|"Grace" a 2002 Gemini 34 is in great condition and ready to cruise the shallow Florida waters and beyond!
NEW West Marine RIB dinghy was added in 2013
8hp Outboard for dinghy
Davists with 4 Solar panels installed, plus 2 more in storage...
Refrigeration (runs on electricity or propane)!
Dehumidifiers (3 of them!)
Full cockpit enclosure
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 33 ft 6 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 31 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 1 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Dry Weight: 9600 lbs
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 2002
Engine Model: 30 B 3
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 27 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (25 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (15 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 4
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
Fully battened mainsail
Electric bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Gemini 34 "Grace"
A sliding glass door leads from the cockpit into a central saloon. The saloon features a large U-shaped settee around a dining table. Down to starboard is a spacious galley with ample storage and counter space. Forward is the owner's cabin with a queen berth. Aft of the galley is guest cabin with double berth. A VIP cabin with another queen berth is in the port hull. Forward of the VIP cabin is the nav station and storage. A large head and shower occupies the forward end of the port hull.
Private owner's cabin with queen berth
Two private double cabins for guests with full / double berths
16,000 btu Mermaid air conditioner
Galley down arrangement keeps galley clutter out of sight of guests
Numerous large forward facing opening hatches provide lots of light and ventilation
U-shaped settee/dinette serves 6 and offers comfortable places to sit back and read a book or watch TV
360 degree view from the saloon
Voyager 2 burner propane stove with oven and broiler
Double stainless steel sink
Large refrigerator - 110 vac/propane powered
Ample counter space
Lots of handy storage space in galley
Engine and Mechanical
Westerbeke 30 B Three 27 hp diesel engine
Sillette Sonic leg
Sonic leg can be raised out of the water for corrosion protection and reduced drag
6 gallon 110vac/engine heated water heater
Electronics & Electrical
Raymarine wheel mounted autopilot
Sony remote controlled stereo with CD player
4 solar panels installed, 2 additional panels in storage
Deck & Hull
Fortress primary anchor with chain and rope rode
Sails & Rigging
Selden fractional rig with a single adjustable back stay
110% genoa on roller furler
340 sq ft main with reefing points
All sails are original but in good condition
Two Primary Winches
Stereo / CD playe
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger / inverter
Shore power inlet
Manufacturer Provided Description
Through over 930 boats, every aspect of the Gemini 105Mc has evolved for maximum performance. The near constant tuning and tweaking of sail plans, rig, and structure results in a cruising catamaran with unparalleled performance. Whether sailing to windward in 25 knots or ghosting at wind-speed in 5 knots of true wind, the Gemini is a cruising boat that offers exhilarating sailing every time.
Main - 340 sq. Ft.
Genoa - 350 sq. Ft.
Screacher - 490 sq. Ft.
Discover the Gemini 105Mc's expansive interior complete with comfortable dinette seating for six, sleeping room for up to eight, a double-sided work surface in the galley with a front-loading 4 cubic foot refrigerator, a beautiful master cabin with an incredible view, roomy head with separate shower, and much more. New this year on the interior is a Stratipont Teak & Holly floorboards. This ultra-tough laminate floor stands up beautifully to even the roughest treatment.
The head features standing head room, marine toilet, single bowl sink, medicine cabinet, additional storage locker, and a separate shower head with a unique folding Plexiglass door for keeping a towel and change of clothes dry while you take a shower. The head also features a unique fresh-water flush for the toilet which provides a quick and easy way to virtually eliminate head-odor. The 18-gallon holding tank is owner-accessible from the sail locker and can be gravity drained or emptied from the pump-out on deck. Each of the aft cabins contains a "cozy double" bed, hanging storage lockers and drawer, and plenty of ventilation thanks to Bomar hatches on each side and optional fans. The area underneath each bed houses a 30 gallon water tank for a total of 60 gallons. There is also a six gallon water heater, various seacocks for the engine and optional air conditioner, and room for a modular water maker.
The galley of the 105Mc is twice the size of previous models and features a double-sided work surface, double burner propane stove-top with oven and separate broiler, a double stainless sink, easy access to the four cubic foot refrigerator (powered by propane or 110v), optional microwave, two AC outlets on either side of the galley, and plenty of accessible storage. The 105Mc has 60 gallons of water storage split between two 30 gallon tanks located under the aft scabin berths.
The Gemini is powered by a 27 hp Westerbeke diesel with 55-amp alternator and heat exchanger for hot water. It is designed and built using experience gained in supplying over 1,100 whale boat engines to the United States Navy. The greater piston Bore of the 30B Three delivers more power without sacrificing smooth and quiet operation. To minimize engine maintenance, the 30B Three is fresh water cooled and equipped with a simple control system. Easy access to all servicing points and a self-bleeding fuel system allows easy installation and routine maintenance. The engine weighs 274 pounds and drives a lift-able, steer-able outdrive leg from Sillette marine with a large efficient propeller. With this configuration, the Gemini can motor in as little as 20 inches of water and when sailing, the drive leg and prop are pumped up and clear of the water. With no fixed prop in the water, there's little to no drag and nothing to get fouled or bent on trap lines or the bottom.
First introduced on the original Gemini 105M, the hull shape of the 105Mc is still revolutionary in the multihull industry. The hulls of the Gemini 105Mc are shallow and shaped much like a "teardrop" which requires little force to move the 105Mc through the water yet it also provides a high load carrying capacity (450 lb per hull per 1"). The bridge deck has 39" of clearance at the bow. This, combined with the lack of pitching and wave making, translates to a comfortable ride with no heeling. The shape has been tested and proven in a wide variety of conditions... Surfing down 30' waves in the mid-Atlantic, cruising to Hawaii, or cruising down the Intracoastal waterway. The Gemini hulls provide many advantages considering their weight and structural rigidity. The entire hull mold is one complete unit including the centerboard cases. This single unit eliminates any secondary bonding down the keel, at the bridge deck or around the centerboard cases making for a far stronger hull. The result - a faster, stronger, and more stable platform that provides excellent sailing performance.
Throughout the history of the Gemini Catamaran, the centerboards have always been her secret weapon and the reason why she points so well to windward. The lift-able boards provide plenty of 'grip' while going to windward yet are easily retractable. So going downwind, the boards are raised thus minimizing drag and maximizing performance. The 105Mc's centerboards combine the pivoting, kick up cruising convenience of centerboards, with the remarkably efficient shape of dagger boards. The centerboards in the Gemini 105Mc have an advanced asymmetric shape that lifts the boat to windward with reduced drag. The boards are now molded with closed cell foam, which ensures they will last a lifetime. The centerboards case has a Plexiglas cover enabling the operator to see whether they are up or down. Centerboards are operated from inside and will easily kick up if the boat is grounded.