De Fever Passagemaker 34 Offshore Trawler - Reliability - All Fiberglass (1974)

Passagemaker 34 Designed by Arthur De Fever

And now...the reliability of an all fiberglass, all-American 34-foot offshore trawler offering miserly diesel fuel consumption.

Passagemaker 34 designed by Arthur DeFever and built by Jensen Marine in America!

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It takes a naval architect of the stature of Arthur De Fever and the years of experience and know-how of Jensen Marine to bring you a true sea-going ship like this Passagemaker 34.

The familiar De Fever flared bow combines with a sharp entry and a deep forefoot to ensure a soft ride and a dry foredeck.

She offers a comfortable owner's stateroom forward with a large head and plenty of hanging locker and storage space.

The dinette converts to a double bunk for guests and the galley runs the full length of the cabin from aft of the lower station helmsman seat to the aft bulkhead. There's a very large cockpit for lounging or fishing, and the wide side decks are an extra safety feature.

She carries 100 gallons of water and 380 gallons of fuel, providing over a thousand miles of cruising. See the De Fever Passage-maker 34 at your nearest De Fever dealer for more details. Or write us for full information.

De Fever Passagemaker
Costa Mesa, Calif. 92627

GG Archives REF: BPDFP-007-1974-BW-AD

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