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Although shes been out of production for many years, the Tollycraft 34 Tri-Cabin remains one of the more desirable small aft-cabin cruisers to be found on the used market. Her traditional lines are somewhat trawler-like, and at 17,000 pounds, shes a heavy boat for her size. Tollycraft designers managed to pack a lot of living space inside the 34, including two heads, a complete lower helm station (with a convenient deck access door), and even some useful storage space. Large salon windows provide an abundance of natural lighting, and visibility from the lower helm is very good. Note that early models had twin single berths in the aft cabin; a double berth finally became standard in 1982. Also, an all-teak interior was introduced in 1984a big improvement over the teak-grain mica veneers of earlier years. Safety railings provide extra security around the aft deck, and theres seating on the flybridge for four. Additional features include full walkaround side decks, a compact but well-arranged engine room, and a swim platform. With twin 270hp gas engines, the 34 Tri-Cabin will cruise at 1718 knots with a top speed in the mid 20s.