Dehler 34 Top Nova Built 1992 Was £37,950 Now £34,950
1992 Dehler 34 Top Nova Fin Keel £37,950.00 This Dehler 34 Top Nova is a stylish fast cruiser combining race winning performance with good cruising accommodation. “Witchcraft” has been optimised for cruising so has Furlex headsail furling and a 100% battened stackpack mainsail, with recent sails and standing rigging, wheel steering. She is presented in exceptional condition, has been regularly maintained and updated and is the best Dehler 34 Nova we have seen.“Witchcraft” is currently ashore June 2016. Only 2 owners from new.
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The Dehler 34 Top Nova offers 6 berths in 3 cabins with 6' maximum headroom.
V-berth in forepeak with opening hatch to foredeck, overhead lockers and storage beneath berths. Saloon consisting of a central table with folding leaves, single berths to port and starboard with lockers above and beneath. Chart table to starboard facing outboard with instrumentation, electrical panel and various lockers.
Galley area to port equipped with a 3-burner gas cooker with oven, twin stainless steel sinks, 12V fridge and ample storage. Separate heads compartment with marine toilet with recent holding tank, wash basin, opening portlight and hanging locker.
Aft cabin with double berth, two opening port lights and locker. Pressurised hot and cold water supplied to galley sink and heads basin from 90 litre freshwater tank. Grey upholstery. Teak and holly sole boards. Roller blinds and curtains. 4 x Opening portlight hatches in main cabin.
Fractional rigged Bermudan sloop. Silver anodised aluminium alloy mast and boom. Spinnaker pole. Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2014). Terylene and Dyneema running rigging. Slab reefing 100% battened mainsail with lazyjacks and stackpack. Furlex headsail furling system (new 2014). Barton Boom Strut. Genoa tow cars.
Fitted with the upgraded Yanmar 3GM30C 27hp 3-cylinder inboard diesel engine located under companionway. Freshwater cooled. Engine serviced by the owner every 50 hours. Engine hours as at June 2016 1140 hrs. Single lever controls with electric start. Shaft drive to folding 2-bladed Gori propeller with rope cutter. Fuel capacity 60 litres in stainless steel tank.
3 x 12 volt batteries (1 x engine + 2 x domestic) charging from alternator and battery charger. 240v shore power system with ring main, immersion heater and battery charger. Sterling Inverter.
Cast Iron Fin Keel
Dehler 34 Top Nova built in 1992 by Dehler Yachtbau GmbH, Germany to a Van de Stadt design. Light grey GRP hull in immaculate condition – like new, superstructure and decks with grey styling stripes and non-slip deck surfaces. Cast iron fin keel. Wheel steering to elliptical spade rudder. Self-draining cockpit. Been ashore for 6 months every year since 2001.
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