34 Falmouth Hess - (MON34-0125)
Unlaunched 34 Falmouth Hess for sale in Cape Town, South Africa. Full of character, this 34 foot cruiser is designed for bluewater cruising. She is very capable, offering traditional design lines, bowsprit and good high construction quality.
Asking price R1 800,000
Sloop cutter, Spruce with carbon composite mast and boom, roller-furling unit, stainless steel standing rigging.
Total: 3 - Main with lazy-jacks, Yankee on furler, Staysail - hank on.
Total: 6 - Anderson self-tailing. 2 x No.42 Primaries, 2 x No.28 Coachroof, 2 self-tailing on Mast. Winch handle.
38hp Yanmar 3JH engine, 190L diesel storage in 1 stainless steel tank, 2 batteries, 3-blade fixed prop.
Bulkhead compass. Wiring and distribution board fitting, lighting wire run but no fitted.
Total berths: 5 - 1 Cabin. 1 Double and 3 singles, heads, basin. Teak floor, superbly fitted Teak interior which is strong and robust. Classic finishes with brass opening portlights which together with the large spacious interior gives a light and airy feel. Interior light fittings along with AC plugs have been installed. Installed holding tank with selector valve.
3-Burner cooker with oven, 12V Danfoss fridge/freezer, single stainless steel sink, pressurised hot and cold fresh water system.
450L Water storage in 1 tank, pressurised hot and cold fresh water system - hot from calorifier (offshore power and engine), 3 bilge pumps - 2 manual and 1 electric.
SafetyAnchor with chain and warp, Maxwell 1200W electrical windlass.
Samson post and opening butterfly deck light.
34 Foot Falmouth Hess sailing yacht for sale in Cape Town. The overall length of 34' excludes the bowsprit and bumpkin. The 34 Hess has the interior of a much larger vessel, has good beam and headroom allowing for a very comfortable traditional sailing vessel with a rich pedigree and following. The 34 Hess is purpose designed and built bluewater passage maker. Three months will be required for her completion if purchased as the sail-away option. She is currently 90% complete. This particular vessel is hull number 3 of 6 which were built in South Africa before manufacturing continued on Canada.