Vessel Name


Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price


Short Description


Victoria 34, 1990

Well built to high specifications and in excellent condition.  Seaworthy, well maintained and benefits from extensive refurbishment and new equipment.  Comfortable and roomy accommodation.  Ready for long distance cruising.




Comfortable spacious accommodation, sleeps 7, with forecabin and large saloon.

Good sized galley with gimballed Plastimo gas cooker with two burners, oven and grill.

Forward facing navigation area with full sized chart table and drawers, storage for Admiralty charts 

Toilet compartment with Jabsco toilet (new 2005), wash basin and hot and cold shower (new pump 2006)

• Forecabin with infill to create double berth.
• Fire extinguisher.
• Saloon with 'L' shaped seating to port which converts to double berth
• Settee/single berth to starboard
• Double (large single) quarter berth aft of chart table
• Good stowage space throughout 

Light teak joinery to high standard with teak holly cabin sole and slatted ash lining hull.  

All upholstery new 2008.

All berths fitted with lee clothes

• Dickenson Newport multi - fuel stove with backing plate, chimney and set of cowls (2012)

Construction & Build

GRP, light grey hull, cream deck moldings with teak decks and cockpit.

Sails and spars

• Cutter Rig • Furling Yankee • Hank on staysail • Standing rigging replaced 2005/6 • Halyards replaced 2004 • Mainsail, cream triple stitched in 2013 • Staysail and spinnaker by Shore Sails • Yankee, cream triple stitched in 2013 • New mainsail cover, dark red in 2013

Gear and safety

• Avon Redstart dinghy • 2 lifebouys with lights • Fire extinguishers • Fire blanket • 35lb plough anchor with 60m of 8mm calibrated chain • Danforth kedge with approximately 10m of chain and 35m of rope • Boarding ladder • 2 gas bottles in self draining locker • Manual and automatic electric(2006) bilge pumps • Jackstays • 11x large inflatable fenders • 1 inflatable fender-step • 10-gall. Emergency water container • Spare diesel can • Various bosun’s stores: cleaners, small ropes, cords, marine-grade screws • Bosun’s chair (Musto) • Anchor ball • Motorsailing cone • Buckets, deck brush with through-flow from hose • Mooring ropes • Numerous nautical charts of NW France • Shore power cable • 2x new spare impellers • Complete toilet repair kit (Jabsco)+ various toilet spares • New spare bilge pump • 2x new spare fuel filters • Spare fan belts • Safety throwing line • Various courtesy flags for W. Europe • Lifebuoy with boat name • Boathook • Clock - Barometer • Radio/CD/MP3 player (2006) Galley • Two stainless steel sinks with H&C pressurised water • Filtered water and fresh water hand pump to sinks • Seawater hand pump tap (2012) • Large fridge with 12v plate cooler • Fire extinguisher and fire blanket • Gas alarm(2005) Crockery and utensils: Plain blue ceramic; 6 dinner plates, 6 bowls, 6 side plates Cutlery for 4 4 egg cups Set of Ikea 365 SS saucepans Boaty square frying pan Set of mixing bowls with sealing lids SS roasting tin Baking tray Colander, sieve, (plastic) Various cooking utensils ( plastic)


• Yanmar 3GM30F 27HP freshwater cooled with single lever controls • Fixed 3 bladed propeller with rope cutter • Engine rebuild by Yanmar Agents, Cellar Marine in 2005 • Two domestic 105 amp/hr Delphi Freedom sealed batteries (2005) • Charging by 55 amp engine alternator • Rutland 913 (2006) wind generator with smart charger system • 20 amp Merlin combined shore power smart charger (2005) • Separate 105 amp/hr engine start battery (2006) charged preferentially by the same charging system via a voltage controlled relay system. • Eberspracher heating system throughout boat (needs attention, not working) • Hot Water via calorifier (new 2015)


• Raymarine C70 chartplotter (2005) • ICOM AIS (2009) - fitted to C70 • Raymarine S60 wind, speed and depth instruments in cockpit (2006) • Raymarine RAY54E DSC VHF(2005) with cockpit speaker • Autohelm ST50 radar • Raymarine autopilot with linear drive (2005) and ST7002 (2007) control head in cockpit (integradted with chartplotter) • Raymarine graphic repeater at steering position (2006) • Plastimo binnacle compass • Garmin Echomap auxiliary GPS 2016 in cockpit • Weather man display unit fitted at chart table (2009)


Length overall 34'0, 10.36m; Beam 10'6, 3.05m; Draft 4'6", 1.21m; tonnage 5.5

General Comments

Owners Comments "We are the 3rd owners of Anitra, a fast, modern classic with impeccable sailing quailities.
She has looked after us well in all conditions, in safety and comfort.  She's well equipped for
independent offshore voyages as well as for local exploration.  We've sailed her to France and
Scilly and are selling her (with good inventory list) only because we are giving up sailing due
to advancing years."


The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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