True North 34 carries you safely and in comfort wherever you’re headed.
In the pilothouse, the helm, galley, plus seven and a half feet of convertible seating offer unobstructed 360-degree visibility and direct, open access on one level to the cockpit aft. Below is the privacy of the forward stateroom with enclosed head.
The True North 34 is a single-engine express with a skeg-protected propeller, the approach lobstermen have relied on for decades for efficiency, avoiding pot lines, and surviving groundings. A bow thruster provides greater maneuverability than twin engines and keeps costs and fuel consumption in check.
The readily accessible roof of the pilothouse is a convenient place for canoes or kayaks, and additional stowage space runs beneath the pilothouse floor.
Visibility is superb, whether from the helm, cockpit or salon (note the lowered window bottoms). Beautiful woodwork is used effectively and judiciously, so you enjoy its warming quality but avoid its maintenance toll.
There are many factory options available, allowing owners to create a boat that is tailored to their individual tastes and requirements.
|Beam||12 ft 4 in||Max Draft||2 ft 11 in|
|Dry Weight||12500 lb||Hull Material||Fiberglass|
|Hull Shape||Modified Vee||Fuel Capacity||180 gal|
|Length at Waterline||33 ft 10 in||Length Overall||35 ft 9 in|
|Deadrise at Transom||16°||Number of Heads||1|
|Holding Tank Size||25 gal||Water Capacity||65 gal|
|Number of Berths||1|