We've been waiting for this one! - "Thalia" - A 1990 ERICSON 34 - ONE OWNER - Bought new at the 1990 Vancouver Boat Show....
An exceptionally highly-regarded design from the board of the renowned Architect Bruce King with high-quality build by Ericson Yachts. A handsome, high-quality, well-rounded yacht that can be cruised, raced or sailed for fun..... What more does anyone need in a sailboat? Well-respected as a cruiser/racer with a good turn of speed, crisp maneuverability, strength, and fantastic sea-keeping qualities whilst retaining comfortable cruising.
> Hauled August 2020
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> HUGE Layout In Warm Teak
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> Espar Diesel Heating
> Single Handed Set-up and more....
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On entering the cabin,the inviting and warm teak and holly interior looks great and feels warm and comfortable. The galley to starboard is compact and functional with everything you need.
Aft to port, the master stateroom features a large double berth aft, hanging locker and plenty of storage. The head, with shower, is conveniently located aft to port.
In the salon the L-shaped dinette to port and the generous settee to starboard provide comfortable seating for a crowd or a great place for comfortable lounging. The drop-leaf table provides plenty of dining space or drops out of the way for easy access around the cabin.
Forward, the generous v-berth sleeps two and includes plenty of storage in two ahnging lockers.
All sail controls is from the cockpit with a full complement of clutches and winches.
Inboard and outboard genoa tracks for full sail control
Whisker pole with stanchion mounts
The Ericson 34's (built between 1987 and 1996) have been highly regarded. She's a terrific sailing boat for both cruising and club racing. In the words of John Kretschmer in his April, 2011 review of the boat for Sailing magazine:
The Ericson 34 looks and sails like a big boat. Of course, with an LOA of 34 feet, 10 inches, it's pretty close to being 35 feet anyway. Bruce King has always designed graceful boats that just seem to look right in the water, and the 34 is one of his best efforts. The proportions are moderate, from the amount of sheer and freeboard to the ballast, displacement and sail area numbers. The masthead sloop rig supports just about 600 square feet of sail area and this can be powered up with a genoa. The 6-foot, 2-inch fin keel helps the boat track well to weather and the balanced rudder provides excellent steering on deep reaches.