2005 MJM 34z Downeast
"The MJM 34z is a cruising yacht that demonstrates what the breed can be in the best of all worlds... She is the brain child of lifelong boaters who couldn't seem to find what they were looking for in the current market and so designed their own vision of the perfect boat. With an all-star team comprised of naval architect Doug Zurn (the "z" in 34z) and the premier yacht fabricators at Boston Boat Works, the groundwork was laid to build a line of cruising yachts for serious -- but very discerning -- cruising people." ~ BoatTest.com
Feelin' Groovy is a single owner yacht that has been yard maintained in Maine seeing short summer cruising seasons and long winter indoor storage. Well-equipped from the factory with most upgrades including the larger engines Feelin' Groovy is a great example of this model. Recent 2023 upgrades/service include new Raymarine Hybrid Touch multifunction display, Raymarine Quantum2 radar and renewed varnish. Priced to sell, Feelin' Groovy is ready for new adventures.
Hi-tech composite construction under vacuum using an oven post-cured epoxy impregnated, stitched biaxial E-glass/Kevlar/CoreCell laminate painted in Awlgrip. Solid Epoxy GRP centerline keel/backbone and chines with structural grid to minimize damage from grounding and to exceed 2003 CE Mark (ISO) structural standards for Ocean Category A vessels. Modified deep-V, offshore hull design with sharp entry and moderate beam having dual lifting strakes, chine flats, 18-degree transom deadrise and prop pocket for shoal draft operation.
Oven post-cured epoxy impregnated, stitched biaxial E-glass and Baltek aerospace-grade cored laminate. Exceptionally strong molded and gel-coated pilothouse hardtop and fixed side windows. The pilothouse is convertible with StrataGlass pilothouse curtains with Stamoid border. Windows and aft entry door with combo window/screen roll up in place. Also featured:
Pilot Salon Roof
Large wrap-around salon lounge with 5" bolstered Ultraleather cushions and varnished cherry upgraded main salon table with telescoping pedestal. All-cherry forward bulkhead with cherry access doors to large forepeak anchor locker. Other features include:
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