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Maggie-K

 
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I have had my 35C for just a year and put over 3000 miles on her. She is a surprisingly good sailor in bad weather . Very little pounding nice balanced helm and no slouch. Have had her our in several gales and always felt secure. Construction is ahead of her time for an 86 boat, AME 3000 vinylester layup and a simple well laid out double spreader rig . She was built with attention to detail and quality . The layout below is just incredible. It has more usable space than most low 40 footers. There are a few quirks that can be overcome with a bit of thought but overall a really top notch boat. Very undervalued on the market due to being unknown only 35 were built. She can easily hold her own against new cruisers. Her lines are modern and it's hard to guess her age. Everyone who has been on board is very impressed.

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