Very well cared for Victoria 34, lovingly sailed by a family for local and cross channel cruising. Great accommodation and can sleep 8 people in 3 double berths and 2 singles. Good sized galley area and a good 6 foot headroom.
Built in 1992 by Victoria Marina to Chuck Payne design for the Chairman of Victoria Yachts, last one to be built in Warsash and still owned by the original owner. These yachts offer great sea keeping capabilities confirmed by the owner who had an additional wing keel designed to help with upwind sailing.
Comes with full cockpit cushions, bimini and a good set of sails which includes a spare main and spinnaker with snuffer, unused. New sails, standing and running rigging in 2012, new mooring lines and new seacocks and hoses (2015).
Tim Brouardstarted his career working for a yacht brokerage commissioning new boats and managing brokerage boats. He then set up his own yacht management company on the Hamble before joining Nicolle Associates.
Tim is an experienced private skipper where in addition to cruising he has introduced owners and clients to the racing circuit with an impressive second in the Round The Island Race.
Tim is a qualified Yachtmaster Offshore and an active member of the Royal Thames Yacht club.
Contact Tim Brouard by email using the link below, or at DDI +44 (0)23 8115 7021, M +44 (0)78 6736 2107 for more details.
Heads compartment with sea toilet, wash basin and shower with sump pump
Galley with gas stove, microwave, coolbox, sink and stowage
240v 3 pin plugs
2 x anchors with chain/warp
Ensign and staff
4 life jackets
Electric bilge pump
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