How much does a Silverton 34 convertible cost?
The starting price is $12,500, the most expensive is $155,000, and the average price of $29,900. Related boats include the following models: 37 Convertible, 392 Motor Yacht and 42 Convertible. Boat Trader works with thousands of boat dealers and brokers to bring you one of the largest collections of Silverton 34 convertible boats on the market.
What other boats are related to the Silverton 34?
Related boats include the following models: 37 Convertible, 392 Motor Yacht and 42 Convertible. Boat Trader works with thousands of boat dealers and brokers to bring you one of the largest collections of Silverton 34 convertible boats on the market. You can also browse boat dealers to find a boat near you today.
What is a 34 convertible?
A powerboat built by Silverton, the 34 convertible is a convertible vessel. Silverton 34 convertible boats are typically used for overnight-cruising and saltwater-fishing. These boats were built with a fiberglass modified-vee; usually with an inboard and available in Gas.
What is the speed of the Silverton 34?
With four adults onboard and half a load of fuel the Silverton 34 produced the following speed-to-rpm readings. Speed to RPM: 6.5 knots @ 1000 rpm, 9.4 knots @ 1500 rpm, 14.3 knots @ 2000 rpm, 18.8 knots @ 2400 rpm, 20 knots @ 2450 rpm, 27 knots @ 2700 rpm
What kind of boat is the 2004 Silverton 34C?
2004 Silverton 34C A Fantastic Silverton 34C At A Very Attractive Price Point. Only 193 Hours On This Quality Vessel. She Is Well Powered With 8.1L Crusaders. The 34C Is Well Regarded For Sleek Modern Lines And Exceptional Functionality. She Offers A Large Bridge With Twin Captain Chairs, Full Beam Rear Seating, Arch And Impressive Helm.
What kind of generator does a Silverton 34C have?
This nice Silverton 34C is powered by twin Crusader 6.0L, putting out 375 HP each with about 1400 hours on each engine. There is also a Kohler 7KW generator with only about 20 hours on it. This Silverton is ready and able to provide you and your family with years of memory-making enjoyment on the water.