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Seastream 34


Rugged and capable are words frequently used to describe the Seastream 34. Designed by Ian Anderson this popular brand has quite a loyal following. Comfortable and safe passage making with extremely spacious interior. Two separate cabins for berthing plus saloon pilot berth it’s a well thought out package. The interior pilot helm as well as exterior cockpit helm will cover all weather options here in the UK!
This boat has ONE OWNER FROM NEW.  Lovingly maintained.
Much more boat than a Fisher 34 or Nauticat of similar size.  Call us for the high resolution pictures.
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Country: United Kingdom
Price: £ 39,950 TAX PAID
Boat Size: 34 ft.
Year Built: 1979
Boat Model / Make: Seastream
Boat Builders: Seastream Yachts
LOA (metres): 10.36m (34')
LWL (Length Water Line): 8.31m (27'4")
Beam: 3.35m (11')
Displacement: 7500kg
Draft: 1.82m (6')
Hull Material: GRP
Engine/Fuel Type: MERCEDES - diesel
Engine HP: 42hp
Engine Hours: 2500
Max Speed: 6.5kts
Cruising Speed: 5.5kts
Fuel Capacity: 272 litres
Water Capacity: 455 litres
Hull & rig
All GRP hull and deck, with all-around teak toerail and cover board.
Hull moulding encases the keel ballast.
Moulded rudder skeg carrying GRP rudder with stainless steel shaft and bottom pintle.
Stainless pulpit and push-pit. All-around plastic covered lifelines with stainless stanchions.
Regulation night lighting, deck floodlight, tricolour light & vhf antenna on main masthead.
Bermudan ketch rig, aluminium masts, spars and jib pole.
All stainless standing rigging.
Profurl genoa foil and furling rig on 8 mm forestay.
Main and mizzen sails in ‘stackpack’ furling system with lazyjacks.
Two Lewmar halyard winches on main mast.
Two Lewmar rollstop deck hatches on foredeck.
Mizzen mast carries the radar scanner, with Visiball radar reflector, Navtex antenna & active antenna on masthead.
Deck level & ground-tackle
16 kg Lewmar Delta bower anchor with approximately 50 metres 8mm calibrated chain.
Simpson-Lawrence Horizon 900 electric anchor windlass with flush deck foot switches.
Deck mounted anchor chain stopper.
Avon Redcrest dinghy with wood floor, outboard bracket, and wood oars.
(Fully inflated dinghy stows on foredeck ready for immediate launch.)
Full deck length port and starboard personal lifeline lanyards.
Stowed bathing ladder extension for stern boarding ladder.
15m shore-power cable with terminations.
Sail wardrobe
Mainsail and mizzen-sail ready rigged in zipped Stackpacks.
Roll furled genoa jib on forestay foil.
Lightweight cruising chute in snuffer sock. (stowed in cockpit locker)
Lightweight mizzen staysail. (stowed in cockpit locker)
Also in cockpit locker; - original hanked genoa, hanked no1 jib, hanked storm jib.
Machinery & tanks
Mercedes OM636 42hp diesel engine with Borg-Warner hydraulic gearbox.
Closed circuit engine cooling with sea cooled heat exchanger and s’steel exhaust muffler.
Three blade fixed pitch propeller. Fitted Ambassador rope cutter.
Engine driven bilge scavenger pump. Automatic electric bilge pump.
Webasto warm air heating system, burning diesel fuel from main tank.
Pressurised electric fresh water pump and system, with large pressure accumulator.
Diesel fuel tank, 60 gallons.
Two 50 gallon fresh water tanks (one each side) with crossfeed cock, & level sight tubes
Steering system
Dual permanently coupled steering positions from cockpit and saloon.
All rotating rod and gear coupling throughout (no cables).
Whitlock cockpit pedestal feeds gearbox with gear coupled autopilot drive motor, below.
Ball jointed link to rudder tiller.
Four lead-acid batteries with ‘blocking diodes’ parallel charging isolation system.
(3 x 110 AH for system busbars, 1 x 60 AH dedicated solely to engine start)
60 amp alternator on main engine.
Permanent ½ amp solar panel trickle charger. Two portable 5amp solar panels fitted on saloon roof, with blocking diodes and charge controller.
Automatic controlled 10 amp battery charger (shore powered).
Wood furnishing and trim throughout. Four fire extinguishers. Lee cloths fitted to all bunks.
Main saloon with great outside visibility. Centre table, with dropleaf, to seat six.
Table can be lowered with infill mattress to form generous sized double bed (no lee cloth).
Chart table, bottle cupboard, shelves, drawer, generous lockers,
Steering position with engine control and instrument panel, radar display & autopilot.
Warm air heating outlet. Shore power socket.

Midships cabin - two full-size bunks, hanging cupboard, drawers, and fixed vanity mirror.

Forepeak cabin - two full-size bunks with optional centre infill, hanging wardrobe, drawers and generous locker spaces. Warm air heating outlet.

Midships Heads - Lavac vacuum toilet system, sink with extending shower hose, cupboards, ‘Main Nymph’ gaz, on demand, water heater. Draining shower tray in floor.

Self-contained Galley - gimballed Flavel gaz cooker with oven, sink, refrigerator, s’steel insulated cold store box with drain, crockery racks, big store cupboard, pan locker.
Self draining, with Teak floor gratings.
All around ss push-pit incorporating fold-down stern boarding ladder with wood treads.
Stainless steel helm wheel, Whitlock pedestal, compass binnacle.
Fitted folding varnished table.
Engine/gearbox control lever, autopilot control head (both duplicated in saloon).
Port & starboard Lewmar 2 speed Genoa sheet winches.
Lewmar main sheet winch.
Five Aquatronic analogue displays showing wind (speed, vane & trim), depth and log.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light in push-pit carrier.
Deep lockers, accommodating all fenders when at sea, stowed outboard motor, large range of ropes and warps, unrigged sails, stowed sea drogue with towing bridle.
Stern locker with twin Gaz cylinders and overboard drain.
Built-in manual bilge pump.
Fitted seat cushions.
Heavy canvas cockpit cover.
Dedicated full-size chart table in saloon with chart store cupboard under.
Icom M411 marine VHF with DSC.
Autohelm 6000 autopilot with duplicated control heads (saloon & cockpit)
Raytheon 4 Kw radar scanner, with Pathfinder R70 display unit in saloon helm position.
Raymarine a75 GPS chart-plotter, feeding Neama data to VHF(DSC), radar and Navtex.
Apelco GXL1100 GPS.
Fitted Belkin Neama to USB converter (to feed a not-included PC if desired)
(‘Seatalk’ data bus also available but not currently used)
Sony multiband and short-wave SSB, radio receiver. (working from active antenna)
ECS Nav-4 Navtex. (paper print-out).
Mechanical VDO Sumlog with resettable log counter.
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.

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