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B1218

Sigma 35

Brief details

 

Builder

Built for Sigma Yachts, Hayling Island by Marine Projects, Plymouth

A fast cruiser-racer, the Sigma 35 is a very comfortable cruiser when you are not racing. They were never built in as great numbers as the Sigma 33s or 36s, but are worth looking out for as a more modern alternative offering really good performance.

LOA

35' 3"

Sail area

570 sq ft (100% foretriangle)

LWL

28' 6"

Rig

sloop

Beam

11' 3"

Cabins

3

Draught

5' 11"

Berths

6

Displacement

12,760 lbs

Engine

Volvo 2003 diesel

Ballast

4,600 lbs

BHP

28

Keel type

Fin keel with skeg-hung rudder

The Sigma 35 was designed in 1989/90 as a larger version of the very successful Sigma 33, but with a more comfortable interior. To that end the design was a collaboration between David Thomas, who drew the hull form and rig, and Bill Dixon, who designed the interior.

The Sigma 35 is fast, particularly to windward, and the interior is a nice compromise between pure cruising comfort and seagoing practicality, for example long straight settee berths with leecloths, and an L-shaped galley with good handholds.

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Below:

The straight saloon settees have leecloths

to make berths 6' 8" long. There are also leecloths in the aft cabin. Saloon headroom is 6' 1" by the galley and chart table, dropping forward to 5' 7" forward, and just over 5 ft in the forecabin.

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