The Swift Trawler is expanding, and has been joined by the Swift Trawler 34. This new edition remains faithful to all the virtues that have made its predecessors so successful. It features a semi-planning hull with extraordinary seakeeping capability, similar to those of her senior siblings, the 42 and 52. This new model is a collaborative effort between Joubert-Nivelt and the BENETEAU design team, incorporating many of the design goals keenly important to all; safety and economy at speeds others envy.
The Swift Trawler 34 inherits its overall visual appeal from her bigger sisters, with a stylish wheelhouse and large fly bridge, complete with optional mast for easy dingy handling and stowage. The fly bridge is surprisingly spacious and extremely comfortable. The interior living areas are accessed via a 3-panel sliding glass door that creates a perfect feeling of openness. A convertible saloon settee easily converts to a double berth to starboard for additional guests. The lower hall leads to the port guest cabin, a big starboard head and a generous owner's cabin with a queen island berth and tons of storage space. The Swift Trawler 34 is extremely roomy, with a saloon, galley and owner's cabin comparable in size to the accommodations offered in many 40 footers. All this while the superb finish and woodwork matches.
Draft: 3 ft. 3 in.
Beam: 13 ft. 1 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 211
Water tank capacity: 85