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1973 Grampian G2-34

Listing ID3016861
Sale Price$22,750 USD [ Convert To CAD ]
Seller POP Yachts
StatusAvailable
ConditionUsed
Category Cruiser Racer Sailboats
Year1973
Make Grampian
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ModelG2-34
Located Seaford, Virginia, US
Stock Number234013
Length34ft / 10.36 m
Beam10ft / 3.05 m
Engine MakeUniversal
Engine ModelAtomic 4
Engine TypeInboard
Engine HP38
FuelUnleaded
HullFiberglass
Weight12000

- Stock #234013 -

Center Cockpit sloop, all wiring, plumbing and power replaced!

Grampian 34 center cockpit sloop G2-34

Grampian is an Oakville, Ontario Canadian company with a plant in NC
Grampian Yachts were named after the Grampian Mountains of Scotland.

A Charles Angle/Axel Schmidt design, the Grampian G2-34 is a roomy, long-range cruising yacht. The center cockpit provides a smooth, dry ride in rough weather and allows a private aft cabin for the owners of the ship. When Grampian went out of business in 1977, the molds for the 34-2 were sold, and a few more were built as the SEAFORTH 34. Owners Group: http://www.grampianowners.com/
The Grampian Story: https://youtu.be/KjEY8Z42YlYG2-34

The Grampian G2-34 is a perfect sailboat for the bay or coastal cruising. The mast is stepped on the cabin roof with a support pillar in the cabin. This is a very seaworthy design with a fin keel, skeg rudder, and 5170 lbs. of enclosed ballast.

The double cabin design allows for cruising with kids or another couple. The front V-berths are kid-sized. Lots of storage space all throughout the boat, the hull is insulated with closed-cell foam panels. The dinette converts into a double berth. It has a relatively new 120 Genoa and the original jib. The main is rigged with 2 reef points and what appears to be an unused storm jib. With these and the heavy-duty rigging, you are ready for some stormy weather!

The hull has been refinished, blisters repaired. 2 years ago the owner installed new wiring, lighting, plumbing, rigging, tanks (gas/waste/water), and batteries. Solid mechanically but could still use some cosmetic updates on the interior. It's ready to sail. Comes with an excellent Genoa, fair main (1-2 seasons left), like new storm jib. Full perimeter toe rail with holes for lines or blocks. Stern boarding ladder.

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ConditionThe boat needs a good scrubbing, the Gelcoat is in good shape, no chalking noticed. The owner fixed a couple of soft spots in the cabin roof. Per the seller, the deck feels sturdy. The running gear is 2 years old and in very good shape. The seller asserts this boat is that you can go sailing in it right away, with no major issues. All of the things that need to be replaced and updated on a boat this age has been done. The current owner has put a lot of work into rejuvenating the interior with fresh paint, new cushions covers, and other details.

Navigational Equipment - Compass
- Masthead Light:
- Navigation Lights
- VHF
- VHF Antenna

Mechanical - Bilge Blower
- Bilge Pump
- Carbureted
- Engine Flush
- Holding Tanks
- Number Of Eng Cylinders (4)
- Number Of Fuel Tanks (1)
- Throttle/shift: Mech

Electrical Systems - Battery Switch
- Battery Tender
- Bluetooth
- Circuit Breaker Panel
- Courtesy Lights
- Docking Lights
- Fuse Panel
- Hour Meter
- Number Of Batteries (3)
- Stereo
- Storage Locker Lights
- Tachometer
- Volt Meter
- Fuel Gauge

Accommodations - Cabin Lighting
- Cabinets
- Dinette
- Hanging Locker
- Head
- Ice Box
- Pressurized Water System
- Salon
- Settee
- Shower
- Sink - Cabin
- Stateroom - Aft
- Stove / Oven
- V Berth
- Wet Locker

Construction - Bottom Paint Antifouling

Deck Gear - Anchor (2)
- Anchor Locker
- Anchor Rode
- Cleats - Fixed
- Rub Rails
- Sea Cocks
- Self Bailing Cockpit
- Spreader Lights
- Steering Wheel
- Swim Ladder
- Toe Rail
- Windlass
- Bench Seat
- Bimini
- Bow Pulpit
- Bow Rail
- Built-in Cooler
- Cockpit Seating

Safety Equipment - Carbon Monoxide Detector
- Grab Rails
- Life Sling
- Owner's Manual
- Sump Pump
- Yacht Certified

Sails - Covers - Sail
- Downhaul
- Genoa
- Reefing Mainsail
- Storm Jib

Rigging - Backstay
- Blocks
- Boom
- Chain Plates
- Forestay
- Lifelines
- Mast
- Sloop Rig
- Standing Rigging
- Traveler
- Whisker Pole
- Winches - Manual