We are proud to label this boat sold. Staying on the Pacific Ocean!!
This 1977 CHB 34 Double Cabin is powered by a single diesel Lehman 120 HP. VERY GOOD FUEL ECONOMY.
The single 120hp Lehman diesel cruises the CHB 34 at 6-7 knots burning just 1.7 - 2 gallons per hour.
The slip at the Huntington Harbor is transferable - $585 per month and is the Closest to Ocean and fuel dock.
Recent Price Drop - Seller wants the boat gone!
**DINGHY w/ Outboard Included!**
INCLUDED FEATURES: (9/17/2014 update)
Portable Honda 1.5KW generator
auxiliary gas can,flags,boat hook,dinghy inflator,dishes etc.
V-Berth forward with head, shower and pull out sink; convertible settee in salon; double and single berths in aft cabin with vacu-flush head/shower and sink. Aft cabin has passageway to the cockpit; salon has a sliding door for easy access to deck.
Included: Newer inflatable included with a 2.5 HP Tohatsu
---MECHANICAL HISTORY/ CONDITION -- NOTE FROM SELLER---
"Engine starts/runs fine. Roughly 150 hours on the rebuilt engine.
Recently purchased two brand new deep cycle marine gel batteries.
All past service work receipts are available on location at showings or final inspection/ water trial."
(Provided by the PowerBoatGuide)
"Imported by Marine Trader, the CHB 34 remains the best-selling small trawler ever sold in the U.S. market. She enjoyed her best years during the 1970s when fuel prices were increasing and powerboats, with their big, fuel-guzzling engines, were out of favor. As the years rolled by, however, aging sailors and retired couples rediscovered the CHB 34, finding much to like in her ease of operation and remarkable fuel economy. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a long, prop-protecting keel, there were several notable updates to the 34 over the years. Prior to 1975 she was built with a plywood house with a fiberglass cloth overlay. Until 1985 the decks were teak-planked and fastened through fiberglass to a balsa sub-deck—a constant source of deck leaks. After 1985 the CHB 34 was constructed with a single-piece fiberglass deck and deckhouse. The flybridge was revised in 1991, and the teak window frames were eliminated in 1992. Belowdecks, the all-teak interior is
arranged with small staterooms fore and aft, two heads, and a deck access door from the aft stateroom to the cockpit. A lower helm is standard."
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