Semi-Custom Caribbean Ocean Cruiser with Rare 4.0 Draft!
“Designed for the experienced sailor stepping up from a smaller boat who wants to sail offshore…The boat’s speed and maneuverability in light air is impressive. The Scheel keel provides shoal draft with minimal cost to performance. The boat points well and goes as fast as other boats that we might call ‘moderate-performance cruisers’…Practical Sailor. September 2014 ”
A semi-custom sailboat nicely outfitted when originally commissioned, highlights include; roller furled genoa, full cockpit enclosure, flexible solar panels that zip into the bimini, dinghy davits, bow thruster, electric Lewmar self-tailing winch, 4 KW diesel generator, Air Conditioning, Radar, Shoal Draft 4.0, ICOM SSB and weatherfax. Modified cutter-rigged with staysail flying!
She has been well maintained and shows it! Priced to Sell! Call now for a showing!
“Gerry Hutchins and crew have built a well-designed cruising boat. It'll do well from the shallow Bahamas cruising grounds to the rigors of Lake Superior and everything in between. From a hot and cold cockpit shower to a custom stainless bow pulpit with two built-in anchor rollers, from the foot of her keel-stepped mast to a roller-furler for her headsail, the 35 encompasses an impressive array of what's best for cruising today. She incorporates innovation where innovation counts while maintaining clean lines and brushes of tradition…Captain Thom Burns publisher, Sailing Breezes.”
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Mainsail, full batten, loose foot, two reef points
Dutchman mainsail flaking system
Standard Horizon GX1700 VHF radio in cockpit with RAM mic at nav station
Vyacht multiplexer/ Wifi access point
Yacht thruster external bow thruster with dedicated battery and charger
Lewmar 40EST EVO ELS-Series Electric Self Tailing Winch, coachroof, stbd
Two Trojan Group 27 house batteries
200ft G4 anchor chain
Westerbeke Diesel 30B 27 HP with 1270 hours
4 KW Diesel generator:
Fresh water cooled, with stainless steel sound enclosure, control panel with ship/shore switch & gauges
Spars, Sails & Rigging
Keel stepped anodized aluminum mast.
Mainsail - Dacron, full batten, Dutchman flaking.
2 single line reefing systems.
Genoa - 135% Dacron on Harken roller furling, with acrylic canvas sun strip.
Roller furled Staysail
All Harken deck hardware.
All sail control lines led to cockpit.
A total of six winches:
"L" shaped galley
Double stainless sink with retractable hot/cold spray faucet.
2 burner, gimbaled Origo stove with oven
Large icebox with Adler Barbour refrigeration
3 Cabin layout - forward, salon, and aft cabins, each with double berth.
16,000 BTU, reverse cycle.
Hanging lockers in forward and aft cabins
Navigation station with large, easily serviced electronics cabinet.
"L" shaped dinette with drop leaf table.
Large tableback dinnerware storage cabinet.
Dinette converts to double berth.
Entertainment center with stereo, TV, VCR
4 stereo speakers - two main salon, two cockpit.
Raymarine ST-60 depth, wind, speed/log, tridata, radar/chartplotter
Icom SSB and weatherfax
AC and DC electrical systems.
Master electrical panel has AC/DC breakers, volt and amp gauges, expandable for optional equipment.
3 maintenance free AGM batteries: 1 cranking, 2 house, with switching.
20 amp 3 bank automatic charger.
12 volt service throughout with multiple 12 volt outlets, 12 volt lighting.
Masthead anchor light.
Mid-mast steaming and deck light combination.
Engine room light.
Designer's Comments by Charley Morgan
I was delighted when the Hutchins family asked me to design a new yacht as the latest addition to Com-Pac Yacht's line"
The Com-Pac development and marketing team had few limitations beyond - It must be shoal draft, stable, sea kindly, and fast enough to give good results under PHRF rules.
We knew we couldn't go wrong relying on the tried and true Herreshoff practice of combining generous sailplan, moderate displacement, long waterline, generous beam, high ballast/displacement ratio and the redeeming benefits of shoal draft, made amazingly efficient using the famous Henry Scheel Keel configuration. The final result is the Com-Pac 35. We have presented a hull and keel combination that in conjunction with the sailplan will give the maximum performance possible without sacrificing the comfort and convenience you have come to expect from Com-Pac Yachts. A traditionally styled, shoal draft, cruising yacht? YES! A high tech, performance-oriented underbelly and sailplan, establishing if desired, a club-racing contender? YES!
The 12' beam allows for a voluminous interior. From the aft cabin with double berth to the forward cabin with a large sea-going V-berth, every inch of the Com-Pac 35 interior has been completely thought out with the cruising sailor in mind. The interior is complete, private, comfortable, and functional. An interesting adjunct to the livability of the Com-Pac 35 is the integrating of stereo, television, video player, and microwave oven as standard equipment.
The most exciting part of this project has been the design concept. While we have maintained all the principles that have made Com-Pac a success, such as, traditional styling, cruising comfort, quality construction, and competitive pricing, the new Com-Pac 35 will herald the beginning of a new concept for a Com-Pac Yacht. Scheel Keel, "Euro-style" transom, hardware selection, interior layout and overall appearance are but a few of the obvious items that attest to the Hutchins Company's desire to offer a no nonsense, premium quality yacht that embodies all the elements necessary in today's demanding marketplace.
I am proud to be a part of the Hutchins Company's continuing program of design and development.
The Com-Pac 35 was designed to be shoal-draft, stable, seakindly and fast. Performance is achieved by combining generous sail plan, moderate displacement, long waterline, generous beam, high ballast-displacement ratio and the redeeming benefits of the shoal-draft Scheel Keel. Beating to windward or running before the wind, full sail or reefed, the Com-Pac 35 is responsive and swift. This is a no-nonsense, premium quality yacht. The 12-foot beam allows for a voluminous interior. From the aft cabin with double berth to the forward cabin with a large, sea-going V-berth, every inch of the interior has been thought out with the cruising sailor in mind. The accommodations are logical and orderly, and of a styling that is neither space-age modern nor 19th century traditional, but is rather timeless and elegant. An interesting adjunct to the livability of the Com-Pac 35 is the integration of stereo, television, video player and microwave oven as standard equipment.
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.