1985 Clearwater Marine Coast 34 located in Outside United States for sale

34' Clearwater Marine Coast 34

Outside United States

Description: 1985 (launched 1988) Coast 34 cutter sailboat. Well equipped and ready to sail to Fiji, Tonga, Australia, and beyond.

We bought Ladybug II in Mexico in 2009 and sailed her from Mexico to New Zealand in 2012. Since then we have cruised her in Fiji and New Caledonia as well as the North Island of New Zealand.

Ladybug is currently located near Whangarei on New Zealand's beautiful North Island. Within 10 days sail of here lie Fiji, Tonga, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, and Australia. If you are located outside of New Zealand, there is no duty or tax to pay on the boat (the transaction would be processed in Canada). Our asking price if we sell the boat this way is $59,000. If you live in New Zealand, NZ sales tax and duty will be added to the price we agree upon.

Description (cont under equipment)


Banks Main - heavy duty with 3 reefs - good condition
Banks 145 genoa - approx 12 years old - good condition
120 genoa - original (?) - fair condition
Staysail - very good condition
Storm staysail - little used
Banks cruising spinnaker and ATN dousing sock - excellent condition


Custom tall rig (about 1 meter taller than original)
Spars - aluminum painted with cream polyurethane
2 spreaders
Profurl furler
Norseman fittings on all lower ends of shrouds and stays, swages on upper ends.
Forestay has Norseman fittings on both ends for easy replacement.
Double lifelines (uncovered stainless with swages and pelican hooks)

Hatches & Ports

Lewmar hatches
3 fore-hatches - one in heads, one over V berth, one in passageway)
Main hatch has sea hood and locks closed for safety at sea.
4 stainless dorade vents

11 Stainless opening portlights (10 large and one medium)


Anderson stainless 46 self tailing for jib sheets
Various Anderson and Lewmar stainless winches for mainsheet (self tailing), main halyard (self tailing) and other halyards.
Garhauer solid boom vang, traveller, and main sheet blocks

Equipment: Anchors and lines
45 lb CQR - main anchor on reinforced bow roller - 200 feet 5/16" chain 100 feet nylon rode
45 lb Claw - spare in cockpit locker
25 lb Claw lunch hook on double bow roller
Fortess FX-16 aluminum allow stern hook with chain and rode in aft locker
Extra chain and rode
Much spare line for back-up halyards and sheets

Life jackets
Flares (not in service)
Life raft - 4 man Viking in valise - requires servicing
Fire extinguishers
Propane sniffer and solenoid
Bilge pumps - manual electric
Throw line
Air horn


Custom tiller (laminated wood)
Monitor windvane
ST2000 tiller pilot and two spares (one functional, one for parts)
Deep port cockpit locker
Shallow starboard locker for lines
Separate propane locker holds 2 X 10lb tanks (3 aluminum tanks on board)
Custom swim ladder welded to windvane frame

Yanmar 3GM
Freshwater cooled
Hours on meter - approx 1000
Estimate - 3000 hours total
Never failed to start and runs well
Maxprop folding propellor
Racor fuel filter


Garmin plotting colour GPS (small)
Standard Horizon AIS VHF radio
Large bulkhead mounted compass
ICOM 700 Pro SSB/HAM radio with ICOM tuner and insulated back stay antenna
Pactor IIe Modem with USP/Serial adapter and cables
Raymarine Pathfinder 24 NM LCD radar

Professionally rewired with large Blue Sky panel and additional Bluesky sub-panels
3 Trojan AGM batteries (approx 300 amp hours total)
4 solar panels (2 X 85 watt mounted on rail, 2 X 45 watt mounted on dodger) controlled by PPT controller
Balmar 80 AMP externally regulated alternator and Xantrex smart regulator
2 spare Hitachi internally regulated alternators (wiring has been set up to easily retrograde if needed)
Link 20 battery monitor
3 Alpenglow efficient fluorescent lights (teak) with red LED for night use
Fluorescent double light over galley
LED tricolour and anchor lights
Standard running and steaming lights

Total electrical budget including fridge, autopilot, lights, and instruments is usually handled entirely by solar panels with a rare top up from the high output alternator if a long period of cloudy weather is experienced.

Charts and Guides
Paper charts and guides for various Pacific islands.
Good sized chart table with storage under

Jabsco toilet
13 gallon holding tank with Y valve and pump out/overboard discharge
shower sump


Gimballed Force 10 - 3 burner propane with oven and grill.
2 deep stainless sinks, whale foot pumps connected to separate 35 gallon water tanks (port and starboard under settees)
Adler Barbour fridge - box is just under 2 cubic foot & very well insulated - draws just 12-24 amp hours/day depending on ambient temp when run as a fridge. Compressor is in cockpit locker.
Village Marine Little Wonder DC water maker - approx 6 gph drawing 14 amps. Unused membrane, unit is currently disassembled.
Dickenson Propane heater (not currently connected to tank)

Ample counter space and storage for long term cruising.


Large forward cabin V-berth (approx 7 feet by 7 feet) with 2" foam mattress cover and hanging locker
Settee berth with lee cloth
Double size quarter berth (48 inches wide at head) with own opening port light

Fixed table seats 4 comfortably or 6 in a pinch, storage for manuals an books under
U-shaped settee with storage above in lockers and behind and under cushions.

Location: New Zealand, Outside United States


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