2004 Morris Yachts 34
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MABROUKA has been described as the best Morris 34 built to date. That is quite an honor considering the beauty, quality and skilled craftsmanship displayed by the Maine-based builder. She is loaded with options, making this the perfect boat for the couple looking to do some coastal cruising or embark on greater adventures. She was finished in November 2004 and her current owner has maintained her in like-new condition. Morris Yachts struck the perfect balance between modern technology and classic, timeless form - come see Mabrouka today.
- Morris Yachts
- Alameda, CA, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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- C W Paine
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Dimensions & Weight
- 34 ft - 10.36 meter
- 34 ft - 10.36 meter
- 10 ft 5 in - 3.18 meter
- Draft - max:
- 5 ft 2 in - 1.58 meter
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- Dry Weight:
- 11400 lbs
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- Fuel Type:
- 29 (Individual), 29 (combined)
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- Fuel Tank:
- 30 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 70 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 15 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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- Hand laid fiberglass hull.
- Molded deep keel and externally bolted lead ballast.
- Hull is built with continuous E glass laminate throughout.
- Balanced rudder is protected by an integral fiberglass skeg.
- Deck is one-piece cored fiberglass structures with non-skid surfaces.
- Hull is Super Jet Black AwlGrip with white boot stripe and gold cove stripe.
Mabrouka's interior showcases Morris Yachts' world renowned craftsmanship. Cabin bulkheads are satin varnished cherry in contrast with the high gloss varnish finish on the cherry trim, rail-and-stile passage doors, locker doors, and drawer faces. Cane panels accent the sliding doors in the galley for excellent ventilation, while louvered doors enhance the main cabin lockers. The custom, cherry dinette table features an ebony inlay. Gloss varnished cherry curtain valances conceal the curtain track in all cabins. Integral handholds on the inboard upper corners of the forward galley and nav station bulkheads couple functionality with a touch of elegance.
The head, located to port and forward of the main cabin, has Pionite laminate bulkheads with oiled teak trim. A marine toilet with cabinet is outboard, with single shelf and two sliding doors. The sink cabinet has a Corian countertop with a polished stainless steel sink. Fixtures include two stainless steel towel bars and a chrome towel ring.
The forward cabin features a v-berth with shelves outboard at the aft ends of the berths. Storage is located below the berths in two trays and two footlockers, accessed through dropfront doors. A bureau to starboard has a fiddled countertop with a storage locker above and a drawer and locked door below. A full-length cherry-framed mirror is opposite the bureau on the port angled bulkhead. A forepeak storage locker can be accessed through the forward cabin. Additional lighting is provided by one Cantalupi overhead dome light and two Cantalupi swivel reading lights.
The main cabin features an L-shaped dinette to port with pilot berth above. A cherry wood, fixed drop-leaf dining table seats five comfortably, and contains two drawers at the aft end for storage and wine storage through a liftout on top. The ebony inlaid border is a masterful accent on the dining table. The starboard settee has three lockers above the backrest, with a cedar-lined hanging locker located forward of the settee. An Alpine AM/FM stereo and Alpine six-disc CD changer are located above the hanging locker. The port settee extends to transform into a generous berth. The salon settees are fitted with lee cloths to serve as proper sea berths. All cushions are covered in black leather, and the backrest cushions are removable to access outboard storage lockers. Lighting is provided by four Cantalupi swivel reading lights, and two Cantalupi overhead dome lights.
The U-shaped galley is located to port and aft of the dinette. The stainless steel sink above a utility drawers and a storage locker are located behind the dinette, with a storage locker outboard of the sink beneath the countertop. A through-counter knife rack is against the forward galley bulkhead outboard of the sink and a waste basket is located under the sink. A Force 10 two-burner propane stove with oven and broiler is located outboard and aft of the storage locker. The top-loading icebox with Seafrost BD refrigeration is located aft of the stove. An enclosed locker is located at the aft end of the galley for dish storage. Two halogen rod lights provide lighting in the galley.
The forward-facing nav. station is located to starboard, aft of the settee and opposite the galley. The chart table top opens for chart storage, with flush-mounted instruments and electrical panel located outboard. Two drawers and a footlocker with tool tray provide additional storage under the chart table. Additional lighting is provided by a Daniel Smith gooseneck chart light.
A large hanging locker with removable stainless steel rod is aft of the nav. station. A large locker door through the aft bulkhead provides access to the sail locker, while four hooks line the inboard bulkhead of the locker. The entire locker is illuminated by a Cantalupi dome light.
- Teak decking on the cockpit seats, hatches, sole, and side decks.
- Teak cladding on the trunk cabin sides, stopping at the cockpit coaming.
- On deck varnished teak details include coaming cap, eyebrow trim, hand rails on the cabin top, toe rail, winch island caps, instrument pod over the companionway, flag staff, cockpit table, dorade boxes, companionway drop boards, and teak framed screen for the companionway.
- Teak hatch to the propane locker mounted aft of the cockpit.
- Stainless steel bow and stern rails, and stanchions.
- Double wire lifelines port and starboard, with opening gates amidships.
- Stainless steel folding ladder with PVC treads and mounting brackets are located at each gate.
- Two stainless steel cowl vents on varnished teak dorade boxes provide ventilation to the main cabin.
- Stainless steel bow chocks, and cleats fore, aft, and amidships.
- Stainless steel stem fitting with single roller to accommodate a CQR 35-lb. anchor.
Two cockpit hatches to the sail locker.
- Four line hangers are installed in the port sail locker.
- Two Bomar Voyager stainless steel hatches with smoke-colored lenses and removable
screens provide lighting and ventilation to the forward and main cabins.
- Nine Bomar stainless steel opening portlights, four large and five small.
- Tiller steering.
- Ritchie Navigator bulkhead-mounted compass.
- Canvas dodger with stainless steel folding bows; a grab rail along the aft bow is covered in elkhide.
- Canvas cockpit awning connects to the trailing edge of the dodger with the aft end supported by an aluminum pole that is tied to the backstay.
- Canvas cover for dodger.
- Boat cover(covers entire deck).
- Spinlock tiller extension.
- Yanmar 3YM30 29-HP diesel engine with approximately 400 engine hours.
- Drive train is a bronze shaft fitted with a 14" three-blade Maxprop.
- Fuel tank has a capacity of 30 gallons.
Electronics, Communications, & Navigation
- ICOM M-502 VHF marine radio, flush mounted in the nav station.
- Raymarine ST6000 S1 autopilot, with controls mounted in a recess in the starboard cockpit coaming.
- Raymarine ST60 depth, speed and wind displays, mounted in a teak pod over the
- A full-function repeater display is located in the nav station.
- All instruments are interfaced with the GPS, autopilot, and radar.
- Northstar 6000i 10" radar/plotter/GPS mounted in a pod to port under the dodger.
- Northstar 6000i 10" radar/plotter/GPS mounted at the nav station as a repeater.
- The 4 KW radar antenna is mounted to a fixed platform on the mast.
- GPS antenna is mounted on the stern rail.
- 12-volt DC and a 110-volt AC electrical system.
- Mastervolt 12V DC electrical panel has circuit breakers with voltmeter and ammeter.
- DAKAR Combi 12/1500-65 Mastervolt Battery Charger/Inverter
- 110V system has outlets in the galley and at the nav station, with Mastervolt AC panel.
- House battery bank consists of three size 30 gel batteries.
- Mastervolt 90 amp alternator with a three step regulator.
- Optima AGM engine starting battery.
- 110V/30 amp shore power inlet is mounted on the starboard winch island, with a meter and breaker panel installed at the nav station.
- Espar D2 cabin heater with outlets at the nav. station and in the forward cabin.
- Shurflo deck wash pump, with spigot on the foredeck and a diverter valve to allow for fresh water wash down.
- Johnson 2200 electric bilge pump and Whale Titan manual bilge pump.
- Raritan PH II marine toilet in the head.
- Head may be discharged overboard through a seacock or to a 15-gallon waste holding tank.
- Two stainless steel freshwater tanks with total capacity of 70 gallons.
- Six gallon water heater with stainless steel tank and heat exchanger.
Spars and Rigging
- Aluminum mast with single spreader rig.
- LeisureFurl in-boom mainsail furling system.
- Main halyard and furling line led aft on the cabin to an Anderson 40.2 EST electric winch.
- Forespar Yacht Rod vang.
- Harken Unit 1 jib furling system.
- Harken Big Boat track and car.
- Rigging is in place for an asymmetrical spinnaker, including tack line and block, sheet and lead blocks, and spinnaker halyard.
- Primary winches two (2) Anderson 40.2 ST.
- Halyard winches one (1) Anderson 28.2 ST on the mast and one (1) Anderson 40.2 EST on the cabin top.
- Main sheet one (1) Anderson 40.2 ST on the cabin top.
- North Soft Norlam LeisureFurl main.
- North Soft Norlam 110% roller furling genoa.
- North Gennaker
Anchoring & Mooring
- Primary anchor is a polished stainless steel 35-lb. CQR.
- Anchor rode is 25 ft. of galvanized chain and 200 ft. of nylon rope.
- Two Kidde Mariner 10 dry chemical fire extinguishers.
- Four fenders.
- Four nylon docklines.
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.