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http://horizonmarinecenter.com/ Contact: Capt.Bill Otto (954) 675-4169 The Gemini 3400, introduced in 1993, was the predecessor of the Gemini 105 and the first in the series to have molded transom steps. A new kick-up rudder system was developed for the new transom design. Like all Gemini models the 3400 has kick-up centerboards to enhance sailing performance. However, she also has low aspect ratio fixed keels, needed to protect the under-slung rudders from damage when grounding. Will tack thru 80 Degrees Coast Guard Documented The 3400 is a bright comfortable boat Cruising boat combined with a high degree of sailing performance. She is well balanced and her shallow draft makes it great for cruising the Bahamas. Plenty of storage space and accommodations for an extended Cruise Specs Builder: Performance Cruising Designer: Tony Smith Flag of Registry: United States Hull Shape: Catamaran Dimensions LOA: 33 ft 2 in Beam: 14 ft 0 in LWL: 30 ft 6 in Minimum Draft: 1 ft 6 in Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in Displacement: 8000 lbs Bridge Clearance: 45 ft 0 in Headroom: 6 ft 3 in Engines Engine Brand: Westerbeke Year Built: 1995 Engine Model: 30B Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 1100 Propeller: 3 blade propeller Drive Type: Sail drive Engine(s) Total Power: 27 HP Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (30 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 2 (18 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 (6 Gallons) Accommodations Number of single berths: 2 Number of double berths: 1 Number of cabins: 2 Number of heads: 1 Electronics Autopilot - Raymarine ST 4000 GPS - Garmin Map 640 Radio - AM/FM with MP3, Ship to Shore Wind speed and direction - Autohelm Compass VHF - Standard Horizon Cockpit speakers - Main Cabin Speakers Depthsounder Sails Furling genoa - Pro Furl Battened mainsail Rigging Steering wheel Inside Equipment Oven Battery charger Electric bilge pump - dual Refrigerator Marine head Hot water Electrical Equipment Inverter - 1500 Prowatt Shore power inlet Outside Equipment/Extras Davits Swimming ladder Cockpit table Electric windlass Covers Mainsail cover Bimini Top - hard Genoa cover Accommodations Teak and holly sole 6 opening hatches with screens Master cabin has a Queen size berth with ample storage space and drawers with an all around view Aft cabins port and starboard have 48 inch berths Marine head ( manual) with shower is forward in port hull Main cabin contains ( remodeled) U-shaped dinette table folding with opposite settee's with all around visibility Galley Located in the starboard hull Double SS Sinks Dometic 2310 Model 110V/ Propane Refrigeration/ Freezer Pacific Model 2000 Propane stove / oven , 2 burner Pressure Water in Galley and Head Hot water by a Paloma (model) instant heater located in the Head compartment Sails/ Rigging A. Hood Genaker Main sail battened, approx 10 yrs Genoa 150%, approx 10 yrs Genoa Furling Pro Furl Double life lines Double spreader main mast Anchors include (1) Plow and (1) Danforth with an electric windlass Electronics Garmin GPS MAP 640 Ship to Shore Radio Standard Horizon VHF JVC AM/FM Radio with MP3 Input Compass Raymarine ST 4000 Auto Pilot Autohelm Tridata Unit Autohelm Wind Direction unit Electrical 12 Volt/ 110 Volt System Breaker Panel 2 New Start Batteries 2 New House Batteries Battery Charger Xantrex 20 Plus Inverter 1500 Pro watt 30 AMP Shore Power Cord Deck / Sails/ Hull Genoa Self Tailing Winches Hull is Solid GRP Laminate from Woven Roving and mat with ISP Resin Deck is GRP Sandwich with Balsa Core Standing headroom thru out the boat Kick up Rudders Kick up Centerboard Storage Compartments throughout the boat Walk thru Transom with moulded in steps Center Mounted Sail Drive at Transom Last Bottom Paint 2014 Petite Trinidad 75 - hard bottom paint Centerboards have been inspected May 2014