Corvette 340: Legendary sea keeping, exquisite build quality, astonishing accommodation, incredible exterior deck space, are only a few words that can describe this exceptional and heavily built trawler design. Her unique and wide hull offers a stable and reassuring ride at both high and low speeds, this coupled with a huge array of equipment fitted as standard are but a few of the many benefits to owning a new Corvette 340.
Corvette 340 exterior: For those who like to cruise with the sea air, there really is no better place to be than at the upper helm, with comfortable seating for the skipper and up to six guests, plus seating and a table on the aft deck for further four-six guests, the word space ship springs to mind. From wide, safe and standard teaks decks to heavy duty stainless steel guard rails and deck hardware, the Corvette 340's exterior is a safe, practical and pleasurable place to be.
Power and Performance: The Corvette 340's semi-displacement hull form is so unique it defies logic; however, her rounded centre section of hull and ¾ length keel means she acts like a displacement hull at low speeds in heavy weather with the added benefit of incredible stability from her larger and outer chines. At semi-displacement speeds of 12 -24 knots the sheer power from her standard twin 300hp shaft drive engine installations force the rounded hull section to semi-plane, this combination allows the hull on a full lock to turn dead flat in the water, again, offering exceptional stability. When the going gets tough and the rest are heading back to port the Corvette 340 offers a reassurance to carry on.
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|Fuel||235 US gal'||30,000 kg|
|Water||135 US gal||3,880 litres|
|Main Engines||Twin Yanmar, 6LP||315hp|
|Optional Engines||Twin Cummins QSB||330hp|