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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Rockland, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 42,000
"The J/35's appeal endures today for the same reason the boat was immediately popular when it was introduced 16 years ago-because, in the words of Bob Johnstone, "it is a magical boat that turns good sailors into great sailors"." Bill Schanen, Sailing Magazine
Christel is one of the nicest versions of this model to hit the market for quite some time. Beautiful paint job, clean decks, smooth bottom and obvious signs of detailed maintenance by a knowledgeable owner. Christel has not been raced and has been used by her owners as a fast coastal cruiser.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 35 ft 5 in
Beam: 11 ft 8 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 9 in
Displacement: 10500 lbs
Total Power: 22.5 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1984
Engine Model: 3GM
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 22 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (30 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Entering the main cabin from the companionway steps the interior opens up to a large main cabin. Starting port aft is a quarter berth with a port light for ventilation and a storage shelf outboard forward.
Moving forward along the port side is the galley, it features storage above the work surface, a large stainless steel sink, cover above stove, gimbaled 2-burner alcohol stove and storage below sink. Lighting is supplied by a dome light attached to the bulkhead aft of the sink.
- Stainless steel sink
- (2) Burner alcohol stove
Moving forward is a settee with a shelf storage above, pocket storage behind the backrest. It features a reading light mounted on the bulkhead, placed forward of the settee and a kerosene light on the forward bulkhead as well. The saloon table is inboard and has drop leafs and storage inside table top. It also has a teak handrail above extending back into the galley.
- Teak overhead handrail port in salon/galley
- Reading light
- Kerosene lamp
Forward of the salon is the forward cabin that features a manual marine head aft to port, (2) pipe berths in the v-berth, cut-out to the chain locker and a large overhead deck hatch.
- Jabsco manual marine head – 2014
- Pipe berths, port and starboard, forward cabin
Turning aft to starboard you enter the starboard side of the salon that features a settee with shelf storage above and pocket storage behind the backrest. A reading light is attached to the bulkhead forward of the settee and a handrail is above attached to coachroof extending back to the navigation station.
- Teak overhead handrail starboard in salon/navigation station
- Reading light
Aft of the settee to starboard is the navigation station, it has shelf storage above work surface, (3) drawer storage below work surface, a suite of electronics. It has a ice box with access through the top of the work surface, and dome lighting on the upper end of the bulkhead just aft of the navigation station.
- Ice box
Continuing aft and to starboard is a second quarter berth that features a 12 volt electric panel, shelf storage above and the forward end of the bunk, ventilation overhead from an inboard port light into the cockpit.
- DC electric panel
Turning inboard and behind the companionway ladder is the engine box. The box can be removed, giving great access to the Yanmar 3GM engine.
- Offshore mainsail, d$mp, 2 reefs, full batten – 2012
- North Sail 100% #2 Nordac Genoa – 2010
- North Sail asymetrical spinnaker - 2010
- Bohndell #1 jib (mylar & Kevlar) – New condition
- Spinnaker staysail (mylar) – New condition
- Spinnaker – Very good condition
- Garmin GPSmap 840xs – 2015
- Navico Tiller Master
- Navman Depth 3100
- Navman Wind 3100
- Navman Speed 3100
- Contest compass
- Standard Horizon GPS Chart 150
- Standard Horizon Matrix VHF
- Audiovox cassette stereo with interior speakers
- Navman Repeat 3100
- Backup VHF
- Strong System sail track and slide system – 2012
- Harken MKIII jib reefing and furling system
- (2) Harken 46 2-speed self-tailing primary winches
- (2) Barient 28’s 2-speed on coachroof
- (2) Barient 24’s 2-speed on coachroof
- Harken traveler
- Forespar boom kicker – 2011
Laminated wooden tiller with aluminum extension – 2011
- Delta primary 22 lb anchor – 2014
- Bow roller - 2014
- Lifelines – 2011
- Stanchion bases – 2011
- Boarding ladder – 2011
- (4) Teak handrails on coachroof
- Teak toe rail on foredeck, port and starboard
- (1) Starting battery – 2015
- (2) House batteries – 2015
- DC electric panel
- 12 volt/30 amp alternator
- High volume manual bilge pump
- Rule electric bilge pump manual/automatic
- Rule high water alarm
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