35 Mark II
2 sets of sails,
Yanmar 30 hp diesel, with 320 hrs.
self steering MONITOR wind vane, To see a write-up on the MONITOR WIND VANE http://www.selfsteer.com/products/monitor/index.php
reviews about this type of boat include the following
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Dining table seats 4 and drops down to make a double berth. Storage under the seats has stainless ventilation. Interior is "NOT MUSTY" smelling because a dehumidifier has been running continusiouly off shore power while the boat has not been in use.
The Starboard side of the main salon has a full length single bunk. It is fitted with lee cloths. The interior mahogany needs a little touch up with varnish.
The galley is on the port side just inside the companionway. The stove is a propane Stainless Steel Force 10 stove with 2 top burners and an oven. The propane cut off switch is mounted behind the stove on the spice rack. To the left is the refrigerator compartment with a cleat as the handle. The refrigerator is an Adler Barber "cold machine". The fixed (non opening) port over the stove has been replaced with an opening "Bomar" port. You can see the bottom of the port and one of the 2 closing "dogs".
Opposite the galley is the Navigation station with chart table and the quarter berth on the starboard side. Under is quarter berth is storage. You can see the top of the storage locker with the 5 gallon bucket sitting on it. To the right in the picture is a "wet locker" and the corner of the companionway engine cover with steps down to the cabin sole.
This is the head. On the right you can see the sink counter top and the storage under the sink.
Here is the sink in the head.
This is looking through the doorway into the V-berth. Currently it is the sail storage locker.
Hanging lockers and shelves are on the right.
The forehatch is above the v-berth.
This is the engine cover and steps from the companionway down to the cabin sole. The top of the engine cover needs a good coat of varnish. The electric control panel is recessed under the companionway.
This is the YANMAR 3GM30 deisel that has 325 hours on it. This motor is fresh water cooled and has a heat exchanger.
It burns about 1 quart/hour and there is a 20 gallon diesel tank which gives 80 hours of engine time.
This is a picture of the bilge showing the aft keel bolts and the bilge pump automatic switch.
This is a picture of the bilgs and the Forward keel bolts. The bilge "RULE" bilge pump is also shown. There is also my left foot in the picture. It DOES NOT go with the boat.