34- Marine Trader 34 Double Cabin in Evansville, IN in Evansville, Indiana

Price: $67,500
Date/Time:05 Jan, 07:55 a.m. EST
Type: Yachts
State: Indiana  City: Evansville  Boat type: Yachts
Yachts in Indiana

This Marine Trader 34 has a classic two-cabin layout. The main salon is bright and airy with a full size door access to starboard at the main helm. Entering the cabin via the teak sliding door, the helm station is forward to starboard. Electronics are mounted on the counter just above the hydraulic steering station as well as along an overhead panel that spans the width of the salon.
To port is a full function galley with a four burner gas range with oven, a stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water and a large under-cabinet 12V refrigerator. High quality teak joinery abounds, accented by custom teak door carvings. Just aft of the helm and galley is a large salon area that spans the width of the yacht. A bench style settee is to port and an L-shaped settee is to starboard. A removable adjustable height table can be lowered to cocktail height or be raised to dining height. Flooring is teak parquet. The floor has three access panels that can be removed for engine access.
Marine Traders are famous for using every available nook and cranny for storage and the 34 Classic is no exception. There is a huge amount of natural light coming through the large windows on all sides of the salon providing panoramic views. Forward, down a few steps, is the guest cabin with ensuite head. The V-berth is large and can easily accommodate two adults. Again, there is an abundance of furniture grade teak everywhere you look. Storage is below the bunks. There are two chromed bronze opening portlights as well as a huge overhead opening hatch for excellent ventilation while at anchor. The ensuite head has a stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressurized water, a shower hose, an opening portlight, and a manual marine head. There is less teak in the head to facilitate a sanitary environment.
Aft of the main salon, again down a few steps, is the spacious owner's cabin. There are two large berths both port and starboard. The port berth is for one person. The starboard berth sleeps two people. Everywhere you look there are drawers, cabinets, nooks, and crannies for storage. There are big opening windows on both port and starboard, excellent headroom and a private hatch aft for access to the stern.
Draft: 3 ft. 6 in.
Beam: 11 ft. 9 in.
Displacement: 17000
Fuel tank capacity: 300
Water tank capacity: 150
Speed max: 14
Standard features: 1990 Marine Trader Accomodations MASTER STATEROOM The owners' cabin on the Marine Trader 34 is a treat. Large, bright, well ventilated and thoughtfully laid out, this space makes for a comforting retreat at the end of the day. Two oversized berths are mirrored to port and starboard. There is storage EVERYWHERE you look. The cabin is down a few steps from the main salon and has its own exit via a companionway hatch aft. There are bookshelves, drawers, and cabinets wherever the designers could find room. There are large vertical sliding windows on both sides of the stateroom. Twin oversized berths both port (single) and starboard (double). Aft companionway hatch and sliding side windows allow for excellent ventilation Abundant storage with drawers, shelves and cabinets GUEST STATEROOM The guest stateroom is forward with a v-berth and private head,there is also a hanging locker to starboard. The overhead hatch offers additional light and airflow.The entire interior is appointed with a beautiful teak parquet sole and trim. 1990 Marine Trader Heads Two heads, one forward ensuite in the guest cabin, the other aft ensuite in the owner's stateroom, are both large and comfortable. Both have chromed bronze opening portlights, recently serviced/refurbished manual marine heads, stainless steel sinks, hot/cold running water, and space for showering. Wall surfaces are a combination of white (easy to clean) Formica with teak accents. Doors to both heads are intricately custom carved with Asian style floral designs. Jabsco PAR 12V Manual Water Pumps (Rebuilt 2017) 12V Macerator Pump PAR Manual Toilets 40 gallon holding tankage Stainless Steel Sinks Shower Facilities Opening Portlights Natural Lighting 1990 Marine Trader Galley Simple and easy to use galley has a full sized four-burner gas cooktop with gas oven. Counter top is Formica with a recessed stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressurized water. The under-counter refrigerator is large and 12V operated. The galley offers a great panoramic view. Tundra 12V Refrigerator Magic Chef Four Burner Gas Range/Oven Combination Magma Stainless Steel Gas Grill for Outdoor Grilling 1990 Marine Trader Helm Twin helm stations with Hynautic H20 Hydraulic Steering Systems help make this vessel easy to operate in any weather. The lower helm spans the width of the salon and offers excellent visibility in all directions. There is abundant counter space for charts. Lower (Electronics are mounted at the helm as well as overhead) Standard Horizon Depth Finder Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF Radio w/RAM Mic Extension at Fly Bridge MASE Generator Control Station Auto-pilot Stern Thruster Cruisair Control Station Compass Cummings Marine Engine Control Station 1990 Marine Trader Bridge Bridge (Fully enclosed) Lowrance Elite 5M Chart plotter Garmin GPS 126 Navigator Humminbird 561 Down Imaging Sonar Raytheon SL70 Pathfinder Radar System Uniden President LTD950 VHF Radio Richie Powerdamp Magnetic Compass 1990 Marine Trader Exterior Tour With classic lines and a beautiful shear, the Marine Trader 34 looks and lives like a noticeably larger yacht. Her side decks are comfortably wide. The bow area is spacious and comfortably available for lounging or anchoring, and docking work. Walking surfaces are molded in non-skid. The bowsprit is large and protected by stainless steel rails. The anchor windlass is in a wide and open configuration for easy access. Moving aft is the stern area with steps to a lounge area and more steps leading up to a huge fly bridge and entertaining deck. The upper helm spans the cabin top and there is bench seating both port and starboard. At the stern a set of dinghy davits attaches to the stern rail. There is an exit to a full width teak swim platform below, just above the waterline. Deck and hull sides are white. Bottom paint is black. The accent stripe is red. There is a minimum of teak on the exterior of the boat, which has all been sealed with resin. The radar mast has a 16 mile range Raytheon Radar dome, navigation lighting, and deck lighting. Power Winch #502 Electric Windlass Vetus 12V Bow Thruster Dinghy Davits on Aft Pulpit 1990 Marine Trader Electrical Standard 12V & 120V systems. 4D 12V Starting Battery (New 6/2014) 8D 12V House Battery (New 6/2014) MASE IS 6.0S 4.8 kW generator Professional Xantrex 40 Amp Battery Charger 1990 Marine Trader Engine Room Accessed via three large opening sections of flooring from the main salon, the engine room is huge and easy to maneuver in. The first thing you'll notice down below is the upgraded Cummins 210 H.P. diesel engine. This is a 55% increase over the standard Ford Lehman 135 H.P. diesel found in nearly all Marine Trader 34 Classics. The first of the many benefits of this upgraded engine is increased fuel economy and a 20% increase in speed through the water. The engine runs quietly at a lower RPM but propels the boat at hull speed with ease. Further, with the engine running slower, wear and tear is greatly reduced. Even with the larger engine, it's easy to get around the engine room. All major systems as well as the stainless steel tanks to port and starboard are easy to access for inspection and service. Cummins 210 HP Fresh Water Cooled Diesel Engine w/4402 engine hours - 8.5 Knot Cruising Speed at 2400 RPM (1.5 Knots Faster than Standard Engine) Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmission Racor primary fuel filtration Bilge Buster Ozone Generator Engine Room Lighting 1990 Marine Trader Disclaimer 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.