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2000 | 34' Little Harbor Motor Yacht for Sale

2000 Little Harbor

34' (10.36m) - Emerson

Built at Little Harbor the year Bain-Willard acquired the company, along with Hinckley Yacht Co, this Little Harbor 34 has been babied since new.


Vessel ID# 2782479      Last Updated: 2021-09-13 11:31:23

$ 199,000 USD

€ 168,507 Euros
€ 251,723 CAD

Description

Built at Little Harbor the year Bain-Willard acquired the company, along with Hinckley Yacht Co, this Little Harbor 34 has been babied since new. Serviced its first 3 seasons by Hinckley, it has been boathouse kept since 2004, and serviced singularly by its meticulous owner at a local yard on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Powered by low-hour Yanmars, this boat has a full array of cruising instruments and has the pleasure of two reverse cycle air conditioners to cool the boat down below decks, and in the cockpit. With very maneuverable jet drives, a shallow draft, and a command view from the helm, this boat is capable of doing it all. The boat is a great weekender, long-term cruiser, or with its wide side decks, easily Great Loop capable.

Conveyed with the sale of this vessel, is a full and complete bottom job before it leaves the yard compliments of the current owner.


Data Sheet

LOA: 34' " (10.36 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 2000

Beam: 12' 5"

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: 2' "

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 1

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: 30 Knots

Cruise Speed: 25 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 300 Gallons (1135.62 Liters)

Fresh Water: 65 Gallons (246.05 Liters)

Holding Tank: 27 Gallons (102.21 Liters)

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MAIN DESCRIPTION

Built at Little Harbor the year Bain-Willard acquired the company, along with Hinckley Yacht Co, this Little Harbor 34 has been babied since new. Serviced its first 3 seasons by Hinckley, it has been boathouse kept since 2004, and serviced singularly by its meticulous owner at a local yard on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Powered by low-hour Yanmars, this boat has a full array of cruising instruments and has the pleasure of two reverse cycle air conditioners to cool the boat down below decks, and in the cockpit. With very maneuverable jet drives, a shallow draft, and a command view from the helm, this boat is capable of doing it all. The boat is a great weekender, long-term cruiser, or with its wide side decks, easily Great Loop capable.

Conveyed with the sale of this vessel, is a full and complete bottom job before it leaves the yard compliments of the current owner.

2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 WALKTHROUGH

Boarding from the swim platform, or from either side of the stern, you step down into a very spacious and comfortable cockpit that has a complete set of cushions. Like the rest of the boat inside and out, the cockpit is trimmed with warm-hued satin teak brightwork. At night the boat has eye-popping courtesy lights throughout the exterior and cockpit. Going forward via the side decks, you have plenty of room to catch/throw a line, or stand alongside in a lock. The foredeck is very open, and with its size could be easily utilized to soak up some sun underway or at the dock. A step up from the rear cockpit brings you to the bridge/helm area. Originally outfitted with a helm chair only to starboard at the helm, a matching captains chair was added to port on the settee. It can be easily removed and the cushions added to the settee for entertaining. The starboard-offset helm has a command view of the boat from stem to stern, and is laid out efficiently for ease of operation. To port, adjacent to the companionway door, is a beautiful teak chart table that could also be used as a serving table for a quick lunch underway. Heading down the teak companionway stairs, you enter the spacious and uncluttered living quarters. Offset to port is the galley complete with electric burners, stainless basin sink, a generous refrigerator, and a microwave. To starboard is the wet head, which has an electric head. Forward of the head and galley, are mirror-image bench settees both port and starboard with storage behind them on the bulkheads. In the bow is the berth, which is full-beam and comfortable with full cushions port, starboard, and the center filler. Overhead of the berth is the forward hatch leading to the foredeck.

2000 LITTLE HARBOR ACCOMMODATIONS

?Emerson,? is a comfortable cruiser with a full-beam berth in the bow that will sleep two comfortably. The salon/galley/head, is well-outfitted as far as soft goods. The boat has a full set of stylish exterior and interior cushions that are in wonderful shape. Aft of the berth are bench style settees that face one another. The head is to starboard contains a large sink, electric head, and a wet-head style shower. All compartments below and at the helm are air conditioned.

2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 SALON

The salon on this Little Harbor is small but pleasant. Surrounded with warm teak and cushions, the hangout part of the salon is comfortable and offers ample space for storage of personal items or safety gear for captain/crew. You?ll find:

- Overhead lighting

- Natural lights via port lights

- Sound system speakers

- Ample storage port and starboard

- 12K BTU Marine Air reverse cycle air conditioner

- Teak and holly deck sole

2000 LITTLE HARBOR GALLEY

The galley aboard ?Emerson,? is offset to port and will easily satisfy the captain/crew and family. Centrally located are:

- 2-burner electric Kenyon stovetop 

- Teak trimmed Norcold refrigerator 

- GE microwave

- Stainless basin sink with upgraded faucet/sprayer

- Storage above and below 

- Overhead lighting

- Natural light via port lights 

- Teak and holly deck sole

2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 HELM/BRIDGE

Emerson?s helm is offset to starboard and offers a stunning view of the full exterior. To port is a captain?s chair that matches the operators. Behind the co-pilot station, which has its own map table, is an L-shaped settee that has a full set of cushions. In the middle of the non-skid bridge deck is engine room access via hatch or by electronic lift. Lights are throughout the bridge with well-marked switches located left of the helm. Located to starboard behind the helm, is a compartment that houses an onboard Norcold cooler/freezer

2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 INSTRUMENTS/ELECTRONICS

- Sea Star hydraulic steering- Morse Controls, separate for both throttle and transmissions

- Yanmar engine management gauges

- Windlass controls 

- Point Pad Spotlight controls for ACR spotlight 

- Bennett Tab controls

- Fireboy indicator panel

- Generator controls/gauges

- Furuno radar controls 

- Northstar 961 Chartplotter

- Engine sync gauge

- Raytheon Fishfinder

- Uniden depth gauge

- Raytheon autopilot 

-12V panel for nav lights at helm

- 12V panel/110 panel for boat systems located at foot of companionway to starboard 

- Xantrex ?Trace? inverter/charger 

- Auto/Manual bilge pumps

- 6.5KW Phasor (Kubota) generator (Professionally Installed 2012)

- 30 Amp shore power

2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 DECK/GROUND TACKLE EQUIPMENT

- Full beam swim/dive platform- Nonskid decks throughout

- Wide side decks with handrails alongside mounted to hardtop 

- Cleats on stern both athwartship and alongside 

- Spring cleats 

- Bow cleats with fairleads port and starboard

- Lewmar vertical electric windlass with foot controls located on starboard bow

- 33LB Bruce Anchor with combination chain/line rode

- Stainless diesel/water/waste fill caps

- Courtesy lights for safety 




2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 ENGINE ROOM/MECHANICAL

- Twin 350 HP Yanmar 6LYA-STE engines- Port SN/Hours- 50828/663

- Stbd SN/Hours- 50826/603

- Racor Secondary Filters

- Yanmar Primary Filters 


Hamilton Marine Jet Units Model 274

- Port SN- 112

- Stbd SN- 113


-Fireboy Fire Suppression System

2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 SAFETY EQUIPMENT

The boat is complete with all USCG required placards and safety gear commensurate with the boat?s size

2000 LITTLE HARBOR 34 EXCLUSIONS

All marine items organic to the boat convey with sale, with the exception/s of the owner/s personal items

DISCLAIMER

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 6LYA-STE
  • Engine Year: 2000
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Jet
  • Power HP: 350.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 663.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 6LYA-STE
  • Engine Year: 2000
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Jet
  • Power HP: 350.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 603.00

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Occoquan Harbor Marina is located in Woodbridge VA on the Occoquan River a short distance down stream from Historic Occoquan VA only 20 minutes by auto to Washington, DC.

Woodbridge is a boating center centrally located west of the Chesapeake Bay with easy access to the many cruising areas of the Chesapeake. Historically Woodbridge played a part in both the Revolutionary War and the Civil War.

Occoquan Harbor Marina is located on the Occoquan River just short cruise to the Potomac River through Belmont Bay. It’s 27 Nautical miles from there to Washington D.C. to the North. Along the way to D.C. you pass George Washington’s Mount Vernon on Dogue Creek, then Fort Hunt on the Virginia shore across from Fort Washington on the Maryland shore at one of the narrowest parts of the Potomac River. Cruising South you’ll pass by Quantico Marine Corps Base, the Nice Bridge, Cobb Island, Colonial Beach and Virginia’s Northern Neck and Southern Maryland on opposing shorelines as you reach to the mouth of the Potomac River at the Chesapeake Bay 80 miles from Occoquan.

Woodbridge is the location of the Potomac Mills Mall, an enormous mall attracting visitors by the bus load for great bargains. Only about one hour by boat from Woodbridge is National Harbor where the MGM Grand is located offering a marina, casino and luxury hotel.



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