I'm not really sure either. I don't think it's an official designation. More of a nickname is my impression.On the C34, the Mk 1.5 designation was where they merely notched the original transom. The “sugar scoop” happened later in the C34 production run.
1) I noticed that also. I've already put the inquiry in about the filler cushions for both the cocktail table and the starboard settee.1) The owner did the mod to the galley table. This was from a Mainsheet article some years ago. The original table was designed to compress the table pedestal to convert it into a double berth. This “cocktail table” mod was to make easier access around the table. Ask if the owner has the original table top and cushion insert. 2) the 65-amp alternator is an upgrade and it’s supporting arm is a recommended upgrade. I would ask them if it is externally regulated. 3) the Max prop is an owner upgrade. 4) I see numerous changes to the lighting fixtures so I assume the owner has been upgrading to LED.
2) "externally regulated". Sorry, don't know what that means.
3) I asked the broker if he knew of anything that might come up in the survey. He said that the prop was over-pitched to accomplish a performance issue for the current owner. Not quite sure what this means either.
4) If owner didn't switch to LED, I will be.