Inboard express cruiser 34

inboard express cruiser
inboard express cruiser
inboard express cruiser
inboard express cruiser
inboard express cruiser
inboard express cruiser
inboard express cruiser
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Motor type
Deck layout
hard-top, wheelhouse
Intended use
Below-deck configuration
2-cabin, 6-berth
Deck features

10.8 m (35'05")


Timeless design, bespoke attention to details, high quality materials and usability are features that makes Seafaring 34 exceptionally well perceived among our customers, nautical journalists and professionals. With the Seafaring 34 we wanted to achieve combination between comfort and speed. The hull was specialy designed to cruise slowly, with low consumption, but when it is needed, you can speed up to 24 knots. Before we went into the construction of the hull, we made a tank tests, so we know how the boat reacts. Seafaring 34 is build with the advanced technology, we made a drive train optimization and on just 34 feet we achieved true „mini“ super yacht comfort and spaciousness. Baby 44“, how we first called Seafaring 34, can boast with a 360 degree pilot house. The salon is made similar as the Seafaring 44, consisting of an aluminum cage and glass surfaces all around. Seafaring 34 also boasts two side exits and a large rear door, which can be fully opened, thereby combining the lounge with a spacious cockpit. Every inch of interior has been carefully thought out to maximize the usability and comfort for you and your guests. Each of the cabins are light, airy and naturally ventilated with lots of glazing and opening windows. A lot of thought has been put into storage places and materials have been meticulously chosen to the highest standards. The overall design is modern, functional, with lots of storage and clever features that will delight you and you’re your guests.


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