Designed by Ted Brewer and Robert Walstrom, the Aloha 34 was built in Canada by Ouyang boat Works until the late 1980s. The Aloha 34 is a comfortable, reasonably fast cruising sailing yacht, very beamy with a long waterline and very generous accommodations. Overall length is 34 feet with a 11 ft beam making comfortable accommodations for up to 6. The interior is traditional with liberal use of teak. A bulkhead mounted fold down dinette leaves the main cabin with ample seating for meals when down and open space when up.
The main cabin has about 67 head room and 6 headroom extends all the way forward into the V-birth. The head has a shower and a teak grating on the sole. The head also has access door from both the main cabin and the forward cabin. Opposite the head is a hanging locker and shelving for storage of clothing. The U-shaped galley to port of the companionway, includes a propane stove with oven, deep stainless steel sink and in counter refrigeration. Opposite, on the starboard side, is a forward facing navigation station with a large working surface and the quarter birth. The companionway stairs can be removed for easy access to the front of the engine, a 27hp Westerbeke diesel. Twelve volt and 110 v systems provide the necessary electrical power. The slotted toe rails are aluminum, grab rails are teak and the spacious T-shaped cockpit contains a shallow locker to starboard, a shallow transom locker and a deep locker to port providing access to the back of the diesel engine , the transmission and the fuel system.
The Aloha 34 is a well designed sturdy vessel and a very comfortable cruising vessel.
Dreamcatcher 2 Inventory
10 opening ports and 3 hatches
Companion way screen
Cabin has a teak interior
Full enclosure with screens in Captains Navy Sunbrella including matching stack pack sail cover and 2 hatch covers
Simpson Lawrence Anchorman Power 700 windlass
Anchor 35 lb CQR type with approximately 200 ft of 5/16 chain
Dinghy davits with block and tackle system
Garhauer outboard motor davit with block and tackle system