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1979 Custom Noon Ocean 34

1979 Custom Noon Ocean 34 Cruiser for sale
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About the 1979 Custom Noon Ocean 34

A classic, Canadian-made, sailboat intended to cross oceans. Designed by Stan Huntingford and built in British Columbia,  this full-keel, heavyweight sailboat was influenced by the double-ended fishing boats working out of the Columbia River. Strong, capable, and seaworthy. Eventyr has graceful lines that will never go out of style making this boat perfect for those who appreciate simplicity and are looking for adventure. 

Repowered in 2018 with a new Beta Marine engine with less than 150 hrs., you have an exceptionally reliable package. The strong hull, classic layout, and simple systems can take you cruising almost anywhere on the coast.

Owned by the same owner for almost 40 years, Eventyr has been well cared for and thoughtfully maintained. It also comes with assumable moorage in Nanaimo with marina management approval. 

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There is good room in this classic layout. A large V-berth in the bow, enclosed head with marine toilet, and lots of storage. The salon has a C-shaped dinette on the port side with a bench seat to starboard. There is also a larger aft quarter berth just behind the navigation table. 

There is a new and unused Dickenson diesel heater to keep you warm and dry when cruising in the off-season. 

The galley has dual stainless steel sinks, a foot-operated water pump, larger ice box with a countertop propane stove. There is lots of storage in the plentiful cabinets. 

The head forward has a newer Raritan marine toilet that won the most comfortable marine toilet competition in Practical Sailor. There is no holding tank on the boat and a new owner should consider installing a holding tank, or even easier, a composting toilet.  

On Deck

Designed for offshore sailing this stout cutter-rigged sailboat has a compact sailing plan that allows for a variety of options to ensure the boat is balanced properly. 

Starting in the cockpit you have a high coaming offering protection from waves and a good backrest. The foot well is compact and self-draining so ocean waves don’t have much space to fill. The long tiller is attached to a very large transom-hung rudder and has a beautifully sculpted monkey’s fist handle. There is a canvas dodger with a stainless steel frame protecting the companionway. 

There is good space on the side decks with ample handholds for safely moving forward. The mast has mast steps all the way up making maintenance and troubleshooting relatively easy. There are even new spreaders for the next owner. 

  • 35lb CQR

  • 60’ of 5/16 chain

  • 250’ nylon rode

  • 2021 Quick 12volt electric windlass


New in 2018 was a Beta Marine 38 HP. diesel engine. Having a new power plant is always a great thing for an older boat. Easy to get parts and will be reliable for years to come. With new motor mounts, shaft seal, Vetus muffler, strainer, and backflow prevention vent the new engine has new exhaust systems to ensure long-lasting performance. A new 20-gallon tank was installed for coastal cruising with space to increase the tank size or number. The shaft seal was replaced with the new engine in 2018 as well as the propeller was re-tuned to ensure optimal efficiency. 

Sails & Rigging

The cutter rig allows for a variety of sail plans to ensure balance through different wind speeds. The mainsail is crisp and in great shape and the 130% genoa has seen minimal use. The remaining sail inventory has seen very little use and is in very good condition. 

  • Mainsail with Dutchman flaking system

  • 150% genoa

  • Staysail

  • Storm Jim

  • #1 Yankee

  • #2 Yankee

  • Storm Tri-Sail

Electronics & Electrical

Minimal electronics but enough to get you around. 

  • VHF

  • Depth sounder

  • Battery charger


Noon Ocean 34
34 feet
$ 47,000 CAD
Nanaimo, BC
Fuel Type
Hull Material

Dimensions & Other Specs


Overall Length
40ft 0in
Length on Deck
34ft 2in
Length at Waterline
30ft in
Max. Draft
5ft 6in
11ft 0in
Cabin Headroom
6ft 6in


Electrical Circuit


Fresh Water Tank
110 gal (Stainless Steel)
Fuel Tank
20 gal (Plastic)


Single Berths
Double Berths


  • Engine 1 of 1

    Engine Make
    Beta Marine
    Engine Model
    Engine Year
    Total Power
    38 hp
    Engine Hours
    140 hrs
    Engine Type
    Drive Type
    Direct Drive
    Fuel Type
    Propeller Type
    Propeller Material
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