When new, the Meridian 341 cost over $650k. This used, 2008 model is just $130k and benefits from two exclusive options: twin diesel Cummins motors, and a twin helm.
eWaves II is a stylish boat that’s easy to drive and makes anyone feel at home when they step on board. Packed with features that you would normally find on a much larger yacht, this Meridian 341 is an ideal weekend cruiser for boaters looking for a more luxurious way to spend time at sea, or cruise out to Malaysia, Indonesia or Thailand.
The main saloon has almost 360 degree visibility thanks to the wide windows which are all fitted with hidden Venetian blinds for the times you want to close out the rest of the world.
Forward of the saloon is the galley, sitting on both sides of the passageway leading towards the forward accommodation. One side is a large preparation area and electric hob with drawers and cupboard space underneath. On the opposite side an area with a splash back, sink, fridge, microwave and a pantry cupboard.
One of the extremely rare (and expensive) options fitted to eWaves II is the 2nd helm, sitting on the starboard side adjacent to the galley. An ideal layout for owners socialising with their friends and family on board as well as extremely convenient and comfortable during inclement weather. All controls and electronics are mirrored in the traditional flybridge helm directly above.
Moving further forward and down a few steps, you enter the accommodation area. The main cabin is in the bow, benefitting from the width with an island-berth double bed, TV, plenty of storage including full-height hanging space for clothes, lots of natural light from the windows and hatch, and of course, air-conditioning.
The mid-cabin is set amid-ships, directly under the helm and saloon, has 2 single berths that can be joined together with filler cushions to form another large double berth. Again this cabin benefits from good storage space, natural light and air-conditioning.
Both cabins share access to the surprisingly spacious head, complete with wash-basin and separate full-height shower cubicle. The hot water tank and water pump located in the main engine rooms ensure ample running hot water.
Aft of the saloon, the large aft deck area has another sofa, access to the generator, freshwater shower, extended swim platform with ladder, and the staircase to arguably the best feature of this yacht – the large Flybridge.
Fitted with all new camper canvas and clears in 2019, the flybridge comfortably seats 6-8 adults in comfort, with lots of storage, drinks holders and a cocktail table attached to the wrap-around sofa.
The helm position gives a commanding view of the seas, with 360 degree visibility, Raymarine electronics.
Regularly serviced, well maintained, low (550) hours on the engines (last services August 2019) and generator (May 2019), hauled out August 2019 for antifouling and polishing. This yacht is ready to go and priced for a quick sale.