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Classic Fortunella 34

Ipswich, United Kingdom
Length: 34.51ft / 10.52m

Price £34,500

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Boat Details


  • Builder: Breskens
  • Designer: Fran Maas
  • Construction: Wood


  • Length (Feet): 34.51
  • Length (Metres): 10.52
  • Beam: 2.74 meter
  • Max Draft: 1.77 meter
  • Displacement: 9979
  • Fuel Capacity: 1 x 75 L (16 Gal)
  • Water Capacity: 1 x 110 L (24 Gal)


  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Engine Make: Nanni
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Total Power: 21


The Fortunella 34 is a classic, aft cockpit, long keeled, tiller steered cruising yacht. Carrageen has been maintained to a very high standard and beautifully presented. Designed by Fran Maas and built in Breskens in 1961.


The hull is formed by a zinc sprayed steel frame with Iroko strip planking riveted to the frame, cascover sheathed and a bolt on ballast keel. Sheathed and painted ply decks and cabin top with varnished superstructure sides. Tiller steered to keel hung rudder with cut out for propellor. Varnished bulwark. Beautifully varnished cockpit seating, backrests and companionway doors. Internal joinery in varnished teak with a white painted main bulkhead.


Nanni 3 cylinder, 21hp diesel engine. Electric start. Reversing reduction gearbox, shaft drive with single lever control. Fixed propellor. Fresh water cooled with heat exchanger. Engine, gearbox, shaft and propellor fitted in 2014. Approx 150hours run.


Fuel:   75 litres

Water: 110 litres

Hot Water: 25 Litres


12 volt system – 112v 110ah Domestic batteries and 1 x 110ah engine start battery, charged by engine alternator. 12v lighting throughout. Part rewire including new Switch panel and ancillary components.

240v system – Shorepower lead to RCCB, battery charger and 4 x 220v outlets.

Spars and Rigging

Masthead, Bermudan rigged sloop. Keel stepped hollow spruce spars (refurbished with new standing rigging and stainless steel mast fittings in 2015). Slab reefed boom with Lazybag and Lazyjacks. Recent terylene running rigging. Furling headsail system.

Navigation Equipment

Raymarine i50/i60 Speed/Depth and Wind pack

Raymarine Ray 70 with AIS receiver

Raymarine E7 Hybrid Multi touch MFD (Wifi capabilities)

Raymarine Tiller pilot


  • 2 x Lewmar 40CST self tailing genoa sheet winches
  • 2 x Barlow 15 bronze original mast mounted halyard winches


Mainsail –Slab reefed – Recently laundered and serviced

Furling Genoa – Recently laundered and serviced

Natural colour Mainsail cover new in 2016


5 berths in an open plan layout including quarter/pilot berth.

Eberspacher cabin heating

Hot and cold pressurised waterincluding 240v immersion heater in calorifier

Dometic cooker, 2 burners and oven

From fwd:- 2 berth forward cabin with drawers under berth. Heads compartment to starboard with manual flushing sea toilet. Hanging locker to port. Saloon with settee berth to port and starboard. Folding saloon table. Navigation station to starboard with electric distribution panel and instruments. Galley to port with cooker, sink and stowage lockers. To starboard and aft of Navigation station there is a pilot berth. Companion way steps up to cockpit.

Deck Equipment

S/steel pulpit, stanchions and plastic covered guard wires. Mooring cleats, new anchor roller and stemhead fitting, Lewmar electric anchor windlass. tiller steering (new tiller in 2015), mast boom support bracket. Fenders, mooring warps, anchor, chain and warp.

Safety Equipment

Life buoy. Electric and manual bilge pumps. Liferaft (requires service). Dinghy and 2.5hp Honda outboard.

FYS Comments

Frans Maas designed and sturdily built the Fortunella 34 is a tough, good looking and seaworthy boat.

Carrageen is in beautiful cosmetic condition and benefits from a knowledgable owner who has thoughtfully updated her. A really good looking boat ready to go.


In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor.  The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed.  Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.



Electric bilge pump

Marine head

Mainsail cover





Furling genoa


Shore power inlet

Manual bilge pump

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