Neff Yacht Sales / Used 34 foot MALO YACHTS 106 Cruising Sailboat - Alaussa

MALO YACHTS 106

Alaussa

1983 • 34' (10.59 m) • Cruising Sailboat
United States

$49,000 USD

The Malo 106 is a true blue-water boat created by the Malo Yachts organization in Sweden.

It has been configured for single-handed sailing and is very comfortable for living at anchor with lots of room and good internal division. The center cockpit is very spacious and offers a safe and comfortable feeling underway

This boat comes with a hard dodger to keep you very dry in bad weather and comfortable at either end of the season. The boat comes with lots of gear and well thought solutions aboard. Solid ground tackle, wind steering. Current owner has owned her since 2015.

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Vessel Information

Builder: MALO YACHTS
Model: 106
Model Year: 1983
Type: Sailboat
Category: Cruising Sailboat
Sub Category: Center Cockpit
Condition: Used

LOA: 34' (10.59 m)
Beam Feet: 10' (3.25 m)
Draft Feet: 5' (1.57 m)
Engine Info: 39 HP, Single, Inboard, Diesel, Volvo Penta
Staterooms: 2

Location: Rock Hall, Maryland United States
City: Rock Hall
Country: United States

Overview

General

  • Water:58 gal / 220L
  • Diesel:42 gal / 160L
  • Tailored fitted sheets for all 4 bunks
  • Lazybag sunbrella (new Sep 2017)
  • Sprayhood sunbrella (new Sep 2017)
  • Bimini with rainwater collector sunbrella (new Sep 2017)
  • Solar shower
  • 2 water Jerry cans (5 gallons/20 liters)
  • 1 Diesel Jerry can (5 gallons/20 liters)
  • 2 carframo scirocco fans (saloon and v-berth)
  • WLAN router R36 and Tube-U long range antenna
  • LED Lighting inside and for navigation lights
  • Spare Parts
  • Oil filters, diesel filters, V-belts, impellers, shackles, pulleys, cables, LEDs, propeller, motor oil, various paints and varnishes, Sikaflex, epoxy and glass fiber, O-rings, etc.

Hull

  • Fin with rudder on skeg (see line drawing)
  • Fiberglass with an end grain balsa core
  • Two transverse water tight bulkheads located aft of the chain locker and aft of the forward storage locker.
  • Bottom Fiberglass reinforced plastic
  • Bulkheads ¾ " plywood
  • Ballast Keel Lead
  • SS Keel bolts Reported

Deck

  • Decking 5/16" x 1 ¼" Teak strips, fastened using stainless steel screws
  • Lifelines 3/16" stainless steel cable
  • Stanchions 1" tubular stainless steel
  • Pulpits 1" tubular stainless steel
  • Toerails 3" molded fiberglass reinforced plastic with teak cap

Powerplant

  • Volvo Penta 39 HP (new 2009, 1900h)
  • Engine room is accessible from the front and from the top and from the back

Sails & Rigging

  • Full batten main sail from Haase Segel (3 Reefing points)
  • Furling headsail 110% UK Halsey (2012) new UV Cover (2014)
  • Furling headsail II (old but in good condition)
  • Spinnaker with sleeve (old but in good condition)
  • Spinnaker pole
  • Boom brake Walder
  • New running rig 2014

Navigation

  • GPS plotter Raymarine C120
  • Various paper maps (esp. North Atlantic, Caribbean, US East Coast)
  • AIS transceiver EasyTRX 2S IS-IGPS
  • VHF radio with AIS display Standard Horizon GX2000
  • Sensors and display for depth sounder, wind speed and direction
  • Electronic wheel autopilot Autohelm 4000
  • Windgear windvane self-steering (new 2014)

Ground Tackle

  • Rocna 20kg – 44lbs (new 2016)
  • Original Bruce anchor 15 kg – 33lbs
  • Fortress FX-23 anchor
  • Stock anchor (folding) 15 kg – 33lbs
  • 210 feet (64 meters) chain 8 mm (approx. 5/16") (new 2016)
  • 130 feet (40 meters) anchor line
  • Additional anchor line and 150 feet (30 meters) chain 8mm
  • Electric anchor windlass Panther Lofrans 1000W (engine overhauled 2018)
  • Mantus anchor hook with bridle (new 2016)

Electrical

  • House battery 210 Ah (2x105 Ah lead-acid, new 2016)
  • Engine Battery 65 Ah (SMF lead-acid, new Sep 2017)
  • Solar panel (100 W, new 2014)
  • Solar Panel Controller MPPT Victron 30-100 with Bluetooth (new Nov 2017)
  • Battery Monitor Nasa BM-2
  • 220 V / 50 Hz shore power connection
  • Charger ProMariner - ProNautic 12-40P (new Oct 2015 - never used)
  • 2 inverters 200 watts (220V)
  • 1 inverter 300 watts (110V)

Galley

  • 2-burner gas cooker (semi-cardan) with oven (new 2013)
  • Hot water: 5 gallons (20 liters) boiler. Heat by shore power or when the engine runs
  • Two gas bottles (11 6 kg) various adapters for filling in different countries
  • Fridge / Freezer Angel MR040F (new Nov 2017)
  • Electric pump (new 2017) for fresh water (with activated carbon filter)
  • Foot pump for salt water on the galley sink
  • Various pots, cutlery, dishes, measuring cup, blender

Safety

  • EPIRB (new 2014)
  • Handheld VHF (2x)
  • 6 automatic vests, 2 of them with AIS-SART
  • 3 lifebelts
  • 3 fire extinguishers
  • Liferaft SeaSava Plus R 6 persons (maintenance due on Jan 2019)
  • Emergency tiller
  • Radar reflector
  • Miscellaneous Offshore Pyromaterials (2014)
  • Handheld GPS Magellan Triton
  • First aid kit (new 2014)
  • Emergency Bilge pump Rule Evacuator 4000 with hose (new 2016 never used)
  • Spotlight Stanley Fatmax SL10Leds (new 2016)
  • Binoculars Minox 7 x 50

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