Someone posted this video on a thread I started over on the Trawler forum. Looks like a nice 35'.

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That’s the only kind of 35 there is, Chris ;)

I know right? I’ll own one some day....

Matt Cowles said:

That’s the only kind of 35 there is, Chris ;)

Does not seem to be in our registry.  I think the transom name is Speedy Lee III, another 35 found.  I wonder if this could be the 35 Mike Crikis, the first registrar, owned?  Just checked, his had a fly, two 35's missing in FL!


One thing I like about my boat is the ability to see forward from the cabin. On the 35, you can't. Is that ever an inconvenience?

Matt Cowles said:

That’s the only kind of 35 there is, Chris ;)

No problem  seeing forward  unlike  the  35 Roamer on it you  can't  see  the  bow.  Bow shot from  helm.

I have  had  the  occasional  suicidal  jet ski disappear  when  it crossed  the  bow.

Never been an issue for us, Jim. In fact, it helps keep the v-berth nice and dark, and one less place for leaks to develop.

There are truly only three things I’ve come across wishing they’d designed differently...a separate shower in the head, a transom door, and drainage for that front bench. The latter is the most baffling - why it doesn’t slant forward slightly is beyond me. One day I’ll add little drains. One day

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