1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit

£24,900
La Rochelle, France
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1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
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1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit
1975 Coronado 35 Centre Cockpit

General Specification

LOA :
10.57m  (34ft 8in)
Beam :
3.5m  (11ft 6in)
Draft min:
1.68m (5ft 6in)
Displacement :
6356kg
Keel :
Fin

Construction

  • GRP construction
  • Designed by William Tripp Jr.
  • Built by Coronado Yachts (USA)
  • LOA 10.57m (34ft 8in) plus bowsprit
  • Registered Tonnage 10.97
  • Gross Tonnage 11.98
  • Fibreglass polyester construction
  • White gelcoat finish
  • Moulded non-slip decks
  • Encapsulated cast iron fin keel
  • Skeg hung rudder
  • Centre cockpit with teak sole and fixed Plexiglas screen (repair required to starboard side)
  • Bowsprit platform with anchor roller
  • Chain locker
  • Large lazarette locker
  • Professional osmosis treatment 2007 (sandblasted and allowed to dry out, followed by application of Gelshield epoxy)
  • Last surveyed 2004 (copy available upon request)

Mechanical & Electrical

  • Volvo MD3B MS 36hp diesel inboard engine (hours 3500 approximately)
  • Shaft drive to three blade propeller
  • 200 litre stainless steel fuel tank
  • Wheel steering
  • Engine controls/instruments in cockpit
  • 2 x 12v 65Ah engine batteries (2001)
  • 1 x 12v 130Ah service battery (2001)
  • 1 x 12v 65Ah windlass battery (2004)
  • Engine alternator charging
  • Switch/fuse panel

Rigging & Sails

  • Ketch cutter rig
  • Sail area approximately 535 sqft
  • Alloy masts, each with single spreaders (main mast spreaders new 1999)
  • 2 x halyard winches on main mast
  • 4 x sheet winches in cockpit (3 x Lewmar 30, 1 x similar)
  • 1 x 19 standing rigging (new 1999)
  • Roller reefing and slab reefing main boom
  • Furling outer forestay on bowsprit
  • Mainsail
  • Mizzen
  • Inner Genoa #1
  • 2 x jibs
  • Storm jib
  • All above sails by Gowex, original (1975) but in good serviceable condition
  • Outer furling Genoa with blue UV strip (2001)

Accommodation

  • 6 berths in 3 cabins
  • Forward cabin with double V berth (with infill)
  • Saloon with table to starboard
  • Chart table to port, with pilot berth above
  • Linear galley to starboard between saloon and aft cabin, with 376 Corbero gas stove (4 burners and oven), top opening Isotherm Danfoss 12v fridge, sink with pressurised H&C supply and separate pressurised filtered water supply, work surface and storage lockers
  • Heads compartment to port, with toilet (new 1998 approximately, no holding tank), handbasin, shower and pressurised H&C supply
  • Aft cabin with double berth
  • 200 litre solid freshwater tank
  • Valliant gas water heater installed in heads (not currently working)
  • Full standing headroom in all three cabins
  • Six (three either side) fixed Plexiglas deadlights in topsides
  • Two opening hatches
  • Original gelcoat finish with wood trim/panelling throughout
  • Upholstered berth cushion
  • Curtains and carpets (where fitted)
  • Sony CDX-C5000R FM radio/CD player

Equipment

Navigation Equipment

  • Sestrel binnacle compass
  • Icom IC-M56 VHF
  • MLR Valsat 02L GPS
  • Raytheon 1603 radar
  • Navico Corus log with cockpit repeater
  • Seafarer 3 depth sounder in cabin
  • Seafarer Voyager depth sounder in cockpit
  • Navico Corus wind speed/direction
  • Navico Corus autopilot
  • Furuno D Fax weather receiver
  • Navico Corus rudder angle indicator
  • Deck level and masthead navigation lights

Safety Equipment

  • Pushpit, pulpit, stanchions and double guardwires
  • Stainless steel boarding ladder (at stern)
  • 2 x manual bilge pumps
  • 1 x electric bilge pump
  • Flares (not guaranteed in date)
  • 2 x fire extinguishers (not guaranteed in date)

Deck Equipment

  • Electric windlass
  • 2 x anchors
  • Mooring warps
  • Sprayhood
  • Inflatable tender (1998)

Remarks:

The Coronado 35 is great family cruiser/motor sailer with a very spacious interior, including aft cabin, and a safe centre cockpit and versatile ketch rig (both great for short handed and family sailing). This example was purchased by the current owner in 2009 and is now for sale due to other commitments (the owner is a building a catamaran!). Currently lying ashore. Photos provided by owner and date from 2008/9 approximately. New up-to-date photos available soon.

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