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1979 34 ft. Peterson 34 – $21,500 PRICE REDUCED!

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Doug Peterson created a winner when he designed the Peterson 34. The profile of this sloop is sleek and well proportioned with reverse transom.  Her solid glass hull, balanced spade rudder and fin keel contribute to her capable nature. Her Yanmar diesel has only 650 hours since complete rebuild and consumes only 1/3 gph. The fuel tanks were replaced with 18 gal. aluminum, water tankage 25 gallons.  Below deck the Peterson is surprisingly spacious and comfortable.  There’s a compact Galley with sink, stove and icebox to port, with an efficient Nav station starboard. Equipment to include Raymarine Autopilot and Tri-data, Sea Nav GPS, Uniden VHF,  Newmar Automatic Battery Charger, Marinetics Battery Monitor plus more.  Newer cushions and the custom teak folding table adequately serve crew, separating the settees and pilot berths. “Foxy” has spent most of her life in fresh water, with just a brief introduction to the San Juan Islands.  She is rigged and ready to go, with North Sail main and Mylar headsail. “Foxy” was recently brought back to NW waters from Flathead Lake, Montana.  She is currently on the hard at Point Hudson, easy to view and ready to launch!


  • Vessel Name: Foxy
  • Located In: Port Townsend, WA
  • Documented Vessel 
  • Designer: Doug Peterson
  • Model: 34
  • Year: 1979
  • LOA: 34′
  • LWL:
  • Beam: 11’2″
  • Draft: 6′ 3″
  • Headroom:  6’1″
  • Displacement:  10,800 lbs
  • Ballast:  5100 lbs. Lead
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine 1:
    • Engine Brand: Yanmar
    • Year Built: 1979 rebuilt-   650 hours since rebuild
    • Engine Model: 2YM15
    • Engine Type: Inboard
    • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
    • Engine Hours: Unknown
    • Drive Type: Direct Drive
    • Engine Power: 15 hp


  • Cruising interior with teak accents
  • V-berth forward
  • Settees port and starboard with pilot berths and folding table
  • Aft quarter berth
  • Stainless sink with foot pumps for water
  • 3 burner propane stove and oven


Nav Equipment

  • Destroyer wheel with Elkhide cover
  • Raymarine tri-data instruments- Wind, Speed, Depth
  • Autopilot:  Raymarine ST4000
  • GPS:   Sea Nav
  • VHS:  Uniden


  • Newmar automatic Battery charger
  • Marinetics 30 AMP 125 volt AC power panel
  • Marinetics Battery Monitor
  • Marinetics 12 Volt power panel
  • Marineco Shore power cable set
  • West Marine Brass clock
  • Weems and Plath Barometer
  • Electric bilge pump

Additional Equipment

Rigging and Sail Inventory

Solid Rod Rigging

  • Main- New North Sail Main in excellent condition with 2 reef points
  • #1-Genoa Kevlar
  • #1 Genoa Dacron with one reef point
  • #2 Mylar headsail
  • #3 Jib Dacron


  • Fuel: 18 gal. new aluminum  tank
  • Water: 25 gal.
  • Holding: 


Yanmar 2YM15  diesel rebuilt with 650 hours

On Deck and additional Equipment

  • 48″ Destroyer Wheel with Elkhide cover
  • Martec folding prop
  • Tuff luff twin grove headstay
  • Edson pedestal steering with Ritchie Compass
  • Teak Cockpit table, with teak cup/ binocular holder
  • Sunbrella wheel and pedestal cover
  • Emergency tiller
  • 2 additional Ritchie Compasses on each side of companionway
  • Stainless lifelines
  • 22 lb. Danforth Anchor

Broker Contact

  • Contact: Sandy Bakken
  • Office: 360.385.4000
  • Cell: 503.475.0619