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Trident Marine Warrior 35

Hi all!
My wife and I are looking to slip away from land based life and become sea mammals. One of the boats on our possible list is the Trident Warrior 35, but I haven''t been able to find much info on it. Does anyone have any experience with this boat? A deck and cabin layout sketch would be great as well.
Thanks in advance for any help, and we look forward to joining you on the water!
Tom & Jane
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Trident Marine Warrior 35

I have a Warrior 35 for sale called ''Astina''.
She is moored in Bristol. Launched 1984, Mercedes 42hp, teak deck and interior. Eberspacher water heater and calorifier. Safety Certificate. Epoxied 1999. Roller reefing. Seven berths in 3 cabins. £28,000

Tel 07989 530895 for more details
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