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A rare opportunity to own a custom Marine Trader 34, Europa model! Built by San Francisco Boatworks, only four were made, and they have kept their value. Island Cove with her extra heavy hull of hand laid fiberglass, is rigged for extensive costal cruising or offshore passages, and has a range of over 1,000 miles. Only the best material was used during construction, such as old growth Burmese teak, both interior and exterior surfaces. The original owner, for whom she was built to his specifications, had a commercial fishing license, used the boat lightly for fishing, and wanted to be safe and comfortable at sea during all kinds of weather. She is now offered by her second owner with many spare parts and a 120 hp diesel engine rebuilt at 5,500 hours. Some cosmetic TLC of the brightwork is indicated, but there is no doubt that this is a quality boat!
DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION! ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED!
The vessel is a heavy displacement flybridge trawler with a solid fiberglass hull. She has a spacious aft deck and ample space on her side decks to move freely from bow to stern. There are two entrances to the cabin, one on the starboard side at the helm station. The other entrance, facing port, opens into the main salon. The sturdy radar arch with many antennas is noticeable.
The engine and machinery space is located midships; access is gained by removable panels in the main salon floor. At the forward end of this large area are the auxiliary generator, hot water heater, fresh water pump and batteries, followed by the engine with the fuel tanks mounted outboard on either side.
The interior layout is as follows:
Entering from the aft deck, you step into the main salon, with settee and dining table to starboard. At the forward end are storage cabinets and a counter, separating the salon from the galley which is on the port side opposite the helm station.
From the galley/helm area in order to move forward, you step down to the lower level of the forward cabin. Immediately to your left is the head compartment. Opposite to starboard are doors to access a large area behind the helm station. The main electrical panel is located on this bulkhead. Moving forward, you enter the second cabin with a large V-berth, ample stowage and a hanging locker. Forward of this area is the anchor locker.
Two large single berths in forward cabin
Enclosed head with new Jabsco toilet
Main salon with dinette, convertible to double berth
Lower helm station
Beautiful Burmese teak throughout
Lots of storage in drawers, lockers, cupboards and on shelves
Heater in main salon
New s/s hot water heater
Ritchie compass (two)
Standard Horizon VHF
Uniden Solara DSC Submersible Mopar Triton VHF
Apelco XCD 240 Fishfinder with Navionics Gold Cartgraphy
Lowrance Seachamp 1000 CDF Chartplotter,Depthfinder, GPS
Clock and French style barometer
Flybridge full length aft from pilot house
Huge flared bow for weight and stability
Fiberglass handlaid for strong hull
Mase 4,500 kw generator with 100 hours
The engine was rebuilt at 5,500 hours, including new heat exchanger, separator manifold, water pump, hoses and wiring. Speed: 7 knots@1,850 RPM, 1.3 gallon/hour, 1,100-mile range. It was serviced in March 2014. A Suzuki 2-hp outboard and dinghy, stored on the flybridge, are included, also many spare parts.