1986 FAST YACHTS 345 SAILBOAT
St. Augustine, FL
Interactive Virtual Tour inside and out of the boat available upon request.
Excellent performance cruiser with large aft Cabin,
L: 34.5 ft B: 11.0 ft D: 6 ft.
Originally designed by Ron Holland (noted designer of numerous famous boats including America's Cup boats and Swan sailboats) for Camper and Nicholson as the C&N 345. Built in Sao Paolo, Brazil under the supervision of C&N engineers by Fast Yachts.
Constructed of vacuum bagged fiberglass with beautiful ash and teak interior.
All the way forward is a conventional V-berth with storage underneath.
Next aft is a full width, fiberglass lined head compartment with Raritan electric toilet, pressure water, Whale sink pump, hot and cold, to shower and sink.
On both port and starboard sides are 6'6" settees with a fold down teak table and storage lockers and shelves above. Below these are the tanks, 40 gallons of water, 40 gallons of diesel. Headroom in the salon is an incredible 6'5".
On the starboard side is the galley with ENO propane 3 burner stove with oven, a large ice box, and sink.
On the port side is a sit-down navigation station with desk. Xantec inverter/charger is located under the seat and you will also find the VHF radio and stereo with Bluetooth and app control.
Aft is an incredible aft cabin with sitting headroom and a large full size berth.
The 345 is the only yacht I know of 34' ish to have over 6 feet of headroom in the saloon - on the center line, in the area directly in front of the engine box, the headroom is all of 6'7". This is thanks to the high free board, which appears to be a Ron Holland trademark of that era.
Complete history of the previous owners, as well as various service documents for the boat - including a personal letter from the original owners who commissioned the boat to the tune of $106,000 USD in 1986.