VICTORIA 34 (sold) – £36,995

Year: N/A

LOA: 10.44 m

Beam: 3.24 m

Draft: 1.47 m

Construction: GRP

Hull/Keel: Fin



Designed for Victoria Marine by American Chuck Paine, whose cruising boats are always geared towards genuine sea-going, the Victoria 34 has a longish shallow fin keel and a strong skeg-hung rudder. The boats were built to Lloyds specs, with solid GRP hulls and balsa-cored decks. The design continued in production from 1985 to around 2000. Very traditional in appearance (looking almost like a mini version of Paine’s bigger Bowmans), the Victoria 34 was chosen as one of the models bought by the Army as adventure training yachts. They were always expensive boats for their size, and this shows in the quality of the joinery and equipment.


Engine(s) & Electrical:

Yanmar, 3 cylinder, 35hp diesel. Single battery charged from the engine. Solar panels.


Accommodation & Below Deck:

7 berths, curtains, chart table, saloon table, under-berth lockers, sea toilet, wash basin, shower, cooker, gallery, sink, coolbox, refrigerator, hot water, 2 water tanks.


Deck & Canvas:

Sprayhood (new in 2018), sail cover, dodgers, cushions.


Navigation & Safety:

A15 radar, chart plotter, VHF radio, compass, echosounder, wind speed/direction indicator, navigation lights, 2 lifebouys, harnesses, foghorn, gas detector, fire extinguishers, fire blanket, first aid kit, bilge pumps, jackstays.



Viewings are by appointment only. For an instant insurance quote call Euromarine Insurance Services on 01843 603345

The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel, but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Highway Marine Ltd who are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars, and where appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified independent agents to carry out a survey, and/or any mechanical and electrical checks.

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