NOMAD | Little Harbor WhisperJet 34 | 34ft

Boothbay, ME, US


NOMAD | Little Harbor WhisperJet 34 | 34ft


Boothbay, ME, US


NOMAD is an exceptional example of the WhisperJet 34 Class and the only one of her sisters to have been re-powered (2013) with state-of-the-art common rail and fully electronic diesels. This distinction, along with exceptional care, light seasonal usage (with indoor storage), and consistent updating with improvements, make this spirited Express Cruiser a true standout.   

NOMAD offers a unique combination of high performance features: upgraded Cummins QSB 5.9 liter engines with 380 horses apiece on a modified deep vee hull; true shoal draft, thanks to her Hamilton Waterjets; easy and intuitive maneuvering in tight spaces and when docking, with a combination of twin waterjets and a powerful bow thruster (complete with joystick AND custom footswitches). 

Another signature feature of all WhisperJets is best-in-class sightlines for captain and passengers alike from the roomy bridge deck. Here one finds plenty of comfortable seating, an ergonomic helm and space for a large cooler.

Additional highlights include recent topsides paint, electronics upgrades, bimini with full enclosure and bridgedeck tonneau cover, autopilot, major waterjet service and windlass -- all details of which can be found in the listing.

NOMAD is reluctantly but seriously offered for sale by her original owners. She is being presented in full commission and ready to go for the summer, an ideal platform for a family to recreate with on the water. An awesome dayboat with a comfortable interior that allows for overnights and long weekends. Easily handled by one; enjoyed by many.

It is an absolute pleasure to represent this boat, and we welcome your interest.


  • Length: 34ft
  • Builder: Little Harbor Yachts
  • Beam: 12' 6"
  • Year: 2000
  • Displacement: 14000.00 lbs
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Engine: (2) Cummins, 380 hp
  • Speed: 30.00


  • Builder: Little Harbor Yachts
  • Designer: Ted Hood


  • Length Overall: 34.00 ft
  • Displacement: 14000.00 lb
  • Beam Measure: 12' 6"


  • Engine Brand: Cummins
  • Year Built: 2013
  • Engine Model: QSB 5.91 Common Rail
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 570
  • Engine Power: 380 hp

  • Engine Brand: Cummins
  • Year Built: 2013
  • Engine Model: QSB 5.91 Common Rail
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 570
  • Engine Power: 380 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (65 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (300 Gallons)


  • Number of double berths: 1
  • Number of heads: 1


  • Solid cherry interior trim, locker frames, drawer fronts, corner posts and hull ceilings with hand-rubbed finish
  • Teak and holly cabin sole; satin varnish
  • Comfortable V-berth (5” cushions) with filler which converts to seat when not in use; stowage outboard and above, port and starboard
  • Settees to port and starboard with shelving outboard
  • Hanging locker to starboard with shelf above and built-in drawer forward; storage locker and drawer to port
  • 12v lighting: (5) stainless dome lights, (2) Danish reading lights and (2) fluorescent lights in galley/head


Aft of the V-berth and settees and to port is the functional galley with plenty of counter space and storage.

  • Stainless steel galley sink with Grohe combo faucet/sprayer
  • Norcold 110/12V refrigerator (2020)
  • GE microwave oven with turntable on shelf above counter
  • Roller bearing drawer slides with Kroon-style flush positive latches

Aft of the galley and also to port is the roomy en-suite head and shower, with opening port and solar vent for light and ventilation.

  • Marine toilet with holding tank and discharge pump overboard
  • TankWatch III holding tank monitor
  • Nicro Fico solar vent with cherry frame; cherry-framed mirror
  • (3) Stainless towel bars
  • Shower sump with automatic pump and removable king starboard grate
  • Stainless sink with pull-out shower and adjustable height fixture


The bridge deck is the focal point of this design and serves as the prime entertainment area on the Little Harbor Express, with plenty of wiggle room, comfortable seating and the aforementioned best-in-class sightlines in all directions. The state-of-the-art helm station is located forward and to starboard, with full electronics and instrumentation and a helm chair. Forward to port is a companion pedestal chair to match the helm. An L-settee behind (with storage beneath) seats three to four comfortably.

Behind the helmsman's seat is an oversized cooler in teak chocks with Sunbrella cushion and backrest that provides additional seating as well as quick access to cold drinks. The entire bridge deck sole lifts open electrically, with a switch at the helm for excellent access to the engine compartment. The helm console is hinged for easy access to steering and electronics modules.

  • Aluminum windshield with interior teak covering board trim, exterior Awlgrip paint and large center opening panel
  • Teak louvered companionway doors with smoked Lexan panels and teak tri-fold companionway hatch, varnished bright
  • (3)  Pantograph wipers
  • Port and starboard washers
  • Custom oversized stainless-steel Destroyer wheel with leather cover
  • Stainless pedestal for Pompanette helm pedestal chair with adjustable height footrest
  • Binocular/drink holders outboard of helm
  • Teak covered board step to cockpit
  • Navy Top (Tan Stamoid) with removable side and aft curtain enclosure (tinted clear plastic) (all new, 2016). Top folds forward of windshield to lay flat on cabin top
  • Side curtains have large zip-open/roll-up panels
  • Tonneau cover, covers the bridge deck and may be used with the Navy Top up or down
  • L-settee with Sunbrella fabric, light tan with subtle stripe
  • Pompanette pedestal chairs with padded armrests covered with high-quality light tan vinyl to color match L-settee Sunbrella fabric
  • Pioneer stereo speakers mounted under L-settee, with flush-mounted, covered stereo controls on front of settee


  • Tabernacle painted aluminum radar and antennae mast; cockpit light; steaming/anchor light/GPS/VHF/AIS antennas
  • Teak side boarding steps
  • (2) Rod holders, cockpit coaming aft
  • Ensign socket and teak staff
  • Fresh water faucet
  • Fiberglass swim platform with nonskid
  • X-large opening hatch with removable storage boxes and access to jets beneath
  • Fairleads for docklines in coamings to vertical cleats mounted below
  • Stamoid mooring cover (2015)
  • Drop-down locker door to access storage beneath L-settee
  • Courtesy lights


  • Garmin GPSMAP 4210 multifunction display, chart plotter, radar (2014)
  • Garmin GMR 4kW xHD color radar scanner (2014)
  • Simrad autopilot (2017)
  • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS GX2100 VHF(2010)
  • Garmin GPSMAP 4208 Chartplotter (2010)
  • Raytheon ST60 Tridata speed/temp/depth
  • KVH 1000 compass
  • USCG approved navigation lights


  • 12 V/110 V control and distribution panel with voltmeter/ammeter
  • (2)  Engine starting (2016) and (4) House Batteries deep cycle
  • Tinned wire throughout; bonded system for all underwater hardware
  • Charles inverter/charger (2016)
  • Victron Energy digital multi inverter/charger control
  • Victron Energy SMV-72 battery monitor
  • Cole Hersee house battery breaker switch at panel
  • Engine alternators for battery charging, with automatic combiner
  • Split loom fire retardant conduits; separate for AC, DC and electronics wiring
  • 40-amp battery charger
  • Battery switching with Cole Hersee switches and selectors in engine room
  • Momentary parallel battery switch
  • 110 V/30 amp shore power with 50' cord
  • Reverse polarity indicator  
  • 110 V outlets at galley and head, with GFCI
  • 12 V outlet at helm


  • (2)  Cummins QSB 5.9l Common Rail electronic diesel engines, 380 hp each, with Vessel View smart craft gauges (all new 2013)
  • Hamilton 273 WaterJets, with major overhaul by Hamilton (@$25k) (2018/2019)
  • ZF Transmissions and drive shafts (2013)
  • Isolation engine mounts
  • WhisperJet sound barrier (ultrasonic insulation around engine boxes; muffler wraps and gaskets on all openings)
  • Custom Soundown exhaust mufflers with discharge through transom
  • Morse throttle/clutch controls
  • Bennett trim tabs with indicators
  • Hydraulic steering
  • Racor fuel filter/separator
  • Groco bronze sea strainer for cooling water
  • Bronze thru-hulls and ball valves below water line in engine compartment
  • Engine room vents painted to match gel coat on deck
  • Engine room lighting
  • Automatic oil change system (2016)
  • Bow thruster with footswitches and joystick control (2010)
  • (2)  Fuel tanks, 150 gallons each, welded aluminum
  • Hot water heater: 6-gallon with heat exchanger off of engine (2011)


Hull is Awlcraft Jade Mist green (2011) with single white boot stripe, molded-in gold cove stripe and red bottom.

Corecell A550 foam-cored hull bottom; Corecell A500-cored topsides with knitted bi-directional E-glass with Vinylester osmosis barrier resin with Kevlar hybrid throughout the hull and lightweight composite carbon-grid stringer system. Main bulkheads are FRP laminated with marine grade plywood. There is a molded rubrail with stainless striker.


  • Cored deck with sprayed Awlgrip nonskid, cream gelcoat and cream non-skid
  • Fiberglass bowsprit with anchor roller
  • Lewmar up/down anchor windlass with remote at helm and foot switches at bow with 100ft chain (2011)
  • Hawse hole with stainless steel cover for second anchor rode
  • Bruce anchor with stainless steel swivel to chain
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit with flag socket and rail
  • Stainless steel bow rail 1.25” with angled stanchions
  • (6)  Stainless steel Herreshoff-style mooring cleats at bow, amidships and stern
  • (2) Stainless bow chocks
  • Varnished teak cap rail with stainless steel chafe guard strips at cleats; teak drip rails
  • (4)  Lewmar opening portholes
  • Lewmar anodized aluminum opening deck hatch; second cabin trunk hatch with screen
  • (4) Wichard folding stainless steel padeyes (for fenders)


  • Throw ring mounted behind L-settee in cockpit
  • Retractable swim/boarding ladder beneath swim platform
  • Stainless double trumpet horns
  • FE 241 Fireboy Halon fire control system with auto engine shutdown
  • (3) 12 V bilge pumps with automatic switches
  • (2) Fire extinguishers: (1) at helm and (1) to port of companionway
  • High water bilge alarm with test panel at helm


  • Fenders with covers
  • Dock lines


NOMAD is a perfect dayboat, comfortable with 6-8 adults and children. She is a nice cruiser for two. We have enjoyed her along the coast of Maine for twenty years, and are now sizing down - a little wisdom with age. We have tried to maintain NOMAD as new. Build records will convey with the sale and all service records shared with a serious buyer.


The owner’s personal effects are excluded from the sale.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



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