• Weymouth 34'

    'Stromvadie'

    "Stromvadie" is a very well equipped Weymouth 34', this classic motor cruiser offers comfortable accomodation combined with legendary sea keeping qualities. Her economical crusing performance, sea keeping qualities and comfort makes her an ideal cruiser for the Solent, cross channel trips and beyound.

  • LOA: 34'6" / 10.5m
    LWL: -
    Beam: 11'9" / 3.97m
    Draft: 2'10" / 0.86m
    Year: 1976
    Hull Material: GRP

  • Engines: Twin diesel Yanmar 6LP DTE (250bhp)
    Accom: 6 berths
    Builder: Weymouth
    Designer: John Askham (Nelson 40 designer)
    Location: South Coast
    Price: £65,000

  • For further information
    Please Contact:

    Steve: +44 (0) 780 320 2311
    Harry: +44 (0) 777 868 2909
    info@nelsonyachts.co.uk

  • Accommodation

    6 berths in Vee berth forward cabin, dinette and occasional berths in the wheelhouse. Forward cabin with "V" berths which converts in to a double by way of an infill, storage cupboard and wardrobe.
    Heads compartment with manual toilet, separate pull out shower, hand basin vanity unit, shaving point and teak grating.

    "U" shaped lower dinette to starboard which converts to a double berth, drop down table.

    Galley opposite with an Isotherm fridge, Neptune 2000 oven with 2 burners and grill (new 2017), sink with pressurised hot and cold water system. Pilot gas alarm, storage cupboards and drawers and fire extinguisher.

    Wheelhouse with custom sitting bench and pull out twin berth.


    Eberspacher heating with 7 day timer and outlets to forward cabin, lower dinette and wheelhouse.

    Interior joinery: Teak

    Upholstery: Blue

    Blinds:

    Carpet: Blue

    Canopies: Navy

  • Construction

    Blue GRP hull, deck and superstructure.
    Hull is constructed from hand-laid GRP with "top hat" longitudinal and travverse stiffening.

    Preventative osmosis treatment and Coppercoat applied 2006.

    Teak cockpit and side decks replaced 2006.

    Cabin roof and handrails in teak.

    "D" section black rubbing strake.

    Electrics

    4 x engine and domestic batteries (2020)
    Batteries charged by engine alternators (2020) or 240V battery charger (2013)

    Shorepower connection and cable

    Engines

    Twin Yanmar 6LP DTE (250BHP) Diesel Engines - New 2002/2003
    6 Cylinder

    Cruising speed: 14/16 knots approx.

    Maximum speed: 20/22 knots approx.

    Engine hours run: 470.

    Last serviced: Summer 2020.

    Hurth gearboxes - oil changed summer 2020.

    Starter motor replaced 2020.

    Shaft drive to 4 bladed propellers.

    Rope cutters.

    Cutlass bearings replaced 2014.

    Morse single level controls.

    Deck Equipment

    Anchor to chain and wrap
    Reversible electric anchor windlass with wheelhouse remote control.

  • Nav Equipment

    Plastimo Offshore 95 compass (2010).
    Raymarine electronic compass.

    Autohelm speed indicator.

    Raymarine ST40 depth sounder.

    Navman 7100 VHF DSC (2010).

    Raymarine multifunction chart (2020).

    Garmin 120XL GPS.

    Raymarine smartpilot EVI (2020).

    Furuno radar.

    Lokata navtex.

    Radar reflector.

    Chart table light.

    Safety Equipment

    Navigation lights to International standards.
    Two automatic bilge pumps.

    Three manual bilge pumps.

    Two lifeboys.

    Gas detector (2010).

    Fire Blanket.

    Three manual extinguishers to wheelhouse.

    Other Equipment

    Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions.
    Stainless steel bathing platform with teak insert.

    Wynn pantograph wipers.

    Full framed cockpit canopy.

    Cockpit unframed button cover.

Disclaimer:
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not in any way guaranteed. These particulars are intended as a guide only and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Prospective buyers are advised to check the specification and condition of the vessel for themselves, and where appropriate, at their own expense, to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and sea trial and/or to have an engine trial conducted.