Sailboats - Cruising

35' Auxiliary Schooner

Having wide side deck and substantial bulwark topped with a rail make the deck traffic easy and safe and allow safe passage to the companionway on the side of the trunk. Being far from the cockpit it liberate this one from the traffic of the crew coming up and down.
The ladder lands on the galley area and the navigation table. The head is forward of the saloon.
A separate and comfortable aft stateroom will make the owner in total privacy, while the guest will find built in berth always ready for them, since they don’t have to transform the saloon settee in berth.
The 47 hp engine can be serviced from the cockpit through a hatch large enough to remove the engine without need of destructing the deck or accommodation parts.
The sail area is distributed in a way that handling the boat short handled is not a problem. All the sail are self tacking.
The cockpit is large without any built - in structure, making a great area to put some wickers chairs.

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