Name: 34 Sport Sedan
Length: 34'2"
Hull Type: --
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 200/300 gals.
Model Years: 1974—1984
Draft: 2'9"
Beam: 11'11"
Water Capacity: 100 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Uniflite 34 was introduced in 1974 in two model configurations: A Tournament Fisherman model with the helm aft on the bridge (pictured above) and extra fuel capacity (300 gallons); and the Sport Sedan model with the helm console forward on the bridge. She was built on a solid fiberglass modified-V hull with a moderate 11'11"" beam, well-flared bow, and a shallow keel for directional stability. Below, the single-stateroom floorplan features a stall shower in the head, a roomy galley area with good counter space, and berths for six when the dinette and salon settee are converted. Teak paneling and cabinets are used throughout the interior, and an inside helm was a popular option. The cockpit dimensions are generous for a 34-footer, but the flybridge is small by modern standards. In a notable update, the original sliding glass salon doors were replaced in 1977 with a single hinged door. Additional features include flybridge guest seating, relatively wide side decks, and sliding glass cabin windows. With standard big-block Crusader gas engines, the Uniflite 34 Sedan will cruise around 20 knots and reach 28–30 knots at full throttle.

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