Custom "Wesmac" 34 built on the highly regarded Newman 30 hull this boat was lengthened in 1998 by Wesmac. Robustly built and set up as a serious emergency response vessel she could be easily customized to make her more comfortable as a cruising yacht. Single Yanmar 300, bow thruster and many other attractive features.
"A Certified Professional Yacht Broker and Past President of the Yacht Brokers Association of America, Bill holds an Unlimited Master Mariner's License and has over 40 years experience in marine fields. Bill has been a broker with ECYS since 1998.".
Accommodations for two with a 6'-4" V-berth with storage under forward with app 5'-9" headroom. Aft and to port is an enclosed head with Corian counter tops and stainless steel sink with W.C. plumbed via a Y valve to the holding tank. Opposite is a U-Shaped galley with stove, ice chest, Corian counter tops and stainless sink.
The wheel house is left open and affords 6'-2" headroom, Pompanette helm and navigators seats forward. Centerline door opens to the large cockpit which has been fitted with fore and aft facing bench seats with storage under.
Alcohol 2 burner stove
3 Nicor solar ventilator
Heated Wheel house
3 ea Hand Held fire extinguishers
2 V berths
Hot & Cold Water
Electronics & Electrical
Si-Tex T-1041 LCD Color / 4KW Dual Range 32 mile Radar
Raymarine DS600X (LCD Color) Digital Fishfinder
Standard Horizon CP1000C (LCD Color) WAAS/DGPS C-Max Plotter
KVH Azimuth 1000 Digital Electronic Compass
ICOM IC-M72 Handheld VHF
Motorola RAZR V3 handsfree/handheld cellphone
Jensen AM/FM/CD stereo with 4 speakers
Solar Panel Battery Charger
Electric Horn with Fog Mate Timer
Public safety amber/red lights
12 volt Breaker Panel
Bilge Monitor Panel
2 ea 8D House batteries
2 ea 8D Start batteries
110 amp alternator
300 hp fresh water cooled Yanmar 6LP-STE turns a 5 Nibral bladed wheel.
Kobelt engine controls
Spur cutter on shaft
5 electric bilge pumps
1 manual bilge pump
During a sea trial conducted on 12/16/16 the following conditions were noted: Bottom had not been repainted and there was some roughness due to paint build up also barnacle residue on the propeller and shaft that would also have negatively impacted performance. Fuel tanks were full and water tanks empty. The engine is rated for 3800 at wide open throttle when sea trialed new turned 3700 and, in so far as can be determined, no modification to the propeller was ever made. At 31-3200 the vessel ran at 11.1 knots and 13.3 knots at wide open throttle when app 3625 rpm was noted on the tachometer. The engine was not "photo-tached" during the sea trial so there may be some calibration required. Normal pressures and temperatures were noted throughout the speed range.
Hull & Deck
Built on the popular Newman 30 hull this customized Wesmac 34 was stretched in 98/99 by Wesmac in Surry Maine. Fiberglass hull with closed cell foam coring with Vinylester resin in the exterior laminates finished with Grey gel-coat, while somewhat oxidized at this time this could be wet sanded, compounded and brought back to a yacht finish gloss for a nominal amount; the bottom is finished with red epoxy anti- fouling and shows very little build up. White gelcoat finished fiberglass house and decks with grey non-skid painted areas in the cockpit and red synthetic glued nonskid on the side decks.
Electric anchor windlass
All stainless deck hardware
2 Fortress Anchors (10 & 20 lbs)
Mid transom SS safety ladder
Diamond Seaglaze wheelhouse windows and door
16 Life jackets (8 type 1 incl 2 Child, 2 Type II, 2 Type V inflatable)
2 ea Mustang Suits
Life Ring & Throw Rope/Heaving Line
Guest Remote and handheld Spotlights
Flares with H & K launcher
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.