In association with David Freeman C Eng FRINA , Naval Architect Asia’s No 1 boat builder, Neil Marine, Sri Lanka
The saloon area is truly spacious with plenty of stowage and a full dinette/seating area. Large opening portholes create a light and airy interior.
The ‘U’ shaped saloon seating area can convert to a double berth if required.
The spacious forecabin has two single length berths with a double berth infill panel. The double aft quarter cabin is set under the wheelhouse, again with a full length double berth.
Aft and to port is a modern spacious heads compartment with shower, all designed for ‘easy care’.
The wheelhouse is a distinctive and practical feature of the Fisher 34. With generous seating and excellent visibility,it doubles as a comfortable raised saloon. The internal helm position provides a safe and warm environment to sail in poor weather or out of season.
The optional sliding sunroof, together with opening side windows in the wheelhouse, provides a light and comfortable interior with excellent ventilation for hotter climates.
Under sail, the Fisher 34 handles beautifully, better in fact than many ‘conventional’ yachts but when power is needed there’s more than sufficient in the 75 h.p. engine.
The Fisher 34 combines the best of everything in space, strength, performance and power and is the ideal mid-range yacht for coastal or blue water cruising.