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The 34 Sundeck Cruiser was introduced in 1986 as a replacement for Tollycrafts aging 34 Tri-Cabin. Built on an efficient, modified-V hull with moderate beam and a shallow keel, the crisp styling of the 34 Sundeck has held up well over the years, and she remains a handsome boat today. Below deck, the interior is arranged with a double berth in the aft stateroom and V-berths in the bow stateroom. A very large hanging locker is opposite the forward head, and theres a convenient deck access door at the lower helm station. The grain-matched teak joinery found throughout the Tollycraft 34 is very well crafted, and large panoramic cabin windows provide plenty of natural lighting in the salon. Topside, the aft deck is large enough for a couple of folding chairs. Additional features include a full-width aft deck, radar arch, bow pulpit, and a roomy flybridge with guest seating aft of the helm. Built on the then-new Quadra-Lift hull, the Tollycraft 34 Sundeck is no lightweight at 17,000 pounds. Shell cruise at 18 knots with 350hp gas engines and reach a top speed in the mid to high 20s.