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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- San Diego, CA
- Hull Material:
- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 79,900
This Ta Shing Panda 34 is absolutely gorgeous and must be seen.
Please contact Master User at (619) 523-1745
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Ta Shing
Designer: Gary Grant
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 34 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
LWL: 28 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Displacement: 16700 lbs
Ballast: 5800 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Total Power: 24 HP
Engine Brand: Universal
Year Built: 1985
Engine Model: M-30
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 24 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (60 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (70 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Refrigerator - 12 volt Adler/Barber
Sea water pump
Deep freezer - 12 volt Adler/Barber
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Deck & Hull
CQR 35b anchor, bow pulpit with rails, side stanchions with lifelines, teak deck, Neptune manual windlass, fenders and lines, navigation lights, stainless steel swim ladder on stern pulpit, macerator pump, spruce on cabin overhead, insulated hull, deck prisms, teak boom gallows, heavy built rub rail with stainless steel cap, salt & fresh water deck wash down.
Deck & hull are hand laminated 24 oz woven roving alternated with 1.5 oz mat fiberglass, to designer specifications. All living areas of the hull are insulated with P.U. foam to reduce condensation. The hull insulation is sealed off with a pair of mat and roving fiberglass.
Balsa wood core material in the deck and house for stiffening, insulation and weight saving properties. Teak decks are standard, bedded in Thiokol or equal. Molded-in nonskid surface on the house top.
Hand laminated 24 oz woven roving alternated with 1.5 oz mat fiberglass, to designer specifications. Balsa wood core material in the deck and house for stiffening, insulation and weight saving properties. Teak decks are standard, bedded in Thiokol or equal. Molded-in nonskid surface on the house top.
Iron, 5,800 pounds, cast in one piece and internally sealed and glassed over to designer specifications.
Mast & Boom
Manufactured in the USA to designer specifications.
Sails & Standing Rigging
Equipped for cruising, aluminum spar stepped on deck, stainless wire standing rigging, roller furling, 3 Dacron sails - main, #2 genoa, staysail. All self-tailing Lewmar winches. Cruising spinnaker.
Accommodations & Layout
Sleeps 2 owners and guests in 1 stateroom, plus 1 dinette and 1 settee berths for a total of 4 berths. The master stateroom is forward with head, shower and double bed. Note also the following features: cushions, dinette, 6' 5" headroom. Complete with a separate stall shower and a quarter berth aft on the starboard side with a forward facing chart table.
Refrigerator with freezer, Dickinson 2 burner propane stove with oven, water heater, pressure water system, microwave, salt and fresh water galley pumps.
12 volt DC, 110 volt AC
Two heavy duty batteries with four position master battery switch. Electrical panel with meters and all necessary circuit breakers. BASS sealed beam bulkhead lights. Four fluorescent indirect lights. Six overhead dome lights. Aqua Signal running lights. 30 amp shore power connector with 120 volt AC outlets throughout the yacht. Red night lights. Hanging locker lights.
The PANDA 34 is the result of the combined efforts of Performance Design Corporation and Developer Bob Berg of Tatoosh Marine. She is designed to follow in the wake of her predecessor (the PANDA 38), and has the same integrity and subtle complexity of the PANDA line.
Limited overhang, cambered house sides and minimal freeboard decrease windage. The fine entry, specific hull shape and carefully developed keel and rudder sections work to decrease drag and enhance helm response without sacrificing the form stability inherent of semi-full keeled configurations. The designed displacement of 16,900 lbs. (including crew and half tanks) and relatively low wetted surface allows for the use of a smaller sail area. These elements coupled with the cutter rig make the use of semi-circular sections forward act to dampen
Opening Port & Hatches
Ten bronze opening ports in the house sides and ends, with the bottom of the ports sloping outboard to drain water from the ports. Teak double opening butterfly hatch over the main cabin. Large opening teak hatch over the forward stateroom. Louvered companionway doors plus teak weather boards.
Laminated bowsprit, bedded into a large teak sampson post. Teak platform with two bronze anchor rollers mounted on top of the bowsprit.
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.
Molded-in wale strip, gelcoated. Molded-in scroll design, port & starboard above the wale strip in the bulwark, at both ends of the yacht. Teak cap rail above the bulwark.
Pedestal wheel steering with stainless steel rimmed steering wheel. Engine controls are mounted on the pedestal, plus wheel brake. Chain/wire steering to the quadrant. Emergency steering tiller.
All winches are Lewmar, chrome plated & self-tailing
- Primary jib sheet winches (2) 44CST
- Staysail sheet winches (2) 16CST
- Main sheet winch 30CST
- Main halyard winch 16CST
- Jib halyard winch 30CST
- Staysail halyard winch 16CST
- Reefing winch 16CST
Two 10" locking winch handles; two 12" locking winch handles
Universal 30, 3 cylinder, 30hp fresh water cooled diesel engine with Hurth V-drive. Flexible engine mounts. 55 amp alternator. Additional RACOR fuel filter in the fuel line. Salt water strainer. Aqua lift type muffler. Foam/lead insulated engine box.
Two stainless steel fresh water tanks, with large inspection plates & baffles. Total water capacity is approximately 120 gallons. Black iron fuel tank, capacity about 70 gallons. All tanks are bonded to the yachts bonding system. One fiberglass holding tank.
PAR pressure water pump. Hot/cold pressure water in the galley and head/shower stall area. Salt water foot pump in the galley. Fresh water foot pumps in the galley and head. Large deep double stainless steel sinks in galley. Manual bilge pump in the cockpit plus electric bilge pump. MOHN single-lever faucets. Hot water heater, 120 volts AC plus heat exchanger for getting hot water from the engine. All hot/cold water is plumbed through nylon reinforced hose. Manual head, plumbed through 'Y' valve for discharge directly into the holding tank or overboard when at sea. Electric shower sump pump with filter.
Teak and spruce cabin sole with built-in dust bin. Solid vertical teak staving on the interior bulkheads. All hanging lockers are lined with camphor wood. Spruce battens against the side of the berth areas and on the outboard side of all exposed book lockers. Formica counters in the galley and marble counter in the head. Laminated beams overhead. The interior is finished with satin varnish finish. All locker doors are louvered teak with laminated teak frames. Four to six inch contoured foam cushions with cloth covers. Teak grates in the cockpit, at the bottom of the companionway stairs and in the shower stall. Wet locker drains into the bilge. Nonskid material recessed into the companionway stairs. Teak main cabin table with hand crafted 'Star-burst' pattern. Stainless steel lined stove well. Foam insulated ice chest with vapor barrier, with two top opening lids plus front opening door.