1987 Catalina 34TR
|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
|Location||Boothbay Harbor, ME|
Deep two basin ss sink with h/c tap and 10G hot water tank below. To the right is the deep refrigerator - freezer unit, and on the starboard beam, the 2 burner stove/oven unit.
Miranda is equipped with a Furuno mast-mounted radar unit; the receiver can be plugged in at the coach roof under the dodger. A Standard Horizon chart plotter (portable) is mounted at the helm next to the SH Depth and Wind Indicator/speed instruments. Engine instruments at the starting panel are operational (RPMs, Engine temp., Battery charging status, and fuel level.
MM2 has 3 12v deep cycle batteries installed in 2017. One is dedicated for starting and the other two are the house batteries though they are wired to function in lieu of the other if one system fails.
V-berth with storage cabinets and hanging locker.
Aft cabin for two athwart-ship; private entry door just aft of the galley (stbd side) with sitting/changing area as you enter. Two portlights inboard to cockpit.
Single berths in main cabin on settees port and starboard.
Mast mounted table folds out to either side for dining below. Ciockpit also has a pedestal mounted 4 cup holder as well as a table that can be installed for relaxing in the cockpit.
|Deck and Hull Equipment|
Brightwork refinished in 2017-18. Bottom was soda blasted in 2015 to remove built up paint.
Miranda is fully equipped with docking supplies, up to date flares, PFDs, life sling, and boat hooks (2).
Miranda is protected from the winter elements with a custom made 3-part cover that takes less than 2 hours to install and less to remove.
Asking price includes the 8' inflatable and 5hp Nissan 4stroke outboatd and tank...as well as what may be left of the mooring rental at Boothba Harbor for the 2019 season.
Maxwell Anchor windlass manages the 35# plow anchor on 250' of chain and 3 ply rode. Remote controll is plugged in at the anchor locker when needed.
100 Amp alternator on engine; new on/about 2014.
Inverter and shore power cable.
Lunch hook anchor (22# danforth type) is mounted on the stern rail with dedicated rode.
|Speed and Distance|
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
Coastal cruiser, U.S.C.G Documented vessel, in the water and ready for summer sailing that I'm too occupied to give her--as has progessively been the case in recent years; hence, she's for sale. M.M.2 sails well in a good breeze and has the weight to plow through waves when they kick up. Solo sailing or with others, she is a stable and easy boat to manage. She is a comfortable boat upon which to spend a long weekend or months at a time.
C-34 is designed to sleep four comfor atably in forward and aft cabins while a couple of children could use the main cabin bench seats for overnight berthing. She is rigged with a 130% roller fuled headsail with sunshield and a single reefed partially battened main; all sheets and halyards are controlled from the cockpit. A storm jib may also be hanked on to the baby stay if conditions warrant or if you'd prefer to sail her as a cutter. The suit of sails also includes a symmetical spinniker in sock with pole and sheets. The working sails are semi-new (2010) and with minimal use during the few years MM2 has been in the water since then.
The cockpit is protected with a dodger and bimini that also includes side and spanner sections for when the conditions are exceptionally foul.
The C-34 is furnished with an AM/FM CD player below (speakers also in cockpit), running hot water, shower, two burner gas range with oven and a deep refrigerator/ice chest. Fresh water is supplied via two tanks; 80G main and another 40-50G in stern...the condenser was replaced three years ago.
Fuel tank was "scrubbed" in 2017, injectors were replaced as well.
Cabin cushions are in excellent condition and the cockpit cushions have been recovered.
All inquires welcomed.