The GLS series continues its powerful, entertainment-centered yacht line with the 34 GLS. The 34 GLS’s cockpit features two cockpit L-shaped seating areas. The portside seating has an adjustable backrest while the larger starboard side seating converts into a large, aft facing sunpad. The lower salon features an aft stateroom, a dinette that converts into a berth, fridge, and microwave.
The 34 GLS’s cockpit features two cockpit L-shaped seating areas. The portside seating has an adjustable backrest that when flipped in the aft facing position, makes a companion seat. On the larger starboard side, the aft backrest can flipped into the forward position to create a large aft-facing sunpad. There is also a personal, aft-facing seat on the port side to comfortably watch swimmers.
The 34 GLS OB is powered by twin or 300 Mercury Verados. The joystick piloting allows you to navigate with ease at the top speed of 46 mph or cruise at 37 mph with the 600 hp option.
The galley features a fiberglass inlay sink, fridge, grill, and storage.
The helm aboard the 34 GLS is impeccably designed with Simrad electronics and joystick piloting.
The bow seating features a table that easily converts into a sunpad, Rockford Fosgate speakers, and multiple cupholders. An optional foredeck shade keeps your guests nice and cool.
The lower salon features a dinette that converts into a spacious berth. The lower galley is compete with a fridge, microwave, and TV.
The aft stateroom aboard the 34 GLS features a custom sized berth, and personal reading lights.
The 34 GLS head features a sink, toilet, and standing shower. Storage hidden behind the mirror and underneath the sink allow you to tuck away personal items.
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