Irish Boat Shop - Harbor Springs
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This Chris Craft Sail Yacht 35 is a sloop rigged, full keel, center cockpit sailing vessel. The Sail Yacht, later renamed the Caribbean 35 holds a number of distinctive "first" honors. She was the first fiberglass boat built by Chris Craft and believed to be the first designed by an outside firm. Sparkman and Stephens was chosen to design Chris Craft's first sailboat, even by todays standards her sail area is modest and her horsepower is abundant. She offers a center cockpit, aft cabin arrangement with a fixed windshield forward of the companionway. The Sail Yacht 35 is an opportunity to sail a piece of history, the first production fiberglass boat from a manufacturer who captured the imagination of boat lovers everywhere. 2009 Survey on file ranks her overall vessel rating as fair.
|Category||Cruisers, Antique and Classics|
|Location||Harbor Springs, MI|
There are complete accommodations on this boat for six people. The main cabin area sleeps four and aft cabin sleeps two persons. In the aft cabin there are two berths, each with 4" mattresses. There are drawers and ample storage space behind and below each bunk.
In the forward stateroom there are accommodations for four. Two can sleep in stacked berths in the main cabin port side, and two can sleep in the stacked berths forward on the starboard side. The interior of the boat was changed during the winter of 1972 from the original plan. Between the forward berths and the galley area is a large closet.
The main head is located just to port of the companionway wich includes a sink and built in shower. There is a secondary head between the berths in the aft cabin with a drop down sink. The toilets have been removed and flush water inlets capped.
The galley was also completely rebuilt in 1972 and is located on the starboard side of the forward cabin. From fore to aft is a stove, sink and ice box in that order. The stove is a three burner Princess design with an oven. The location of the galley makes it very accessible to the cockpit. The ice box has a 150 lb. capacity. The galley area has ample storage space for silverware and utensils. Hot and cold water is obtainable in both the head and galley.
|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.|