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Sessa Key Largo 34
Draft (max): 3'0"
Displacement (approx.): 11,464 lb.
Transom Deadrise: 16 degrees
Bridge Clearance: 8'6"
Max Cabin Headroom: 6'5"
Fuel Capacity: 317 gal.
Water Capacity: 57 gal.
Max Horsepower: 700
Available Power: Twin Yamaha or Mercury outboards
Abovedecks, the cockpit layout for the Key Largo 34 is focused on entertainment. The entertainment center is built into the leaning post behind the helm, centrally located for access from the L-shaped aft lounge. It features a stainless-steel sink, cabinets with fiddled shelves, a two-burner electric grill and both a refrigerator and an ice maker. I really liked the beefy stainless-steel grab handle as well. The cabinet doors are adorned with teak panels.
For that matter, the entire cockpit sole is lined with teak, as are the twin swim platforms to either side of the outboards. The cockpit table? Teak. One of my favorite features has to be the portside dive door, which features a fold-out boarding (or swim) ladder that sports teak steps.
The helm features twin high-backed seats with flip-up bolsters that provide excellent comfort whether sitting or standing. An armrest in between harbors storage for phones and glasses or paper charts. The stylish two-tone dash has enough space to flush-mount an optional Raymarine C125. The curved windshield lends itself to the boat’s sporty lines, but I wish it were a little taller.
With the center-console configuration, one might be confused into thinking the Key Largo 34 could double as a fishing boat. The bow configuration should dispel that notion. In keeping with its Mediterranean roots, the bow sports an oversize sun lounge with an angled backrest on the front of the console. The plush, comfortable cushions remove for access to the windlass system and chain stop. There’s also a large storage space for dock lines and bow fenders. The bow rails are stylish yet functional, being taller than knee high, and provide a handhold along the walkways to the bow.