Neff Yacht Sales / Used 34 foot LEGACY  Cruiser - Loon's Call

LEGACY

Loon's Call

2001 • 34' (10.36 m) • Cruiser
United States

$159,000 USD

A scaled down version of the Legacy 40, the Legacy 34 is a high-quality cruiser built by Freedom Yachts. Originally designed by Mark Ellis, who has designed many many Downeast style vessels which share that New England look. The 34 is built with a sharp entry, a deep skeg for directional stability, and prop and rudder protection.

The interior of the Legacy 34 will easily suit the needs of a cruising lifestyle, and the level of fit and finish is superb. The extra large windows provide all-around visibility, and the varnished mahogany woodwork and teak-and-holly sole add much to the traditional feel of the vessel.

Notable features include a deck door at the helm, wide sidedecks, and a separate stall shower in the head.

This vessel is equipped with a single Yanmar diesel engine (1595 hours) and NexGen UCM2 - 5.5kw Generator installed in 2016 (656 hours).

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Vessel Information

Builder: LEGACY
Model Year: 2001
Type: MotorBoat
Category: Cruiser
Sub Category: Cabin Cruiser
Condition: Used

LOA: 34' (10.36 m)
Beam Feet: 12' (3.78 m)
Draft Feet: 3' (1.07 m)
Engine Info: Single, Yanmar
Staterooms: 1

Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida United States
City: Fort Lauderdale
Country: United States

Description

A scaled down version of the Legacy 40, the Legacy 34 is a high-quality cruiser built by Freedom Yachts. Originally designed by Mark Ellis, who has designed many many Downeast style vessels which share that New England look. The 34 is built with a sharp entry, a deep skeg for directional stability, and prop and rudder protection.

The interior of the Legacy 34 will easily suit the needs of a cruising lifestyle, and the level of fit and finish is superb. The extra large windows provide all-around visibility, and the varnished mahogany woodwork and teak-and-holly sole add much to the traditional feel of the vessel.

Notable features include a deck door at the helm, wide sidedecks, and a separate stall shower in the head.

This vessel is equipped with a single Yanmar diesel engine (1595 hours) and NexGen UCM2 - 5.5kw Generator installed in 2016 (656 hours).

Items completed this year:

- annual cap rail varnish done
- replaced Robertson autopilot screen
- replaced Furuno monochromatic screen with upgraded color unit
- installed new depth sounder & new transducer
- replaced Bennett trim tab actuators & control unit
- replaced holding tank vent filter
- new Petit Trinidad bottom paint, speed coating on prop & rudder
- 9 above water plastic thru hulls replaced with stainless steel fittings
- new bottom zincs
- engine & generator zincs replaced
- annual hull polish & wax - Bottom Paint

"Loon's Call" is equipped with two a/c units, one for the salon 16,000 BTU, and the other for the forward stateroom 24,000 BTU

Top speed is around 21-22 knots (with everything full). Cruise 7.5-8.5 knots at 1750 rpm burning 2.5-3.0 gal per hour (current, water & fuel load effects). Current owner would occasionally cruise at 13.5- 15.5 knots at 2600-2750 rpm and get around 1.3 to 1.1 m NM per gal.

Accommodations:

Number of berths - 1 queen (island berth, with 4 drawers & storage under)
- 1 child size double (made from pullout of settee)

Number of heads - 1 with Vacuflush toilet & separate shower stall

Salon:

- storage under all settee seating
- fully adjustable Stidd helm chair & Nav chair
- opening top navigation station
- starboard side/helm sliding door
- 360 degree sitting & standing sight lines
- 3 engine room access floor panels (1 primary)
- starboard TV/storage/liquor cabinet
- flatscreen TV/DVD (12 volt)
- teak & holly sole
- multiple 120 volt outlets
- adjustable interior 12 volt lighting
- 2 overhead hatches with screen/shades
- 2 side & 2 rear opening windows with screens
- aft door to cockpit

Galley:

- Force 10, propane 3 burner stove/oven
- Sharp convection/microwave
- double stainless steel sink, with built in soap dispencer
- under counter, steps & stove storage
- above counter & pantry storage

- Norcold 120 & 12 volt refrigerator/freezer
- 120 volt outlets (GFI)
- large SS opening port (with screen)& overhead Bomar hatch (with screen/shade)
- air conditioning/heat vent

Head:

- Vacuflush toilet
- separate shower stall (actually human sized) with stowable Leifheit clothes drying rack
- above & below storage areas with separate large storage area for towels, etc.
- large SS opening port (wth screen) & overhead Bomar hatch (with screen/shade)
- holding tank with deck pump out, and alternate electric macerator overboard discharge pump
- 120 volt outlets (GFI)

Electronics & Helm:

- Stidd fully adjustable helm & navigaton chairs
- destroyer type wheel
- fuel gage
- 120 & 12 volt outlets
- Garmin echomap SV (2016) with US charts
- Simrand/Robertson AP 20 autopilot (new screen 2019)
- Furuno radar (new color display 2019)
- Yanmar engine display panel
- Sidepower bow thruster controls
- Muir windlass controls (also foot buttons at bow)
- ACR Spotlight controls
- Raymarine depth sounder
- Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS - VHF radio/AIS
- 3 windshield wiper controls
- engine room blower switch
- nav & anchor light switches
- switches for 3 bilge pumps (fore, mid, aft) & audible alarms for each
- Fireboy engine room fire extinguishing system controls
- Bennett trim tab controls & display
- Ritchie compass
- Chartlight
- 2 overhead Bomar hatches (with screens/shades)
- Caframo 3 speed adjustable fan
- generator control panel
- 12 & 120 volt electrical panel

Deck:

- Muir electric windlass (helm & fore deck controls)
- Delta primary anchor with 150' 5/16" chain
- Fortress secondary anchor with 30' chain & 150' nylon rhode
- deck/cockpit lighting
- 1 1/4" handrails (at above average height - added safety)
- teak cap rail
- dual anchor chain/fender/line storage lockers (drain overboard)
- seawater anchor wash down outlet (mounted in port bow storage locker)
- cockpit storage locker/bench seating with propane storage
- lazzerette storage port/starboard
- teak swim platform
- full cockpit awning
- stern door
- hot & cold water cockpit freshwater shower
- 30 & 50 AMP electric receptacles

Electrical:

- 30 & 50 AMP receptacles with separate breakers & panel switches/breakers
- 12 & 120 volt electrical panel near helm
- battery charger (new 2016)
- 1- AGM group 31 engine start battery (2 years old)
- 2-AGM 8D house batteries (2 years old)
- Nexgen 5.5 KW generator (powers both pair conditioning units +)

Other:

- textilene screens for all windows
- Sunbrella covers for all windows
- dishes, silverware

NOTE: Loon's Call is ready to cruise (the addition of groceries is the only requirement - unless of course you plan to eat out all the time)

Additional Information

Work/Improvements to Loon's Call since Purchase 5/4/16

2016
- installed new 5.5 Nexgen generator
- installed new Garmin Echo Chartplotter
- installed new Shakespeare TV antennae
- installed new TV/DVD
- installed custom Sunbrella cockpit awning
- installed new macerator pump on holding tank
- installed new AGM start battery & 2 - 8D house batteries
- installed new battery charger
- installed new cutlass bearing
- installed new rudder seal
- installed new kayak roof racks
- Sunbrella covers made for all windows
- all interior & exterior lights working
- exterior opening grate covers for thru hulls installed
- Petit Trinidad bottom paint, zincs replaced
- annual hull polish & wax

2017
- Sunbrella shades made for port & starboard windows
- replaced main engine water pump seal
- annual cap rail varnish done
- valance cut-out at helm door
- salon wood scratch repair & varnish work
- annual hull polish & wax

2018
- new galley faucet
- new Awlgrip paint applied to deck non skid areas
- starboard ports re-bedded to seal over counter leaks
- annual cap rail varnish done
- scratch/fading repair & varnish work in galley & head
- new Sunbrella curtains made & installed

- total rebuild of windlass (gearbox & motor replaced)
- installed new Hurley davits
- annual hull polish & wax

2019
- annual cap rail varnish done
- replaced Robertson autopilot screen
- replaced Furuno monochromatic screen with upgraded color unit
- installed new depth sounder & new transducer
- replaced Bennett trim tab actuators & control unit
- replaced holding tank vent filter
- new Petit Trinidad bottom paint, speed coating on prop & rudder
- 9 above water plastic thru hulls replaced with stainless steel fittings
- new bottom zincs
- engine & generator zincs replaced
- annual hull polish & wax - Bottom Paint

The above list is available with amounts spent and available upon request.

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