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- ME, United States
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- Current Price:
- US$ 35,900
There is definitely something extra special about Bruce King's Ericson 35 MKIII (the MKlll has a deeper draft as well as a double spreader high aspect rig. Although nor designed as a "racer", the 35 sails with racer's efficiency. Note the narrow shroud base. This creates finer sheeting angles and allows a good sailor to ""gitty up and git".
Current condition is a testimony to the structural technology of the Ericson 35 MKlll. This fine example has a very fair hull, (no bulkhead stress points) and a gel coat that is in remarkable condition.
Down below you will find an abundance of teak, fine cabinetry and trim that has the optional interior varnish finish. Note: Cat Problem has had her teak and holly sole replaced/refinished to yacht standards. There is plenty of light with six opening ports, four fixed cabin ports and two "main sized" opening deck hatches.
Cat Problem has the "must have" cruise aboard creature comforts. A spacious head area with walk-in shower stall. The aft U-shaped galley includes a CHG 3 burner range with oven, deep stainless steel sink, great storage for cookware and provisions. A top loading 6 12 cu. ft. insulated ice chest.
The navigation station includes a lift-up chart table, chart light and easy access to the ship's 12v/110v electrical system.
Special price reduction; bring your best offer and go sailing in July!!!!
Please contact Master User at (207) 236-3149
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Additional Specs, Equipment, and Information
LOA: 35', 6"
Beam: 11', 4"
LWL: 28', 10"
Maximum Draft: 6', 2"
Displacement: 13000 lbs.
Ballast: 5200 lbs., lead
Engine: Universal f.w. c, built in 1984, 24 hp, 3 cylinder diesel
Tankage: fuel: 40 gallons, stainless steel, water: 85 gallons in (3) stainless steel tanks
Holding: 25 gallons plastic with mascerator
Hull and Deck
Hand laminated one piece monocoque fiberglass white gelcoat hull, blue gel coat boot top, white gelcoat deck with sand color non-skid molded in. Small stainless steel anchorroller forward, foredeck anchor locker. Double bow, stern pulpits, double lifelines with port and starboard gates. Reverse transom with boarding ladder. Cetol finished hand rails, custom teak "eyebrow", custom teak dorade base.
All lines lead to cockpit through Shaffer return blocks, two man sized deck hatches, traveller located in front of dodger, Sea Hood, inside genoa tracks, outside genoa tracks with cars, spinnaker pole, whisker pole. Pair of Barient #27 ST genoa winches (with covers), Pair Barient #18 jib halyard/main halyard sinches. Barient #19 ST sheet winch, Lewmar #16 mounted on stern rail for dingy haul-in. Adjustable backstay, humped shaped lazzarette sea withe storage underneath, large cockpit hatch starboard side. Wheel steering, pedestal guard, cockpit table. Elk hyde wheelcover.
Double vee berth forward, with filler/seat. Storage underneath, 2 opening ports, overhead deck hatch, port/starboard shelves, finished teak ceilings. Next aft to starboard is a combination hanging locker, small enclosed locker, (2) drop down storage lockers. A large head equipped with flush, vanity area and a shower stall with seat, shower curtain is opposite to port.
Main cabin has opening ports (4) fixed ports with curtains. All bulkheads and ceilings are varnished. Port and starboard settee berths (port settee is u shaped) that accommodates a high low dining table. Outboard storage over port and starboard settees. The teak and holly sole was completely and most professionally replaced a few seasons back.
A very functional galley is laid out aft starboard side including a 3 burner CNG range wit oven. Galley includes a top opening ice chest with a smaller top loading ice chest forward. A deep stainless steel sink pull it all together. Unique is the dish rack caddy that is located over the sink.
A double sized 1/4 berth is opposite to port, complete with a lift up chart table. The ship's electrical panel, 12V/110V is finger tips away on the port side bulkhead. Engine access is not a mystery on the 35. Thbe removable companion way stairs and a large shelf over the enging are quickly removable for complete engine access.
Standard Horizon CPS 160, Horizon VHF, C.A.R.D. radar indicator. Autohelm 4000, Ritchie binnacle compass, knotmeter, depth sounder.
Sails and Rigging
Double spreader masthead rig. Mast is tapered at the top for minimu m weight aloft and resistance. Spinnaker pole, whisker pole. Main sail/130 are cruiser laminate (about 15 years old), 150% genoa, tri radial cruising spinnaker, blue mail sail cover.
Foredeck manual windlass, blue cockpit dodger, cockpit awning. gas Magma grill, cockpit table with 2 winch holders, electric and manual bilge pumps, Force 10 cabin heater, clock and barometer, outboard motor bracket mounted on stern rail, 33 lb. Bruce anchor with 30' chain, 200' rode, 2nd anchor with rode and chain, miscellaneous docklines, large fenders.
24 hp, 3 cylinder fresh water cooled inboard, equipped with fuel filters, 55 amp alternator (hours unknown). Recessed instrument panel with tachometer, oil pressure, temperature guage, ampmeter fuel guage.
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.