The Ericson 35' Mark III is one of the most popular sailboats in it's size, age and price range. Designed by Bruce King , the 35 is well-balanced with good speed. Built with excellent quality throughout from the engineered triaxial hull grid for strength to a luxuriously finished full teak interior for comfortable onboard living. There is also top of the line deck hardware mounted on a simple, sensible deck layout for dependable safe sailing enjoyment. This Ericson 35' is in Fantastic Condition and is definitely worth your consideration.
A certain aura dwells in the Ericson 35. It's something in the graceful way it sails and behaves, looks and feels. Its form harmonizes perfectly with its function. The high-aspect rig, with tapered mast and double spreaders, produces less windage and lower weight aloft, and provides optimal performance in light to moderate winds.
A U-shaped galley has features to please the most exacting chef. Hot and cold pressure water run to a 10" deep stainless steel sink, chopping block insert, and fresh and salt water foot pumps.
Aft there is an insulated 6.5-cubic-foot ice box, and a second insulated 2.5-cubic-foot ice box forward. A gimballed, three-bumer CNG stove with oven, safety rail and removable countertop makes preparing meals a breeze.
There are abundant drawers, lockers and cabinets including a wine rack, trash compartment that opens to the cockpit and a tiltout dish caddy that holds 10 full place settings. A nav station with easy access to the cockpit stands to port.
Just aft is a spacious 6'6" by 4' double quarter berth with an opening port and dorade vent. The port dinette converts to a 6'6" by 4'1" double berth. Storage shelves and lockers hold liquor, glassware, books or whatever you wish to take to sea.
The Ericson 35 has an attitude toward privacy rarely found even on custom luxury yachts. Forward, behind a teak panel door, is the owner's stateroom with an astonishing array of amenities. A dressing area with a comfortable, cushioned seat. A unique hanging locker with room for sea boots. Other storage cuddies, drawers and shelves. And an enormous 6'6" by 5'6" double berth.
John MacPherson CPYB
Custom designed interior by S&S Fabrics - Ultra Suede extra thick interior cushions with Sunbrella matresses in V-berth and Quarter-berth. Four 22" square down pillows with Ultrasuede covers in coordinating colors for all berths.
NEW Head hoses & Macerator pump 2011
NEW 2 glasmat Marine Batteries 2014 & 2015
NEW Teak cabin-top handrails 2011
NEW Rule submersible bilge pump 2009
NEW Paraloc no-kink jib sheets 2008
NEW main halyard 2007; jib halyards 2007, 2008
NEW line & halyard clutches, 2 doubles,1 single, 2007
NEW Harken traveler plus traveler line 2007
NEW Harken mainsheet rig and mainsheet plus traveler line and mainsheet 2007
NEW Boomkicker boomlift/vang (replaces topping lift) 2007
NEW Alternator 2007
NEW Racor fuel filter 2007
NEW “pack-less” shaft fitting 2007
NEW line-cutting “spurs” on shaft 2007
NEW head holding tank level monitor 2007
NEW Blake & Lavac manual vacuum Head 2007
NEW Life lines 2006
Hull Completely re-gelcoated with NEW rub rail 1999
Mast re-Awlgripped with most hardware replaced 1999
RECENT VHF with Ram Mic in cockpit
The galley is well laid out with good counter space along with additional fold-away counter space. double stainless steel sink with pressure water, foot pump for both sea water and fresh water, an ice box with Norcold refrigeration. The CNG stove is a three burner with oven. There is good storage for dishes and food stuffs.
Raymarine fully integrated electronics and instruments package
all displays on Navpod AG225 pedestal
Standard Horizon VHF with ram-mike in cockpit
Questus backstay mount for Radar Dome Antenna
(2) NEW Interstate AGM glasmat Marine Batteries 2014 & 2015
30 amp shore power with cord
Guest Battery Charger 2003
Stern rail storage mount board (Ipe) for dinghy OB. 2015: New cockpit small storage box with soft door in location formerly used for engine controls; 2011: New teak cabin-top handrails; 2006: starboard deck from shrouds aft fully re-cored with original non-skid retained and meticulously color-matched.
2015: New jib sheets; New primary jib halyard; 2013: New headstay 2007: New main halyard & Spectra jib halyard (secondary); New Harken traveler custom-bent; New all-Harken mainsheet rig and sheet; Boomkicker rigid rod vang to replace topping lift; all New line clutches, 2 double, 1 single.
93 Marsh Road
Noank, CT 06340