This Sealine S34 sports cruiser is one of the finest examples of its kind on the market. The vessel has been meticulously maintained by the previous owners who is a mechanical engineer. These much sought after vessels offer a layout that is second to none, with a spacious cockpit and accommodation.

In terms of the layout, the cockpit has a double helm seat and offers ample seating with a social layout. There is also the benefit of a new Waeco 12v fridge, sink area, outdoor shower and boarding ladder along with blue LED underwater lighting.

Internally the vessel has been fitted out with a beautiful cherry interior with upgraded flooring. There is white and blue LED lighting throughout. The vessel has an Eberspacher blow air diesel heating system. The galley has a stainless steel sink with mixer taps, 2 burner gas cooker, Waeco fridge and ample storage. The saloon offers seating for several people and also converts into a double bed. The forward cabin has a large double berth with storage cupboards, wardrobe, opening windows and houdini hatch. The mid cabin has 2 single berths that can be converted into a double with a seating area, cupboard space and another wardrobe. The bathroom is accessible from the saloon and there is ensuite access from the main cabin, it contains a Jabsco electric sea toilet, basin providing hot and cold water, vanity unit and a shower.

The extensive navigation equipment includes a Raymarine chart plotter with radar, Raymarine depth and speed finder, Raymarine VHF, navigation lights and Richie compass. Other equipments includes a Delta anchor, inflatable dinghy with outboard engine, Sony stereo system, smart TV with sound bar. The propulsion is provided by twin Volvo Penta KAD32 170hp diesel engines that have covered less that 400 hours. The cruising speed is approximately 24 knots with a maximum speed of 30 knots. There are Duo Prop sterndrives with power trim and tilt, turbo and super chargers along with a bow thruster.

The vessel was surveyed in 2018 and the surveyors comments where that the vessel was one of the cleanest and well maintained Sealine S34’s that he had come across. This year the vessel has been anti-fouled, had new props and anodes, along with having a mop and polish. Engines fully serviced August 2018.