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1985 Californian 34 Fast Trawler
A take-off on the Grand Banks 32, the Californian is considerably faster and less of a roller. How does a 16 knot cruising speed at 9 gph suit you? Not your typical trawler indeed! One of just five built in this configuration in 1985 (per manufacturer).
Seller has two recent appraisals in excess of asking price.
Dinghy not included
* Roomy * Comfortable * Sea-friendly * Fuel-miserly * Made in the USA
5 year's Coast Guard inspections on board
Designed and manufacture supervised by Jules Marshall while employed at Wellcraft.
All hoses replaced Both cutlass bearing replaced Both impellers replaced Uses Cat-EC-1 coolant Both Twin-Disc screens cleaned Engine valves adjusted Engine water pumps replaced Engine never overheated Engine heads never removed Raycor fuel filters Risers replaced 2-7-11 Drive belts replaced Two new temperature gauges & one sender
Anchor windless will not operate
there are two emergency bilge pumps on the main engines salt water impellers
Engines will keep running with bilge flooded batteries due to a special wired celinoid switch
There is a plumbing system which you can flush engines with fresh water before leaving
for an extended time.
These items are not on many boats
3208-n engines are naturals, not turbos which will go over ten thousand hours with out a major overhaul
Please call any time for another look or sea trial