|Built by Islander yachts, Costa Mesa, California, 1978. Robert Perry design. One of only 14 built!
Length 34' Beam 10' Draft 5'
MUST BE SEEN!!
REFIT AT WHANGAREI COMPLETED 2016 -
Altex paints - top coat and No. 5 ablative antifoul.
New Anchor chain - 50 metres of 7mm.
CQR and Danforth anchors sandblasted and recoated by Rudolphs Whangarei
Lowrance Windlass - stripped down - new bearings fitted, gears removed serviced and replaced. Work carried out by Kinsmen Engineering New Lofrans' foot switches installed.
Watertight anchor locker cleaned and painted.
New 120l flexible water bladder installed under forward V-berth.
Lavac toilet removed, serviced and reinstalled.
All through hulls serviced.
Dickinson 4 burner cooker removed serviced and replaced with new gas hose.
New Betamarine gear box and drive plate installed by JB Marine Opua. Propeller shaft aligned and connected to gearbox.
New 65amp alternator installed.
Complete engine service.
Edson pedestal - stripped, sanded and recoated.
||34' 0" - 10.37m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Full keel lead ballast|
||WHANGAREI, NEW ZEALAND|
||Islander Yachts, Costa Mesa, California|
||Beta Marine 28HP installed new 2005
||2lt/hr at 5 knots|
||100L solid plastic tank two 55L flexible bladders|
||120L flexible plastimo water bladder|
||Boom, dodger, biminii, winch, foreward hatch, dinghy, outboard|
||Sleeps 4 : Boat has a custom interior new in 2005. Details include a fold down table with custom inlay work, teak and holly floors, custom
cabinet doors and hardware, counter tops, custom electrical panels with smoked lexan doors. The Vee berth is King size aft and tapers forward. Interior is equipped with a Propane fireplace. Opening ports were replaced with solid stainless steel opening ports.
||Sleeps 4 in one double and 2 single berths|
||Hot & cold water cockpit shower|
||Lavac hand pump with holding tank|
||Dickenson four burner propane stove with oven and grill, Double sink and tall faucet with mixer hot water plumbed to galley sink at dock and underway (propane hot water). Lots of storage for pots and pans, and a nice pantry.|
||Refrigeration: Water cooled Adler Barbour super cold machine with a freezer. Fridge box is super insulated in box.|
||Freezer box inside fridge|
||Dickenson four burner propane stove with oven and grill,|
|Hot Water System
||Electric Tank heater with engine heat exchanger. Propane on-demand hot water heater.|
||Lewmar stainless steel V700 windlass. 50m of 1/4 inch chain. Sealed chain locker with watertight door for access, and water vent. 45Ib. CQR anchor with bow roller. 35Ib. Danforth with separate bow roller.|
||GPS Epirb. Revere 4 person offshore Life raft. Flares. Fire extinguishers|
||Primary 1100 gallon per hour, Secondary 3900 gallons per hour emergency pump. Both on separate switc|
||2x Seago 150N Auto Inflatable Lifejacket, 3x block foam life jackets|
||Various flares on board comply with Cat 1 cert|
||3 fire extinguishers, 1 fire blanket|
|Brand New Lowrance 5HD color chart plotter GPS, loaded with charts of the south pacific. Raymarine depth sounder.|
||Sail Inventory: Main sail. Furling Genoa. Flying Genoa, Storm jib Orange trysail. New forestay and Harken roller furler cruising system (mk1) installed 2012.|
|Mast / Rigging
||Aluminium mast, stainless steel rigging new in 2006|
||2x self tailing winches, 2x halyard winches on mast, 1x reefing winch on boom|
||We have owned the boat since 2008 and have been cruising on her in the South Pacific Islands. We have had a wonderful time on her, but sadly we now need to go back to work. Islander yachts have been cruised around the world and have been proven in many long offshore passages. This particular vessel presents well and includes a comprehensive inventory and many extras. The engine has been well maintained.
The vessel should be considered ready for the next owners to cruise or liveaboard.. Feel free to email or call us (Steve & Suzie) to ask any questions or make an offer.