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This H-35 is a 35' fiberglass sloop built in Finland in 1977 by Artekno OY and designed by the Hasse Groop. Between 1975 - 1986, 280 hulls were built. Named Diane, she has a 2019 Nanni diesel motor and has been well maintained professionally and sailed in Maine waters, primarily in the Mount Desert Island area. If you are in the market for a clean, well-built, good sailing vessel for family sailing, cruising, and racing at a reasonable price, Diane may be the sloop for you.
Built by the Artekno Boat Company in Finland, this H-35 is well-built with a solid fiberglass hull and deck assembly, a self-bailing cockpit, and a 3351 lb lead keel, making the boat safe in various wind conditions. Her low and sleek cabin profile houses the deck-stepped mast, cabintop teak handrails, and two opening hatches. The interior is made of varnished plywood and solid wood in a molded hull liner that is in good condition. White topsides with red cove stripe, blue boot stripe, and red bottom all in very good condition.
2019 Nanni 14 HP diesel, FWC. In like-new condition with just over 300 hours. 1" stainless steel shaft swinging a 2-blade folding bronze propeller.
Mainsail: Vermont Sailing Partners
Jib: Vermont Sailing Partners sail with roller furling
Aluminum mast and boom, fractional 7/8 rig, stainless steel standing standing rigging.
Fuel: 12 gallons (est) in one stainless steel tank
Water: One tank under cockpit
Holding: Bladder under vee berths
Propane tank under stern deck locker
One battery under helm seat locker, Master Switch, Electrical Panel for bilge pump, navigational lights, interior lights, autopilot.
Sleeps 5 in two cabins. Aft of the anchor locker is the forward stateroom with berths port and starboard with filler cushion to make one double berth. Storage below, shelves outboard, reading lights over both berths. An opening cabintop hatch provides good natural light and ventilation.
Next aft is the head. The manual toilet is to port with sink mounted above with cold water. To starboard is a large hanging locker.
Next aft through the door to the main cabin are berths/settees port and starboard with shelving outboard. The mast support pole is centerline and also supports the dining table. The galley is aft to port with a stainless steel sink, cold water, 2-burner propane stove, and an icebox. Formica counter top and shelves outboard, lockers below. The Navigation station is starboard with drawers below and shelving outboard, and aft is the large quarterberth. Aft centerline are the companionway steps with engine access, Master switch, and electrical panel. The entire cabin is varnished plywood and white ceiling. An opening overhead hatch and long side windows give the cabin good light and ventilation. Headroom is 5'8". The cabin sole is fiberglass with two teak hatches.
Up in the spacious self-bailing cockpit is seating for 6 comfortably with teak grate over the sole. There are two #30 self-tailing Lewmar winches and two #16 winches forward. The mainsail traveller is mounted below the companionway. Tiller steering, with autopilot, and large stern deck with hatches to rudder post and storage.
Between the stern and bow stainless steel rails are stainless steel lifelines. The only exterior varnished woodwork are the companionway hatches and the cabin top hand rails.
Garmin GPS Chartplotter
Datamarine 547 Depthsounder
Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS VHF
Autohelm 1000T Autopilot
Saturn Compass, bulkhead mounted
Berth cushions, cockpit cushions
Docklines and Fenders