balsa or foam, but all
through-deck fittings are encapsulated in fiberglass. The nonskid
pattern provides sure footing with a teak grabrail close at hand on the
cabin trunk. There are 11 opening stainless steel portlights and
five overhead hatches for ventilation. The boat we sailed had all Lewmar
hardware, including an Ocean System mid-boom mainsheet traveler and
LOA 35’ 9"”
LOD 33’ 10"
LWL 29’ 10”
Beam 11’ 4”
Draft 4’ 6”
Displace 13,100 lbs.
Ballast 6,100 lbs.
Sail Area 563 sq.ft.
Aux Yanmar 29 hp
Headroom 6' 3" Fuel 120 gallons
Designer: McCreary Water 105 gallons
beam well aft, allowing for a spacious
interior, especially in the after end of the cabin. There is a standard
V-berth forward, with private access to the head. The main saloon has
settees port and starboard and a drop down table which opens up the
saloon considerably when it is tucked away. I’d like to see larger
hatches in the beautifully finished teak and holly cabin sole to gain
quicker entry into the bilge.
The U-shaped galley is to port, with double sinks and a two-burner propane stove with oven. With a large icebox and a