Name: 34 Motor Yacht
Length: 34
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 300 gals.
Model Years: 1996—1998
Draft: 3'2"
Beam: 13'8"
Water Capacity: 70 gals.
Waste Capacity: 30 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: 36'5"
Mainship engineers went all-out with the 34 Motor Yacht in an effort to create the interior volume of a 40-footer in a 34-foot boat. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a wide beam, this moderately priced family cruiser is aimed at those who want the absolute maximum living space possible in a small motor yacht. Not only are double berths found in both staterooms, but both heads have separate stall showers—no small feat in a boat this size. Not surprisingly, the salon dimensions are very modest, although the wide beam and the absence of wide side decks provides a good deal of width. Note that the engine room, accessed via hatches in the salon sole, is a tight fit. Topside, lounge seating surrounds the center-console helm, and a walk-through in the forward bridge coaming provides easy access to the foredeck. Additional features include an aft deck wet bar, hardtop, molded steps to the bridge and swim platform, molded-in side boarding steps, and a radar arch. No award-winner when it comes to sex appeal (or performance, for that matter), standard 320hp gas inboards cruise the Mainship 34 MY at 15 knots and reach a top speed of 26–27 knots. This was a very popular model for Mainship.


Tall-freeboard miniyacht with with wide 13'8"" beam packs big-boat accommodations in a midsize hull.


Full-beam interior includes double berths in both staterooms, two full heads, cozy salon with convertible settee/dinette, mid-level galley with hardwood floor. Flybridge has bow walk-thru gate for deck access. Small aft deck has wet bar, hardtop. Note convenient port/starboard boarding gates, integral swim platform.


Very popular model for Mainship.


Twin 320hp gas inboards cruise at 15 knots (26–27 knots top).

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