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A boat that is sleek and fun, with all the amenities you'd find in a weekend beach cottage. This boat is an excellent value and will have you on the water for the warm weather! Recently serviced. Asking $41,000 Ask Mik about this one.
Length: 32', LOA: 34' 9"
Beam: 11' 6"
Weight: 10,800 lbs.
15.75° transom deadrise
Power: (2) 5.7 L Mercruisers w/ Bravo II Drives (250HP X 2)
Fuel: 186 Gallons
Water: 36 Gallons
Holding: 30 Gallons
Speed: just over 37 mph (reported) with three people aboard and a full fuel load.
Cruising speed of 25 mph at 3000 rpm, (reported) 1.6-mile-per-gallon fuel burn.
The galley is to port, with an angled counter backed up by an upper level counter for storage. The Norcold AC/DC refrigerator/freezer is tucked under the counter, a microwave is built into the cabinetry, and an Origo alcohol/110-volt stove has a glass cover for added counter area when not in use. The double stainless-steel sink with arched faucet makes cleaning easy, and there's plenty of locker space for dishes, glassware and utensils
Forward is an 'island' double berth with opening hatch and port windows Opposite the galley is a raised dinette which, if you're forced to carry a third couple, converts to a double berth. Forward is a large five-sided berth (with an immense storage bin underneath) and privacy is achieved by solid accordion doors that partition off the area. The enclosed head, opposite the companionway stairs, is entirely molded in fiberglass for easy cleaning. A built-in vanity with counter, large storage cabinet, and a shower provide all the necessities. Tucked under the raised helm area is an aft cabin, which doubles as a den by day with a pair of couches and a table. By night, however, it converts to a spacious double berth separated by a folding door for privacy. With a large opening port facing the cockpit, there's no shortage of light and air, making this a useful guest or children's cabin
Depth sounder and VHF radio
Hot and cold pressurized water
110-volt AC shore power
Bennett trim tabs