The Intercruiser 34 is the flagship of the current range offering traditional styling, superb quality and a Volvo engine. Her design is flawless and she benefits from a large cockpit that accommodates eight people in comfort. Below deck accommodation comprises of two cabins, perfect for a family of four.
The Intercruiser 34 offers it all, island berth in the master cabin, en-suite facilities, spacious galley, large saloon / dinette and stunning woodwork. The cockpit offers a full canopy, an electrically opening engine hatch, and the side decks are wide and safely surrounded by solid rails.
This craft offers the chance to own a flagship model at an unbeatable price.
The accommodation and layout of the Intercruiser 34 from the bow features;
Master cabin forward with an island double bed, a centrally located door leads to the main saloon, to starboard a U shaped sofa is fitted with oval table which lowers to make a double berth. There is a toilet and shower compartment with a spacious L shape galley aft of this. As an option two further single cubby berths can be specified to port and starboard giving a total of six berths if required.
Three steps lead up to the cockpit which has comfortable chairs to port and starboard for the helmsman and co pilot.
Aft of this is the main feature of the boat, the spacious cockpit with an L shaped sofa with a large table, this converts to a great sun bed.
Access to the decks is either via a transom door to the bathing platform or two large steps to port and starboard to the side decks, these are 18" wide and surrounded by sturdy stainless steel guardrails that surround the entire boat. The cockpit is covered by a two section canopy which gives excellent weather protection.
Deck / structure
Sitting room / dinette
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