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Vancouver 34 Pilothouse

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Desirable offshore, pilothouse cruising yacht



Lying: Argyll, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelVancouver 34 Pilothouse
DesignerRobert Harris
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
LyingArgyll, United Kingdom


Hull ConstructionGRP hull with encapsulated keel
Keel TypeFull keel


EngineYanmar 3GM30 marine diesel engine 29hp 3 Cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled Mechanical reversing marine gearbox Single lever morse control
Engine Hours2134
Fuel Capacity180l


Drinking Water Capacity225l


The pilothouse configuration of the Vancouver 34 is ideally suited to cruising in the waters of Scotland with the elevated saloon providing excellent visibility for crew to enjoy their surroundings regardless of the weather. The layout is also beneficial for short-handed offshore passages with the on-watch crew not required to be on deck.

With her current owner since 2012 the Vancouver 34 Pilot House PHOEBE has proven to be a reliable and capable cruising yacht suited to short handed cruising. The pilot house saloon offering a sheltered internal helm position in foul weather while allowing the crew enjoy their surroundings when at anchor. Her inventory highlights include:

Underwater hull coated with CopperCoat, applied 2021
Teak decking professionally fitted in 2009
Yanmar 3GM30 marine diesel engine
Balmar 110amp alternator (2004)
Balmar Max-Charge MC-618 alternator controller (2021)
Mastervolt IVO smart battery charger
Raymarine e7 chartplotter display in cockpit (2012)
Tacktick MN100-2 Micronet Nav Data displays x3
MER FX312 standalone GPS
Standard Horizon GX3000E DSC VHF
Plastimo Neptune 2000 2 burner, grill and oven, gimbal mounted.
Ebersapcher heating system
Stack pack type mainsail cover with mast boot (2023)
Sprayhood fitted new in 2022
Lofrans Tigres 1500w electric windlass with chain gypsy and warping drum (2018)
Selection of fenders all new in 2023
Selection of mooring warps all new in 2023

Lying on her berth in Tarbert Harbour, Loch Fyne, Argyll the Vancouver 34 Pilot House PHOEBE is available for viewing strictly by prior appointment.

As her name suggests, the Vancouver 34 Pilot shares all the cruising attributes of the Vancouver 34 but with a pilothouse configuration. There is an interior piloting position so watches can be kept without sitting outside in the elements. From the saloon, the crew can enjoy 360-degree vision in the seated position and the yacht from vast amounts of additional accommodation space as a result. There is a spacious central galley, two separate double cabins, space to fit an optional generator, water maker, fridge and freezer plus all the navigational instruments that may be required. As with all Vancouvers the oilskin locker is adjacent to the companionway and there is a full size chart table.
All sail handling controls are led aft to the cockpit and the self-tacking staysail makes sailing her that much easier. The cockpit has three large lockers giving plenty of space for the storage of the dinghy, fenders, warps and spare sails.


Hull Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded hull.
Laminated using the Northshore Yachts proprietory Nordseal system
Chopped strand and woven glass reinforcing cloths, hand consolidated.
Sandwich laminate construction with balsa core above the waterline.
Solid GRP laminate through keel pan area with additional layers of reinforcement around keel.
Moulded beam shelf to receive deck incorporated into hull moulding.
Encapsualted full length keel.
Original white gelcoat finish to topsides.
Underwater hull coated with CopperCoat, applied 2021

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Integrated deck, superstructure and self-draining cockpit moulding
Single piece GRP moulding.
Chopped strand and woven glass reinforced cloths, hand consolidated.
Sandwich type construction with balsa core, plywood core in way of high load areas and deck fittings.
Deck fully glassed to hull moulding.
Original gelcoat finish.
Laid teak decks to finish side decks, foredeck, coachroof top and cockpit seating.
Teak decking professionally fitted in 2009

Full length encapsulated keel with skeg extended aft to support rudder.
Lead ballast keel

Full depth rudder supported on keel skeg.
GRP moulded rudder.
Stainless steel rudder stock.


Engine & gearbox:
Yanmar 3GM30 marine diesel engine
3 Cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled
Mechanical reversing marine gearbox
Single lever morse control

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine serviced 2023
Cruising speed 5.5kts, approximately
Cruising range under engine approximately 500nm.
Recorded engine running hours, November 2023 – 2,134hrs

Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel propeller shaft
Waterfed compression type shaft gland
Bronze, 3 blade fixed prop
Whitlock rod linkage steering system.
Stainless steel wheel.
Emergency steering system.

Autohelm ST6000 control head in cockpit
Autohelm ST7000 control head below decks
Dual control stations, cockpit and pilothouse.
Autohelm quadrant drive.


Voltage systems:
12V DC onboard power system
240V AC shore power system.

Shore Power:
Factory installed system
Single 16amp connection
Extension lead to connect to power supply.
Hardwired, RCD protected onboard system.
230VAC sockets in galley, cabins, saloon and engine space.

Battery Banks:
Engine Battery – 1x 12VDC Odyssey Extreme PC1200 battery
Domestic Battery – 3x 12VDC 110Ah, lead acid

Mastervolt IVO Smart charger
230VAC – 12VDC, 25amp, dual output

Balmar 110amp alternator (2004)
Balmar Max-Charge MC-618 alternator controller (2021)

Battery Monitor:
Xantrex Link 10

Windscreen wiper for port forward pilothouse window
12VDC auxiliary charging socket


Fresh Water:
Pressurised hot and cold water system.
Mono-tap Faucet in galley and heads.
Head tap pulling out for use as shower
Hot water provided from engine heated calorifer with 240VAC immersion heater element.

Grey Water:
Galley sink discharging to small holding tank in bilge.
Tank auto-emptying via electric pump.
Optional macerator discharge pump for use when stationary with dedicated seacock (2019)

Bilge Pumps:
Manual Pump
Electric Pump – manual and auto switching.


Single stainless steel tank.
Approximate capacity 180ltrs
Calibrated dipstick to show tank level

Fresh Water:
Single plastic bag type tank
Approximate capacity 225ltrs

Insulated tank
Heated via engine cooling water or 240VAC heater element.


On Deck:
Depth/Speed/Log – Tacktick MN100-2 Micronet display
Wind – Tacktick MN100-2 Micronet display
Plotter – Raymarine e7 MFD display (2012)
Magnetic Compass (2012)
Below Decks:
Repeater – Tacktick MN100-2 Micronet display

Communications Equipment:
DSCVHF – Standard Horizon GX3000E


Galley stove Plastimo Neptune 2000 2 burner, grill and oven, gimbal mounted.
Fridge – Top loading fridge located below forward sole board of pilot house, Isotherm compressor and ASU chiller plate (Compressor and chiller plate replaced in 2009)
Double stainless steel sink
Mixer tap

Jabsco manual marine toilet
Wash hand basin
Mono-tap with hose extension to serve as shower
Vanity unit.

Heating & Ventilation:
Ebersapcher diesel fired, blown air system.
Thermostatic cabin controller
3 outlets in saloon, forward cabin and starboard cabin

Overhead lighting in all cabins LED
Reading lights above bunks LED
Low level red lighting in pilot house and galley
Engine space light LED

Sony Radio/CD head unit
Speakers in saloon/galley


Summary of Accommodation:
Double cabin forward.
Single heads with shower.
Midship starboard double cabin
Raised saloon with settee and occasional single/double bunk bunk

Accommodation Finish:
Joinery of cherry veneered ply with a cherry trims
Joinery work finished in a satin varnish.
Worktop in galley and counter top in heads finished in a contrasting laminate finish
Traditional teak and holly style soleboards.
Vinyl cover panels to finish head lining
Upholstery covers for saloon seating.

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Twin single V-berths with infill section to create double.
Infill section stowing between berths when not in use to create seat.
Shelves running the length of the berths outboard port and starboard.
Small dresser unit with mirror aft of bunk to starboard.
Hanging locker aft of bunk to port.
Bin type storage lockers beneath bunks.
Large opening deck hatch for light and ventilation.

Moulded base to compartment with teak sole grating.
Manual marine toilet, fitted inboard, forward, aft-facing.
Hinge down lid over toilet to provide seating for use with shower.
Countertop outboard with inset wash hand basin.
Mono-tap style facuet, extending for use as showerhead.
Vanity unit outboard of countertop with storage locker beneath

Linear galley running the aft from forward cabin on port side.
Worktop forward with inset stainless steel sink and mono-mixer tap.
Gimbal mounted gas cooker at aft end of galley.
Selection of drawers and lockers below the worktop.
Lockers with sliding clear fronts provided outboard of worktop.

Midships Cabin
Located to starboard, opposite galley.
Standing room at forward end of cabin
Dresser unit outboard forward with countertop, drawers beneath and hanging locker above outboard.
Removable section of berth aft of dresser to create single seat aft of dresser with bin type storage locker outboard
Double berth extending aft, infill section fitting in way of seat to extend bunk length

Pilot House:
360 degree visibility.
Provides elevated saloon, open to galley which is down a few stairs forward.
Footwell and helm station forward to port allowing settee to double up as helm seat.
Switch panel forward to port with autopilot control for watch keeping in pilothouse, engine control outboard
Chart table forward to starboard with chart storage provided within the table.
Centrally located, pole mounted, height adjustable table. Extension can be fitted to reach port settee.
U-shaped settee to starboard, converting to a single berth or occasional double using table as infill section with cushion


Deck stepped, double spreader, cutter rigged sloop.
Silver anodised alloy mast and spars manufactured by Kemp.
Standing rigging of 1x19 stainless steel wire
Standing rigging fully replaced in 2003, professionally tensioned and tune in 2021
Furlex 200S roller reefing gear on forestay for Yankee (2003)
Inner forestay for hank-on staysail
Single line, slab reefing mainsail, reefs 1&2 lead aft.
Self-tacking staysail track.
Rod kicker (2010)
Spinnaker pole track on front of mast.
Spinnaker pole.
Spinlock rope clutches in cockpit for all lines lead aft.

Primary Winches – 2x Lewmar 44, self-tailing, two-speed.
Cockpit Winch – 1x Lewmar 16, self-tailing, two-speed. (serving main halyard, mainsail reefs 1&2 and mainsheet)
Roller Furling Winch - 1x Lewmar 16, self-tailing, two-speed.
Reefing / Halyard Winch – 1x Lewmar 8, single-speed, mast mounted.

Mainsail – White dacron, fully battened, slab reefing. (2001)
Yankee – White dacron, roller reefing (2001)
Staysail – White dacron, hank-on (2001)

Canvas Work:
Mainsail Cover – Stack pack type cover with mast boot (2023)
Mainsail Cover – Convential type sail cover as spare/winter boom cover
Sprayhood (2022)
Pedestal cover

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – 15kg Rocna anchor on chain rode. (2019)
Electric Windlass – Lofrans Tigres 1500w electric windlass with chain gypsy and warping drum (2018)
Selection of fenders (all new 2023)
Selection of mooring warps (all new 2023)

Double stainless steel bow roller.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails.
Deck mounted stainless steel stanchions supporting twin stainless steel guard wires running the length of the decks.
Mooring cleats mounted port and starboard; forward, midships and aft
Tubular stainless steel guards over forward dorade vents
Self-tacking track for staysail immediately forward of mast.
Lines lead aft from mast along pilot house roof
Rope clutches on pilothouse roof to starboard for lines lead aft, single halyard winch mounted below on aft face of pilothouse
Pedestal mounted folding cockpit table
Stainless steel swimming ladder mounted on transom.
Outboard storage bracket on pushpit rail.
Liferaft stowed in stainless steel on aft rail to port


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Masthead tri-colour with anchor light.
Combined steaming light/deck flood.
Low level nav lights.

Life Saving:
Liferaft – Avon 4 person cannister raft – Requires service
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light

In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice

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