1988 34′ Wellcraft Gran Sport Asking $9,900.00

Vessel Specifications

Propulsion

  • Engine Make: Merc 454 FWC
  • Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Horse Power: 340hp
  • Hours Port: NA
  • Hours Starboard: NA

Accommodations

Sleeps Six

Two in the mid cabin

Two forward on an island berth

Two on the dinette which converts

The vessel has marine air and heat

 

Galley

Sink

Pressure water

Hot water

Norcold dual voltage refrigerator

Two burner alcohol / electric princess stove

Goldstar Microwave

Ice maker in cockpit

Storage

 

 

Head

Sink

Hand Held Shower

Pressure water

Hot water

Electric head

Storage

Navigation & Electronics

Uniden  Solara DSC VHF

Compass

Engine Synchronizer

Horizon GPS

Nav Lights

Anchor Light

Spot Light

 

 

Electrical &Safety

Onan 6.5 KW Generator No Battery

Two Batteries

C-Charger 2000 Series 30 amp marine battery charger

30 Amp Shore Power

Two Shore Power Cords

Two Bilge pumps

Deck/Hull

Bimini with side curtains

Swim Platform

Bow Pulpit

Anchor

Anchor line

Speed 

Cruise 20 Knots

Top Speed 28 Knots

Weight & Dimensions

Length w/Pulpit………………. 35’5″
Length…………………………… 33’7″
Beam…………………………….. 12’6″
Draft……………………………….. 3’0″
Weight……………………… 13,400#

Hull Type……………….. Modified-V
Deadrise Aft………………………16°

Tanks

Fuel………………………….270 gals.
Water…………………………75 gals.
Waste…………………………25 gals.

 

 

 

 

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.

Contact Us 1988 34 Welcraft

BOAT SPECS

  • Year: 1988
  • Current Price: US $9,900
  • Located in Baltimore, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas

DESCRIPTION

Queen of the Wellcraft fleet when she was introduced in 1984, the 3400 Gran Sport (called the 3400 Express in 1984) combined contemporary 1980’s styling and spacious accommodations at a very competitive price. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a wide 12-foot, 6-inch beam, the chief attraction of the Gran Sport is her expansive, open-plan interior—a feature made possible by the absence of any structural cabin bulkheads. (Note that open-plan floorplans like this have become the norm in recent years.) The interior, updated in 1986, sleeps six: two in the bow stateroom, two on the converted dinette, and two more when the U-shaped settee in the midcabin is converted into a double berth. With her full-service galley, generous salon seating, and roomy head this is a comfortable boat for her size with more elbow space than most 34-footers. In 1988 a bolt-on swim platform was added, and in 1990 the Gran Sport was again updated on the outside with new hull graphics and a stylish white-on-white helm console. Additional features include a cockpit wet bar, full-beam transom seat, radar arch, and integral bow pulpit. A good performer with standard 340hp gas engines, she’ll cruise at 20s (about 28 knots top). The owner has passed away and the boat is being offered for sale by his estate. It is being sold AS-IS