Possibly the most well kept 34 on the market! Maintained by a seasoned sailor with no holds barred attitude towards proper care and upgrading. It will be very hard to find a nicer one.
Launched in 1987, the Bruce King-designed Pacific Seacraft Ericson 34 proved to be a very popular model among sailors looking for a comfortable cruiser with an emphasis on performance and build quality. Remaining in production until 1996, the yacht was laid up with the celebrated and rigorous standards that made Pacific Seacraft a reference – if not the reference – in the industry. This shoal-draft, wing keeled model looks and feels like a much bigger boat, and her excellent condition reflects light freshwater use, as well as diligent maintenance and numerous upgrades over the years. A masthead sloop, she carries just under 600 square feet of sail; her generous yet safe cockpit allows for easy line handling with excellent visibility, and the primary winches are within reaching distance of the large wheel. Under way she is nimble and fast. Below, the two cabin layout works well, with a dedicated area for navigation and good ventilation throughout. The finish is excellent. The engine was replaced in 2002 with an easily accessible 30-HP Volvo. This capable cruiser ticks all the right boxes and is ready for your inspection on the hard at Larsen Marine.