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2008 Bayliner 340

Nanaimo, BC

Description

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Overview

Boat Type

Powerboat

Year

2008

Length

34 ft

Location

Nanaimo, BC

Hull Material

Fiberglass

Boat Name

m/v "Craig's Wake"

Price

CA$105,000

Description

HARD TO FIND Bayliner 340 MODEL, ULTRA LOW 354 HOURS!, CLEAN,  UPGRADED TWIN MAG MPI 350 SEACORE ENGINES (300 HP EACH) AND BRAVO III SEACORE OUTDRIVES..     

The 340 express cruiser that will get you where you want and take the entire family with speed, comfort and style.

> Fully enclosed sun bridge for year round entertaining!

> Separate, private enclosed master stateroom with double berth forward and seating and storage.

> Vacuflush head!

> Galley is nicely laid out and features 2 burner glass cooktop, microwave and 2 x fridges (1 in cockpit!) for extended cruising.

> HUGE Cockpit Layout w/ rotating dual helm seat 

> Kohler 5 Kw. Generator

> RIB Tender package, with cover on davits!

OCTOBER 2021 – HAULED, ENGINES & DRIVES SERVICED, ZINCS, BOTTOM PAINT, AND HULL SIDES WAXED!

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Dimensions

LOA

35 ft

Beam

11.5 ft

Bridge Clearance

10.58 ft

Engines

Number of Engines

2

Total Engine Hours

705

Total Engine Power

600 hp

Engine 1

Make: MerCruiser

Model: 350 MPI (Seacore) Bravo III

Year: 2008

Location: Port

Power: 300|horsepower

Fuel: unleaded

Hours: 354

Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Stainless Steel, Duoprop

Engine 2

Make: MerCruiser

Model: 350 MPI (Seacore) Bravo III

Year: 2008

Location: Starboard

Power: 300|horsepower

Fuel: unleaded

Hours: 351

Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Stainless Steel, Duoprop

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks

1 (40|gallon)

Fuel Tanks

1 (175|gallon)

Holding Tanks

1 (30|gallon)

Boat Description

Featuring

  • Warm Ultra-leather and cherry laminate finish throughout.
  • Carpet, Teak and Holly Sole
  • Private aft cabin w/ full bed featuring storage and settee.
  • Curved seating area in salon – Double berth forward
  • LCD TV supported on pivoting bracket
  • Large cabinets with two-tier countertop located mid-cabin

Galley

  • Solid Surface Countertop
  • SS Sink with Pressure Water
  • In-counter “Origo” Two-Burner “Ceran” Stove Top
  • Atwood 6 Gallon 110 Volt Water Heater (Not used)
  • Norcold 12/120 Volt Fridge/Freezer  – Galley
  • Norcold “Drink” Fridge – Cockpit
  • Tappan Microwave
  • Ample Stowage and Drawer Space

Head

  • Vacuflush Head
  • Fully Molded Vanity & Sink
  • Removable Tab/Showerhead

Electronics & Electrical

  • Digital Sounder
  • Garmin GPS/ Chartplotter/ RADAR
  • VHF Radio
  • LCD TV
  • Jensen AM/FM/CD/MP3 Player
  • Guest Charge Pro 20 AMP Battery Charger
  • 3 x Batteries
  • 30 AMP Shorepower
  • Kohler 5 Kw. Generator w/ Soundshield

Deck Gear & Tender Package

  • Ocean Air RIB tender w/ canvas cover on davits
  • LEHR 5 Hp. Outboard Motor (Propane)
  • Jabsco Search Light with Remote to Helm
  • Delta/Lewmar 6kg all Stainless Steel Anchor
  • 100ft. 5/16″ Galvanized Chain
  • 200ft. 5/8″ Rode
  • Lewmar Vertical Windlass
  • Hot/ Cold Cockpit Shower
  • Bow Sun Pads

Additional Information

What the reviews said!……

“The fun starts in the cockpit — all on one level so there are no steps. That makes the area wide, easy to navigate and roomy for a large day crew or a small travel crew. The helm offers an expansive view all around, and the seat is positioned so flipping up the bolster makes stand-up driving equally comfortable. Swivel the seat back and it joins the cockpit seating circle, which wraps around the cockpit from helm to portside console.

Instrumentation and navigation equipment is laid out efficiently in tiers — all fully visible over the helm and easy to reach from the seat. When we punched the throttle, the engines gave a hearty response, planing out in eight seconds and holding their bite in strong turns. Trim tabs are standard, but we never employed them for our test drive — no need to do so.

In the cabin, we found plenty of headroom for adults and all the homey amenities to make the 340 livable for a weekend or a week. Even the aft cabin has a stand-up entry, making it easy to slip into the queen-size sleeping berth. Efficiency continues in the engine compartment, where roomy access to twin power plants, an optional genset and all plumbing means a minimal effort will be spent in maintenance and more in fun, exactly what Bayliner engineers intended.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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