2021 Custom Coast 34

2021 Custom Coast 34  for sale
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About the 2021 Custom Coast 34

The owners are managing some health challenges and would like to sell their beautiful boat ASAP. It’s being offered at less than 1/2 of its surveyed value. Please contact Kelly Yacht Sales to see this boat in person.

This capable offshore cruiser has a traditional aesthetic, a sea-kindly hull and is ready to cruise the Pacific Northwest, head to Mexico or anywhere else you may want. Coast 34’s and their sister ships have crossed many oceans and can be found in anchorages all over the world.

The hull and deck of Coddiwomple was built in the 80’s when fibreglass hulls were built thick and incredibly strong. The owner purchased the hull and deck spending several years finishing the boat. Everything attached to the hull is either new, or modern, with almost every fitting, port hole and through hull re-bedded in the last 3 years.

With a suite of B&G electronics, new wiring, plumbing, rigging, cabinetry, etc. there is no need to make a list of what to replace, repair or upgrade. Its all done. Even the Yanmar diesel has less than 25 hrs.

Coddiwomple is an English word that means “to travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination”. A great name for a Coast 34. Designed for long distance travelling this capable boat was launched for the first time in 2021.

The owner comes from a family of boatbuilders and has provided the marine industry with high-quality services throughout his life. He utilized his industry contacts to ensure his ‘retirement’ boat was perfect. Carpenters, marine electricians, mechanics, sailmakers, etc. were brought in as required to ensure all the work was completed to a high standard.

Located in Nanaimo with assumable moorage this 34’ cruiser is a must see.

To schedule a viewing of Coddiwomple please contact

Mark Kelly
250-802-BOAT (2628)



Classic and functional are the best description of the custom interior. The recent survey described the interior finishing as being done to a ‘high shipwright standard’.

The forward cabin has a double Pullman-style berth offset to port.

Just aft is a head with a Dometic electric toilet, vanity, stainless sink, shower wand, and pressure hot and cold running water with an Ecotemp on-demand propane system.

Across from the head is a standing locker for storage.

The main salon has setees on both port and starboard with a teak pedestal table in the centre with folding leaves on both sides.

There is a Dickenson Newport Diesel bulkhead heater with a gravity-fed tank, well positioned for offseason sailing.

Starboard of the salon is the navigation station with a full electronics and control centre. There is a hinged top on the navigation table with storage underneath.

Aft of the navigation station is a roomy quarter berth extending under the cockpit.

Electronics & Electrical

The heart of the electronics package is a fantastic B&G Zeus 9 with the sailing package. It is a state-of-the-art GPS, chart plotter with a fantastic array of sailing-specific instrumentation integration. Wind direction, speed, chart data, depth and radar. The Zeus gives you a sailing-specific display with all the information you need at your fingertips. B&G is truly designed for sailors and offers you the most advanced and simple features you will appreciate. The electrical systems installed during the refit with simplicity and expandability in mind.

  • B&G Zeus 9 chart plotter

  • Horizon Explore VHF with DSC

  • Simrad Autopilot

  • Lowrance Radar dome

  • Xantrex Freedom XC-2000 Inverter/Charger

  • Xantrex Freedom X Battery Status Display

  • 4 × 6V HD House Batteries

  • 1 × 12V HD Starting Battery

  • 1 × 30 AMP Shore Power connection

  • 3-way battery isolator switch


A simple U-Shaped galley is located to port adjacent to the companionway stairs.

  • Deep Fridge/freezer with Adler Barbour compressor

  • Force 10 Stove top and oven

  • Stainless steel sink

  • Lots of storage

Sails & Rigging

The owner is an experienced sail maker and Coddiwomple is set up for simplicity and balance.

  • Full battened mainsail with double reef points. Aprox. 2018

  • 2021 jib on ProFurl roller furling system

  • 2 × Anderson 40 two-speed, self tailing main winches

  • 2 × Lewmar 30 2 speed secondary winches

  • 2 × Anderson 18 two-speed, self tailing cabin top winches

  • 2 × Lewmar 8 halyard winches

  • Running rigging is all new. Standing rigging is oversized for this style of vessel.

Additional Information

  • Tender 2020 Stryker 8’6” inflatable tender on stainless davits

  • Mercury 3.5 hp outboard

  • New canvas with stainless work that follows the elegant curve of the stern.

  • Richie 2.5” compass on top of the binnacle

  • Radar reflector

  • 3.5” ships clock

  • CO and smoke detector

  • 45 lb CQR primary anchor

  • 60 ft 5/16” galvanized chain

  • 200 ft. 8 strand line rode

  • Lofrans Dorado Electric Windlass with up and down foot switches on deck

About the Coast 34

The hull and deck were built by Marquis Marine in BC in 1989.

What follows are excerpts from an article on the Bluewater Boats website:

One look the Coast 34 with her distinctive canoe stern takes us back to the mid 1970s and the work of Bob Perry who made the style extremely popular. The Coast 34 started life called the Roberts 341.

She was penned in 1978 by Grahame Shannon and already by 1980 a project was initiated to take her into production as the Coast 34. Over the years she’s been well regarded as a liveaboard offshore cruiser with loads of storage that’s proven seaworthy with competent sailing abilities in a wide range of sea conditions.

With her high freeboard and generous 11’ 6” beam, owners comment the Coast 34 has a big boat feel. There’s ample stowage throughout, including a huge cockpit seat locker.

Construction is solid fibreglass below the waterline and coring in Klegecell foam on the topsides and deck. Reports are that the fibreglass work is of good quality, uniform and free from blisters.

Ballast is lead encapsulated in the keel cavity.

Underway she’s well balanced on all points of sail maintaining a light helm in a most sea conditions. She’s a good all-rounder, she doesn’t lag too much in light airs where her high aspect rig keeps her moving along at 5 knots even in only 10 knots of breeze. In stronger conditions, she proves quite powerful, able to carry her working sails up to 20 knots. Windward ability is sensitive to sea conditions, though able to tack through 90 degrees in smoother conditions, this will drop to 120 degrees when the sea state gets really rough.


Coast 34
34 feet
$ 79,000 CAD
Nanaimo, BC
Fuel Type
Hull Material

Dimensions & Other Specs


Overall Length
34ft 1in
Max. Draft
5ft 6in
11ft 6in


15750 lbs


Fresh Water Tank
130 gal (Stainless Steel)
Fuel Tank
90 gal (Aluminum)
Holding Tank
17 gal (Plastic)


Single Berths
Double Berths


  • Engine 1 of 1

    Engine Make
    Engine Model
    Engine Year
    Total Power
    27 hp
    Engine Hours
    25 hrs
    Engine Type
    Fuel Type
    Propeller Type
    Propeller Material
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Disclaimer: Kelly Yacht Sales offers the details of this 2021 Custom Coast 34 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.