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1982 34' Wilbur Flybridge Cruiser
LOA: 34' 4"
LOA: 34' 4"
ENGINE: CATERPILLAR 3208 HOURS 2335
Description:If you have ever wondered about the mystique of “Downeast” boats, why they “look” the way they do then you should investigate the reputation of the Wilbur 34’. The traditional shapes on this elegant boat translate into a powerfully comfortable safe ride in very challenging sea conditions. Downeast hull designs are known for their soft, dry ride. They ride at relatively flat angles at all speed ranges. Moreover, like many private airplanes, their single engine design cuts fuel and maintenance costs in half while also providing a keel that gives the best protection to the propeller and rudder possible.
HULL AND DECK
This solid heavy layed-up fiberglass hull with extensive below water barrier system will provide for many more years of service.
20kg Bruce with 125' 1/4"ht chain
20 lb Danforth with 300' 5/8 line
Teak Swim platform with ladder
Sunbrella canvas for flybridge and aft deck
Raw water wash down in Cockpit
Emergency tiller fabricated
Swim platform with Stainless Steel Ladder and dingy brace
Teak Swim Platform
The galley to port in the salon features ample counter space for a buffet and or charting courses. Plenty of drawer and cabinet storage below.
CNG 3-burner stove top with 2 - 144 Cu. In. fuel tanks
Norcold AC/DC ref/Freezer
Oversize Stainless Steel Sink and Pfister faucets and sprayer.
The large double custom wood salon entry doors join the cockpit as though it were one big open space. To starboard is a dinette with ample seating for 4 adults. Lower station helm seat accommodates two people.
Windows open w/ screens
AC Heat and Air Conditioning
Morse stainless steel engine and transmission controls
Twin Disc MG506 2:1 Ratio
Full instrumentation at upper and lower helms
(3) controls; cockpit, lower helm and flybridge
Stainless steel shaft with (4) blade propeller
Hydraulic steering at all three helms
Racor primary fuel filter
Oil Changing systems -for engine and transmission
4-blade 22 x 22 bronze propeller
Reverse cycle heat/airconditioning
Pressurized water system
This Caterpillar engine passed survey in 2012 with major service reported at 2000hrs.
300 hp Caterpillar 3208T with 2335 hours
Stainless steel shaft
10 knots @5 - 5.5 Gallons per hour
Total Power: 300
Cruising Speed: 12 kts @ 2400 rpm
Max Speed: 15 kts @ 2800 rpm
200 gallons fuel in two aluminum tanks
180 gallons water in three tanks
12 gallon holding tank
10.5 gallon hot water heater
2 VHF radios
2 Depth Sounders
Furuno depth sounder
Clarian AM/FM/CD player with switchable speakers in main cabin, flybridge and bow berth.
Raymarine Autopilot at Upper and Lower stations.
Lowrance Broadband 3G Radar 4/12
Lowrance HDS Gen-2 10" Chart Plotter - 4/12
The duties of collecting solar power, distribution and monitoring are all updated features of this economical to operate vessel.
12 Volt and 110 Volt Systems
30/50 amp dockside Power W/2 Cords
Reverse cycle heat and air
New Battery switches
Xantrex 2000 Watt Pro Watt Sine Wave Inverter
NMEA 0183 and Ethernet Networks on board
NMEA 2000 Network on board
Xantrex Link 2000 Battery Monitoring System
Blue Seas Battery Combiner
125 Watt Solbian High Output Solar Panel
3 New Deka Dominator AGM Model 8G8D batteries
2 bilge pumps
The oversized V-berth is very accommodating for two up to 6’6” height. Custom wood shelving, wood hatch frames and reading lights make this space very pleasing.
Bow berth 1.5" memory foam topper, 5 inch mattress and custom fitted sheets
A Pullman berth with additional hammock and convertible dining area below
Ample drawer, cabinet and hanging locker storage are located throughout.
The seating for two provides command viewing of bow and cockpit.
High back Flybridge Leather Helm seat (Reclining, swivel, lumbar support, elevation)
Bimini top with solar charger
This Wilbur 34 features a galley up, open double bunk berths, head and separate shower to port along with an oversized forward berth all with a Wainscoting headliner. The owner has made significant up dates to electrical charging systems, navigational electronics, recent epoxy barrier system (14 coats) to the hull, and engine exhaust silencer with side thru hull and a stationary trim tab “shingle”.