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1989 Wilbur 34 Flybridge

Fredericton, New Brunswick


Hard to find downcast classic - the Wilbur 34 Flybridge; designed by Ralph Eliis.

"Kindred" is in exceptional condition and will pass the fussiest of inspections. 

Indoor stored since new constantly upgraded, improved and cared for by a knowledgeable owner.

Over 94% of her life has been spent in freshwater.

Strong Caterpillar 3208TA offers cruising speeds of 12-14knots and a WOT of 17knots.

Fully equipped for the cruising couple and offered in turnkey condition.

She was cruised in July 2021 and is not back in her boat house.

Personal showings can be arranged by prior appointment.


Stonington Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Sunnybrook Yachts.

Basic Boat Info

Make: Wilbur
Model: 34 Flybridge
Year: 1989
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 34 ft / 10.36 m
Length Overall: 34 ft / 10.36 m
Waterline Length: 32'3 ft / 9.83 m
Beam: 12 ft / 3.66 m
Displacement: 15,000 lb

Engines / Speed

Cruising Speed: 12 kn
Maximum Speed: 17 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 200 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 80 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 22 gal


Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Downeast


• Entire boat has been Awlgripped; Topsides – Flag Blue , Boot Strip - Snow White, Non-skid – Kadey Krogen Beige, Deck, House and Bridge - Insignia White
• Hull has been soda blasted, barrier coated with yearly application of ablative antifouling paint
• Custom polished stainless and teak safety and handrails throughout the decks, cockpit, and flybridge
• Polished stainless flybridge ladder with teak treads
• Solid fiberglass hull
• Protected prop and rudder
• Teak swim platform and transom door
• All exterior teak, wooded and built-up with 8 coats of Epifanes with maintenance topcoat every year.
• Paramax 7 salt water wash-down at cockpit and bow
• Shawn and Tenny Co. mast-boom and deck lights
• All windows and hatches removed anodized or painted, rubber gaskets replaced, glazing rebedded and units reinstalled.
• All deck hardware and handholds removed, core reefed, filled with epoxy and rebedded. Flybridge lifted and rebedded.
• All SS railings and ladder to flybridge replaced. All railing fasteners removed core reefed, filled with epoxied and rebedded.
• Spray rails and lifting strakes wooded, repaired, soaked with penetrating epoxy and painted.




Entire interior has been painted white with contrasting high gloss teak trim to give a herreshoff look.

Fwd. cabin offers 6'2" headroom with a 6'4" V-berth. Storage is along hullside shelves, in 2 cabinets below the berth, and in a bin forward and below the berth.

A cabinet door at the forepeak allows access to the anchor locker. A hanging locker and shelf is opposite the galley. Natural light and fresh air pour through a screened overhead hatch and 2 stainless steel screened cabin ports.

A clean white curtain draws across the fwd. cabin to create a private sleeping area. Aft of the hanging locker a Dickinson diesel heater is mounted.

Galley is just aft to port of the V berth with 6'2" headroom. Storage is in hullside slider cabinets with 2 stainless steel screened ports above for ventilation. Additional storage is in 4 drawers between the sink and stove, cabinet on the aft bulkhead and in a large cabinet under the sink for waste & recyclables. See "Galley" section for more details.

Enclosed head & shower stall are across to stbd with 5'9" headroom. A single basin stainless steel sink provides hot & cold pressure fresh water, with a mirror and stainless opening port above. Storage is in a cabinet under the sink with a shelf and in a cabinet under the counter next to the Groco Model K head. Shower stall has a seat, 12V overhead light, and stainless opening port for ventilation.

Main salon offers 6'2" headroom with a 6'6" settee to port that pulls out to create a berth. A custom captains chair and accent chair round out the salon furniture. Windows provide a panoramic view of the coast. Center windshield opens, as do windows to port, stbd, and aft, all screened, to create a terrific cross breeze. Storage is under the settee and in a cabinet with a shelf under the TV/DVD.

Cockpit Awlgripped in 2020. Storage is in a lazarette under the cockpit along with additional 2 floor hatches. A propane locker is fwd. to port of the cabin door.
Flybridge is accessed to stbd via a stainless steel stairway with teak treads. There are 2 pedestal mounted seats for the captain and mate and 2 folding deck chairs for passengers. Storage is in flip-down cabinets at the captain and mate seats and in 2 cabinets with shelves under the console.

Main Salon
• Herreshoff interior with white panelling and high gloss teak trim.
• Satin varnished teak & holly cabin sole.
• Updated cushions throughout
• Custom curtains
• Headliner, handholds and battens replaced
• Aluminum framed painted windows with sliders and screens
• Marineaire reverse cycle air conditioning and heat
• Chelsea clock & barometer
• Smoke/CO detector
• Majestic TV/DVD player
• FM/AM/MP3 stereo with iPod & USB inlets and flybridge remote 


• Stainless steel single basin sink
• Hot & cold pressure fresh water
• Hillerange 3-burner propane stove/oven
• Aluminum propane tanks, lines, regulator, and Gasmaster solenoid for safety
• Seafrost holding plate refrigeration and super insulated refrigerator with freezer bin.
• Counter tops replaced.
• Macerator pump, y valves, hoses, shower sump and toilet have been replaced.


Engine Electrical


• 12V DC electrical system
• 8D start battery
• 4 – Trojan 6v house batteries
• Electrical wiring sorted and arranged with new breaker panel etc.
• Promariner 1230 battery charger
• Additional 12V and 110V GFI outlets throughout boat
• 30 amp 120V shore power with galvanic isolation
• Westerbeke 5.0 KW BCD generator with 825 hours. All on engine wiring and sensors replaced. Heat exchanger and exhaust elbow cleaned with all new cooling hoses. Seawater pump rebuilt.


• All mechanical systems have been extensively replaced or updated over past 10 years.
• Caterpillar 3208TA 375HP at 2800RPM, serial #01Z15891, removed from the vessel in 2011, stripped completely to the block, and rebuilt with all Caterpillar parts - parts lists available upon request. Balmar100 amp alternator, exhaust riser and elbow rebuilt plus addition of a custom muffler. Engine mounts, stern bearings and packing replaced. Shaft knife added.
• Approximately 1370 hrs since rebuild
• All fill, engine, generator, plumbing, and sanitary hoses have been replaced.
• Installed fuel manifold, multiple fuel filters and all fuel hoses in lazarette. Fuel gauges calibrated and manual site gauge installed
• Fireboy fire suppression system
• 2 - 12V bilge pumps
• Edson manual bilge pump


• Furuno NAVnet 3D MFD8 color GPS chart plotter and 2kW radar, at both upper and lower helms
• C-Map charts for north eastern North America
• Furuno autopilot integrated with the MDF’s with control heads at both upper and lower helms
• Furuno FI-50 depth at both upper and lower helms
• Icom IC-M504 VHF at upper helm
• Icom Command Mic III at lower helm


• Fenders & dock lines, shore power cable
• All exterior canvas replaced, two set of exterior window covers
• Inside storage every year by all owners
• Lofrans 1000 electric windlass
• 35# plow in bow roller with 25' chain & 200' 5/8" rode in anchor locker
• Yard trailer and custom shed available

Owner's Comments

Complete and thorough update and refresh of all systems over past 10 years.

Three owner boat, freshwater kept for 30 years plus two summers in Maine. First owner kept boat in Wisconsin, second owner brought her to Maine in 2010 and started a complete rebuild, current owner brought her to NB in 2012 and finished update.

"Kindred" has been stored inside every winter by the three owners. Complete and thorough rebuild, replacement and refresh of all systems over past 10 years. "Kindred" is in exceptional condition.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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