Bermuda 34ft

sister mould was launched for the 1969 season.

With one less bedroom the 34ft Bermuda class was otherwise very similar to her big sister, in both appearance and layout, with all the popular features including:
*Aft mounted engine for quiet cruising
*Spacious saloon with double bed that could remain made up and simply folded upwards out of the way during the daytime
*Warm air central heating/power ventilation
*Galley with all facilities including electric fridge
*Spacious forward cockpit with moulded seating

This new craft was to go on and be equally successful as her bigger sister and they were also built in high numbers.

Although the last two official Bermuda’s completed their last season in 2005 season several of the Bermuda design still run on hire today under different names. Most have refitted or updated interiors, and many are still going strong in private hands

Standard layout

Inside a Bermuda style craft in 2006. Despite some updating the original fitout is still evident in these four pictures of a Bermuda- “Broadland Lass 2”

Bermuda D308 out of the water during her last hire season in 2005.

The new 34ft Bermuda, at home in Horning with her bigger sisters - The Caribbean

Such was the success of the Caribbean that after three years service a much needed smaller

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