Motor Yachts 2004 Meridian 341 Sedan listed by Denison Yacht Sales - MAIN (Off Market)
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Priced to Sell
New Risers Elbows -- Spring of 2015
Full Hourly service and Commissioning -- Spring of 2015
New Master Stateroom Air Conditioning Unit 9000BTU -- Winter of 2015
New Refrigerator -- Spring of 2014
New Batteries -- Winter of 2015
Kohler 7.3k Generator -- Bow Stern Thrusters -- Less then 300 Hours -- Just Detailed -- Turn Key -- Ready to enjoy
So new I haven't had time to get the photos yet. Coming very soon!
While many cruising yachts less than 40 feet in length are best-suited to overnight or weekend stays, Meridian's 341 Sedan has redefined the class by providing the comfortable accommodations and extra features you need for extended cruising. This cruisability incorporates accommodations for four in two spacious staterooms, a full-service galley with all the amenities and an airy salon with opening windows, panoramic views and entertainment center. The 341 from Meridian redefines just how much cruising comfort you can design into a compact sedan.
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This is the best equipped model on the market, offering an abundance of factory and owner-added options. An aft cockpit provides easy boarding and features fully removable canvas and isinglass enclosure. The extended flying bridge overhangs the aft cockpit and also features full canvas enclosure. There is plenty of guest seating on the bridge and it is easily and safely accessed by molded-in stairs from the cockpit. The galley-up interior floorplan is well thought-out and comfortably sleeps four in two private staterooms. The cabin layout also features a spacious head compartment with separate shower stall. Constructed on a modified-V hull with 7.5 degrees of aft deadrise this design also delivers comfortable long range cruising. The exterior hull color is white with black canvas, black accent stripes, and black bottom paint.
Boarding the vessel is made safe and easy by way of a large molded-in aft swim/boarding platform. Here one finds non-skid decking, stainless steel hand-holds, all shore service connections, a fold-out swim ladder, a hot/cold hand-held deck shower, and convenient fuel fills to both tanks. A starboard-side transom door with courtesy lighting leads forward into the cockpit. The cockpit arrangement includes molded-in steps on either side for foredeck access, a large sliding glass cabin entry door, and a relaxed staircase on the starboard side leading up to the flying bridge. The aft cockpit also features overhead cover provided by the upper bridge overhang as well as full canvas enclosure. Two deck hatches open with gas shock assists to expose the lazarette storage compartment. This lazarette compartment is insulated for sound and houses the generator, stern thruster components, batteries, steering gear, and other machinery---lessening the amount of complication in the engine compartment.
Other features of the cockpit include:
self-bailing non-skid decking tan snap-down outdoor carpeting recessed overhead and courtesy lighting storage compartment
Moving to the foredeck is made possible by way of molded-in steps in the cockpit that lead up to sidewalks on either side of the vessel. These narrow sidewalks offer stainless steel safety railing, well-placed stainless steel hand-holds, and non-skid decking.
Foredeck features include:
(4) stainless steel fender storage racks welded stainless steel railings non-skid decking low-mounted stainless steel handrails black canvas snap-on windshield cover 10" stainless steel mooring cleats Lewmar electric anchor windlass with foredeck foot-swithces and helm mounted remote control circular Bomar deck hatch
The flying bridge is accessed up a relaxed staircase from the starboard side of the cockpit. Arrangement includes a large L-shaped settee situated to port and which can also serve as an aft-facing lounge. The helm station is located forward and to starboard featuring a single adjustable captain's bucket seat. A generous aft overhang provides cover for the cockpit below and additional usable space on the bridge.
Bridge features include:
tan snap-down outdoor carpeting with non-skid decking beneath welded stainless steel railing radar arch Clarion outdoor stereo speakers full black canvas and isinglass enclosure drink holders courtesy lighting smoked plexiglass wrap-around wind deflector storage compartments
The helm station is positioned forward and to starboard on the flying bridge and offers terrific visibility. A removable canvas cover provides service access to within the helm console and the captain is provided an adjustable pedestal bucket seat. This chair features a hinged seat base that lifts to provide an elevated seat post or to serve as a standing bolster.
Additional highlights include:
owner-added Mercury digital SmartCraft full engine instrumentation including fuel consumption original Faria engine instruments panel back-lighting separate shift/throttle controls sport steering wheel SeaStar hydraulic steering drink holders anchor windlass remote controls D.O.C. (docking on command) bow and stern side thruster controls Kidde Firewatch automatic engine room fire extinguishing system monitor helm-mounted high water alarm and light Bennett trim tab controls Clarion stereo remote control 12-volt accessory receptacle
The salon is entered from the cockpit through a large tinted sliding glass door on the port side. The airy salon features wrap-around cabin windows which provide plenty of natural light and panoramic water views. The L-shaped galley is located in the salon and positioned along the starboard side and aft. An entertainment center is built into galley cabinets along the aft bulkhead and the power distribution panel is conveniently located to port immediately upon entry. A huge Flexsteel L-shaped sofa extends along the port side of the salon and features dual incliners. This sofa is complimented by a free-standing high/low table that enlarges with fold-out expansion panels. A smaller curved settee is raised and positioned ahead of the galley on the starboard side of the salon. Engine room access is by way of removable hatches in the salon sole and a companionway leads forward and down to the staterooms and head. The interior is decorated with light beige carpeting and beige leather upholstery beautifully contrasted against darker countertops. Cherry woodwork, black gold accent pillows, and color-coordinated fabric selections complete the interior decor.
Additional salon highlights include:
6'5" headroom Sony Trinitron TV Follow-Me satellite television w/RCA Direct TV receiver Toshiba DVD player Clarion M5675 am/fm/cd stereo headliner-mounted Clarion stereo speakers large bonded-glass windows 12-volt accessory receptacle 3-panel forward windshield with removable canvas cover canvas cover for sliding entry door (2) tilt-out opening side windows overhead and courtesy lighting separate thermostat zone for heat/air conditioning featuring overhead "ultra-flow" circulation abundant storage throughout
The galley-up floorplan places the galley to the starboard side of the salon and aft. This full-service galley features all the amenities including:
built-in Origo microwave oven free-standing Mr. Coffee coffee maker recessed Princess 2-burner electric single-surface cooktop large single-basin stainless steel sink with spray nozzle and recessed cover to enlarge countertop space Norcold under-counter dual voltage refrigerator/freezer abundant lighted cabinet and drawer storage including a Lazy-Susan revolving storage rack Karadon single-surface countertops
The guest stateroom is situated down and to the starboard side of the vessel. This stateroom closes-off with a hinged wooden privacy door and features a large double berth at floor level.
Other highlights include:
cedar-lined hanging locker opening porthole Safe-T-Alert carbon monoxide detector padded headliner wall covering access to additional bilge storage and service shelf storage overhead lighting directional reading lights under berth storage 110-volt outlet
The master stateroom is located completely forward in the vessel and features and island-style double berth off-set to starboard. This stateroom also closes-off with a hinged wooden privacy door and offers a large cedar-lined illuminated hanging locker with shelves.
Other features include:
single circular overhead deck hatch with screen (2) opening portholes with screens overhead and directional reading lights Safe-T-Alert carbon monoxide detector mirrored forward bulkhead recessed Toshiba TV/VCR 110-volt receptacle separate thermostat heat/air conditioning zone dressing seat shelf/countertop storage under-berth storage drawers
The head compartment is located down and to port in the cabin.
large separate shower stall with folding door and molded-in seat opening porthole stainless steel sink towel bar 12-volt lighting SeaLand VacuFlush head mirrored medicine cabinet storage compartment 110-volt GFI outlet stainless steel handrail non-skid flooring
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Meridian 341 is the perfect blend of style and substance. A modern profile is complemented by thoughtful extras onboard. A solid cherry wood interior adds a special elegance. A large entertainment center in the salon is perfect when gathering with friends. Standard Karadon countertops in the galley are both striking and durable. Two large staterooms leave you plenty of space at day's end to stretch out and rest with ease.
Mechanical equipment includes
dual Marine Air heat/air conditioning units (1-18K BTU 1-12K BTU) with Vimar digital thermostats with dehumidify mode DOC Side-Power bow and stern thruster Follow-Me satellite television Shakespeare SeaWatch omni-directional television antenna Bennett electric/hydraulic trim tabs 12-volt pressure water system Matrix BEP Marine water and waste tank level indicator shore water connection 11-gallon 110-volt quick recovery water heater with engine heat exchanger forward/mid/aft Rule automatic/manual bilge pumps shower sump pump high water alarm Attwood bilge blowers electric horn navigation/anchor lighting waste holding tank with deck pump-out or Jabsco macerator pump for overboard discharge
Electrical details include:
110-volt (AC) 12-volt (DC) 12-volt deep cycle marine battery banks housed in containment boxes TruCharge 40-amp automatic battery charging system Intellitec Big Boy battery disconnects emergency start battery parallel solenoid battery isolators high output engine driven alternators Kohler 7.3 KW generator housed in a sound enclosure with closed fresh water cooling, raw water sea strainer, fiberglass muffler, Racor model 110A water separating fuel filter, remote start/stop, remote temp oil press gauges. single 50-amp shore service power cable 110-volt ground-fault-protected receptacles throughout cable television shore service connection telephone shore service connection sacrificial zinc annodes and full galvanic bonding system main power distribution panel with AC/DC magentic circuit breakers, a battery management panel, polarity indicators, and volt meter
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