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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » M - Boats starting with 'M' » Martzcraft

Martzcraft 35
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1 3204 Mon April 27, 1998
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Description: Martzcraft 35
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Review Date: Mon April 27, 1998 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 


My boat is beleived to be an early Roberts design before being taken over by Martzcraft. It is an Australian Design built in Australia.
Key features are its sturdy rig (built to charter survey),aft cabin and high freeboard. Generally built as a ketch rig but this on is a sloop rig.
The Yacht is very roomy for a 35 footer, has hydrolic wheel and extended fin keal.
Cockpit space has been sacrificed for interior space but still comfortable.
Overall, Im very satisfied with the design as a general cruiser. I am yet to take it on a long distance ocean voyage so cannot comment on this aspect, however this boat is a veterin of a dozen Queensland to PNG crossings and Australian coastal cruises.
I would like to see cable steering - but that is my preference.
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