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2012 34' Bay City Fab

ListingID: bbc553-17253

Price: $389,000

Model: Catamaran
Vessel Type: POWER
Boat Type: Convertible-Sport Fish
Engine Type: Outboard

 

Hull Material: Aluminum
Engine(s): 2 x 350HP (Yamaha)
Engine Type: Outboard
Fuel: Gas
Location: Port Angeles , WA

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This 34 FT by 14 FT beam boat was built by Bay City Fab in Ventura California. It was designed by Alan Walker of Coast Design in New Zealand. Over the last 18 months it was converted by Lee Shore Boats in Port Angeles to a flat top 6 pack charter boat. Repowered with new 350 Yamaha outboards. The bridge helm was relocated to the cockpit. An independent Foster hydraulic system was added to run the power block on the cockpit davit and the anchor system. A new radar arch, under deck game box and both a port and a starboard cockpit door were added.

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Mechanical Equipment: Twin 2017 350 Yamahas and a 40 HP kicker with power lift were added

 

Galley Equipment: A stainless steel galley, large dinette, microwave, and Fusion radio. An eleven gallon hot water heater was installed to supply water to the galley and the stand up head shower.

 

Electronics and Nav Gear: Electronic were updated with two 12" Simrad chart plotters along with a Icom radio equipped with hailer to support the existing radar and auto pilot.

 

Electrical Systems: For on board power both a new 5KW Kubota diesel generator was added to support the existing 2000 watt invertor. A Webasto heating system was added.

 

Deck and Hull Equipment: An independent Foster hydraulic system powered by an 8 HP Honda was added to run the power block on the cockpit davit and the anchor system. The anchor is reeled with 600 FT of Amsteel and Fortress Anchor. A second davit equipped with a remote control electric winch was built to handle a tender on the roof.

 

Additional Equipment/Features: A fresh coat of paint and non skid decking was added to all outside surfaces including the roof for safety.