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1983 GEORGIAN 34 AUXILIARY CUTTER, file# sa5732
Location: New Brunswick
BUILDER: McConnell Marine DESIGNER: Bruce Kirby
CONSTRUCTION: Fiberglass hull, deck and deckhouse; the hull and side decks are cored with Klegecell; the coachroof is cored with balsa; the hull and decks are a cream colour with a dark red boottop; long fin keel with centerboard; skeg supported outboard rudder; bow and stern pulpits; double lifelines; fixed cockpit shelter with complete beige Sunbrella cockpit enclosure (2016/17); swim platform with boarding assist rail and extra long boarding ladder; davits which support the solar panel (dinghy & motor not included); 6 hatches; 10 opening ports; 2 Dorade vents; solid wood & Plexiglass companionway slides; wheel steering with custom mahogany consol; custom wood steering wheel and a spare stainless steel steering wheel; large (8') self-bailing cockpit with composite non-skid cockpit sole.
ACCOMMODATIONS: The yacht sleeps 6 and has 6'4" headroom. The yacht has two facing settees forward with a removable mahogany dining table in between them. The backs of the settees can be raised to make roomy single berths. The galley is to port with lots of counter space the refrigerator/freezer forward; the 3 burner LPG stove with oven aft then a dresser/navigation table further aft to port; opposite amidships is more counter space with double stainless steel sinks. The enclosed head with walk-through (doors fore and aft) is opposite to starboard. There are two large double quarter berths aft port and starboard; and a dresser to starboard with drawers for clothes storage.
The head has an electric marine toilet and mascerator connected to a 50 gallon holding tank; sink, shower and vanity. There are two 20# LPG tanks in a dedicated LPG locker with drain.
There is a Wave 5 LPG thermostatically controlled heater; 100 gallon fresh water capacity in 2 aluminum tanks; LPG demand hot water heater; pressure water and manual pumps; 3 hanging lockers; sage fabric upholstery. The interior is finished in the Herreshoff style with white painted bulkheads and solid mahogany trim finished bright.
ENGINE: 2012 YM30, 30 HP fresh water cooled marine diesel engine; hour meter showing about 490 hours to the time of listing; Max Prop feathering propeller; Drive Saver engine coupling isolation disc; 50 gallon fuel capacity in a fiberglass tank; bilge blower.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: TThe yacht is equipped with both 12 volt DC & 110 volt AC electrical systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by an alternator on the engine and a 210 watt solar panel through a selector switch to 3 deep-discharge house-system batteries and on to a circuit breaker panel and to lights and accessories; separate engine starting battery and switch. The 110 volt system is supplied by shore-power connection, 30 amp shore-cord included; or by the 1000 watt True Wave converter from 12 volt power. The yacht has a full complement of navigation and cabin lights (many converted to LEDs).
SAILS &RIGGING: Aluminum mast and boom painted off-white; mast stepped on the keel; whisker pole; stainless steel standing rigging; Pro Furl roller furling gear; 4 Lewmar self-tailing sheet winches on the cockpit coamings; reel halyard winch; 4 Sails: tanbark Dacron mainsail, 120% genoa and staysail; white drifter; beige mainsail cover.
ELECTRONICS: Uniden VHF; Ritchie compass at the helm; Autohelm ST6000 autopilot; JRC Radar; Raymarine Ray50D GPS plotter; Raymarine depth sounder; speedometer; AM/FM/CD stereo.
GENERAL: 35 Bruce anchor; 45# CQR anchor; 20# Danforth anchor; 250' 3/4" braided rode w/ 15' chain leader; 150' nylon 5/8" three strand rode; manual anchor windless; anchor locker; custom stainless steel anchor roller pulpit; electric and manual bilge pumps; steel cradle; dock lines & fenders; boat hook; life ring; cockpit cushions; horn; screens; kerosene lamp; stainless steel barbeque; engine & equipment manuals
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
BROKER'S COMMENT: Owner's Comment: "This boat is a very comfortable coastal cruiser and has been to the Bahamas with the original owners and to Cuba with the present (second) owners". Broker's Comment: The Georgian 34 was conceived by Bruce Kirby as his response to the famous Nonsuch line of yachts designed by Mark Ellis. Five were built. This boat was converted to a conventional cruising cutter rig from the wishbone ketch rig of original design. The owner reports that the boat sails well and balances beautifully. She has had many upgrades and represents excellent value.
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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