Seaclipper 34 with a crowd

The Seaclipper 34 is capable of offshore passages and extended cruising. It has standing headroom in the main cabin. The aft cabin is a full-berth layout with privacy. Wing pods to expand the main cabin are optional. For coastal cruising, the akas can be dismounted for easy transport overland for winter storage. For offshore sailing, it is recommended that the boat be glued together permanently. Hull planking is all 3/8″ plywood. Expect to spend 12 to 18 months part-time work to complete. Picture on the left below courtesy of Steve Miller. John Marples took the photographs on the right.


Length Overall 34′5″
Waterline Length 31′10″
Beam Overall 23′4″
Beam of Main Hull 6′7″
Draft, Hull Only 2′3″
Draft, Board Down 5′0″
Displacement, Full Load 7,600 lbs
Displacement, Dry 5,600 lbs
Payload 1,600 lbs.
Sail Area, main 290 sq ft
Sail Area, main and genoa 616 sq ft
Mast Length 40′0″
Bridge Clearance 45′
Engine Power 15-hp
Fuel Tankage 10 gal
Water Tankage 20 gal
Speed under Power 7 knots
Number of Crew 2
Berths, Min-Max 2-5
Headroom in Cabin 6′0″