1988 Silverton 34 Convertible Asking $19,900.00

Vessel Specifications

Propulsion

  • Engine Make: Crusaders 350cui fwc
  • Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Gas 
  • Horse Power: 270hp
  • Hours Port: 1155
  • Hours Starboard:1155

Accommodations

Sleeps Six

Two forward in a private stateroom with a berth off to one side

Two on the dinette which converts

Two on the sofa which pulls out

Hebasto 16,000 BTU a/c (2016)

Galley

Norcold Dual voltage refrigerator

Kenyon two burner alcohol/electric stove top

Sink

Pressure water 

Hot water

Storage 

Head

Sea Land Travelers 

Stall Showers

Sink

Pressure water

Hot water

Storage

Navigation & Electronics

Garmin echo Map 74DV Fish Finder

Kenwood KCD118 Stereo

Westinghouse TV

Nav lights

Anchor light

Docking Lights

Trim Tabs

Electrical & Safety

Dual 30 amp shore power

Two power cords 

Three Batteries

Mastervolt battery charger

Life jackets

Throwable

Fire extinguisher

Fog Bell

Halon

Smoke detector

Deck/Hull

Bridge enclosure

Swim platform

Swim ladder

Bow pulpit

Windlass

Anchor

Anchor line

Dock Lines

Fenders

Speed 

Crusader
270hp gas engines cruise at 16–18 knots (mid to high 20s top).

Weight & Dimensions

Length…………………………… 34’0″
Beam…………………………….. 12’6″
Draft……………………………….. 3’1″
Weight……………………… 12,500#
Clearance………………………. 13’3″

Tanks

Fuel………………………….250 gals.
Water…………………………40 gals.
Waste…………………………20 gals.
Hull Type……………….. Modified-V
Deadrise Aft………………………15°

 

 

 

 

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 Silverton 34 Convertibale

  • Year: 1988
  • Current Price: US $19,900
  • Located in Baltimore, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas

DESCRIPTION

Priced to sell, The top-selling boat in her class during most of the 1980s, the Silverton 34 Convertible pictured above is an updated version of the original Silverton 34 Convertible produced in 1978–82. Like so many Silverton models before or since, the 34’s super-competitive price was her most compelling feature and she quickly became known as a lot of boat for the money. Built on the same solid fiberglass hull as her predecessor, a choice of galley-down interiors was available, one with a double berth in the forward stateroom and the other with V-berths. A lower helm was a popular option, and large wraparound windows admit tons of natural lighting throughout the salon and galley areas. While the Silverton 34 was an inexpensive boat with low-cost furnishings and so-so fit and finish, there’s much to admire in her efficient use of space and her impressive list of standard equipment. The cockpit is large enough for occasional fishing adventures, and seating for four is provided on the flybridge. Additional features include a roomy engine room, wide side decks, bow pulpit, and teak interior accents. Crusader 270hp gas engines cruise at 16–18 knots (mid to high 20s top)..