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2001 Luhrs 34' Convertible

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

$129,000

Currently the 34' Luhrs is unavailable for showings due to work in progress.

Very sweet, clean 2001 34' Luhrs Convertible w/ 350 hp twin Yanmar 6LYA-STE diesels engines, 680 hrs

New Isinglass

Outriggers

Live well

Huge inside mechanical room under stairs

Padded cockpit combings

New interior sofa cushions , backs, and mattress

Salon aft curtain

Salon ceiling contains a large fishing rod storage locker

Additional rod storage behind starboard sofa

Port and starboard SCUBA tank racks in cockpit

Fully enclosed bridge w/ Bimini top

AC's

Kohler 8KW generator w/ 752 hrs

Swim Step

Transom door

Upgraded raw water strainers

Anchor pulpit, Anchor and electric Anchor Windless

Starboard  salon sofa pulls out to make a large bed

Sofa back can be raised up w/ straps and makes another bed!

Note: Nav electronics need to be replaced

The Luhrs 340 fishing machine offers a beamy, full-bodied footprint and a lofty layout to go with it. Moreover, the 340 incorporates advances in construction and engineering that point to the next level of boatbuilding for Luhrs.

The hull bottom is solid glass, and the hull sides, decks, soles, and superstructure are cored with Baltek AL600/10 balsa. Longitudinal and transverse hull stiffeners are of glass-encapsulated marine ply, secondarily bonded. ISO-NPG resins are used throughout the laminates, with woven and some knitted fabrics. The hull-to-deck joint is secured with screws and tenacious 3M 5200 adhesive. While none of this is exactly groundbreaking technology, another feature of the 340’s construction is something of an envelope-pusher—the extensive use of nonstructural, thermoform parts.

Thermoforming is an increasingly popular manufacturing technique, whereby thin, flat sheets of ABS plastic are placed over heated, male molds and drawn into place via numerous vacuum ports. When cool, the parts are pulled from their molds, trimmed, and usually used in cosmetic, semistructural applications like glove-box interiors and dashboard moldings. They are typically strong, resilient, good-looking, less bulky than fiberglass, and a lot lighter. In fact, Luhrs estimates that the use of thermoform components in the 340 reduced her displacement by a whopping 1,000 pounds.

Accounting for most of the weight savings are stowage bins and locker interiors in the master stateroom as well as in the practical “split head” just abaft it, a feature that allows one person to use the MSD while the other takes a shower in an entirely separate compartment. Luhrs introduced the split head in the late ‘80s on its 3400 Flybridge Motoryacht. Additional weight savings accrue in the saloon/galley area, where there’s a large, thermoformed overhead rod-stowage locker (with a capacity for seven big rods or 11 smaller ones) and an attractive thermoformed valance system that keeps the window blinds from dangling and tangling. A multipurpose cabinet at the rear of the saloon on the starboard side also showcases the versatility of the technique. Inside, a complicated, elegantly molded thermoformed part protects and secures the nether regions of a whole raft of equipage, including a Paneltronics electrical panel, a set of Perko battery switches, a Black & Decker Space Saver coffee maker, and an optional Raritan icemaker.

ENGINEERING NIFTINESS

Engineering details onboard the 340 are commensurate with manufacturing developments. Up forward is what Luhrs calls a “Utility Room,” an athwartship crawl space accessed by lifting the hinged stairway that connects the saloon and the lower deck hallway. It’s loaded with savvy details, the most impressive being an arsenal of sea strainers, one for the livewell in the port-side cockpit console box, another for the saltwater washdown, and yet another for the Marine Air air conditioning system. Few boats I test these days have fluids systems so thoroughly protected. Other notables here include an extra-high-capacity, 60-amp Sentry battery charger, a dedicated two-way battery switch for the genset, and two-part, compression-type plastic chafe guards wherever wiring passes through holes in bulkheads or timbers.

Further examples of engineering niftiness include electric-fan-actuated, aft-facing, saltwater-resistant, engine room vents recessed into the “BridgeWalk,” an easy-to-use molded-glass stairway between the cockpit and flying bridge. Looped drain hoses with seacocks are fitted to the sinks to prevent water intrusion and CO ingress, and easily removable panels in the saloon sole improve engine access, which is otherwise a bit cramped, with hands-and-knees headroom and a cockpit hatch.

While the 340’s standard welded-aluminum, rocket-launcher-equipped half-tower and molded hardtop (with electronics box) is the most impressive feature about the on-deck layout, the most striking thing about the layout below decks is the high-altitude headroom—6'8"—a feature directly attributable to the raised profile. Beyond that, the joinery is serviceable and features maple and maple veneers.

There’s a mattress in the diagonal berth in the forward cabin as well as two cedar-lined hanging lockers and a vanity with Corian countertop. The stand-up stall shower in the port-side half of the head is huge, roughly 4' x 4'. The standard MSD in the starboard half is an electric PAR.

Drawer sides and bottoms in the port side galley and elsewhere are plywood surfaced with high-pressure laminate, butt-jointed and nailed, with powder-coated steel sliders and positive, pop-out type Lamp latches. The starboard sofa in the saloon pulls out to form a double, and the back of the settee swings up to create a small bunk with two braided-nylon suspension straps.

 

Basic Boat Info

Make: Luhrs
Model: 34' Convertible
Year: 2001
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Builder: LUHRS
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: LHRJC154F900
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 34 ft
Length Overall: 34 ft
Beam: 13'1 ft
Max Draft: 3'4 ft
Dry Weight: 18,000 lb
Electrical Circuit: 12 V
Single Berths: 2
Twin Berths: 1
Cabins Count: 1

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 6LYA-STE
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 350hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 2001
  • Engine Hours: 648
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 6LYA-STE
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 350hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 2001
  • Engine Hours: 586
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 700hp

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 300 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 90 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 15 gal

Other

Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Trim Tabs: Yes
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Sports Fishing Boats
More Info : Youtube video

Contact

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Disclaimer
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. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


Construction

The hull bottom is solid glass, and the hull sides, decks, soles, and superstructure are cored with Baltek AL600/10 balsa. Longitudinal and transverse hull stiffeners are of glass-encapsulated marine ply, secondarily bonded. ISO-NPG resins are used throughout the laminates, with woven and some knitted fabrics. The hull-to-deck joint is secured with screws and tenacious 3M 5200 adhesive. While none of this is exactly groundbreaking technology, another feature of the 340’s construction is something of an envelope-pusher—the extensive use of nonstructural, thermoform parts.

 

Cockpit

Transom door

Swim step

Large cockpit

Pole holders

SCUBA Tank rack

Utility Room

Up forward is what Luhrs calls a “Utility Room,” an athwartship crawl space accessed by lifting the hinged stairway that connects the saloon and the lower deck hallway. It’s loaded with savvy details, the most impressive being an arsenal of sea strainers, one for the livewell in the port-side cockpit console box, another for the saltwater washdown, and yet another for the Marine Air air conditioning system.

Include is a extra-high-capacity, 60-amp Sentry battery charger, a dedicated two-way battery switch for the genset, and two-part, compression-type plastic chafe guards wherever wiring passes through holes in bulkheads or timbers.

Deck

Outriggers

Anchor pulpit with anchor and electric anchor wench

Port and starboard walkway grabs

Live well

 

Bridge

340’s standard welded-aluminum, rocket-launcher-equipped half-tower and molded hardtop (with electronics box) is the most impressive feature about the on-deck layout, the most striking thing about the layout below decks is the high-altitude headroom—6'8"—a feature directly attributable to the raised profile. 

 

Accommodations

The practical “split head” just abaft of the forward stateroom, a feature that allows one person to use the MSD while the other takes a shower in an entirely separate compartment. Luhrs introduced the split head in the late ‘80s on its 3400 Flybridge Motoryacht. A multipurpose cabinet at the rear of the saloon on the starboard side also showcases the versatility of the technique. Inside, a complicated, elegantly molded thermoformed part protects and secures the nether regions of a whole raft of equipage, including a Paneltronics electrical panel, a set of Perko battery switches.

There’s a a mattress in the diagonal berth in the forward cabin as well as two cedar-lined hanging lockers and a vanity with Corian countertop. The stand-up stall shower in the port-side half of the head is huge, roughly 4' x 4'. The standard MSD in the starboard half is an electric PAR.

Drawer sides and bottoms in the port side galley and elsewhere are plywood surfaced with high-pressure laminate, butt-jointed and nailed, with powder-coated steel sliders and positive, pop-out type Lamp latches.

The ultraleather settee in the saloon pulls out to form a double, and the back of the settee swings up to create a small bunk with two braided-nylon suspension straps.

Salon

New carpets

New upholstery

Sofa to Port side

Pull-out bed to starboard with Pullman upper

Galley

Power panel

 Ice Maker

Coffee maker, Battery master 12V switches

VHF radio

TV

AV system

Sliding entry door

Window blinds

Aft curtains

Under stairs access to mechanical room

Engine room access floor panels

 

Head

Shower to Port side

Head  and sink to Starboard  side

Both rooms have doors for privacy

Galley

2-burner hot top

2-compartment stainless Sink

Under counter refrigerator / freezer

Microwave

Corin Counter

Lots of storage

Built-in Coffee maker on Starboard side

Ice Maker on Starboard side

Electronics

 

Raymarine GPS

Raymarine Autopilot

Raymarine fish finder

TV

AV system

VHF w/ mike Remote in salon

VhF in bridge

Power spot light

Trim Tabs

Stateroom: TV and stereo

 

Head

Full size enclosed shower and sink to port

Sink and head to starboard

Doors for both rooms

Additional engineering features

Electric-fan-actuated, aft-facing, saltwater-resistant, engine room vents recessed into the “bridge stairs,” an easy-to-use molded-glass stairway between the cockpit and flying bridge.

Looped drain hoses with seacocks are fitted to the sinks to prevent water intrusion and CO ingress, and easily removable panels in the saloon sole improve engine access, which is otherwise a bit cramped, with hands-and-knees headroom and a cockpit hatch.

Engines and Generator

Engines - Yanmar 6LYA-STE, 350 hp

Kohler 8KW  752 

Generator sound box

Disclaimer
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. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Additional Contact Information

Randall, 954 870 3667

Youtube video: https://youtu.be/Xtx_UOPwJLo


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