LUCKY DUCTS is a good looking, able jet boat that has been maintained to the highest standards. Unlike most twin engine boats in this size range, easy and total access via the hydraulically assisted raising bridgedeck sole, has enabled proper regular maintenance to all engines and systems under the cockpit. The layout offers plenty of room for long week end cruising for a couple and two children. The air conditioned, enclosed bridge deck area affords 360 degree visibility and spacious dining for 6. LUCKY DUCTS is a breeze to maneuver in the tightest of quarters, with full joy stick controls and a bow thruster. With a draft of less than 2', LUCKY DUCTS can duck into the most protected and remotest of anchorages, with no worries of snagging that rogue lobster pot in a prop. Perfect for coastal cruising in style. Call today for more information on this ready to go boat.
Please contact Annie Lannigan at (941) 374-3742
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Little Harbor Yachts RI
Designer: Ted Hood Design Group
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Modified Vee
LOA: 34 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 1 ft 10 in
Displacement: 14500 lbs Half Load
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Deadrise: 17 ° at Transom
LUCKY DUCTS has a bright, inviting and versatile interior. Finished in a classic Hereshoff style with varnished teak trim and doors, teak and holly sole, and attractive fabrics. Opening Stainless Steel portlights and opening overhead hatches (all w/ Lewmar Oceanair shades) provide plenty of natural light and ventilation. The galley is to port and features a large Corian countertop, recessed sink, microwave, Norcold dual voltage refrigerator, and plenty of storage. Opposite to starboard is the Head with ensuite shower, Raritan head, Corian countertop/sink, Tankwatch IV monitor and more storage.
Moving forward is the lounging/sleeping quarters. This is an especially functional and versatile area as it can easily be set-up in a variety of configurations including; - A large, open V seating arrangement which can be filled in with cushions to make an enormous V-shaped berth. - Two 'wing' berths can be hinged up to create two smaller upper berths, with the lower large V berth still usable. - A Filler panel can be installed to create completely separate child-sized v-berth with curtain while the large lower v-berth remains usable.
HULL & DECK
Lucky Ducts has non-skid fiberglass decks and cockpit rather than the troublesome and maintenance intensive teak decks seen on most Little Harbors. The only exterior teak is the varnished teak coaming surrounding the cockpit! The cockpit is accessed from the swim platform via the custom transom door. A full width stern seat w/ Sunbrella cushions and cover provides comfortable cockpit seating. Easy care fiberglass cockpit sole, factory stainless rail surrounding the cockpit, and a factory Stamoid bimini make this an unusually usable cockpit. Moving forward to the helmdeck one encounters a spacious L - shaped settee upholstered in off-white Ultraleather facing a teak table, this converts into a berth. The settee provides forward facing seating for the tidy navigation desk to port. The helm station features new electronics and a Stidd helm chair covered in matching Ultraleather. The Jet Stick is mounted to the Stidd’s arm providing a comfortable position to command the boat. The bridgedeck is protected by a factory fiberglass hardtop and glass side enclosure. This is one of only four LH34s built with this feature and it gives the boat a really striking appearance. Opening overhead hatches, center window and side windows provide ventilation. Aft curtains enclosures can be removed for an airy, open feel or zipped up for protection from the weather if needed. Weather covers for companionway hatch, desk, helm seat, table, and helm. Wide side decks and a substantial bow rail ensure safe and secure footing while moving forward on deck. An integral fiberglass bow pulpit with Lewmar windlass, Bruce anchor, chain, and rode.
Raymarine C-120 Color Multifunction Navigation Display, new in 2009
RD218 Raymarine 2kW Radome Radar Scanner, new 2009
Raymarine ST60 Tridata display
Raymarine Fishfinder L470
Hinckley Jet Stick
ICOM VHF IC-M59
Azimuth Digital Compass
Twin Yanmar 6LYA-STE 350hp engines
Borg Warner 72-C Transmissions.
Hamilton 274 Jets
Hydraulic bridgedeck lift to access engines.
Marine Air Systems reverse cycle AC/Heat
SS hot water heater
The Little Harbor WhisperJet 34 features a modern deep-V hull form designed specifically for jet drives. Dead rise angle is 17 degrees at the transom. Each model has a classic hull profile with an aggressive bow overhang and low-profile deck configuration.
A focal point is the large and comfortable cockpit salon featuring an L-shaped settee with casual seating for four and optional deck chairs that can be arranged to accommodate six for dining. The helm area was designed to position all instruments and controls at their optimal location in relation to the helmsman. Electronics enclosures are sized to handle the larger and more sophisticated computer based charting systems, the backbone of modern power boat navigation. A work area is located across from the helm so traditional charts can be used and space has been provided for electronics repeaters of key navigational data.
The interior accommodations are both straightforward and commodious. The owner's stateroom forward includes a large U-berth (as opposed to the typical narrow V-berth) with two 36-inch wide berths that can be converted into a double with a filler piece. LUCKY DUCTS also features a "Child" Berth which is located above the lower U-berth which can accommodate a person of 5' 7".
There is a large hanging locker and numerous drawers and storage lockers. A private owner's head and shower is located to straboard. Further aft, the layout features a large galley to port with cold-plate refrigerator and freezer, propane stove and abundant storage lockers.
The elegant yet functional interior features solid American Cherry trim. The overhead panels are covered with padded fabric and are completely removable. Main bulkhead surfaces are Formica, drawers are solid cherry, and locker doors are Formica with cherry trim. Doors and drawers feature Kroon flush positive-lock latches and roller bearing drawer slides. Cabin soles are varnished teak and holly.
The main engines are surrounded by a carefully engineered, soundproofed compartment, making the raised salon a comfortable, quiet place while underway, even at high speeds. The water jet system is located well aft for easy access via hatches through the aft deck. The water jet configuration eliminates the need for external shafts, props, and rudders, thereby removing a substantial amount of running vibration and allowing one to virtually run right over floating hazards - such as trap buoys - without fouling. The resulting shallow draft also allows one to safely gunkhole shallow waters off-limits to most boats of this size. As a final benefit, the water jet provides superior maneuverability in tight quarters utilizing twin jet configurations.
The hull and deck were built of molded fiberglass using Vinylester resin and foam core. The hull lamination is further reinforced with a Kevlar hybrid to increase collision strength and add stiffness. All fuel tanks are welded aluminum. Structural bulkheads are cored fiberglass bonded to hull and deck. All deck hardware is polished stainless steel. The deck - hull joint features a low maintenance molded rail with optional teak cap that can be varnished or oiled. Decks and cabin tops can be finished with contrasting non-skid. A molded rubrail with stainless striker is provided.
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.
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