Annapolis. Call Bruce at 814 341 0094 now for details!
- Mainsail with two reefing points and lazy jacks Furling jib Staysail, self tacking with one reef point Gennaker with snuffer and sheets, green, yellow, and blue
- Dodger (new in 2012) Bimini Cockpit shade screens to fully enclose cockpit Connector Full boat cover Cockpit cushions Winch covers Cockpit shade screens Covers for grabrails
- Ground Tackle
- 35# CQR all chain rode 25# CQR chain and nylon rode 25# Danfort all nylon rode Windlass
- Marine Radio-Matrix GX 2000 with AIS, remote cockpit mic Radio/CD/ipod/iphone/SAT Kenwood KDC-X395 Sirius Weather System Raymarine E80 Chart Plotter/ GPS Raymarine Autohelm ST6001, Smartpilot controller Raymarine Radar/ Raydome Scanner Autohelm ST50 tridata
- 1 Barient Model 21 self tailing 2 Barient Model 27 seld tailing 3 barient winches on mast
- Tasco three burner with oven and LPG regulator Xantex S-2A Propane Fume detector and contral system Two 3 gallon aluminum propane tanks Alder Barbour Cold Machine Refrigerator and freezer Double deep stainless steel sinks Plenty of counter space
- Double forward V berth with custom mattress Full aft berth Pull out salon berth Dining for 4 to 6
- And More.....
- Inverter Trace 2012 series Mayfair bilge blower Weems and Plath Quartz Ship'e Bell Clock and Barometer Two solar powered Vent fans Cockpit shower, hot and cold Kato Davits 2010 Achilies 11 foot dingy with davit attachment 2010 Tohatsu 4 HP Cruisair Air Conditioner
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- Cabo Rico creates sailing vessels that can be worked easily for those who take pride in excellence. Each is built to the most exacting standards of construction, detail and finish. Owners enjoy the confidence that Cabo Rico quality brings, while taking genuine pride in the superb craftsmanship and beauty. Many years of experience are embodied in the CR 34's deck layout. From its bowsprit for ease of anchoring, to its comfortable cockpit, this is a safe yacht. The large foredeck gives room to handle a second jib or cruising spinnaker after a downwind run. Wide side decks make it easy to move fore and aft. Handholds are numerous. Stainless steel is fashioned to create strong, safe stanchions, pulpits, and pushpits. The molded-in bulwark gives safe footing while adding strength and watertight integrity at the hull-to-deck joint. A molded-in rub-rail with sacrificial strip, provides extra protection topside. Eight stainless steel opening ports and five hatches, combined with the best running tackle, winches, steering system and other gear; give each Cabo Rico a superb equipment package. Each Cabo Rico is hand-crafted, beginning with a heavily built hull. This is a solid hull built in one piece. Between each hand sanded layer of 1 1-2-ounce mat or 24-ounce roving, the huge mold must be rolled from one side to the other to apply the next layer. The insulated hull and one-piece deck are sealed with 3M 5200 bonding compound and then bolted together to form an amazingly strong hull-to-deck joint. All bolts are accessible from below, as are those for the chain plates and stanchion bases. The interior consists of real wood; doors, cabinets, cabin sole, lovingly crafted and hand-rubbed to a warm lustrous finish. Cabo Rico yachts are designed to be balanced and track well, to be seakindly and seaworthy. Every Cabo Rico 34 carries an over-sized, standing rig and includes adjustable intermediate stays in addition to the two upper and four lower shrouds. Her anodized aluminum spar is one-piece, no seams, and stepped through the deck to the keel. However; Cabo Rico adds its own massive fiberglass and aluminum structure to transmit the load directly to the keel, while keeping the bottom of the mast and its wiring, a few inches out of the bilge and any possible contact with moisture, a unique Cabo Rico feature. To produce a true ocean-going yacht there are no short cuts. Structural integrity is essential. The keel of a true yacht must be strong. We use multiple ballast castings placed inside the keel cavity and separated by fiberglass bulkheads. All voids are filled with special fiberglass compound to ensure immobility of the ballast. Then, the whole area is covered with multiple layers of mat roving to provide the superior strength, rigidity and security of a double hull in this crucial area. The keen eyes of our quality control department watch each and every step of construction and perform numerous tests. All are logged and samples filed by hull number. In fact, Cabo Rico puts more hours into molding a single hull and deck than the vast majority of manufacturers spend on producing an entire boat. A true yacht must meet the challenge of waves and weather. She will amaze you in light air and point 30 per cent relative or better, even when the wind is up. The easy to handle cutter rig gives you superb sailing performance in any weather. With the rig divided into three sails, each becomes easier to handle. It is a simple matter with a cutter, to reduce sail area in high winds by furling your foresail to continue under staysail and main. This moves the centre of effort inboard, leaving the vessel with better balance and control.
- 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.
- Call Bruce at 814 341 0094 to discuss a visit.