|Estado del barco||Usado|
|Clase de oferta||Vela|
|Material del casco||Fibra de vidrio|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||Dover, Kent, Reino Unido|
|Eslora total||10.54 m|
|Calado máximo||1.68 m|
|Tipo de quilla||Aleta|
|Tipo de motor||Interior|
|Modelo del Motor||30|
|Tipo de transmisión||Transmisión directa|
|Localización del motor||enums.engine-location.center|
|Tipo de Propulsor||3 Cuchilla|
|Materiale de propulsor||Bronce|
|Horas de motor||10|
|Tanques combustible||1 x 200 litros (Acero Inoxidable)|
|Tanques agua dulce||1 x 220 litros (Acero Inoxidable)|
|Forma del casco||Monocasco|
1988 Malo 34
The Malo 34 is medium to heavy displacement blue water cruising yacht of top-end quality. With a long-encapsulated keel and skeg hung rudder and renowned for their heavy weather sailing qualities, this yacht will appeal to those seeking a proper ocean-going yacht. New engine fitted 2020. Viewing highly recommended.
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Mahogany interior, Teak, and Cherry floor. Carpet. Beige upholstery
Forward cabin. Vee berth with infill to make double berth, Hanging locker, Full length shelves, Stowage under berths, Watertight bow collision compartment, reading lights, Mahogany door. Deck hatch.
Main saloon. Sofa berths port and starboard, Port berth is u shaped and sits 6. Saloon table converts to large double by lowering saloon table. Bookshelves and cupboards each side, Storage under each berth. Heated throughout via a Mikuni diesel heating system. Aft of main saloon on port side L shaped galley with a Spinflo Nelson two burner with oven and grill gimbaled cooker and fridge. Double stainless sinks, hot/cold water. Hot water from shore power immersion heater and from engine. Stowage under and above worktops.
Nav table. Desk with chart storage inside, forward facing with upholstered seat and stowage under seat.
Aft cabin. Large berth with infill on port side aft of galley, shelves, and storage. Water tank under berth 220lts stainless steel. Door to main saloon. Marine toilet. Moulded sink. Stowage under sink unit. Companionway to cockpit made up of three easy steps. This hinges back to access front of engine bay and batteries.
Sails and Spars
Rigged as a masthead sloop, anodised keel stepped mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging (year unknown). In mast mainsail reefing, furling headsail.
1 x Mainsail (Dacron, Maxiroach 2010 good condition)
1 x Genoa (Dacron, Arun 2008 good condition)
The Malo 34 is powered by a new Beta 30 three-cylinder 30hp diesel engine professionally fitted in 2020 with approximately 10 hours use, shaft drive to a fixed three bladed propellor with rope cutter. Single lever morse control. 200 litre fuel capacity in a stainless-steel tank. Cutlass bearing changed 2020, Last out of water maintenance November 2020, the boat was copper coated 13 years ago.
3 x 12-volt 85Ah domestic batteries 2019, 1 x 12-volt engine battery. Charging from the engine alternator, shore power connection with 240-volt ring main, fitted with a 12-volt battery charger, immersion heater and galvanic isolator.
- 1 x Anchor (Bruce 15kgs)
- Kedge Anchor 3kgs
- Chain/Warp 30m
- Windlass (manual)
- Cockpit enclosure
- Binnacle cover
- Halyard bags
- Bathing platform
- Boarding ladder
- 6 x Fenders
- Mooring warps
- Dinghy (3D)
- Outboard engine (Honda 2.3hp)
- Depth (Navman 2009)
- Speed/Log (Navman 2009)
- Windspeed/Direction (TackTick)
- VHF Radio (with AIS)
- Handheld VHF (Cobra 2012)
- GPS/Chartplotter (CP300)
- Radar (Furuno)
- Autopilot (Navman G3100 new head 2013)
- Electronic charts (CP300 Channel & Thames)
- Navigation lights
- Masthead light plus anchor
- Selection of paper charts
- 4 x Fire extinguishers
- Fire blanket
- 2 x Jackstays
- 2 x Cockpit harness points
- 2 x Harnesses
- 4 x Lifejackets
- Deck light
- Spotlight (handheld)
- 1 x Horseshoe lifebuoy
- Floating light
- Emergency tiller
- 2 x Bilge pumps (manual & electric)
History and Construction
The Malo 34 built in 1988 by Malo Yachts based on the west coast of Sweden, designed by Olsöners Båtbyggen. Solid GRP laminate below the waterline, with GRP balsa sandwich constructed hull with Kevlar reinforcement to deck and superstructure. Teak laid decks and coach-roof. Last out of water maintenance November 2020, the boat was copper coated 13 years ago.
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