This performance racer/cruiser offers allot of cruising comfort in a race winning design. These fine boats offer Tartan’s unmatched quality which are equally suited for racing around the buoys, long distance offshore racing or as a performance cruising boat, what more could you ask for in a boat?
Designed by Graham & Schlageter and Lindy Thomas, the Tartan Thomas 35 combines excellent performance with an extremely comfortable and well laid out interior. Tartan quality is evident inside and out.
This boat appears to have been very well maintained and features lots of recent upgrades and new equipment including; New mainsail, New electronics, New bottom paint and Much, much more!
Please Contact Listing Agent Mark Davenport to schedule an appointment At
(310)804-7535 or Email; Mark@Seacoastyachts.com
Conceived by Lindy Thomas and designed by the team of Graham & Schlageter, the Thomas 35 was optimized to the IMS Rule and combines an excellent level of performance with a practical and comfortable interior. Deck design was a priority and the T35 features a 10ft long cockpit with contoured seats & top-level hardware. The rig is a double-spreader design with fractional fore-triangle. Below decks, the T35 offers full cruising comfort including hot and cold water, five large berths, full galley etc. Tartan's attention to detail is evident in the careful glass work, teak and holly sole and interior teak trim. All in all, the T35 is a well-designed, well-built boat offering sparkling performance and complete cruising comfort.
August 2018 out of water survey, attending surveyor condition remarks
"General condition was found above average for a vessel of this age. Maintenance and cosmetics were found to high standards. The hull was found fully sound and in seaworthy condition. No structural discrepancies were noted. The bottom was found free from any osmosis gel coat blistering problem. Engine and gear were run (at idle) during the course of this inspection and appeared to operate well. The engine compartment was found clean and neat. Engine our meter reads very low for a vessel of this age. The rig and rigging were found in satisfactory condition."
Large, double V berth forward with lockers and bureau. Next aft to port is the head and across is a hanging locker. The main cabin has port/starboard, 6'6" settees and port/starboard pilot berths with stowage outboard for a total sleeping capacity of 6. Teak fold down table for dining. Full sit down nav station is aft to starboard at the base of the companionway with the U-shaped galley across to port.
Cabin sole is teak and holly. Cabinetry and trim are hand rubbed teak and the overhead liner, completely removable for easy access to deck hardware. 8 opening ports, 2 overhead hatches and two solar vents all make for excellent ventilation.
Sails & Rigging
Keel stepped mast with double spreaders, Racing boom w/internal outhaul tackle, reef lines w/sheaves & stoppers, spinnaker pole, rod rigging, hydraulic backstay adjuster, 6 Harken winches (2-48A,2-40STA,1 #4STA, 1#32), adjustable genoa tracks, solid boomvang, New Harken roller furling, New Strong Track Mainsail system.
Deck Gear and Equipment & Anchor Package
Recent upgrades and maintenance performed in the last 12 months
Work done on Recent Haulout, 9/2018
Manufacturer Provided Description
The T35 is Thomas Marine's solution to the dilemma of combining racing performance with cruising accommodations at an affordable price. The T35 is a state-of-the-art design with high-performance capabilities wrapped around a practical, comfortable interior. The T35 is a Graham & Schlageter IMS optimized design whose performance ranks it with much larger yachts, yet whose one-design character will ultimately provide rating-free racing to avoid obsolescence and provide an interior suitable for cruising expectations. This yacht is built in accordance with ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) approved plans. Hull and deck are 100 per cent hand-laid biaxial fiberglass over balsa core. Exterior hull surface is laminated with vinylester resin to prevent moisture absorption. A fiberglass grid structure is bonded to the hull to distribute rig and keel loads. Special attention was given to deck design. The 10-foot long, T-shaped, self-bailing cockpit with contoured seats and backrests provides comfort and mobility while sailing. Quality deck hardware, such as Lewmar hatches and opening ports, Harken and Schaefer blocks, Sparcraft rig, and Barient winches, make it easy to concentrate on sailing. The mast is supported by double swept-back spreaders with no need for running backstays or babystays. The fractional rig with its large main means there is no need for a large, expensive headsail inventory. A complete set of running rigging is included. The interior is open, airy, and practical. The list of standard equipment is impressive: pressure hot and cold running water, stainless steel sink, icebox, shore power, seven large bunks including a V-berth, two-burner stove with oven, enclosed head with shower and a 28 hp diesel to push the yacht at 7 knots. Teak trim is used throughout to accent the easy-care gelcoat and Formica. Early sailing experience with the T35 shows her clear superiority in speed and comfort over all boats in her size range. Her speed is equal to that of most 42-foot boats. In light air she easily sails to her IMS rating and can carry her genoa in 20 knots of wind. In a breeze she's a delight to steer.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Owner's personal items excluded. Exclusions include, however are not limited to, Seller's personal possessions, loose items, binoculars, handheld radio(s), charts, tools, fishing equipment, spare parts, clothing and foul weather gear, galley equipment, linens/bedding and any items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.