Malo 34

79,950 Tax Paid | Plymouth, Devon United Kingdom


  • Make Malo
  • Model 34
  • Year 1994
  • LOA 34ft/10m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 7
  • Cabins 2
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 37830
  • Name Olympia II


Malo 34 built in 1994 - A fine bluewater cruising yacht built to the highest standards of yacht construction at the time, where only the best would suffice in both materials, design and construction. Recommissioned by her current Owner since taking ownership in 2016, 'Olympia' is now very well equipped for long-distance cruising with the family, with crew or single-handedly. Originally spec'd with the larger Volvo engine, she has been continually upgraded over the years with additions to her extensive inventory including coppercoat, replacement sails, hydrovane, cabin heating, Axium chartplotter, digital radar, AIS, solar panels, full cockpit tent, Fusion entertainment system, LED lighting, liferaft and much more.
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Malo 34
Built by Malo Yachts of Sweden in 1994
Hull #176

Kevlar reinforced polyester hull and deck mouldings incorporating long fin keel with integral ballast.
Cream hull with blue pigmented sheer line with teak fender running the length of the hull matching the deck, coach roof and cockpit areas.
Semi balanced rudder supported by a three-quarter length skeg, controlled by a leather covered steering wheel arrangement.
Teak deck, cockpit sole and seating (Boracol applied annually).
Wiper arms and blades fitted on fixed screen (2018).
Hull epoxied from new
Antifouled completely removed (2018)
Hull re-epoxied, 3 coats for most and some parts (hi-wear), 4-5 coats of International Epoxy (2018)
Coppercoated applied, 8-9 coats (2018)
Anodes replaced (2020)
Annual maintenance on hull: polish and wax with marine products to the hull.

LOA- 10.6m
LWL- 8.25m
Beam- 3.23m
Draft- 1.67m
Displ- 5.0 tonnes
Ballast- 2.4 tonnes
Fuel tank- 220L
Water tank- 220L
*All figures are approximate


The rig type is of a sloop design, manufactured by Selden Masts, and is of silver anodised aluminium construction.
Preferred slab-reefing mainsail option with cars.
Roller-reefing headsail, Furlex.
Backstay tensioner for performance enhanced sailing.
Aluminium shroud covers.
Spinnaker pole.
Rutgerson blocks, traveller, etc.
Spinlock clutches.
New Standing rigging (2016).
New boom kicker gas strut (2016).
New running rigging (2016).
Single line reefing (in-boom) fitted for Reef 1 and Reef 2. Reef 3 twin line reefing to cockpit with twin leads (2016).
All appropriate lines at mast taken back to the cockpit, with new clutches and bespoke stainless supports (2016).
Folding mast steps fitted for ocean passage potential - ease of maintenance of mast and rigging (2016).
Hydrovane self-steering Wind Vane fitted (2016) incl. boarding stern steps cut down to facilitate access with Hydrovane in place.
New boom bag for new sails along with stack pack systems and lazy jacks (2016).
Sheet bags mounted in cockpit (2016).
New jackstays fitted (2016).
Preventer fitted beneath boom with line taken back to cockpit (2018).
Removable inner forestay fitted (2019).

2x Genoa Winches - 2 speed self tailing Andersen 40
2x Spinnaker sheet Winches - 1 speed self tailing Andersen 12
2x Halyard Winches - 2 speed Andersen 16
2x Winch handles - Andersen

North Sails - New Genoa, with best cruising sail cloth, padded luff - special order (2016).
North Sails - New Mainsail, with best cruising sail cloth. 3 reefs, sail number (as per original specification) - special order, made to fit the existing cars on the mast (2016).
Westaway Sails - Storm jib (2018).
Fully battened mainsail (age unknown).
Roller furling Genoa (age unknown).
Westaway Sails - Cruising chute (age unknown, lightly used).


The forward cabin has a spacious 'V' berth with infill and ample hanging space finished in a solid Mahogany surround.
The aft cabin is set to port and again provides fantastic accommodation and makes a superb sea berth for long passages.
Saloon with U-shaped seating to port with settee opposite around a drop-leaf table. The main saloon converts to a spacious double berth to port with a single berth to starboard.
To starboard is the forward facing chart table with red and white lights, and access to switches, dials and instruments.
The 'L' shaped galley is to port, which is great when at sea as you can brace yourself easily, equipped with gas stove and oven, twin stainless steel sinks, hot/cold pressurised water, built-in top-loading fridge with Isotherm compressor and plenty of storage.
Large heads compartment with a shower, Jabsco sea toilet and hand basin. Hot/cold pressurised water (the hot water tank will hold about 20L).

As you would expect from Malo Yachts the cabin is finished superbly with mahogany wood furniture and a teak and holly floor covered in protective carpets.
Bespoke carpet set made and bound (2016)
All upholstery is finished in a pale blue pattern.
Anti-sweat damp bedding mat fitted for all berths (2016)
New lee cloth fitted in saloon under starboard berth (2018)
Door locks and handles serviced, as needed (2017)
Full service of the heads and plumbing - All pipe work replaced, new fitment of an anti-syphon valve to prevent accidental flooding of the heads and bilge. Anti bacterial toilet flush fitted (2017).
Eberspacher heating with hot-air outlets in all cabins.
Curtains throughout.


Volvo Penta MD 2040 40hp Diesel
Hours run unknown.
Cruising speed 5/6 knots.
Annual pre-season engine service: oil and filter change (most recent, 06/21)
Engine clean, oil change, filters, impeller, fuel filter, change cool coolant/antifreeze (2016).
Gearbox service (2016), oil change (2018, 2019).
New engine mounts and re-alignment (2019/2020).
New starter motor and solenoids fitted (2020) plus emergency secondary engine start (2020).
Installation of additional in-line fuel filtration system (can be used to 'polish' fuel) with built-in alarm (2019).
Additional fuel bleed and priming bulb for convenience/emergency situation with washable filters and glass holder fitted (2019).
New cutlass bearing and stern gland (2019) - practically zero use since.
Raw water pipe and feed beneath engine replaced along with armour pipe to cover (2018).
Digital Marine exhaust temperature monitor fitted with alarm and cockpit monitor reader unit (2016).
New Darglow feathering prop fitted to shaft (2018).
VP single lever control.
Bow thruster.

30amp battery charger.
3x domestic batteries, AGM 12v 80HR (2020).
1x engine battery.
Smartgauge Advanced Battery Management System
Re-siting of domestic house batteries from the engine bay to saloon by the mast, to shorten the high-amp demand from the bow thruster and windless, wiring loom demands (2017).
220v shore supply and cable.
Electrical service of all earthing and battery terminals (2018).
Earthing solenoid replaced (2018).
All cabin lights changed to LED fittings (2016).
New LED for navigation at chart table (2016).
Voltage monitor replaced (2020).
2x PV Logic 100w high-output semi-flexible solar panels mounted on coachroof (2020).
2x charge units and modulation devices fitted to allow Bluetooth monitoring of solar panels (2020).
Hi-output 12v socket fitted to cockpit for inflation of tender (2017).

Fuel 220L (50 gallons) Stainless tank.
Water 220L (50 gallons).
Holding tank 70L (15 gallons).

Pressurised hot & cold water.
New calorifier and pressure relief valve (2016).
Domestic drinking water filter system plumbed in (2016).
Water tanks serviced and cleaned annually.
Hot & cold transom shower.

Gas equipment tested and serviced (2016 & 2020).
New long life fire extinguishers (2016).
New gas line and change to Propane 6kg (2019).


At helm:
Suunto steering compass.
Raymarine Axium 9" chartplotter with AIS (2014).
New Standard Horizon VHF remote microphone and speaker (RAM unit), fitted in cockpit for single handing (2017/18).
Raymarine P70 autopilot control head (2018).
Replacement of Raymarine, wheel steering power unit (2018).
Autohelm ST50 Navdata
Raymarine i50 depth display (2018).
Raymarine i50 speed display and new impeller unit (2018).
Raymarine i60 Wind display (2018).
At chart table:
Raymarine RC400 portable chartplotter.
Autohelm ST50 GPS.
Autohelm ST50 Multi Instrument Display.
New Standard Horizon GX2000 DSC VHF transmitter fitted, integrated with Raymarine AIS transponder (2017).
iPad Raymarine monitoring (Bluetooth) available

Latest software and firmware updates.
Integration with the Raymarine AIS unit.
Raymarine latest Digital Radar (2017).
Masthead lights changed for LED Aqua Signal unit, for sailing and anchoring (2016).
*All wiring new to units, as supplied by Raymarine.
**Integration with existing repeaters at the chart table, all updates completed.
***Integration with the chartplotter.

Lofrans electric windlass with remote and cockpit controls (solenoids and switches checked and serviced in 2016).
Anchor with chain (approx. 35m) and warp.

New Ocean Safety 4-man cannister life raft with hydrostatic release (2016) - next service due Sept 2022 - mounted on pushpit, starboard.
Mast head foghorn loudspeaker fitted (2016).
LED rear white light fitted (2016).
New Jon Buoy emergency aid (2016).
Dan buoy.
Horseshoe lifebuoy.
Rescue sling.
Emergency ladder on transom.
New smoke alarm in saloon (2016).
New carbon monoxide alarm in saloon (2016).
Service and checks on all bilge pumps and equipment (2016).
Bilge pump (new float switch fitted 2018).
Emergency tiller
Deck light.
Teak grab rails on coachroof and sides of arch.

Large inlaid teak cockpit table with MALO motif.
Second (smaller) cockpit table attached to binnacle.
New dodgers (2016).
New cockpit canopy and tent (2020).
New stainless steel frame for canopy/tent (2020).
New stainless steel davits (2018).
Fusion MS-UD650 Marine Entertainment System (2018) with Fusion cockpit speakers.
Fusion marine speakers fitted (2018).
Outboard bracket on pushpit.
Mid-ship cleats.
Fenders and warps.
Flag halyards.

*Note - Dinghy and outboard available by separate negotiation.

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